Castell Bryn Gwyn / Bryn Gwyn Castle, Llanfairpwllgwyngyll, Anglesey Open Daily. Free Admission

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Details

Accessibility:

The grass-covered site is accessed via a level farm track from the A4050 road, which has 2 off-road parking places.

Brief description:

Not a castle but a CADW-operated Neolithic-origin Circular Bank earthwork, dating from the Iron Age, where Roman pottery has also been found.

Address:

Bryn-Gwyn Castle, Llanfairpwllgwyngyll, Anglesey LL61 6UT

Email:

N/A

Phone:

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Website:

https://cadw.gov.wales/daysout/castell-bryn-gwyn/?lang=en

Directions:

Situated about 1 mile west of Brynsiencyn village. From A4050 park in layby to the west of the bus stop and Tre-Dryw turning, and then walk north on foot for about 500yards/metres on a shale track at Brown tourist signage for the Castell Bryn Gwyn / Bryn Gwyn Castle.

Opening Times:

Daily 10.00 to 16.00

Transport:

There is a bus stop on the A4050 road, as shown in one of our photos and as described above in Directions.  For more travel information go to www.traveline.info or call 0800 46 40 000

Amenities:

None

Nearest town is Llanfairpwllgwyngyll which has some amenities, including RADAR-key-operated Disability Toilet at the Car Park by the Post Office.

Traveline Cymru

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