Our Location on Anglesey

Those who have never visited the island of Anglesey, have a treat in store "Mon Mam Cymru" The mother of Wales as it is known offers an impressive variety of landscapes and wild life, history and heritage.

Connected to the main land of Wales via two famous bridges over the scenic menai straits, the isle of Anglesey has been designated an area of outstanding natural beauty. Whatever type of beach you prefer there is an ideal place for you along our varied coastline from sweeping sandy beaches to more intimate coves.

Penyrorsedd Farm is situated 3 miles from our beautiful coastline. It is an ideal location for coastal walks, bird watching at South Stack, golf, horse riding, both lake and sea fishing, as well as exploring the islands many attractions.

Although an evening meal is not provided, there are a wide variety of good eating places within a few miles of Penyrorsedd. Sample menus are available and booking may be made in advance. We recommend the well-known Lobster Pot seafood restaurant, or the fabulous new Gastro Pub - The Black Lion a 5 minute drive away.

Treaddur Bay Anglesey

Trearddur Bay

Close to us is one of the tourist hotspots of Anglesey. There is excellent sea fishing in the area. Boat trips & fishing trips are available from the beach.


Follow the A55 junction 3 to Y Fali/Valley. Turn right at traffic lights on to the A5025. On leaving the village of Llanfachraeth you will pass a church and an old rectory on the left, you will then come to a junction on your left with a brown tourist information sign with Penyrorsedd Farm , the farm is the first house on the right hand side with B&B sign.