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Hi, do you mind me putting a link to my page. I teach painting in Beaumaris and your information is perfect for visitors. I'm also an airbnb host. Dioch.
Good Afternoon I hope that you might be able to help and if not perhaps you would be so kind as to pass this along to one of your colleagues who might
Hello Gerwyn, I have written a number of local history books for local charities. Esther came to our house the other day and said you had a website.I
Hi I'm an Honorary Research Fellow at St Fagans, and currently researching a book on Welsh Stick Chairs. There appears to be a nice example in the Pilot
Hello, Thoroughly interesting guide to the brickworks. I used to go there as a child with my dad. Always is a distant memory of the place. I was wondering
We are here on holiday until Friday, and we were driving back to Llandonna from the main Pentraeth road yesterday. A red crossed the road in front of
Thank you for the fascinating essay about the St Cwyfan's church. I wonder if you could tell me what evidence there is for the church originally dating
FLASH BOOK SALE Anglesey Book Store for those interesting books and MUST HAVE reading and Planning for your Anglesey holiday and education
Hi Wil I came to Cemaes Bay a few years ago and enjoyed a boat trip and a fishing trip. I was wondering how to book a sea trip again - maybe 2 hours.
The Anglesey Journal is a series of on the spot reports and reflections on my Anglesey Island Home. Beaches, villages, winding country roads and discoveries.
Mynydd Bodafon stands aloof of Anglesey’s east coast and is an accessible ‘peak’ from which to peruse Anglesey and beyond in all directions. Life has taught many of us that the best silence for addressing injuries to your Heart and Soul is the Silence of Nature
Church Bay - Plenty of beach to rest, sunbathe and have an evening barbecue. Legendary six o clock waves and haunt of Death Defying Bunnies. Lobsters running on idle. Anglesey Sunsets and Cakes and Scones that Challenge Existential Values (ish)
If you're going to have a mate, have a best mate. If you're going to have a cake, have the best cake - or at least the biggest. If you're going down to
I do not diminish Red Wharf Bay by suggesting that it is a platform from which to view the beauty of the broader bay, appreciate poor sailing and eat well at the same time
What of Llangefni. All roads lead to and from this market town and so it is a grand place from which to begin your Anglesey Adventure. So start with the Dingle Boardwalk and go and spot yourself a Red Squirrel.
Dear All Llangefni Carnival was a triumph of beauty, blue skies and wonderful joy yet again this year. Those of us who remember such extended period
Anglesey Mystery Beach. Dreamtime: Where the Sea Meets the Sky. The sea is lapping sweetly onto the golden soft sand this evening and there is no noise other than the seabirds and the persistent low frequency rumbling
Llangefni facilities - All you need for your holiday stay in one place. Why make life complicated for yourself? Food, Shops, Banks, Swimming Pool.
Aberffraw Beach. Where Angleseys Sahara meets the sea in a generous expanse of sand and sea. Great for beach fun, surfing and fishing off the rocks.
Hi I have just come back from a wonderful afternoon walking from Rhosneigr to Cable Bay and Back and ending the sojourn with the beautiful Madame X at
A forest walk to Llanddwyn Beach along the Newborough Warren Marram Path. A gentle little walk to bring you right onto one of the most beautiful beaches in Britain
About me, William Gerwyn, the author of the Anglesey Hidden Gem website that I have been writing about the Isle of Anglesey with my own unique and quirky style since 2009
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Beach village Benllech is served by family hotels, small beach-side cafes and restaurants. So, Park your car and take up Shanks pony for everything you need.
Moelfre. Updated. Ideal stopping-off point on the beautiful Anglesey Coastal Path. Enjoy tea and cakes or a satisfying pub meal and visit the Lifeboat and Seawatch Centre.
Famous lifeboat village, Moelfre, is a thriving little holiday village up from Benllech. Served by delightful small beach-side cafe and pubs. Oak Lodge Hotel Restaurant.
Rhosneigr Village. Updated Page on local facilities at Rhosneigr. Everything you need to make your Anglesey beach holiday PERFECT. Shops, restaurants, cafes, cashpoints, parking and MUCH MORE ...
Hi Wil My Wife and I visit Newborough beach and Llandwyn for a walk every couple of weeks or so - amazing views fanastic beaches etc. The only problem
Hi Wil, Visited the Dingle on Monday, it is a GEM, first sightings of red squirrels I was being to think they did not exist! Met two guys taking photos
Just to let you know our wonderful red squirrels are on the move! Just seen some in the council park by the Amlwch Co-op. I have lived here for 2 years