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Caergybi
1 a 2 Adeiladau'r Farchnad, Stryd Stanley,
Caergybi, Ynys Môn, LL65 1HH

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Estate & Letting in Holyhead (Caergybi)

Williams & Goodwin are estate agents in Holyhead (Caergybi), specialists in residential sales, lettings and commercial property, covering the county of Isle of Anglesey, North Wales.

Our home at Holyhead is located at the end of Stanley Street in the Market buildings, a prime site with limited parking directly outside our detached office building. It is set just in front of the old Market Hall which is now the Holyhead Town Library, which has been recently refurbished offering an agency for the Principality Building Society. The office is well located at the end of the pedestrianised zone and is highly visible to see to get your properties noticed.

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Melfyn Williams

Melfyn Williams

Jamie McInerney

Jamie McInerney

Julie Owen

Julie Owen

Matthew Griffin

Matthew Griffin

Cyfeiriad:

1 a 2 Adeiladau'r Farchnad, Stryd Stanley, Caergybi, Ynys Môn, LL65 1HH

Ffôn:

01407 760 500

E-bost:

holyhead@tppuk.com

Oriau Agor:

Llun - Gwen: 9am - 5:30pm
Sadwrn: 9am - 4pm
Sul: Ar Gau

Caergybi: Lleoliad a Hanes

Mae Caergybi tua 19 milltir i'r gogledd-orllewin o Bont Britannia, ar ddiwedd ffordd ddeuol yr A55. Mae'n debyg mai hon yw tref fwyaf Ynys Môn ac mae yma orsaf ar gyfer y brif reilffordd i Lundain a'r gwasanaeth llongau fferi i Iwerddon.

Mae'n lle prysur a llawn bwrlwm, gyda chymeriad unigryw. Roedd y mynydd bychan i'r gorllewin o Gaegybi yn safle bryngaer hanesyddol. Sant o'r chweched ganrif oedd Cybi yn yr enw 'Caergybi'. Mae'r dref yng nghornel gogledd-ddwyrain Ynys Cybi, ac mae ein cartref ni yn y dref ar ddiwedd Stryd y Farchnad/Stryd Stanley, gyda nifer fach o fannau parcio yn syth y tu allan.

Things to see and do
Shops and amenities
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As the largest town in Anglesey, Holyhead has plenty to see and do – with a lively town centre, sporting leisure facilities, shops, pubs and much more.

With excellent coastal spots to explore, Holyhead offers great days out alone or with the family. You can visit the craggy South Stack Lighthouse with its picturesque cliffs and famous walkway, or spend you day in the expanses of the Penrhos National Park with its attractive beaches, or visit the protected RSBP wildlife reserve.

If you’re looking to travel further afield, Stena Line also runs a major ferry service from Holyhead, giving you a base to travel around Britain, Ireland and Holland. The main railway line to London starts at Holyhead.

As the largest town in Anglesey, there are plenty of supermarkets and shops in Holyhead – from Tesco, Morrisons and Asda, to Argos, to small independent shops dotted around the town. There are plenty of places to eat, from the sumptuous Catch 22 restaurant at nearby Valley and the Café to the classic Harbourfront Bistro.

Holyhead has a sports leisure centre, golf club and dedicated fitness centre, as well as the Holyhead Sailing Club for those who want to explore the coast.

There is also a local hospital and several doctors’ surgeries in Holyhead.

Holyhead is located on Holy Island to the West of the Isle of Anglesey, with its own Port with Irish Ferries and Stena Line, and also the main station from Holyhead to London Railway Line. The A55 Expressway and the old A5 Trunk Road to London starts at Holyhead and travels across the Island toward the mainland and beyond.

A small airport is located at Valley (limited flights)

Local people speak both Welsh and English and readily slip from one to the other.  Our Holyhead home has a great team of people – ready willing and able to help you move from this location we tend to cover the West side of the island including Trearddur Bay and Valley and surrounding villages.

Holyhead is also a hub of sea travel, offering ferry journeys across the Irish Sea which can reach Dublin in just under 2 hours. It is a great place to live if you’re interested in travel, and especially if you’re keen to visit friends and relatives in the destinations served by the Stena Line ferrys.

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