Anglesey Visitor

Llynnon Mill

Llynnon Mill at Llanddeusant is one of only two working mills which have survived on the Island. The other is Howell Mill (Melin Howell watermill). Once boasting around one hundred watermills and windmills to grind the grain into flour, Anglesey was known as the “Granary of Wales” because of the large quantities of barley and oats grown – more than in any other region of Wales. There is no finer place to enjoy a traditional Welsh tea or bread baked using the mill’s stoneground wholemeal flour. The Anglesey Craftworkers’ Guild Shop, situated below the tea room stocks an array of products crafted on the Island.

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