The Trecastell Hotel
Perfect location for holidays in the Bull Bay area
Found on the northern coast of the island, close to Amlwch and Bull Bay - lies the Trecastell Hotel, a classic 20's seaside hotel, with stunning sea views. The Trecastell Hotel is a family-run establishment that offers guests excellent hospitality in elegant surroundings. Well known for its relaxing and friendly atmosphere, this is the ideal hotel for a peaceful holiday, a quiet break away or somewhere to relax after a day sailing or diving.
We are one of the most popular hotels in Amlwch, due to the wonderful sea views, we also cater to golfers and walkers as well as those who appreciate the high standard of service we offer, and we are also a pet friendly establishment.
Ideal for Walking, golfing and Water sports Holidays
We are ideally situated in Bull Bay for golfing holidays, walking, sailing, diving, dining or just relaxing. Perfectly located to enjoy the popular coastal path walk Whatever break you decide on your enjoyment is our priority. We can help with advice for you on all the best places to go and who to speak to ensure your break is as good as it can be. We are al happy to cater for golf parties and can offer a package specifically designed around the groups plans.
We have twelve guest rooms, singles, doubles, twins, executive rooms and family rooms (cot on request) - all with Freeview TV, radio alarm and hospitality tray. Some rooms have sea views that provide a rustic and relaxing haven away from the hustle and bustle of 21st century life!
The combination of sea and welsh air ensures a keen appetite and dining at the Trecastell is one of the experiences that make a stay here such a memorable occasion. Dine in comfort whilst your meal is served in the conservatory, bar or restaurant with panoramic views of the Bull Bay coastline.
Food Serving Times
We use fresh local produce and food is served daily at the following times
Monday to Saturday
12 midday - 9:00pm
12 midday - 8:00pm (Sunday Carvery 12 midday - 4:00pm
With special thanks
"This project has received funding through Rural Development Plan for Wales 2007-2013 which is funded by the Welsh Assembly Government and the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development�.