Wales Tourist Board Four Star Farm Accommodation

Tal y Foel is the home of Lewis and Judy Hutchings, and is on the shore of the Menai Straits (see the map to get your bearings). It is small and friendly, and in a peaceful rural location with spectacular views across the Straits to Caernarfon Castle and the mountains of Snowdonia. It is ideal for birdwatching, walking and fishing. We are near Newborough Forest and the beaches and tourist attractions of South Anglesey.

We offer bed and breakfast accommodation in two en-suite rooms, one double/twin room with a double and single bed and one double room with additional bunk beds. Both rooms have an en-suite washbasin, bath, shower and toilet (all with whirlpool baths). Both can take an additional bed or cot.

Next door the Anglesey Riding Centre offers individually designed riding holidays for adults or family members.


There are tea and coffee making facilities, radios, TVs, hairdryers and supplementary heating in both rooms. Guests are encouraged to make use of the house, including the conservatory (which has a TV and games cupboard). Other facilities include a high chair, iron and telephone callbox. Musicians can make use of the piano and organ in our private lounge.

There is a choice of reasonably-priced evening meals in nearby restaurants, or you can bring your own food and drink back to consume on the seashore, in the conservatory, or in the garden at Tal-y-Foel.


2019 Prices: £ 85 per night (two people sharing). Children sharing with two parents: £15 Under-threes free. Single person supplement £25 per night out of season or full room price in holidays. Minimum 2 nights stay. Payment by cash or cheque only.