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Sail Loft Heritage Centre

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Interesting little museum.

This is one of those little museums that end up being fascinating! Gave the history of Amlwchs's... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
jojoShrewsbury
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shrewsbury
worth a visit

We paid to get in but no one checked It had several parties of Welsh School children ships in... read more

Reviewed 13 June 2018
Stephen B
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Birmingham, England, United Kingdom
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Amlwch Port, Amlwch, Wales
+44 1407 832255
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Reviewed 5 days ago

This is one of those little museums that end up being fascinating! Gave the history of Amlwchs's port and tied in nicely with the Copper Kingdom museum - visit both museums to get an overview of the area. Cafe downstairs was very nice too!

Thank jojoShrewsbury
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Fabulous little museum containing artefacts and information about the history of the port. Quirky items that promote some great discussion.

Thank catherinereid409
Reviewed 9 July 2018

lovely place at the end of the harbour great cafe interesting museum we learned a lot about the local area

Thank karenamkelly
Reviewed 13 June 2018

We paid to get in but no one checked It had several parties of Welsh School children ships in bottles, and highlighting when Amlwch was the most important port in Wales with imports from Africa and South America and exports of the famous copper

Thank Stephen B
Reviewed 31 March 2018

We visited the Sail Loft several times during our recent stay on Anglesey. It's a perfect place for breakfast, lunch or tea/coffee and cake. The staff are really helpful and friendly; the food is straightforward but well prepared and of very good quality, and prices...More

Thank RobinFitz
Reviewed 25 October 2017

Hubby and I visited here on a recent Monday. Unfortunately the Sail Loft Museum and Cafe were closed. However, because we were able to park nearby FREE of charge, we decided to have a wander around this small village and harbour (it has no beach)...More

Thank Jilly2903
Reviewed 21 October 2017 via mobile

Lovely place to eat excellent food will definitely be going back and great service never have I been let down by going there would recommend to anyone

Thank Michelle B
Reviewed 22 September 2017

We were touring Anglesey with the 88 year old Mother in Law so we never missed a chance for a brew or a pee. Finding ourselves in Amlwch we visited the port as I used to go sea fishing from there. We spotted the sail...More

Thank Andrew W
Reviewed 10 September 2017

This was an unplanned visit but we found an interesting and informative exhibition. Everything clearly labelled and some very interesting artefacts, especially those lifted from the sea. If you are in this area it would be a pity to miss this with its sloping sail...More

Thank Edwin J
Reviewed 23 July 2017

well worth spending 30 mins or so discovering the local history. Map of local wrecks especially interesting. Small cafe downstairs for a quick coffee and cake or sandwich

Thank Richard L
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Mark M
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Response from Jilly2903 | Reviewed this property |
Sorry this reply is late but I have only just had time to check my e-mails! I think this place may have closed down for the Winter season and unfortunately, their contact number listed as 01407 832255 seems to be invalid?
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