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Regent House

(Ref. 1012304)

Amlwch, Anglesey Show on map

4.1

Sykes rating

  • 19 Guests

  • 8 Bedrooms

  • 3 Bathrooms

  • Pets Yes

Features

  • Off road parking
  • Ground floor accommodation
  • Ground floor bedroom
  • Garden / Patio
  • Cot available
  • Pub/shop < 1 mile
  • Washing machine
  • Dishwasher
  • Seaside
  • Broadband / WiFi

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19 Customer Reviews

  • ""My stay at Regent House in Angelsea exceeded expectations."

    The cozy and impeccably clean accommodations, coupled with the attentive and responsive staff, made for a truly enjoyable experience. Any issues were promptly addressed, ensuring a hassle-free stay. Moreover, the house is situated in a very nice area, adding a touch of serenity and charm to the overall ambiance. A perfect blend of comfort, cleanliness, and a picturesque location – highly recommended!

    Reviewed by Ushi5.0Dec 2023

  • "Very good place for a family gathering."

    Nice location in the middle of the area.

    Reviewed by Arunkumar5.0Oct 2023

  • "On my journey to Anglesey I had car issues and pulled into a service station where I rang the owner called Paul to let him know what was going on."

    He was so concerned he offered to come from Manchester to take me and my son and daughter to the property if needed. What an amazing offer. Thankfully I managed to drive but really appreciated such a kind offer. On arrival we had a welcome pack which was a nice touch. The accommodation was as described and we had a wonderful time. We had some slight problems but Ronnie had them sorted within the same day. One being a few nails from the carpet grippers sticking through the odd place on the stairs and he sorted them. All in all we had a fantastic time for the week we had, and have already booked again for next year. Would highly recommend.

    Reviewed by Ann-marie5.0Sep 2023

  • "It was as advertised."

    Out of the 16 of us only slight issue was 2 said there mattress was not the best apart from that it was a great week and the house was very good.

    Reviewed by Thomas4.7Aug 2023

  • "First of all, I would like to say why I chose the property."

    First and foremost I needed a house not only with the correct number of bedrooms for our family, but also one that had downstairs facilities for my elderly parents. This, along with the close proximity to accessible beaches was why I booked Regent House. The number and layout of bedrooms and bathrooms/toilets is excellent. The very large living and dining space is great for big family gatherings such as ours. The bathrooms and toilets were well thought out and pleasingly modern. However, the lack of thorough cleaning throughout the house spoiled our experience and meant that I spent time cleaning that shouldn’t have been needed. Also, I didn’t feel relaxed sitting on the soft furniture as I was aware that it wasn’t as clean as it should have been. Specifically: - a number of sheets were stained - areas in the kitchen; cooker switch, cutlery tray, fork stuck under washing machine gathering dirt, in cupboard next to dishwasher (dirty and smelled awful), pan cupboard, mop head so visibly grubby that I didn’t use it, cup cupboard wet with cups loaded in rim down so all had to be re washed and cupboard cleaned, fridges were not clean and we had to clean them before using - old door mat thrown in ‘garden’ - gravel area outside of fenced space was full of weeds - picnic tables covered in green slimy mildew, probably due to wet weather but should still have been scrubbed off - window frame on landing dirty - stained towels - cracked sanitary ware in a bathroom and a toilet - side panel chipped on bath - old plaster and toilet roll left behind a cistern - black ‘mould’ around upstairs shower The stair and upstairs carpet was dirty - well hidden by its dark grey colour but obvious because of how dirty socks quickly became. The carpet is also well past its useful life, with grippers pushing through on at least two of the treads. At the entrance to one of the upstairs bedrooms, the carpet was lifting away from the door strip. Looking back at reviews from previous occupants, I can see that the age and state of the carpet/grippers was raised by an occupant in September 2021. As I knew, window handle broken off. Ronnie said this would be replaced during the week but it was not. The complete lack of wardrobe space meant there was not sufficient storage space for our clothes and belongings. This was noted in a review by a previous occupant of July 2022. Absolutely no space for food storage in the kitchen was a real problem , especially since we had a good delivery on the day of arrival. Net curtains in 3 separate bedrooms had holes in them. In the downstairs bedroom next to the front door, the walls were very wet this morning- possibly due to the amount of rain overnight but maybe indicating a problem. I’m sure that fishing groups or hen/stag parties potentially have lower standards than others but do not believe the house to be fit for purpose for a family holiday.

    Reviewed by Jacqueline1.6Aug 2023

  • "If we had any criticism it would be the cooker."

