The Isle of Anglesey

“However long your stay on Anglesey it will probably never quite be enough, because whatever time of year you visit the island there is always so much to see and do. It is easy to escape into another time and way of life at one of our popular historic attractions, including striking castles, quaint old harbours, ancient burial chambers and numerous museums and galleries. You could reconnect with nature on one of our many wildlife trails or by visiting a country park, or make the most of your Anglesey adventure by taking part in a variety of water-based activities, from sailing through to scuba diving. Here, you can discover the beauty of the island, both coastal and inland, with an inspiring walk or gentle cycle ride before exploring bustling local markets to find some delicious home grown treats. Or simply gather all the family to enjoy a picnic and an afternoon of rock pooling on one of Anglesey’s many beaches – the choice is yours.”

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The village of Rhosneigr

“Rhosneigr village is situated on the beautiful west coast of Anglesey, North Wales. It has a thriving community and a rich history. Award winning sandy beaches with rock pools and safe bathing, a large lake rich in bird life and fish, unspoilt countryside stretching for miles and magnificent views of the Snowdonia Mountains and Lleyn Peninsular, making Rhosneigr an idyllic location. Rhosneigr's heyday was in the Edwardian era when it was a highly fashionable holiday destination. Today, it is still a popular holiday resort that has retained its charm and outstanding natural beauty. It offers a host of leisure activities including fishing (sea and course), tennis, bowls, sailing, diving, surfing, horse riding and is especially well known for windsurfing and golf.”

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The beaches

"Winner of the Green Coast seaside award, Rhosneigr lies on Anglesey’s Western shore. With its two broad , sandy beaches, Traeth Crigyll and Traeth Llydan, it is a popular centre for all watersports. Rhosneigr is superb for walking on the beach, with rocky outcrops and dramatic sand dunes.”

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How to find us

From Rhosneigr clock tower at the center of the village follow the main street (A4080) north for approximately 300m. After passing Overstrand Avenue on the right you will see a private driveway on the left, heading down to a few houses in the direction of the beach. There a “Ysgol/School” road sign immediately on the corner of this driveway. Turn left down the driveway and after approximately 25m you will see a wooden gate on the right, which is the entrance to both Trewyn Isaf and Trewyn Bach. Both houses are clearly visible from the main road above.

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