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Tel code: 01248 | code search
Postcode: LL77 | code search
Population: 5000
Grid Reference: SH495705
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Llangefni Town Market
"Expecting large market as advertised. Just one veg stall. Very disappointing after 12 mile drive

Date visited: 12 May 2018 ..." More

Railway Inn
"We had a drink in the railway inn and found it to be one of the most friendly pubs around good company very nice locals and very good beer they said ..." More

Llangefni Town Market
"Not as many stalls as advertised probably only 10 -15. Indoor craft and home bake consisted of 3 stalls. Very nice hand made fudge. Pentacostal Gospel choir in attendance singing ..." More

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Llangefni lies close to the centre of the Island of Anglesey and has always been a busy market town, back in the mid 17th century Llangefni was an important location as it was a staging post for the port of Holyhead the first postmaster at Llangefni being appointed in 1636. Because of its rural location it is easy to see why it developed as a market town and records show that cottage industries were established , carpenters, blacksmiths wheelwrights and even a brass foundry all conducted their business in and around Llangefni. Livestock and its market, to a certain extent, dictated the road layout in Llangefni, the road was made wider to ensure the free movement of cattle through the town. As the town grew its wealth was reflected in the new buildings that were erected, a church in 1825, the Town Hall in 1841 and it is said that a police station existed on Field Street in 1860. By 1863 the railways had arrived and this added to the towns importance and today the Bull Hotel in the town centre is a reminder of its past. The town still retains many of the original buildings, the market is still held twice a week in the town square and close by, the town clock (built in 1902) is the centrepiece of the town.


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Bull Hotel (0.15 miles)

Bull Hotel

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The 4 star Bull Hotel is situated in the centre of Llangefni. With easy access to the A55, connecting road for Holyhead. Stay in one of the top 4 star Welsh ... More

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Tafarn-Y-Rhos (1.68 miles)

A warm friendly pub with a great atmosphere, situated in the heart of beautiful Anglesey. Tafarn y Rhos is a B&B with great views of Snowdonia's mountains, and a pub serving food made from local ... More | visit website
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Nant Yr Odyn Country Hotel & Restaurant (1.70 miles)

Nant Yr Odyn Country Hotel & Restaurant

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The Nant Yr Odyn hotel is ideally situated for those visiting the commercial and administrative centre of Llangefni. We are set in picturesque grounds on Anglesey, adjacent to the main A55 ... More

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Holland Arms Hotel (2.43 miles)

Holland Arms Hotel

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The family-run hotel offers clean, functional and good value accommodation, centrally located on the Isle of Anglesey between Gaerwen and Llangefni, in the small hamlet of Pentre Berw. The hotel is just ... More

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Bodwina Chalets (3.15 miles)

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Bodwina cottages(chalets) are newly built and situated on the island of Anglesey. They have a shared jaquzi, and are central to the seaside and close to the docks of Holyhead ... More

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TreYsgawen Hall Country House Hotel (3.70 miles)

TreYsgawen Hall Country House Hotel
A luxuriously appointed Country House Hotel set in acres of secluded landscaped gardens, meadow and woodland just a short drive inland from the breathtaking east coast of the Isle of Anglesey. Built towards the end ... More | visit website
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Millpond Cottage (5.06 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 (5.71 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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Anglesey Arms (6.46 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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Hotel Plas Dinorwic (6.56 miles)

Hotel Plas Dinorwic

The Plas Dinorwic Resort has fine accommodation comprising of bedrooms, suites, cottages & public rooms at affordable prices. A family run business since the mid 90s, it has an informal and friendly atmosphere. With an ... More | visit website

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