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


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-Cymru.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.