    Didn’t think it was good enough for the size of our group. Not everybody eats out when their away. The rest was great

    Reviewed by Andrea5.0May 2023

  • "This is a great party house for a group."

    It sleeps 19!! Nice big kitchen and living room and handy for take always and the pub. We had a lovely time and thanks to Paul for stepping in at the last minute!!

    Reviewed by Antony3.8Oct 2022

  • "Regent House was the perfect place for us all to stay in."

    There are plenty of rooms that were lovely and warm and the owner was extremely accommodating with all of our requests. Thank you for all of your help and will look forward to staying with you in the future. Thank you!

    Reviewed by Steff5.0Sep 2022

  • ". There were 6adults and 6 children in our party the property was ideal plenty of room for us all. Kitchen usable, all appliances useable"

    . Clean comfortable beds towels provided, well really everything was provide for you . Your choice if you used them. is a great base for getting to lots of different beaches. No need to worry about parking it’s there for you. You are I the middle of the high street so have supermarkets, cafe, pubs and take always all walking distance and all were brilliant…….just remember you are not paying Ritz prices, thought it was excellent value and we will certainly be returning. Thank you Paul we had a lovely holiday.

    Reviewed by Dennis4.7Aug 2022

  • "The good stuff: The people who rent out and the man who manages this house are good people."

    When I spoke to them they were kind and accommodating. The coast and countryside around Amlwch are breathtaking and the people are sweet and friendly. This house has a good sized lounge with decent sofas. We were able to park 6 cars outside most of the time. You can go on foot to buy food any time, it’s so close. There’s also takeaways, pubs and a petrol station, and a beach all in walking distance. The local tackle shop and co-op have loads of great stuff for water sports and household items. The house has plenty of bin bags, loo roll and cleaning products, which was appreciated. The house has a hose outside. It’s cold water but it was a help. The small patio space was secure enough to keep dogs and children in and away from cars. The bad: All of that being said, this house shouldn’t be for rent really, even for a low ish price, in the state that it’s in. It’s unfit and detracts from the enjoyment of a holiday. As a start, the cleaners need to be brought in for an actual deep clean and then to properly clean after every visit. The thick hanging cobwebs all over the ceilings are a good sign of how long it’s been since that’s happened. The gravel patio outside is grubby, full of old dog poo and fag ends. It needs ripping up and sorting out and then maintaining. Someone should come and clean the bird poo off the windows. Someone should sort out the mould around the baths and showers. The house is deeply uncomfortable, particularly when full. I have actual bruises from the bed springs digging into my legs and side. Many of the beds are like this. This isn’t about the perfect night’s sleep. It should be physically possible to sleep in a bed in a house you’ve paid for. So much of the house is broken. Every door sticks or catches on the floor or creaks so loud you wake everyone. The shower downstairs has such a badly broken door you can’t fully close it so water pours onto the floor and then you get trapped inside it. There are whole floorboards which slide and can trip you. The crumbling sharp tiles on the edge of the kitchen working surface need to be repaired. The stained and dog hairy mattress protectors need to be replaced, along with most of the mattresses. The door into the shed needs to be fixed so it actually closes, so children and animals can’t get in amongst all the paint tins and chemicals. A house this size by the sea in Wales has to have a large modern washing machine (the house has an old one) and a dryer. 14 people and two dogs going to the sea or walking in the rain in a cold country can’t cope without a dryer and be comfortable. People in rooms need somewhere to hang things like wet towels or clothes. A room with just some drawers leaves you nowhere to put stuff after a shower or get stuff off the floor in very cramped spaces. The towels provided should be large enough to dry one standard sized adult human. This house isn’t dangerous levels of dirty, and no one got hurt while we were there, but it was a bit grim. The whole place is so badly done up and taken care of. The amount of broken stuff, old stuff, cobwebs, surface-only cleaning, and super shoddy DIY in this place was depressing. If you don’t mind this stuff that’s fine, but the listing should be honest that the house is like this and that nothing is going to be done about it. The house has decent proportions. If it was ripped out and started again they could charge double what they do now, but they need to start from scratch. Sykes are relatively charming before you book but when I called up afterwards with questions they were brusque and dismissive. Their cancellation policy is also rubbish, particularly after the last two years, but this is well known.

    Reviewed by Emma1.9Jul 2022

  • "10 of us on a fishing trip."

    Great base for us, the owner was really helpful with early check in and late check out. Lots of parking great central position.

    Reviewed by Andrew5.0Mar 2022

  • "The holiday house was dirty and had not been cleaned properly in some time."

