Llys Llewelyn is a newly renovated rural accommodation centre situated in the coastal village of Aberffraw on the West coast of the Isle of Anglesey and close to one of Anglesey's best beaches. This corner of the island boasts a unique heritage and is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty - perfect for fabulous coastal and forest walks, cycling tours, exciting watersports or relaxing on clean safe beaches. Whether you wish to relax and go as you please or enjoy an active break trying out new outdoor activities, Llys Llewelyn is the perfect base.
Mae ein swyddfa ar agor Llun i Gwenar / Our Office is open Monday to Friday
Amseroedd Agor/Opening Times - 8.30-4.30 Llun i Iau / Mon to Thursday
9.00 - 4.30 Gwenar/Friday
Rydym yn derbyn anifeiliaid anwes.
We accept pets.
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Llys Llewelyn offers three types of accommodation - a one bedroom flat, 4 modern studio units and 3 traditional Welsh cottages, all furnished to the highest standard and exeptionally clean and comfortable. (Please note there is an extra charge per pet of £25.00 per visit) and a refundable security deposit of £100.00 per unit is payable on arrival. This will be returned within one week provided no damage has occured to the property) There is also a £3.00 per day charge for heating.
Llys Llewelyn is part of a community regeneration scheme and has been funded via public and EU monies. The centre is managed by a Social Enterprise - Menter Môn - dedicated to the regeneration of rural Anglesey. For further information visit - www.mentermon.com
Comments from our visitor books -
- "......a great place to celebrate the anniversary and test drive family holidays...."
- "Lovely accommodation, lovely weather, a great holiday. Would definitely recommend! Many thanks"
- "Great 'out of season' value. Impressive accommodation and plenty to see. Wales and scenery are stunning. 3 nights not enough, will be back!!
- "Excellent accommodation, especially liked talking to the cows through the windows!..."