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The best toasted bara brith on Anglesey

Easy enough to spot as you can see it for miles, not so easy to get to as roads on Anglesey appear... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Philip C
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Cockermouth, United Kingdom
A pleasant meal in a delightful setting

We visited the mill in the hope that it would present some photographic opportunities and in this... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Mike and Pat O
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Macclesfield, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

We visited here during the week and found the drinks and food to be disappointing. We ordered a banana milkshake but when this came it just felt like a glass of milk that had had a banana dipped in it. The hot chocolate also felt...More

Thank acw77
Reviewed 1 week ago

Easy enough to spot as you can see it for miles, not so easy to get to as roads on Anglesey appear to exist in several parallel dimensions! Mind you nowhere on Anglesey is actually where it is shown on the map, one of the...More

Thank Philip C
Reviewed 1 week ago

Having passed this lovely mill several times before we decided that we must visit it to support its success, we had no difficulty parking but found it unclear how to enter the attraction so went through the closed gift shop door. Inside there were plenty...More

1  Thank Andy P
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We visited the mill in the hope that it would present some photographic opportunities and in this we were not disappointed. We decided to have lunch at the attached cafe and if anything this was the highlight of our visit. In comfortable and interesting surroundings...More

1  Thank Mike and Pat O
MelinLlynnonMill, Owner at Llynnon Mill, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Thankyou for your kind words!! But that doesn’t seem to be our place - our quiches are lovely and homemade too but served with a bigger salad and homemade coleslaw and chutney served in pots! Aren’t you lucky to have two lovely quiches while on...More

Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Spent a few hours in a lovely part of Ynys Môn far away from the crowds with a great tea room and an amazing windmill and beautiful nature walk. Suited all the kids (ages 2-10) and kept them captivated either looking at the mill, the...More

Thank Charlotte C
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

I really don’t know where to start writing this review as everything was absolutely perfect until the very end hence the poor rating. I had messaged Llynnon Mill as I wanted to buy a voucher for afternoon tea and book an afternoon tea - had...More

5  Thank Titchytom
MelinLlynnonMill, Owner at Llynnon Mill, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Hi I’m really sorry about what happened when your parents visited, it was a total misunderstanding and mistake, as you can probably understand occasionally happens in a busy establishment. I, the owner, or any of the staff had no idea that this afternoon tea was...More

Reviewed 4 weeks ago

A great place to visit a working windmill. Lovely quiet location. You can go into the windmill and climb up to the top. Sensible footwear recommended. Its a self guided tour with various bilingual information boards. Also two round houses illustrating how flour was previously...More

Thank helen o
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

This would be our third return trip to the windmill on Anglesey. It’s a beautiful place and very interesting to see a working windmill, although sadly it wasn’t turning on the day due to technical probs. It has been well restored with good info about...More

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Reviewed 13 July 2018 via mobile

My girlfriend and I was staying in Anglesey BnB Escape a few miles down the road and we were advised to take a stroll to the mill. Beautiful place and lovely food. The staff were lovely and friendly and gave us a slice of a...More

2  Thank A TripAdvisor Member
Reviewed 26 June 2018

We just visited the tearooms and the shop, not the round houses. The tearooms were upstairs above the shop and were nicely decorated. It was a cool, wet, summer's day, but there were a number of customers. The food was good, and the staff were...More

1  Thank Charles S
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Kathy H
25 September 2015|
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Response from MelinLlynnonMill | Property representative |
No sorry, Anglesey Council don't allow dogs on their sites, thankyou, but are welcome in the car park, and the tearooms can provide you with cold water in a bowl.
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sueflintshire
10 May 2015|
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Response from MelinLlynnonMill | Property representative |
Hello, thankyou for your interest. Hopefully your guests would enjoy their visit here, you could spend 2-3 hours here possibly. On arrival you could pay in the shop, that sells extensive local crafts, to enter the working... More
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