Covid-19 and Hotel Information

Please note that the hotel is open but with limited rooms and facilities. The kitchen is currently closed so unfortunately we cannot provide breakfast or dinner at present. Please call 07742 618 763 to book directly and for further information.

Ferry Port and Airport

As a rural island, Anglesey is fortunate to be served by many transport links.  Together with the A55 Expressway, which was extended across the Island in 2001,the mainline railway and ferry port,  the recently opened Cardiff-Anglesey air link has given the Island the much needed access from the South of the country.

Anglesey Airport

Anglesey Airport

Cymyran Hotel is just a 2 minute drive from Anglesey Airport.

Opened in May 2007, Anglesey Airport/Maes Awyr Môn is located at RAF Valley, less than two miles from the A55 expressway. The Airport provides a gateway for both business and leisure travellers to North West Wales, and offers an alternative to the long journeys by road and rail from Cardiff and the surrounding area.

Eastern Airways operate the route for flybe, with direct flights twice daily on weekdays linking Cardiff with Anglesey and connecting onwards on the flybe network.

For further details or to book your flight, please refer to on the following link:


Holyhead Ferry Port

Holyhead Ferry Port

Cymyran Hotel is just a few miles away from Holyhead Port.

Holyhead is the historic gateway between the UK and Ireland – Dublin being only 58 miles away. Shielded from the Irish Sea by the historic breakwater, the port of Holyhead is a 24 hour, deepwater, lock-free port. 

Road links via the A55 expressway from the port entrance give easy access to the UK motorway network and, within the port complex the railway station offers direct connection to the UK rail network.  Car hire is also available.

Both Stena Line and Irish Ferries operate out of the port and, more recently, the port has begun accommodating cruise ships – Holyhead is ideally placed for the whole of the Irish Sea Cruise market.