At Tre-Ysgawen Hall we pride ourselves on providing a great customer experience every time. Find out below what others have said about their stay with us.
Trip Advisor Centre of excellence
Tre-Ysgawen Hall has recently been awarded a centre of excellence certificate by Trip Advisor for 2013. We are exceptionally proud of this achievement as it represents the level of quality at the Hall and experience delivered virtually everytime for all of our guests. We hope to continue this level of success and as always if you have any feedback or questuions please get in touch.
You can read all of our reviews on Trip Advisor
Alice Beer unwound on a visit to Anglesey - Daily Mail
'"Tre-Ysgawen Hall is for unwinding and not thinking about anything much, so many luxury Spa hotels are so eager to please that the staff make you feel stressed, but here we enjoyed good service without panic, fuss or pressure. The food was delicious with local fish, beautiful organic meat and herbs from the garden dominant on the Menu".
Holyhead and Anglesy Mail - Stockport Express
"Hotel is one of the best in the country".
An Anglesey hotel has won a coveted award for its service and business excellence.
"Tre-Ysgawen Hall, at Capel Coch near Llangefni is only the second hotel in Wales to achieve the Hospitality Assured accreditation and is one of just 36 in the whole of the UK including some of London's finest, the Ritz amongst them".
Island hotel links up with outdoor pursuits operator - Holyhead & Anglesey Mail
'"Adventure tourists are to be attracted to Anglesey in a link up between an Island hotel and outdoor pursuits operator. There is a huge demand for adventure breaks and with the hotel based so near to Snowdonia and the watersports of Anglesey they are well-placed to take advantage of this".
Bill Johnson finds a room with star quality across the Menai Strait - Blackpool Gazette
'Tre-Ysgawen Hall has had its share of celebrity visitors over the years, attracted by its elegant charm, excellent cuisine, personal service and secluded, tranquil location. They include the Princess of Italy, Welsh opera star Bryn Terfel, Colin Jackson and Welsh football manager John Toshack. Demi Moore was also a frequent visitor during the filming of the movie ‘Halflight’, much of which was filmed on the Island'.
Peter Richardson’s mini tour of Britain sees his final lap in Anglesey - Lancashire Evening Post
'In terms of sheer luxury we have saved the best till last. In its landscaped gardens, award-winning Tre-Ysgawen has got to be the definition of tranquil. Frankly if you can’t unwind at Tre-Ysgawen Hall you’re a lost cause'.
Richard Bramwell enjoyed a weekend of blissful indulgence - North Staffordshire Magazine
"The hotel and gardens were beautiful, the food and drink exquisite, attention to detail second to none and the Spa a stress busting joy".
Kerry Spencer finds the ultimate secluded Break - YQ Northwest Magazine
"Grandeur is the key to the success of Tre-Ysgawen Hall, the Grandfather clock on the landing, the endless antiques and original features. The food was another highlight of our stay. If the ultimate secluded break is what you're looking for, you've just found it".
Ken Bennett 'chilled out' in Anglesey - The Westmorland Gazette
"Turn up the wooded drive to the oasis of calm that is Tre-Ysgawen Hall and you instantly feel the tension easing. The hotel & spa are popular with business and leisure travellers alike. Many guests travel from London to chill in Anglesey and enjoy the ambience of Tre-Ysgawen.
It's easy to understand why".
Patrick O'Neill - Cheshire Life
"Tre-Ysgawen: tres-bon. There's no more to be said"
"Margaret and I have dined in the finest hotels in Cheshire and North Wales but Dinner at Tre-Ysgawen was in a class of its own: it has raised the Tre-Ysgawen experience a couple of notches into the very pinnacle of fine dining in the Principality".
Virginia Mason relaxed on her visit to North Wales - Aspire Magazine
"This was our first trip to North Wales - to the island itself - and Tre-Ysgawen has now set the bar high for any future visits to this part of the world. Or indeed to any other".
Deanna Delamotta's great island escape - Manchester Evening News - December 2008
"At Tre-Ysgawen Hall you have little choice but to switch off. Initially you'll keep willing your phone to produce a signal, but then you start to relax and relish an age before mobiles".