Llys Awel has breathtaking views across to distant Snowdonia, and is only minutes away from the stunning Malltraeth estuary, perfect for families, walkers, cyclists and nature lovers.
Comfortably nestled on a country lane overlooking the Malltraeth Marsh, a designated Site of Special Scientific Interest, it is unique for its birdwatching, estuary and migrating birds. Within easy reach is the 2000-acre Newborough Forest and its glorious sandy beach, which borders Llanddwyn Island, home of Dydd Santes Dwynwen, the patron saint of Welsh lovers! The Isle of Anglesey Coastal Path is easily accessible and there are many visitor attractions close by including the impressive National Trust property Plas Newydd, the Anglesey Sea Zoo and Foel Farm Park. A myriad of outdoor pursuits and dramatic mountain scenery are a short drive away on the mainland in the Snowdonia National Park.