Brynsiencyn, Anglesey, North Wales

As far as neolithic monuments are concerned, Brynsiencyn has much to offer. Castell Bryn Gwyn (White Hill Castle), just outside the village, is a ritual site dating as far back as 4000 BC. The site is close to the tallest standing stones in Wales, lying along Afon Braint, which dates from the Bronze Age as well as Bodowyr Burial Chamber, again dating back between 4000 - 2500 AD.  

If, however, heritage sites are not for you, then head to Foel Farm, the Anglesey Sea Zoo, or Halen Mon visitor centre for animal and underwater fun, and an insight into one of Anglesey’s very successful exports - Sea Salt.

There are plenty of walks taking in the attractive coastline and stunning views across to Caernarfon castle just beneath this little village.  

Nearby there are two great places to eat - The Outbuildings and The Marram Grass

Cottages in Brynsiencyn
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