Anglesey Historic Churches

by John Rush
(Stoke on trent)

St Peulan's Church

St Peulan's Church

St Peulan's Church
St Cwyfan's Church, Aberffraw
St Patrick's Church Cemaes Bay

Hi Wil


Yet again our holidays (we went twice) in Anglesey this year were excellent.

We stayed in the beautiful village of Aberffraw in a cottage on the Llys Llewelyn Estate and secondly in an excellent B&B in Benllech.

We love exploring the many excellent chapels and churches the Island has to offer. And Saint Peulan's Church at Llanbeulan must rank as one of my favourites. What a sensational setting and amazing church, which although now disused is still very special.

Standing on the island where St Cwyfan's Church in the Sea is just outside Aberffraw was a great experience, and the walk from the mainland out to the isolated church was wonderful.

By far my favourite church is St Patrick's Church at Llanbadrig at Cemaes Bay which wins first prize for location. What a beautiful spot overlooking the sea.

Who said Heaven can't be found on earth. Anglesey is a very special place for us and its beaches are simply stunning. Add to that its chapels and beautiful towns and villages, it makes for the perfect holiday place.

Roll on holidays 2016.

John

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