Llywn Onn | Anglesey
Llwyn Onn is a Grade II listed building located on the outskirts of the famous village boasting the longest name in Europe:
It is under a ¼ mile from Plas Newydd Historic House and Gardens, owned by the National Trust and set on the shores of the Menai Strait, amidst breathtakingly beautiful scenery and with the Snowdonia mountain range as a backdrop.
The development is approached down a private landscaped track and is situated just off the A4080 coastal road. The properties are ideally placed for the A55 Expressway which is under 5 minutes’ drive away, with links onward to Bangor, Chester and the regional airports of Liverpool and Manchester. The port of Holyhead is approximately half an hour’s drive away with ferry links onward to Ireland.
The renowned tourist attractions of Anglesey Sea Zoo together with the award winning Marram Grass Restaurant, located very close to Llanddwyn Beach and Newborough Warren, are only a short drive from Llwyn Onn and the Snowdonia mountains are easily accessible to explore and enjoy.
The Isle of Anglesey boasts numerous other attractions, including the historic town of Beaumaris with it’s Castle built by Edward I, and offers wonderful coastal walks and cycling routes with many miles of stunning beaches to explore. There are also many quality restaurants and pubs throughout the island.