Bryn Mechell Park

Llanfechell, Nr Cemaes Bay, Anglesey, LL68 0RG (view map)

Bryn Mechell is a small exclusive development suitable for the semi-retired. The park is situated in the beautiful village of Llanfechell near Cemaes Bay on the Anglesey coastline.

This park is a five-minute walk from a bus stop and a ten-minute walk from a post office in Llanfechell village. The village has its own local friendly pub Cefn Glas and is a popular walking destination due to its pastoral setting. The village lies just over a mile-and-a-half from Cemaes Bay which is a picturesque harbour village along the beautiful Anglesey coastline and is perfect for all beach activities including sailing and windsurfing.

Within the village there is a farm shop, local butcher, a mini-market, delicious ice-cream kiosks and local pubs. A short drive from Bryn Mechell leads you to the town of Amlwch which is deep-rooted in industrial history. The town has a range of local shops and bars and hosts a local market every Friday. It’s history can be explored through visiting the large copper mine of Parys Mountain or through a visit to the local railway museum.

The park is less than an hour car-journey distance from Snowdonia National Park- the largest national park in Wales which has amazing landscapes that attract thousands of visitors each year.

Park Facilities Include:

  • Pet friendly
  • Fully furbished lodges with hot tubs
  • For semi-retired and retired people
  • Five minute walk from bus stop
  • On-site WiFi