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A picturesque, cultural enhancement to any coach trip, cruise tour, or stop on the way to/from Ireland

Our fabulous location on the Anglesey Coastal Path and Newry Beach Promenade makes the Boathouse Hotel a perfect place for your passengers to enjoy hot beverages, soup and sandwiches, traditional Welsh teas, or 3-course meals before a leisurely seaside stroll, whilst our eco-ethos, social aims and proximity to the ferry and cruise ship terminal make us the obvious choice for environmentally and socially responsible coach and cruise ship companies (our profits support nature, education, and local communities).

We cater to any palette and budget, whether you want bespoke menus, food with flair, or traditional Welsh dishes to give your clients a truly Welsh experience. We also offer an extensive range of meals suited to all dietary requirements and scrumptious homemade desserts.

Our bar is stocked with selective wines that have been carefully chosen by volunteer wine specialist, Renato Howard, alongside local coffee, a variety of Welsh ales, lagers, gins, rums, and some old favourites. Gin, rum, wine, and Welsh ale tastings are available on request.  

We offer short stops or longer layovers. Tours and talks on the local area, nature, and history can be arranged on request at an additional charge.

Please contact us to discuss your requirements.

Coach Parties

From sandwiches and homemade soup with crusty bread to bespoke buffets and 3-course meals, with a range of options to suit all budgets and free meals for drivers.

Cruise ships

We offer half-day and full-day tours and events with or without lunch. Packed lunches may be provided on some tours.

Examples of tours


  • Local ales and spirits

  • Traditional Welsh Experience Traditional Welsh 3 course meal with live Welsh Singer partner with Ucheldre Arts Centre

  • Welsh Cheese and Wine tasting, tour of the Pant Du vineyard

  • Bushcraft and Outdoor Survival

  • Culture and Art

  • Adventure in Nature – Campfire cooking, Den Building, Team Challenges

  • Nature Connections

  • Biodiversity and Blooms: Tours of Bangor University’s Treborth Botanic Garden, the glasshouses, includes rare specimens, a talk by Treborth Botanic Garden team, birdwatching,

  • Tours of local breweries and spirit producers

  • Spoon Whitling, Welsh Whiskey tasting, whiskey inspired menu

  • Breakwater Park Tour, picnic and Children’s activity pack

  • Nature Walk and Welsh Afternoon Tea

  • Spoon whitling and Welsh whiskey Tasting - Aber falls

  • Bank Holiday Melin Llynnon tour followed by Nature Walk with picnic hamper and Welsh botanical Gin tasting at hotel evening meal

  • Den Making
  • Toasting marshmallows
  • Boathouse Hotel Family Club
  • Salad