Finding an ideal family-friendly hotel in Valley does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Anchorage Hotel, a nice option for travellers like you.
Given the close proximity to St. Michael's Church (1.3 mi), guests of Anchorage Hotel can easily experience one of Valley's most popular landmarks.
Anchorage Hotel offers guests an array of room amenities including a flat screen TV, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available.
The hotel offers room service, to make your visit even more pleasant. The property also features an on-site restaurant. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
While in Valley be sure to experience local crab favourites at Catch 22 Brasserie.
Anchorage Hotel looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Valley.
Food only , excellent VFM , beef & pork Sunday lunches with all the trimmings , just what the doctor ordered . There is a light at the end of this “Covid madness” Normality is within touching distance , we loved the food - empty plates all round. Same again next Sunday .
We enjoyed a lovely stay here in August, where the staff were happy to alter our booking (we added a night on at the last minute!), giving us a chance to enjoy even more of the beautiful surrounding area.
We had a great weekend at a good hotel. The room was clean and had a great view across the strait between Anglesey and Holy Island. This meant the room had pub noise until it closed at 11pm. The staff were super friendly. The hotel is near to the many beaches and reserves on Anglesey, a truly beautiful part of the world. Being used to the English rules, wearing masks indoors and screens between tables in the restaurant, it didn't feel as covid secure as other places we have eaten.
Mid corona outbreak myself and my partner Tom decided it was time to move back to Ireland for the medium term from London as he faced the threat of redundancy and me as a self employed stage manage manager had seen my industry shut down in under 12 hours and put on hold indefinitely (while depleting my savings). After a terror of a day with trains trying to get to our booked ferry at 3pm (which we missed) we decided to book into a hotel for the night. thankfully I had a hotels.com reward night so that brought the Brice down to 64 pound. —- It’s a lovely small family hotel We loved it! The lady who checked us in that afternoon was cheerie and it was her first day back having been off for a few months we felt very safe and welcome(I was initially very reluctant on checking in together being a young gay couple in countryside hotel with a room with a double bed-I couldn’t have been more wrong) The room was spotless and it felt like a little holiday home. Water pressure was fantastic but setting the temperature took a bit of figuring out. The beds were some of the best we’ve had in a hotel. I am very picky and very much a clean freak when it comes to hotels. I was very pleasantly surprised. We made the most of our delayed departure of 24 hours. We went to the beach just a short walk from the hotel that evening and again the next morning —- The next morning we were checking out and asked bout left luggage the gentleman on the desk said the room wasn’t being used that evening so we could leave it there as long as we needed and drop the key back. It was so kind —- Due to corona we didn’t get to see much of the premises but the room was lovely and staff were exceptionally welcoming. We will be back and hope to see the lady who checked us in on our next visit. It was a memorable stay!…
Three adults two children, main and drink each £69!!! Preposterous. Outside seating so changed order to takeaway as it had turned cold and the children were freezing. Hotel staff very helpful and friendly. Food was ok, no more. Main quibble is the £15:00 for an average main in a polystyrene box. And they ommitted the veg! Average local families wont be able to afford this.