EXPLORE THE ISLAND
Llanddwyn Island is most famous for it's connection with Saint Dwynwen the Welsh Patron Saint of lovers. It provides excellent views of Snowdonia and the Llyn Peninsula and is part of the Newborough Warren National Nature Reserve.
Llanddwyn beach is around 20 minute drive from the hut.
Otherwise known as the Eglwys Bach y Môr (Church in the Sea), a truly beautiful and peaceful place on the west coastal path of Anglesey. When the tide is out, the church can be reached by crossing a stone causeway. Eglwys Bach y Môr is around 15 minute drive from the hut.
The lighthouse is located on Holy Island, and is Anglesey’s most westerly point. Here you will find the most stunning views, especially during sunset. South Stack is around 20 minute drive from the hut.
ANGLESEY COASTAL PATH
The Anglesey Costal Path is 130 mile long and goes right round the island. There are many places worth visiting such as Trearddur Bay, Rhosneigr, Aberffraw, Beaumaris and Cemaes Bay.