Explore the picturesque offerings of Rhosneigr
A seaside village situated on Anglesey’s west coast offering an array of activities including watersports, fishing, golf, horse riding and walking and home to some fabulous bars, restaurants, cafes, ice-cream parlour and boutique shops.
Places to visit…
Winner of the European Blue Flag award since 2004, Benllech offers miles of sandy beaches and beautiful coastline and stunning views across the Irish Sea towards the Great Orme and Penmon Point.
Located on the beautiful Isle of Anglesey means that you are never far from a whole host of attractions on the Island and the surrounding area.
Places to Eat in Rhosneigr
Pop in to Sullivan’s for a warm welcome, a glass of wine or cold beer and a pretzel, read the newspapers listen to good music and unwind.
Mojo’s is a small Creperie Restaurant offering continental breakfasts, Lunches AND dinners. Booking is essential for evening visits.
The Oyster Catcher
Located by the sandy dunes of Rhosneigr, The Oyster Catcher is the ultimate beachside destination.
Scarlett’s Fish & Chip Shop
It wouldn’t be a trip to the seaside without Fish and Chips and Scarlett’s is the best voted in Rhosneigr according to TripAdvisor.
The White Eagle
The White Eagle’s reputation for fantastic food and drink stretched far and wide, it even appears in the 2014 Michelin Guide.
This absolute gem sits on the waterfront beside the Thomas Telford Bridge. The food is locally sourced and the speciality is pizza and seafood.
A 5 star pub and restaurant. The Seacroft can be found on Treaddur Bay where you can soak up the sunshine on the tiered decking after a walk along the coastal path.
The Marram Grass Cafe
A delightfully quirky restaurant, where all the food is homemade (even the mayo) and the staff are incredibly welcoming, attentive and friendly.
Catch 22 Brasserie
Opened in 2017 and already proving to be very popular offering Med-style dishes with Asian influences and Welsh twists !