A popular Anglesey pub has gone up for sale. The Skerries, or Ynysoedd Y Moelrhoniaid, in Holyhead has been in the same ownership for almost 30 years.

It is now on the market for offers in the region of £175,000. As well as the pub itself, the sale includes the flat above that takes up the top two storeys of the building.

The traditional-style pub, which remains open, is separated into a wood-panelled bar area and a snug. There's a dartboard by the bar and a fruit machine in the snug to the back.

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It's located on Stanley Street, near St Cybi's Church, in the town entre. The pub is wet-led, according to the estate agents, and has been "extensively renovated and attractively fitted out internally in a traditional style" in recent years.

The Holyhead pub has a traditional-style interior

It is currently open from 12pm-11pm seven-days-a-week and has a licence to sell alcohol from 10am to 2am, according to the listing. For more information on the sale, click here.

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