Fern Hill, Mynydd Mechell Amlwch Isle of Anglesey LL68 0TE
phone: 01407 710768
Greenway BENLLECH Isle of Anglesey LL74 4TL
phone: 01248 852467
61 Craig-Y-Don Benllech Isle of Anglesey LL74 8TB
phone: 01248 853491
Historically, Anglesey was known as MÔn Mam Cymru as it produced the bulk of the grain that fed the rest of Wales.
Although no longer the bread basket of Wales, the Isle of Anglesey continues to be a plentiful producer of traditional handcrafted products. Anglesey Craftworkers Guild was formed to encompass these skills and they are branded for their quality with a symbol which is derived from the Islands long-standing title.
Tradition lives on in the supply of quality handcrafted goods earmarked for you.
Brynsiencyn Isle of Anglesey LL61 6TQ
phone: 01248 730213
We believe that Halen Mon is a basic necessity in any food lovers life. Our unique mix of family, environment, craft and technology has proven to be highly successful on every level from production to pleasure.
Bethel Bodorgan Isle of Anglesey LL62 5NW
phone: 01407 840237
18th century farm buildings housing a craft centre specialising in needlecraft
Brynrefail Dulas Isle of Anglesey LL70 9PJ
phone: 01248 410678
Amlwch Isle of Anglesey LL68 9TG
phone: 01407 831138
MÔn Caravans is a family run business operating in Anglesey for over 25 years. Offering a personal service combined with local knowledge of all available sites on the Island of Anglesey and in North Wales.
Llansadwrn Menai Bridge Isle of Anglesey LL59 5SR
phone: 01248 810833
This unique guide offers all kinds of useful inofrmation for tourists and islanders alike, and is packed with anecdotes and observations.
Plas Lon Las Menai Bridge Isle of Anglesey LL59 5EA
phone: 01248 430190
Self-catering holiday properties in Anglesey and North Wales. Cottages, apartments, manor houses - every type of accommodation for your needs.
Plas Coedana Farm Llanerch y medd Isle of Anglesey LL71 8AA
phone: 01248 470387 or 07765024317
We set up Beef Direct in 2000 because we were fed up of being taken for a ride by the supermarkets that dictated prices to the abattoirs for their beef and lamb. As Farmers Markets were starting to become popular, we literally took the bull by the horns and decided to have a go at selling our own Welsh Black beef and Welsh lamb. Apart for the period of the foot and mouth outbreak we have not looked back since!
Photography: Edwards of Conwy, Conwy Fine Wines; © Crown copyright (2009) Visit Wales
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