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A regular at this place and usually a good experience. However this time was a disappointment with the food. The pie was a little hard and the chips served were made up mainly of scraps hard and obviously re heated. Another portion was brought to...More
Staying very close to Trearddur Bay, we decided to go out for a meal to end a relaxing and pleasant day at the beach.
Our first choice restaurant had sea views, but was completely full, and so we tried the Inn at the Bay. We...More
We were here to watch the rugby and the place was busy with a good atmosphere. The staff were all polite and the service was very good. We stayed for dinner and the food was reasonably good. I liked the beer and the place itself...More
Visited the Inn at the Bay tonight and as a vegan I needed some help negotiating the menu as nothing was easily accessible even though the vegetarian options were good. What an effort the staff made to help and accommodate me and my needs. Ended...More
The staff are great and make this place because compared to other eateries within a five minute radius of here the food was rather uninspiring and the Inn is dark and old fashioned. It was clean and the drink selection was ok but it left...More
This is a Must See Place . Beautiful Views and Terrific Sun Rise and Setting . If Your Reasonably Fit its Great , otherwise just take in the View from the Top . Loads of Seabirds to See and if Your Lucky , Seals and...More
Lovely Inn at the Bay is attached to the Trearddur Bay Hotel.They offer a varied menu and it is a good choice for decent food at reasonable prices. Staff are lovely, good service even when busy. Well worth a visit.
We have stayed at the hotel on many occasions, always shying away from the white table cloths of the formal dinning. We were wrong, great food, a little on the expensive side. They would fill it if they shaved a few quid of the bill...More