Where is the best Sunday lunch on Anglesey?

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As the temperatures drop, there’s nothing we love more than a delicious Sunday roast to warm us up. The preparation and washing up can put many people off so we’re lucky to be surrounded by amazing pubs and restaurants that serve up their own. But where can you find the best Sunday lunch on Anglesey?

We may be biased but we think the Sunday carvery at The Deck House is definitely not one to be missed. But if you need some more inspiration, we’ve put together some of our favourite places on Anglesey to have Sunday lunch.

Château Rhianfa

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If you want to indulge in Sunday lunch in the surroundings of a grade II listed luxury hotel, then Le Dragon Rouge Restaurant at Château Rhianfa is definitely worth a visit. Treat yourself to a three course feast using only the finest ingredients sourced from local butchers and farmers and walk it off in the Château’s beautiful gardens.

Breeze Hill Hotel

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Another hotel on the list, Breeze Hill Hotel is described as having one of the best Sunday lunches on Anglesey. Situated in Benllech Bay, Breeze Hill is great for the whole family. With a Sunday lunch at just £9.75, you’d be silly not to give it a try. Can’t make it there on a Sunday? The hotel also serves a mid-week carvery every Wednesday from 12pm to 2pm with the option to eat in or take away.

The Bull Inn

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Sunday lunch doesn’t have to be reserved just for Sunday. At The Bull Inn you can enjoy a carvery every day of the week, all day long. Based in Pentraeth, The Bull Inn specialises in home-cooked comfort food in a traditional pub setting and is frequented by locals and visitors alike.

The Anglesey Arms

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One of the first buildings to greet you as you cross the bridge into Anglesey, The Anglesey Arms offers a warm and welcoming atmosphere with delicious home cooked food and real ales. Every Sunday they offer a choice of Welsh roast beef, slow cooked lamb shank, pork belly or homemade nut roast. Looking to indulge? There’s also the option to have two courses for £16.50 or three courses for £20.

Liverpool Arms Hotel

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Dating back to the 14th century, the Liverpool Arms Hotel offers a variety of real ales and home cooked food in cosy surroundings, including an open fire and oak beams. Every Sunday from 12pm they serve up a traditional carvery and, except for the Yorkshire puddings and stuffing, it’s all gluten free so perfect for those who can’t have gluten.

Tre-Ysgawen Hall

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Tre-Ysgawen Hall was originally built as one of the country’s grand mansions in 1882 and is one of the finest country house hotels in Wales. You don’t have to be a guest to enjoy the amazing surroundings of the hotel. Served every Sunday from 12pm to 2pm, you can enjoy a Sunday roast and choose from a selection of roast beef, pork or chicken, served with all the trimmings plus a choice of delicious starters and desserts.

The Bulkeley Hotel

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The Bulkeley Hotel is a Grade I listed building located in the heart of Beaumaris, just a short walk from the beach. The hotel has two restaurants to choose from, Hansoms and Bistro 1832, and Hansoms serves up a Sunday roast every Sunday. They have a great selection of meats to choose from, including chicken breast, roast leg of Welsh lamb, topside of beef, loin of Welsh pork, baked salmon, and a brie and apple cider tart.

The Seacroft

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Located on Trearddur Bay, The Seacroft offers superb local food and a roaring open fire, perfect for retreating to after a walk on the beach. They also serve up a delicious Sunday lunch with a choice of roast meats and all the trimmings. There’s also the option to add extras such as pigs in blankets or an extra Yorkshire pudding. They also have vegetarian and vegan options, which is perfect if you have different dietary requirements.

The Valley

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What was once a traditional coaching house on the Holyhead to London route, The Valley is now a thriving pub serving up a range of real ales and homemade food. On Sundays they serve up a carvery between 12 – 4pm; choose from three different meats and plenty of seasonal and local vegetables.

The Deck House at Silver Bay

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Served every Sunday from 12pm, The Deck House carvery offers a selection of different meats with all the trimmings. Plus you can have three courses for just £15.95! Booking is essential to ensure you have a table; make sure to book in advance by calling The Deck House on 01407 862046.

We hope this has given you enough inspiration; there should be enough there to enjoy a Sunday lunch every Sunday from now until Christmas! Do you have a favourite spot for Sunday lunch on Anglesey? Let us know on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.

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