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Brynteg Attractions Storws Wen Golf Club - Storws Wen opened in the mid 1990s and has since shown itself to be a demanding challenge to players of all levels. Although there are only nine hol Montys Eating House - We provide a wide selection of fine fresh cooked dishes with a taste of Spain – in relaxed surroundings with a friendly team looking to make your ex Anglesey Cycle Path- Hebog Circular Cycle Route - Welsh for "falcon". This Anglesey cycle route is named hebog after the Welsh for ‘falcon’. Start/finish: Public library, Benllech. Lengt Bradleys Deli - Welcome to Bradleys Deli & Coffee Shop !| We are a family run business based in the centre of the lovely seaside town of Benllech on the Isle o Llanallgo Church - Llanallgo Church is located on the outskirts of Moelfre on the north east coast of Anglesey, North Wales. The church is dedicated to the 6th Centu Benllech Seafront - The Seafront at Benllech. Benllech is a popular seaside resort on the east coast of Anglesey, North Wales. Although a small resort it has a beauti Benllech Beach - Benllech Beach is on the east coast of Anglesey, North Wales. It is a beautiful beach with golden sands, rock pools and a small stream running down t Red Wharf Bay Sailing Club - Red Wharf Bay Sailing Club - based at Traeth Bychan Beach. Set in an area of outstanding natural beauty, in Anglesey, North Wales, we are a friendly, Lligwy Burial Chamber - The chamber was excavated in 1909, when two layers of deposits were recorded, separated by a layer of paving. The deposits contained unburnt bone, hum Din Lligwy Hut Group - For a pre-Roman site, a great deal remains including the enclosing wall and the foundations of many buildings, many of them with substantial and wel Bodafon Mountain - Bodafon Mountain, Mynydd Bodafan, (178m) is located in the north east of the Isle of Anglesey, North Wales. It sits between Llyn (Lake) Allaw to the w St Davids Beach - This popular family beach nestles in between Benllech Beach and Red Wharf Bay on the east coast of Anglesey, North Wales. St Davids is perfect for wa Hen Capel Lligwy, Lligwy Old Church - Hen Capel Lligwy, or the Lligwy Old Church, is located on the outskirts of Moelfre close to the north east coast of Anglesey, North Wales. There is no Ship Inn Red Wharf Bay - The Ship Inn Red Wharf Bay is one of those pubs that take your breath away when it comes into sight. The location is perfect, overlooking the beau Castell Mawr Rock - Castell Mawr is a large limestone rock that dominates the western edge of Red Wharf Bay in Anglesey, North Wales. The limestone may have been quarri The Old Boathouse Cafe Restaurant - This super family friendly cafe/restaurant is located in the beautiful bay of Red Wharf. The food is simple, approachable and flavoursome. Food arrive Red Wharf Bay Harbour - The harbour at Red Wharf Bay, or Traeth Goch in Welsh, is located on the west coast of Anglesey, North Wales. Just a short drive off the main east A Ann's Pantry - Ann’s Pantry is a family run café and restaurant in the picture postcard village of Moelfre. We strive to serve quality produce, which is local whe Moelfre Beach - The beach at Moelfre is more of a small harbour than a beach with a pretty pebbled seafront. Great for a swim or a paddle but not much use if you want Anglesey Coastal Path- Pentraeth to Beaumaris - The first section of the walk skirts the edge of Red Wharf Bay, a fabulous bay where the sea appears to go out as far as the horizon. Be adventuro Wreck of the Royal Charter - On the 25th October 1859 the Royal Charter, a 2,719 ton steel-hulled steam clipper bound for Liverpool from Melbourne Australia, was lost off the vill Anglesey Coastal Path- Moelfre to Pentraeth - Walk up the hill from Porth Moelfre and just opposite Ann’s Pantry bear left over a stone stile and continue until the path bears left down a sl Stone Science - A journey through 650 million years. A unique experience and a fossil shop at the end. Inside are a series of dioramas depicting the evolving ages Red Wharf Bay Beach, Traeth Coch - Red Wharf Bay is a sandy bay that at low tide seems to continue as far as the horizon. The bay stretches from Benllech sands in the east to Lland Moelfre Lifeboat Station - Moelfre lifeboat station, on the north-east corner of the Isle of Anglesey, has a remarkable history of bravery with its lifeboat crews being awarded Moelfre