Wednesday, 28 February 2007


Summer 2006 saw us in Anglesey, North Wales, enjoying the beautiful countryside and the many delightful walks and cycleways.

Again, we booked via the internet and, as Anglesey is quite small, we were not too bothered where we stayed. In the end, we chose Penrhos Bach - and what a good choice it turned out to be!

Penrhos Bach is in Brynteg, a village about 10 minutes drive from Benllech. It is run by Angela and Barry Stephens and is set back from the road in its own beautiful grounds, with plenty of secure off-road parking.

Angela and Barry are a delightful couple and nothing is too much trouble for them. Their dogs are also gorgeous!

Breakfast is a sumptuous affair and Angela's home-made bread is to die for!

Nearby is the Hotel California (No, not that one!) which serves excellent lunches and evening meals in friendly surroundings. For evening meals, I would also recommend The Talent House, 2 Bryn-Y-Don, Benllech, Anglesey (Tel:01248 853889) which is a first-class Chinese Restaurant.

Further details of Penrhos Bach can be found here .


ArcticFox said...

erm, would it be really rude of me to ask why there is a razzy waterfall picture floating about at the top of the page??? looks all out of whack..... but you've got an interesting blog there!!

Peter Lowood said...

Wow, nice place. I've lived in Australia all my life but have heritage in Wales since my grandfather and his ancestors are from there. Therefore I'd love to visit the UK some day and spend some time in Wales. B&B's like this will definitely be a top priority to stay at. I'm sure the hospitality is super :-)

Wiss House said...

Looks like a beautiful, cosy place. I'm yet to visit the UK but am greatly looking forward to staying in some Bed & Breakfast places like this and enjoying the hospitality.