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Quaint and cosy tea rooms

One of my favourite memories from my childhood, the windmill and especially the tea rooms, it was... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Jonathan B
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Manchester, United Kingdom
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Wind in the Sails

Llynnon Mill is a very well restored flower mill. A little off the beaten track but well worth... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
william1942
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Manchester, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

One of my favourite memories from my childhood, the windmill and especially the tea rooms, it was great to see that it is still prospering all these years on. I went for one of the hot ciabattas, which was great value for money considering how...More

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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Llynnon Mill is a very well restored flower mill. A little off the beaten track but well worth finding. I remember this mill from many years ago when it was just a pile of stones round a small tower. Thanks to the hard work of...More

Thank william1942
Reviewed 5 days ago

But if a trek to find it along little lanes but we'll worth it. Very interesting milk with an informative display in the mill and the history of milling. Outside are two roundhouses, one of which is set up as it might have been in...More

Thank jojoShrewsbury
Reviewed 1 week ago

This mill is great you get to see Iron Age houses all authentic a working windmill and able to buy the flour it produces there is a cafe you have to go up some stairs but there is a chair lift if you find stairs...More

Thank marymichael1970
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

There is a fee to enter the mill site, but it was well worth it. There is plenty of written information, presented in a manner to suit younger children. The ladders to walk to teh second and third floors in the mill were quite steep,...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Loved going inside the wind mill And seeing the Iron Age village Nice area to walk around too We didn't try the tea room so can't comment!

Thank elizabeth w
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

One not working wind mill with a few explanations, two rebuild huts and a ruined bakery. We had seen everything in less than 30 Minutes..All that was ok, but we have seen it elsewhere better or with no entry fee at all. Oh, I nearly...More

Thank Martin S
Reviewed 4 weeks 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 15 August 2018

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 11 August 2018

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

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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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