Seawatch - The Seawatch Centre is located in Moelfre, on the eastern coast of Anglesey, North Wales. It tells the story of Anglesey's maritime history and remind Traeth Lligwy Beach - Lligwy Beach (Welsh: Traeth Lligwy) is situated between Dulas Bay and Moelfre on the north east coast of Anglesey, North Wales. Lligwy is a secluded Pentraeth Beach - Part of Red Wharf Bay, a designated nature reserve, the sandy beach of Pentraeth is located on the north coast of Anglesey, North Wales. The beach ha Moelfre Island - Moelfre Island (Ynys Moelfre in Welsh) is a small uninhabited island (6.6 acres) off the east coast of Anglesey, North Wales. The nearest settlement t Anglesey kayak mountain bike hire - We offer the best Kayak and mountain Bike hire on Anglesey on a beautiful 3/4 mile sandy beach on the east coast of the island. Affordable and great f Saint Mary's Church Pentraeth - Saint Mary’s Church is located in the village of Pentraeth, Anglesey, North Wales. It is thought that prior to the building of the present chur Stone Carvings on Pentraeth Church - Pentraeth Church is to be found alongside the A5025 in Pentraeth Anglesey. The stone carvings consist of two angelic head-stops forming part of the fr Pilot Boat Inn - Pub located in Dulas, near the village of Bryn Refail, Anglesey. Open all day for food & drink. Quality meals - Extensive menu - Good children Traeth yr Ora Beach - Traeth yr Ora Beach is located on the north east of the Isle of Anglesey, North Wales. Although the beach is small, it is perfectly formed. A hidden Derimon Smokery - We supply traditionally oak smoked food using quality ingredients We have many award winning and quality traditionally smoked fish and other smoked f Llangefni Golf Club - 9 hole public golf course set one third of a mile north of the county town, next to the Oriel Ynys Mn art and heritage centre. Described as a top cl Dulas Bay - Dulas Bay is located on the north east coast of Anglesey, North Wales. There are three beaches within the bay. Traeth Bach (Welsh for small beach), Llanddona Beach - Llanddona beach is located between Benllech and Penmon on the east coast of Anglesey, North Wales. The long sandy beach is actually the eastern end of Oriel Ynys Môn - As a purpose built museum and arts gallery, Oriel Ynys Môn has so much to offer. Oriel Kyffin Williams has a dynamic and changing programme of exhi Oriel Ynys Môn - As a purpose built museum and arts gallery, Oriel Ynys Môn has so much to offer. Oriel Kyffin Williams has a dynamic and changing programme of exhi Beef Direct Limited - As our name suggests, by buying from us you are buying directly from the farmer. We set up Beef Direct in 2000 because we were fed up of ‘being t Llyn Cefni Lake Reservoir - Cefni Lake is a reservoir situated near Llangefni on the Isle of Anglesey, North Wales. There are several tracks which give views of the lake and at t The Dingle Local Nature Reserve - Parts of the woodland are dominated by sessile oak, ash and wild cherry, with a spectacular show of blue bells in spring. Other parts are mostly s Plas Arthur Leisure Centre - Plas Arthur Leisure Centre has much to offer, from regular exercise classes, swimming courses and a fitness suite. Facilities: Baby changing facilitie Twrcyhelun Arms - Public house located in Llanerchymedd on the Isle of Anglesey, North Wales.
Attractions near Brynteg
Storws Wen Golf Club
Montys Eating House
Anglesey Cycle Path- Hebog Circular Cycle Route
Bradleys Deli
Llanallgo Church
Benllech Seafront
Benllech Beach
Red Wharf Bay Sailing Club
Lligwy Burial Chamber
Din Lligwy Hut Group
Bodafon Mountain
St Davids Beach
Hen Capel Lligwy, Lligwy Old Church
Ship Inn Red Wharf Bay
Castell Mawr Rock
The Old Boathouse Cafe Restaurant
Red Wharf Bay Harbour
Ann's Pantry
Moelfre Beach
Anglesey Coastal Path- Pentraeth to Beaumaris
Wreck of the Royal Charter
Anglesey Coastal Path- Moelfre to Pentraeth
Stone Science
Red Wharf Bay Beach, Traeth Coch
Moelfre Lifeboat Station
Moelfre Seawatch
Traeth Lligwy Beach
Pentraeth Beach
Moelfre Island
Anglesey kayak mountain bike hire
Saint Mary's Church Pentraeth
Stone Carvings on Pentraeth Church
Pilot Boat Inn
Traeth yr Ora Beach
Derimon Smokery
Llangefni Golf Club
Dulas Bay
Llanddona Beach
Oriel Ynys Môn
Oriel Ynys Môn
Beef Direct Limited
Llyn Cefni Lake Reservoir
The Dingle Local Nature Reserve
Plas Arthur Leisure Centre
Twrcyhelun Arms
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