Tros Yr Afon.

A perfect location for touring Anglesey

A peacefully set cluster of stylish and comfortable holiday accommodation which consists of a 17th century Manor House with a courtyard of cottages and converted barns surrounded by six acres of gardens and trees.

We can cater for groups up to 53.

STROLL down the winding country lane from Tros yr Afon on an idyllic summer evening and marvel from the rocky shoreline as the impressive vastness of Snowdonia turns a unique blushing pink in the sunset.

It's the end of one more perfect day in Penmon, Anglesey's best-kept secret.
And, if it's still low water, walk a couple of miles along the beach to the thriving resort of Beaumaris with its 13th-century castle and Victorian Pier where a cluster of cottages, quaint inns, restaurants and individual shops huddle together against ferocious winds that in winter roar uninterrupted down the Irish Sea.

Charles Dickens and Dr Johnson were among the first to discover the charms of a resort that now attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors every year to its magical blend of individual designer boutiques, award-winning hotels and friendly pubs.
Penmon lies at the very heart of an officially-designated area of outstanding natural beauty - and all around are swathes of beautiful Blue Flag golden sands, rugged rock-strewn headlands and some of the finest recreational pursuits to be found anywhere.

Ty Mawr
A stunning 17th century Manor House. Sleeps 16 + 2.

Cwt y Coed
Two bedroomed beamed cottage. Sleeps 4.

Two bedroomed beamed cottage. Sleeps 4.

Ty Pant
Four bedroomed cottage. Sleeps 8.

Three bedroomed cottage. Sleeps 6.

Plas Menai
Three bedroomed cottage. Sleeps 4.

Four bedroomed beamed cottage. Sleeps 8.

Y Stiwdio
One bedroomed accommodation. Sleeps 2.

Beaumaris Castle A World Heritage Site. Built as one of the "iron ring" castles of North Wales by Edward I, to stamp his authority on the Welsh. It was never finished. Nevertheless, it has been called the "most technically perfect Mediaeval Castle in Britain".

Address: Beaumaris, Anglesey LL58 8A Tel: 01248 810361 Beaumaris Court House

Opposite Beaumaris Castle is the Court House, constructed in 1614, and renovated in the 19th century. Here, visitors can walk through the large rectangular courtroom, stand in the original dock and view the splendour of the grand jury room.

Baron Hill Golf Course Ltd A challenging moorland course with panoramic views of the Menai Straits, the Great Orme and Snowdonia.

Beaumaris Gaol Not for the faint hearted the gaol will give you a fascinating insight into the world of the prisoner in Victorian Times. Visit the condemned cell or experience the darkness of the punishment cell. Handle chains and fetters last worn by the prisoners a century ago. Enjoy the museum shop with its unique souvenirs.

This Victorian Gaol was built by Hansom (famous for the Hansom Cab) in 1829. The gaol features the only working tread wheel in Britain and a gibbet is still fixed to the wall. Educational groups and Parties welcome.

Address: Steeple Lane, Beaumaris, Anglesey LL58 8EPTel: 01248 810921 (01248 724444 - Anglesey Heritage Gallery)Email: Click to email Open: Easter - September 10.30-17.00 or at other times by appointment.

Popular with reunions all the year round

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Tros Yr Afon.
Penmon Beaumaris Isle of Anglesey LL58 8RN Wales
phone: 01248 715 390 fax:

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Great special offers from now until the end of February 2007.


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