Anglesey has been famous for many centuries for being the fertile "breadbasket" of Wales, and over the generations old farmhouses have been replaced by later fashions.
A few of today's buildings still contain original features from more substantial houses dating from the 1400s.
Caernarfon is an ideal location for visiting not only the Royal Town, but also the many attractions of North West Wales.
We are just seven miles from the spectacular town of Llanberis at the foot of Mount Snowdon, the highest mountain in Wales and England.
Other Guests not so energetic will often take their morning tea in the award winning Crescent Gardens that is 20 metres from the hotel front door.
Dating back to 1663, The Marquess of Anglesey building was part destroyed during World War II, but thankfully rebuilt to its former glory – although shrapnel damage to the pub is still visible from the outside.
The hotel has unparallel views of the Solent and the Isle of Wight as well as Portsmouth, Gun Wharf Quays and the Spinnaker Tower.
This was a storeyed house with a large inglenook fireplace and a gabled end chimney with a spiral stair in the gable end next to the fireplace.Our rates include bed and breakfast and complimentary WIFI.Many of our guests enjoy walking on the sea shore at Stokes Bay (5 mins walk) taking in the fresh sea air and watching the very busy waterway, that is the home training ground for many internationally famous yachts people, also taking refreshment at the fine beachside cafés.Upstairs there was a corbelled chimney in the other gable.Many hall houses were converted into storeyed buildings by inserting a chimney centrally or in a gable end. [see 2 & 3] Many hall houses were converted into two storeyed buildings by inserting a Fireplace centrally, in a side wall or gable end.We can recommend both the Vale Ale Trail and the Garlic Trail, but remember to pack some mints and headache tablets for the appropriate occasions.