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Llwydiarth Fawr



Llwydiarth Fawr

Llannerch-y-Medd

LL71 8DF

Isle of Anglesey


B&B


Price Range: £300 - £600


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Owner Information

Margaret Hughes


Phone: +44 (0)1248 470321


Sample a 'Taste of Wales' with our country breakfasts. We extend a warm welcome to guests who enjoy walks and private fishing. A member of the worldwide Best B&B. A past winner of BBC Welsh Farm Wife of the Year Competition and Warm Welcome Award. Llwydiarth Fawr is convenient for the ferry terminal. Self catering cottages are also available.

bus stop within five minutes walk
cots available
credit card accepted
family rooms
fishing arranged
golf arranged
ground floor rooms
hairdryer available
high chair available
laundry facilities
linen provided
open all year
parking
riding arranged
showers
television units in bedrooms
totally no smoking establishment
unlicensed but patrons may bring their own wine
Welsh language spoken
working farm



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Things to see and do in Isle of Anglesey

Anglesey Circuit
Anglesey Circuit

Set on the west coast of Anglesey, overlooking the Irish Sea and the Snowdonia mountain range beyond, Anglesey Circuit provides visitors with a challenging and exciting circuit in a breathtaking location. Whether you are visiting the Circuit as a competitor, spectator, for driving instruction or as part of a corporate activity day, you are assured of a day to remember.


Anglesey Sea Zoo
Anglesey Sea Zoo

The Anglesey Sea Zoo is Wales' largest marine aquarium. Sited right on the shore of the Menai Strait against the stunning backdrop of Snowdonia, its a great day out whatever the weather. At the Anglesey Sea Zoo the habitats of over 150 species found around Anglesey and the North Wales coastline have been carefully recreated. From the complexity of the inverebrates in the Bone Free Zone, your visit will take you through a Shipwreck, then onto a walk over the Shark Pool and finally onto the Big Fish Forest displaying the marine life of the open ocean.


Beaumaris Castle
Beaumaris Castle

Beaumaris Castle on the Island of Anglesey is the great unfinished masterpiece. It was built as one of the 'iron ring' of North Wales castles by the English monarch Edward I, to stamp his authority on the Welsh. But it was never finished money and supplies ran out before the fortifications reached their full height. Beaumaris is nonetheless an awesome sight, regarded by many as the finest of all the great Edwardian castles in Wales. Begun in 1295, it was also the last. The king's military architect, the brilliant James of St George, brought all his experience and inspiration to bear when building this castle, the biggest and most ambitious venture he ever undertook.


Beaumaris Gaol
Beaumaris Gaol

Explore this massive building with its dimly lit corridors, spartan cells and places of punishment. A fascinating insight into the world of the prisoner in Victorian times.


Bull Bay Golf Club
Bull Bay Golf Club

Eighteen hole par 70 heathland course, set amid rugged terrain at Bull Bay, one mile west of Amlwch. Taking in views of nearby Point Lynas Lighthouse, Snowdonia and even the Isle of Man. On a clear day, it's possible to see the Lake District! Club hire and lessons available.


Mona Flying Club
Mona Flying Club

If you are interested in learning to fly, Mona Flying Club is the ideal place to do it, with high quality instruction in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. Full PPL/NPPL training, night, IMC ratings and Certificate of Experience renew.


Newborough Forest
Newborough Forest

A pine forest located next to Llanddwyn Beach. Three main trails cross the forest which has bird hides and a small lake. The forest is an important red squirrel conservation site.


Oriel Ynys Mon
Oriel Ynys Mon

The Oriel is a show place for local artists and craftspeople, it is also anfascinating museum illustrating the island's history, culture and wildlife, and a venue where people from all over the island come to enjoy their heritage.


Plas Newydd
Plas Newydd

Plas Newydd is the traditional home of the Marquess of Anglesey, situated on the banks of the Menai Strait. The house is situated on the bank of the Menai Strait and has magnificent views of Snowdonia. The origins of the house date to the 14th century, but its current design dates from the 18th century and is largely the work of James Wyatt. The estate itself can be traced to the 15th century when it was owned by the Griffiths', owners of a large estate in nearby Bangor. It also contains Rex Whistler’s largest painting and an exhibition of his work. The house was built in both the Classical and Gothic styles. At the end of the 19th century the 5th Marquess had the chapel turned into a theatre and plays put on regularly, often taking the lead role himself. At the house there is also a Military Museum which contains campaign relics of the 1st Marquess of Anglesey and the Battle of Waterloo. For a short period of time after the Second World War part of the house was used as a training school for the Royal Navy.


The Isle of Anglesey Coastal Path
The Isle of Anglesey Coastal Path

125 miles of fabulous walking. Come and discover this stunning round island route, set within a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.


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