About Tyn Llain

Tyn Llain is a 3 bedroom B & B situated just 5 minutes from the sea. Nestling in a peaceful rural location, the house sits in a 6 acre small holding, where guests are free to wander or to sit and enjoy a glass of wine whilst enjoying the peace and quiet.

Tyn Llain is situated between Cemaes and Church Bay. We aim to provide a peaceful, relaxing stay on Anglesey with easy access to the coast, fantastic walking, local attractions and great places to eat.

Anglesey’s unspoilt coast and landscapes have been declared an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). With 135 miles of pathway around the island’s coastline and its magnificent beaches, Anglesey is a walker’s paradise.

If walking isn’t your thing what better way to experience the natural beauty of Anglesey than by boat? Be it a leisurely cruise up the Menai Strait or a thrilling trip on the World’s fastest rib experience.

Anglesey is also a haven for twitchers, with puffins at South Stack and Puffin island, terns at Cemlyn and Tyn Llain itself playing host to marsh harriers, buzzards and kestrels.

Our Breakfasts

Our breakfasts are included and consist of a full Welsh breakfast (using the best local sausages and bacon and eggs laid by our own hens) alongside other alternatives such as smoked salmon and scrambled eggs or omelettes. We offer a variety of fruit, yoghurt and cereals on the breakfast table, alongside fresh fruit juice and teas or coffee. We also offer vegetarian and gluten free options.

Sleep Well!

Our beds our luxury king size Hypnos beds, made up with high thread count linen.

Plan Your Stay

You can plan your stay using our books and maps, which you are free to borrow. In the evenings enjoy some of the clearest night skies in Wales and listen to the owls. Please feel free to bring your own wine etc. We are happy to provide glasses and ice buckets as we do not have an alcohol licence.

Our Location

Tyn Llain is only half an hour from the ferry port at Holyhead. It is close to Cemaes Bay, the most northerly village in Wales, where you may witness incredible sunsets along with occasional sightings of the Northern Lights. Anglesey has some of Wales’ darkest skies. Perfect for gazing at the stars!

Mynydd Mechell is a peaceful rural location close to sandy beaches and local attractions. It is within easy reach of Cemlyn Bay Nature Reserve, Parys Mountain and the pretty village of Cemaes Bay. Day trips to Ireland depart from Holyhead, whilst Snowdonia National Park, with its exhilarating range of outdoor pursuits, is easily accessible. You will find superb walking and excellent golf courses nearby.