Arlanfor Bed and Breakfast Moelfre
Arlanfor Bed & Breakfast
Arlanfor means By the Sea in Welsh and here at Arlanfor you really can't get any closer without getting wet!! We are literally situated right by the sea, so when we say your room has a sea view we don't mean as a far away glimpse on the horizon but a view that takes your breath away.
When you manage to drag yourself away from the view you'll find the rest of the bedroom is the perfect place to unwind and relax. Our spacious bedrooms have fresh cotton sheets and down or microfibre duvets and pillows. There is a wide selection of hot drinks, Welsh water, fresh fruit and a variety of magazines. Each room is also equipped with a flat screen television, DVD player, an IPOD dock and free Wi-Fi.
The en-suite bathroom has a shower and a bath, complimentary Eco Fresh luxury toiletries, soft towels and hair dryer. Some rooms have a spa bath for a truly indulgent and relaxing experience.
Waking up in the morning and pulling back the curtains, you can sit and marvel again at the view. When you feel that it is time for breakfast then ours should do the trick.
Breakfast is served in the guest dining room or on the deck. A Welsh continental selection is provided for you to help yourself from and includes fresh and tinned fruit, Welsh yogurts, artisan breads, croissants and cereals and of course fresh coffee, tea and juice. We aim to use as much Anglesey produce as possible, showcasing the variety of food producers we have on Anglesey. An excellent way to start the day.
The beautiful Isle of Anglesey hugs the coast of North Wales and boasts over 100 miles of spectacular coastline within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Variety is its special attraction, all of which is easily accessible from wherever you choose to stay. Anglesey is steeped in a rich archaeological and historical heritage. It is unparalleled in its diversity of wildlife habitats from the great sea cliffs, estuaries, lagoons and dunes on the coast to the lakes, wetlands, heaths and richly mosaic farmland of the interior. Favourite attractions are its beaches, from the unspoilt and extensive sands at Lligwy Bay to the busier seafront at Benllech or the quiet and picturesque Cemaes Bay.
Moelfre looks like every child's idea of a seaside village - beach, fine views of Snowdonia, a working lifeboat and tales of piracy and disaster at sea. The village also provides an excellent vantage point to view both ocean going and coastal vessels sailing to and from the Mersey.