    We found food spills inside microwave, on kettle, splashed up kitchen tiles, dirty cooker, dirty toilets, dirty shower downstairs. Someone's make up sponge underneath coffee table, an earring in the sink, the stair carpet is worn down and the gripper caught my daughters foot at the back, so no underlay. The garden area had weeds, no flowers or shrubs so not a nice sitting area. The pans required a wash prior to use. Manager entered the property to leave us 2 bottles of wine to say sorry for the dirty house, this felt invasive. Very expensive for the conditions and not worth half this amount. The whole house needs painting and some quality beds and furniture, The upstairs bannistar on far side is loose, house needs a refurbishment. Never paid to stay somewhere so bad before. I have pictures btw.

    Reviewed by Karen2.5Sep 2021

  • "We are all really enjoyed very nice place"

    Reviewed by Dishan5.0Aug 2021

  • "Despite having a lovely family holiday (6 adults and 4 children aged 10 8 6 and 4) spending quality time together and enjoying many of the beautiful beaches that Anglesey has to offer, Regent House sadly did not fulfil our expectations of the quality expected from a property booked with your company."

    As a family we have used Sykes before on numerous occasions either as couples, individual families or our larger family group; most recently in May this year. Prior to the holiday I had raised issues about the exterior appearance when driving past the house and informed your company who forwarded these to the owner and an attempt to rectify them had been made. The house was close to amenities -we used a good co op store, had a pleasant meal in the Trecastell Hotel in Bull Bay and visited a lovely cafe for breakfast on the last morning. Unfortunately we were too close to the pub opposite! Nothing can alter the location however, family groups like ours need to be aware that the noise level and unsuitability of some of the language could be an issue as it was for us. The house was just about adequately equipped for eating together but we did find the oven rather limiting for cooking for 12 people and noticed the fridge had been leaking at the end of the week. We cleaned the dish washer and the washing machine and used them. We felt that a dryer would have been useful if not a necessity. There were enough beds all made up but poor quality mattresses and bed linen and a few of the covers smelt musty. The overall state of the house was definitely not ‘superb’ as advertised: it was generally not clean enough some rooms and kitchen cupboards smelt musty and there were damp patch marks on the walls and peeling paint It looked very tatty, being in a poor state of decoration and repair. We coped with what looked like unfinished building work around loft entrances and ceiling plaster not painted, loose electric socket and light fittings, broken and sharp bath panel, loose dangerous carpet fixing by door and dirty extractor fans but couldn’t face using the disgusting toilet brush! More importantly we were concerned about upstairs windows not having restrictors fixed to them and wondered whether fire regulations were adequate. It was also difficult to get out of the kitchen door carrying a small child due to proximity of fridge rubbish bin and a table. I do have photographs should you wish to see them but can’t seem to attach them in this comment box

    Reviewed by Jan1.3Aug 2021

  • "Amlwch is not the prettiest of towns but please don't let this put you off!"

    It will initially make you think "OMG this is rough" but the people really are lovely and real! What we liked about Amwlch is that it is not pretentious and the locals will help you deal with things. This property is ideally situated for pubs/restaurants and shops etc. It is right in the centre of things and a fabulous base for travelling around the island, along with some great walks and an interesting heritage. The house is colossal. There is so much space. Paul, the owner is such a lovely man and he even allowed us to stay for an extra night free of charge as he had some free spaces!!!! Ronnie the caretaker/maintenance man is a local and can tell you lots of things. He is a minute away and is very quick at getting back to you if there are any issues (not that we had any!). Don't expect the Ritz, this is a fabulous home but it is a work in progress, it has everything you need and is very clean and Paul is continually trying to improve it, from talking with him as he is very keen on constructive feedback! This is refreshing as many owners only care about getting the money in! Whatever you want/need Paul/Ronnie will sort it out almost immediately! Anglesey is magical, please try this place and see wha you can experience!

    Reviewed by Dawn5.0Sep 2020

  • "The description did not meet my expectations ."

    The outside space was not as discribed the barbecue was dirty and unusable . The kitchen was so dirty I certainly wouldn’t cook in it . Previousl guests food was still in the cupboards and fridge and bathrooms breaking all COVID rules . Deep clean needed all through .

    Reviewed by Sandra2.2Sep 2020

  • "Located on the High street very close to shops pubs and restaurant's Ronnie ..."

    Located on the High street very close to shops pubs and restaurant's Ronnie meets and greets very helpful Paul the owner contacted us to check everything was OK As a family of 8 we had a great time plenty of room would recomend this

    Reviewed by Ray5.0Aug 2020

  • "Fabulous cottage very spacious had an amazing week."

