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The Valley Anglesey
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Reviewed May 6, 2012

We were welcomed at reception by a lovely girl who couldn't be more helpful which was appreciated after a long drive. We chose to stay here as we had an early ferry to catch the following morning. The hotel is quiet old but the rooms are clean and comfortable. After getting settled in our room we decided to go to the bar for a drink which was reasonably priced. Once we found a table we noticed that we were been watched constantly by the locals which was quiet uncomfortable so we decided to leave and return to our room. We weren't long in bed when the noise levels increased downstairs with shouting, screaming and loud music. We are a young couple who enjoy a sociable drink so we are not unfamiliar with the pub scene but this was beyond sociable as the noise level continued well on in to the night and early morning after the bar had closed. There were older guests staying that night also who I pitied as they probably thought there was a war going on outside. However the hotel itself and its staff are very welcoming and the breakfast was lovely but if we were told in advance that the the clientele who frequent this premises are not as welcoming to tourists we would not have stayed here.

Room Tip: Room by the traffic lights is one to avoid
  • Stayed: May 2012, traveled as a couple
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2  Thank Bobby H
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Reviewed April 8, 2012

The room wasn't massive but we was big enough but it was an en-suite family room and had everything we needed. It was clean had a good shower and comfortable beds too. The staff couldn't do enough for you and made you feel very very welcome indeed, the pub had guest ales and ok prices and once again was very friendly. The highlight had to be (although the breakfast was very good too!) the evening meals that were around £7.50ish, they were so incredibly tasty it was untrue!! We had the lamb cutlets, the steak and ale pie and the fish and chips and all were fabulous. The only slight downside I can even think of was that in the Friday night they had a disco and there were a lot of buffoons shouting outside the window until they filtered off to there taxis and homes but that wasn’t The Valley's fault, just try and stay at the front of the pub side. All in all give The Valley top marks!

Room Tip: Stay near front car park side.
  • Stayed: April 2012, traveled with family
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1  Thank Dom B
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Reviewed March 27, 2012

You'll get a friendly welcome at this hotel just a few miles out of Holyhead on the old A5. There are en-suite rooms but the best bit is the food. Most of it home cooked and at very resonable prices.
The location is very good if you are catching a ferry at Holyhead. If you are not staying overnight perhaps just a meal stop. Food is served from midday through to about 9pm.

Room Tip: Ask for a room overlooking the beer garden if you like quiet. The hotel is on a crossroads so a room at the front can get a bit of traffic noise, however Valley has been bypassed so all the heavy stuff going to Holyhead does not use this road.
  • Stayed: March 2012, traveled on business
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1  Thank Bobbledog
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Reviewed February 14, 2012

Been before a few years ago only ever trying the food not actally staying overnight.Visited last night to eat ,everything was fine apart from wifes steak and ale pie being cold in the middle.First time we have ever had a problem.A nice relaxing atmosphere ,friendly staff and good food.Will visit again on our next holiday to Anglesey.

  • Stayed: February 2012, traveled with family
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Thank Alan K
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Reviewed December 26, 2011

A group of us joined other party goers for a Christmas Night Out. Lovely food excellent service and a good night was had by all.
Have also had the Sunday carvery a few times too and the food is always plentiful and tasty. Good value for money.

  • Stayed: December 2011, traveled with friends
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Thank alysbach
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