Take it from an Anglesey local, this seaside village has changed drastically for the better in the last few years.
It is once again a thriving and bustling busy little seaside village that's awoken from a long slumber.
Rhosneigr now embraces visitors from far and wide to ensure you have a memorable time on and about the beach.
Don’t feel that you need to bring absolutely everything with you in the car when you choose to visit Anglesey.
Chaplins: That's John Chaplin at the door. A very amiable and welcoming chap and his café is a lovely place to go for a something to eat.
Some of you may remember Bryn Jones who kept Bee Bee's here many years ago. He used to run Bee Bee's in summer and was a ski instructor during the winter. So we have a different face but The same warm and engaging welcome.
What's not to enjoy!
Scarlett's Fish & Chips: The old Bali Hi Chip Shop is no more - for those of you old enough to remember it back to near childhood.
The Good News! The Name is gone but a superb seaside chip shop remains in spirit at Scarlett's. Chips and ice-cream. Don't mix them.
Do the ultimate test. Step in, smile, order fishcake and chips and a can of Vimto and take them down the road past Sandy's and Chaplins and enjoy them sat looking at the view. Unlike the pier at Beaumaris, you don't get divebombed by seagulls here. Put your rubbish in the bin.
Beat that for a wonderful holiday experience!
Y Morfa Free House: This must be a great place because as I was taking this picture a family spotted me and shouted and waved in greeting. A Happy family doesn't stay happy until the welcome's good.
I'd welcome a report from visitors to Y Morfa.
I'll have to see if I can persuade my friend to come here for a meal.
Mojo's Creperie: Great food, lovely staff and great coffee. A lovely place to sit outside to eat and chatter.
The good news about Rhosneigr High Street is that the traffic is always invariably light and traffic noise and pollution is not a problem.
Aydin's Pizzeria & Café is your classic little pizza and snack on the road down to the beach. Why the counter is so high, I don't know.
Still, I've enjoyed a nice pizza and fizzy drink here in the sunshine.
Sandy's Bar & Bistro: This really is a nice atmospheric place to eat. Staff really friendly and helpful. Food excellent.
Need I say more? Enjoy.
Post Office & One Stop Shop: Right in the village square and the ideal place to carry out your post office business, get cash, buy coal, buy a coffee, pick up your paper, fizzy pop and ... an inflatable alligator.
The Sandymount Club: is being rebuilt right now. This club served to draw people further down the high street away from the village square and the cafes beyond.
Look beyond it or you may miss out on the welcome at Sandy's and Chaplins.
No longer serving petrol. For quite a while actually, which is a shame. Add to that that the top of the garage blew off last year. Hey ho!
These are the obvious sources of petrol or diesel. However, if you are committed to the coastal road then drive south through Malltraeth, Niwbwrch (Newborough) and then to Dwyran, where you will find a petrol station on your left around the corner at the end of the Lon Filltir (Mile Road.
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• Cable Bay car park - Just over the brow of the hill. More or less impossible in summer days.
You could try parking on the roadside but, there again, you’ll be lucky to find a space unless you get there early.
• The car park on your right half a mile out of the village of Llanfaelog toward Cable Bay.
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May 22, 21 09:02 AM
Just found your site today, and is great. I wrote earlier about Washi Bach? Both sides of my parents’ families are from Sîr Fôn, Hafod Llwyn and Tregele.
May 22, 21 08:05 AM
Aberffraw beach is so special to me as this is where we have scattered our dogs ashes after her passing - seems really strange every time I go back there
May 22, 21 07:47 AM
Washi bach was a familiar figure when I was growing up in Pentraeth in the fifties and sixties, although his visits were infrequent. As somebody else