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Llandegfan is an attractive village that is positioned on the Southern part of the Isle of Anglesey in Northern Wales. It sits on the banks of the Menai Straits, and is only four miles or so from the bustling city of Bangor. It has an intriguing history which reaches far back in time, its main industries across the centuries has been agriculture and weaving. At one stage it had a total of three mills; a windmill grinding flour, and two water mills servicing the many farms nearby which led to the growth of the woollen industry. Walkers are drawn to the village as it is surrounded by stunning countryside which has a network of footpaths to explore, and beautiful views of the Snowdonia Mountains. There are a handful of local shops for that everyday essential, and restaurants and pubs to enjoy. Visitors today will uncover a mixture of architecture from the modern village centre, the Victorian Village Hall, to an impressive church that is dedicated to St Tegfan which stands on a hill and has a pleasing pinnacled tower. The village is near to the Menai Suspension Bridge which links to the mainland, and is also known as the gateway to the ancient village of Beaumaris.

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Plas Rhianfa (0.52 miles)

Plas Rhianfa
Plas Rhianfa is simply beautiful. A Grade II listed 21 bedroom architectural masterpiece that stands proud overlooking the Menai Straits on Anglesey. This 21 bedroom venue offers unique character, charisma, exceptional views and luxury facilities ... More | visit website
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Eryl Mor (1.28 miles)

Eryl Mor
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The Eryl Mor Hotel is situated in an unrivaled position within Bangor. Comfortable family-run hotel overlooking Menai Strait and Snowdonia. Golfing packages are a speciality. The Eryl Mor, which means ... More
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Baytree Lodge (1.39 miles)

Baytree Lodge
All rooms are en-suite with tv's and tea & coffee making facilities and Wi Fi. We are just a ten minute walk from the city center and University. Many guests use the baytree-lodge as a ... More | visit website
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The Management Centre (1.40 miles)

The Management Centre

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Located right in the heart of Bangor University, adjacent to the existing Business School and dating back to the early 1900ís, The Management Centre is an array of five splendid ... More

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Anglesey Arms (1.60 miles)

Anglesey Arms
Welcome to the Anglesey Arms Hotel, which is over 200 years old and recently received a huge makeover in August 2011. We offer a warm welcoming atmosphere with home cooked food and real ales. Supremely ... More | visit website
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Albion Hotel (1.64 miles)

Albion Hotel

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Traditional, Comfortable accommodation, situated in bangor town centre. Meals served daily 12 - 4, evening meals and breakfasts available if requested. Situated walking distance from university, also walking distance to ... More

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Garden Hotel (1.69 miles)

Garden Hotel

Garden Hotel is a well established non-smoking Hotel graded annually by the Welsh TB 3 stars and a high number of regular discerning guests. We are centrally situated, close to University, shops and mainline railway ... More | visit website

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Millpond Cottage (1.70 miles)

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This beautifully renovated farmhouse cottage will provide a wonderful holiday base with spectacular panoramic views over the Snowdonian mountains for walking, fishing, cycling or taking the family out to the ... More

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Gwesty Carreg Mon Hotel (2.30 miles)

Gwesty Carreg Mon Hotel

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In a country setting, yet with easy access from the A55 Expressway, the Gwesty Carreg Mon Hotel nestles in 3 acres of garden close to the Menai Straits. We offer ... More

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Liverpool Arms Hotel (2.64 miles)

Liverpool Arms Hotel
This ancient hotel has a history that goes back to 1706, when there was a busy trade between Liverpool and Beaumaris. It is a real gem of a place, a handsome Georgian fronted Hotel. The hotels ... More | visit website

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