About Us

Nicky and Russ moved to Tyn Llain in October 2016 and have converted the 19th century farmhouse into a B&B. We have employed local tradespeople in the renovation project and have sourced materials, fixtures and fittings locally wherever possible. Likewise, our breakfast ingredients are sourced locally, with award winning sausages and bacon. Our marmalade is home made and eggs from our own hens.

Russ moved from the West Midlands to Anglesey in October 2016 and began work on converting Tyn Llain into a B&B.

The house has now been completely renovated to provide three individualised bedrooms with ensuites, along with a pretty dining area.

Tyn Llain is a six acre small holding and is home to pigs,chickens and sheep alongside the cats. The breakfast eggs come from the resident hens. Bread,cakes and marmalade are homemade and most other breakfast ingredients are locally produced,including award winning sausages and bacon from Cemaes.

By sharing Tyn Llain with our guests we are happy to give others the opportunity to experience what we have come to love in the wonderful scenery and relaxing setting that we are lucky enough to call home.