Places of Interest: Llynnon Mill

Anglesey was once known as the “Granary of Wales” because of the large quantities of barley and oats grown here – more than in any other region of Wales.

Address:  Llanddeusant, Anglesey

Tel: 01407 730797 (Oriel Ynys Môn Heritage Gallery: 01248 724444)

Open: Easter – September, 11.00 – 17.00, Monday – Sunday and Bank Holiday Mondays. At other times by appointment.

Mills were built to grind the grain into flour and the island once boasted around one hundred watermills and windmills. Only two working mills survive today, Melin Llynnon and Melin Howell watermill.

There is no finer place to enjoy a traditional Welsh tea than the Llynnon tea room next door to the famous mill at Llanddeusant. Fine traditional home cooking can be enjoyed in beautiful surroundings and a varied menu can be sampled (as well as good old fashioned wholemeal flour, straight from the mill).

The Anglesey Craftworkers’ Guild Shop, situated below the tea room, stocks an array of products crafted on the Isle of Anglesey.

Melin Llynon Bread

  • baked by Williams Bakery, Cemaes
  • for sale at the mill
  • bread baked using the mill’s stoneground wholemeal flour
  • available every Saturday and Sunday 23rd July to 4th September
  • telephone orders taken