Located on the Isle of Anglesey, Trearddur Bay is a popular seaside town known for its warm and friendly hospitality. The area has a range of accommodations to suit different preferences and budgets, including hotels, guesthouses, bed and breakfasts, self-catering cottages, and holiday parks. Many of these establishments offer stunning views of the bay and easy access to the beach.
Restaurants, cafes, and pubs in Trearddur Bay provide a variety of dining options, often featuring locally sourced ingredients and traditional Welsh cuisine. Seafood is prevalent due to the town's coastal location. Visitors can expect fresh fish and shellfish dishes on the menus, along with other British and international fares.
Here are a few of the many places to dine in whilst in the area.
The Seacroft: This restaurant offers a relaxed atmosphere and serves various dishes made from locally sourced ingredients. They have a diverse menu featuring seafood, grilled meats, vegetarian options, and more. The Seacroft is known for its excellent food and panoramic views of Trearddur Bay. In addition, has a bar area where you can enjoy wine, cocktails or local beer.
Oceans Edge: Situated near the beach, Oceans Edge has recently undergone a total refurbishment as well as an extension and now offers al fresco dining in its spacious patio area as well as indoor dining. The talented team of chefs offer an extensive menu ranging from small tapas-style plates to steaks and burgers and cater to any dietary requirements.
Sea Shanty Café: Located right on the beachfront, Sea Shanty Café is a delightful spot to enjoy a meal with beautiful views of the bay. They serve a range of dishes including breakfast, light lunches, and homemade cakes. Their menu also includes vegetarian and gluten-free options.
The Driftwood: This family-run restaurant specialises in Mediterranean cuisine with a Welsh twist. The Driftwood offers a warm and friendly atmosphere along with a menu featuring fresh seafood, grilled meats, and vegetarian options. They also have a good selection of wines to complement the meals.
Read our full Trearddur Bay Area Guide here