Llys Dulas

by Brenda

Dear Wil


We have recently bought a static caravan in Moelfre and are very keen walkers.

We recently did much of the walk described in your pages.

What we would like to know is who owns the estate and the huge mansion we can see through our binoculars.

Brenda




Dear Brenda

I have some information to share and will input it later.

Thank you very much for using Anglesey Hidden Gem and I hope you'll investigate a few other of the sites and ambles I write about.

Just come home from work so I'll attach some detail for you later.

You've chosen a fabulous place to come and stay is what I say.

Wil

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