    There was 19 of us and our little pooch. Location is ideal for beeches and dive sites and shops and local amenities. Had a few little issues with the hob but Paul dealt with it efficiently and was very apologetic. Also had a power cut but that was due to a wagon taking out the power line in the street but was back up and running in no time. We would definitely book to stay at Regent house again. Thank you again for a great week from the mcmullen family.

    Reviewed by Kirsten5.0Aug 2020

  • "We had a great time celebrating my husbands 40th birthday!"

    The house was really nice and plenty big enough for our large group. Good location for exploring other areas too. Owner was very friendly and helpful. Thank you!

    Reviewed by Jennifer5.0Nov 2019

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Summary

  • Eight bedrooms: 2 x family bedrooms with a double bed and twin beds, 2 x double rooms, 1 x twin, 1 x ground floor double, 1 x ground floor twin, 1 x ground floor single
  • Shower room with walk-in shower, basin and WC
  • Bathroom with shower over bath, basin and WC
  • Ground-floor cloakroom
  • Ground floor shower room with hand basin
  • Kitchen
  • Sitting/dining room.
  • Gas central heating
  • Washing machine, electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, larder fridge, dishwasher, TV with DVD player and Freeview, selection of DVDs and WiFi
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Travel cot available on request
  • Fuel and power inc. in rent
  • Off-road parking to the rear
  • Rear garden with terrace area with furniture and BBQ
  • Two pets welcome
  • Sorry, no smoking
  • Pub and shop within 0.1 miles.

The property

Resting on the northeastern corner of the Isle of Anglesey, in the bustling seaside town of Amlwch, is the spacious accommodation, Regent House.

Enjoying a central location within the town, this heart-warming retreat is perfectly situated for a gathering with friends and family to an area carved by glorious beaches, historical landmarks and a range of activities to suit all ages and tastes.

The property comes with eight well-presented bedrooms, with ground-floor accommodation also available to suit all requirements.

Here you can choose between two family bedrooms, complete with a double bed and twins, two standard double bedrooms and a twin bedroom, whilst the ground floor houses a double bedroom, a twin bedroom and a single bedroom.

Each bedroom enjoys a refreshing interior, and ample storage space to house your personal belongings during a week-long break.

Upon entering the property, you are welcomed into a brightly decorated kitchen, where you will find ample space for you and your loved ones to gather to prepare delicious home-cooked meals that can be enjoyed within the large sitting/dining room.

This room boasts a clever blend of antique furnishings with contemporary features, to ensure a delightful space for all of the family to retreat to after an action-packed afternoon.

Here, find three plush sofas to sink into and tune into the TV, a formal dining arrangement for those special celebrations and a selection of DVDs for more entertaining evenings.

To the outside, you will find a rear garden area with ample seating for you and your loved ones to make the most of the sun, in addition to off-road parking.

If you don’t feel like cooking one evening, a leisurely stroll will bring you to a selection of pubs, restaurants and takeaways to suit all needs, as well as a choice of shops for picking up the essentials.

During the summer months, soak up the sun at the nearby beaches of Trearddur Bay and Porth Dafarch, which are two large stretches of sandy beach with rock pools and slipways.

Brush up on the local history by discovering the Porth Wen Brick Works or venture to the Port Windmill to enjoy the spectacular scenery.

Further afield attractions include the Bull Bay golf club, the Anglesey Sea Zoo and the town of Holyhead, where you can catch a ferry for a day trip to Dublin.

Regent House is a superb base for exploring all that this island has to offer with your loved ones.

Note: This property has a Good Housekeeping bond of £100.

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About the location

AMLWCH

Bull Bay 1.5 miles; Cemaes 5 miles; Holyhead 15 miles; Llangefni 15 miles.

The small seaside town of Amlwch lies on the north eastern corner of Anglesey, in a stunning coastal location. With an affluent mining history, the village now plays host to numerous activities and attractions, making it the ideal location for a family holiday. Discover the history of Amlwch and its copper mining tradition on the Heritage Copper Trail, part of the beautiful 125 mile coastal path that winds its way along the coast of Anglesey, or visit the Old Mine Works at Mynydd Parys, and see the red, yellow and purple rocks, which some say resemble the surface of the Moon. For lovers of fishing and golf, both are available in Amlwch, with the Bull Bay Golf Club close by, and sea fishing a very popular pastime. Take the ferry to Dublin and spend a day enjoying Irish life, or stay on Anglesey and make the most of one of the beautiful beaches on offer. No matter what your preference, you're sure to have a wonderful time in this lovely seaside location.

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This property offers the following short breaks:

  • Winter
  • Off-season
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  • Christmas