A Place In My Heart - Trearddur Bay

by Christine
(Ashford in Kent)

Rock Hoppers at Trearddur Bay, Anglesey

Rock Hoppers at Trearddur Bay, Anglesey

Rock Hoppers at Trearddur Bay, Anglesey
Porth Diana at Trearddur Bay, Anglesey
Waterfront Cafe atTrearddur Bay, Anglesey

Dear Wil


A few years ago I had to come to Holyhead to work. Basically to train people to take over mine & my workmates jobs in Kent.

Feeling sad & a little wary I arrived late one evening not sure what to expect.

What a suprise, wonderful people & the most beautiful views. Treaddur Bay has found its way deep into my heart.

I never really had the chance to say this before but,

Thank you for making my stay a joy and Thank You to all the friends I made.

One day I hope to return and revisit this amazing place.

Christine





Dear Christine,

Thank you for getting in touch and for sharing your very fond memories of Trearddur Bay.

You came up from Ashford in Kent, you say. I imagine that you are/were employed by a Ferry Company.

I do hope that the Ferry company put you up in the lovely Trearddur Bay Hotel (you can see it on the other side of the bay in one of the photos above). The views from the lounge windows are fabulous. Especially in wild weather.

It is April 21st now and the Spring weather is lovely. The sky is a fine blue, the sea is a fine blue and the countryside is a soul satisfying spectrum of lovely freshening green.

Do come back to visit soon.

My very best wishes to you and your family and friends.

Wil

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