Cemaes Bay is home to around 1,000 villagers residing within the Parish of Llanbadrig. Visitors are often heard calling it ‘such a pretty’ village with the brightly coloured houses on the high street, spectacular flower beds courtesy of the ‘Cemaes in Bloomers’ and charming harbour.
The High Street shops include a bakery, butcher, chemist, post office, award winning fish & chip shop/cafe, a greetings card & gift shop, licensed general store and newsagent, a computer equipment and repair shop, two hairdressers, a fruit & vegetable shop, two cafes, a gallery/picture framing specialist and the unique Village Venture community enterprise shop with its interesting cornucopia of crafts and new/second hand goods. A wide selection of food is also available from the village pubs and hotels.
Other services include an ATM, general practice, private dentist, public library and village hall which hosts an array of community events and meetings all year round.
The A55 has made travel to Anglesey really straightforward but it can get congested during the summer months. There are 2 main routes to Cemaes Bay;
Remain on the A55 to Valley, turn right at the traffic lights then follow the A5025 to Cemaes Bay.
Come off the A55 at Menai Bridge and take the A5025 round the right side of the island through Benllech, Amlwch and on to Cemaes Bay.
Virgin Trains operate high speed services from London Euston to Holyhead whilst Arriva Trains Wales operate cross country services from Chester and Cardiff. Cemaes Bay is 20 mins drive from Holyhead rail station.
Manx2.com airways operate a popular weekday service between Cardiff and Anglesey airports. Flight time 60 mins. Cemaes Bay is 25 mins drive from the airport.