Town to stay in: Brynsiencyn

 

A small village south of Llanfairpwll, Brynsiencyn is home to a number of interesting visitor attractions: a sea zoo, riding centre, animal farm attraction – an ideal short break and family holiday destination. You will have a wonderful day here, our Links list will help you find out what Brynsiencyn is to offer.

Anglesey Sea Zoo has a live collection of sea-life from around the area and includes touch pools, fish forests and a baby lobster farm.

Foel Farm Park is a popular place for children to find out about farm animals. The are tractor rides, animal feeding, a chocolate factory, cafe and shop.

Nearby you can go pony trekking at Tal y Foel Riding Stables, visit Anglesey Bird World, or Anglesey ModelVillage – the choice is yours.

 

Anglesey Sea Zoo

 

 

Enjoy a wonderful day out at Anglesey’s under cover, underwater attraction.

Address: Brynsiencyn, Anglesey. LL61 6TQ

Tel: 01248 430411; fax: 01248 430213

E-mail: info@angleseyseazoo.co.uk

 

Foel Farm Park and Chocolate Farm

Fun on the Farm – family fun for all especially the children. Feed the animals (20p/bag) under cover and outside. Bottle feed newborn lambs in spring and early summer.

Address: Brynsiencyn, Anglesey LL61 6TQ

Tel: 01248 430646 Fax: 01248 430066

E-mail: foel.farm@virginnet.co.uk

Open: March1 – November 2nd – daily, 10.30 – 17.30; November 3 – February 28 – Saturday and Sunday, 11.00 – 17.00

Location: Off the A4080 – follow the brown signs outside Brynsiencyn.

Ancient Monuments:

The area around Brynsiencyn has been inhabited for thousands of years, as evidenced by the wealth of historic remains and finds at three major sites. A sizeable earthwork enclosure, Caer Leb , is found just outside Brynsiencyn, on the lane northwest to Bodowyr , where coins and pottery from the third and fourth centuries have been unearthed. Further along this lane is the Bodowyr Burial Chamber , a Neolithic tomb. To the west is another earthwork enclosure, Castell Bryngwyn , where remains have been found from the Neolithic period and the Bronze Age.