History, tourist information, and nearby accommodation
HERITAGE HIGHLIGHTS: The only working windmill in Wales
The mill is fascinating, but there is more to see at Llynnon; next to the mill is a recreated prehistoric village which aims to show how people lived in the area about 3000 years ago. There are two large thatched roundhouses furnished with the sort of household implements and tools that Iron Age inhabitants would have used in their daily lives.
Beside the site is a woodland area planted with species of trees that would have been used at that time. A short walk from the mill leads to a restored bakery, and a longer 3 mile walking trail leads from Llynnon to nearby Howell Watermill.
As of this writing the milll is open Easter to September, 11am-5pm daily and bank holiday Mondays, but please check the official website for current times before making a trip! There is a small admission charge.
About Llynnon Mill
Address: Llanddeusant, Llanddeusant, Isle of Anglesey, Gwynedd, Wales, LL65 4AB
Attraction Type: Historic Building
Location: On a minor road just west of Llanddeusant village. The mill is well signposted.
Website: Llynnon Mill
Llynnon Mill Photos
Photo Credit: David Ross and Britain Express
NEARBY HISTORIC ATTRACTIONS
Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest
Tregwehelydd Standing Stone - 1.3 miles (Prehistoric Site)
Soar Standing Stone - 1.5 miles (Prehistoric Site)
Presaddfed Burial Chamber - 2.7 miles (Prehistoric Site)
Llanbadrig Church - 5.3 miles (Historic Church)
Trefignath Burial Chamber - 5.8 miles (Prehistoric Site)
Ty Mawr Standing Stone - 6 miles (Prehistoric Site)
Caer Gybi - 6 miles (Roman Site)
Holyhead, St Cybi - 6.2 miles (Historic Church)
Nearest Accommodation to Llynnon Mill:
Nearest Self Catering Cottages
Nearest Bed and Breakfasts
Nearest Tourist Information Centre ('as the crow flies')