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All reviewssnooker hallspa bathdriftwood restaurantthe pubsmoking arearooms are spaciousan eyesoreadjacent buildingexcellent value for moneyiron and ironing boardgood sized bathroomquiz nightground floorminute walk to the beachlittle gemgolf clubtea and coffee
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Reviewed 25 June 2017 via mobile

Stayed here for one night with my daughter whilst spending a weekend in Anglesey. Driving up to the motel was a bit of a disappointment as there is a dilapidated building right next door, however we couldn't fault the room as it was spotlessly clean and modern. The spa bath was a surprise and the bathroom was immaculate. Had an excellent night's sleep in the comfy bed and our only disappointment was the quality of the breakfast which was a little poor.

Stayed: June 2017, travelled with family
1  Thank LynnieBa
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Reviewed 20 June 2017

As other reviewers have said - try to look past the outside appearance because the location is perfect for exploring Trearddur Bay and the surrounding areas. The staff are super helpful and friendly. The car park is a great added bonus. The rooms are comfortable, spotlessly clean and well equipped.

The only reason I have knocked off one star is because I would recommend that if you are a light sleeper you take ear plugs and an eye mask because the outside stairs to the motel are rather noisy during the night when people make their way up and down and although the rooms are fitted with blackout blinds AND curtains the sunrise still seeps in.

Having said that... without a doubt we would stay here again the next time we visit this area.

  • Stayed: June 2017, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank anti_apple
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Reviewed 8 June 2017 via mobile

It really is an unpromising approach: down a side street, across two rather bleak, gravel car parks and placed between the drab Anglican church hall and the exceedingly modest Beach Golf Club port-a-cabin, but worst of all, beside the burnt out snooker hall. The reception, bar and restaurant are in the main building. The 15 guest rooms (with no view) are in an adjacent block on 3 floors with access using an outside metal fire escape style stair.

However, persist. The rooms are fine, are spotlessly clean and are a good size. They have comfortable beds, jacuzzi baths, tea/coffee facilities, iron & board but no fridge. There is good wifi in both guest rooms and public areas, although the latter are rather tired looking. The dinner menu is adequately extensive, reasonably priced and of satisfactory quality. Breakfast is extra, fairly standard and the cooked breakfast is substantial.

Undoubtedly it is better than it appears at first glance.

Stayed: June 2017, travelled solo
1  Thank RdeS_12
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Reviewed 1 May 2017 via mobile

We stayed here for 1 night last minute as visiting family near by. For the £60pn it delivered what we needed and that was a bed for the night.
Rooms were spacious and clean, beds small and sound transfer was an issue for us in room 104.
The rooms are a chalet style and open onto the main metal staircase which as you can imagine is noisy when in use, the rooms look over the main entrance to the bar/restaurant and the smoking area is located just underneath so not the place for a tranquil stay.
Parking was free and plenty full and there's a 9 hole golf course next door. Location wise it's great short walk to the local shops and pubs:/restaurants and the beach.

All in all if your looking for a bed for a night and are not fussed about nice views and a peaceful sleep then it delivers at a good price.

Stayed: May 2017, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 27 April 2017

Yes the previous reviews are right...outside the adjacent building looks awful, but inside it's excellent. Room was spacious comfortable and clean and had the benefit of a spa bath. The driftwood restaurant serves good quality pub food. The motel is in the perfect location if you are walking the coastal path. Friendly and helful staff. There are plenty of alternative places to eat in Trearrdur Bay. Cheaper if you book direct with the hotel .

  • Stayed: April 2017, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank mj1303
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