The beautiful parish church of St. Cybi in Holyhead is one of the jewels in Anglesey's crown. This ancient place of worship is a treasure house of stained glass, carved wood and the stone masons art.http://www.stcybi.co.uk/
Well worth a visit and only a short drive from The Beach Hut Holyhead. Spectacular sights out over the Irish Sea, a RSPB reserve and café with gift shop and opportunity to walk along the cliffs, cross the bridge and tour the lighthouse.https://southstack.co.uk/
Situated at picturesque Newry Beach, the museum is a fascinating family experience. Take a step back in time at the oldest lifeboat station in Wales.
Learn about shipwrecks, gallant rescues and pirates. Find out what it was like to sail on the Irish Sea 100 years ago. Visit our WW2 Air Raid Shelter and marvel at our collection of WW1 and WW2 memorabilia. You can even test out our authentic Air Raid Siren!
Holyhead Breakwater at 1.7 miles is the longest in Europe and second longest in the world. It is well worth a walk along part or the whole length on the breakwater to see views of the rocky Anglesey coast, Holyhead port, the marine and town.http://www.anglesey-today.com/holyhead-breakwater.html
We love the five star hospitality, friendlyness, food, service and price was excellent. We have to say this place really cheered us up after the chaos on M6 and we really wish the owners our very best wishes and thanks.
We live on Anglesey but don't often go for lunch in Holyhead because the choice of establishments is a bit limited, but today we found the Beach Hut. What can I say, we will be back. The food was lovely, all freshly prepared and delicious using quality produce, the owners and staff were very warm and welcoming and nothing too much trouble.