New Paths opened up around Llyn Alaw

Exciting news, plans to construct and open up old paths around Llyn Alaw are underway. Thirty years ago when Llyn Alaw was a recreational area, about a third of the perimeter was avaliable for walking on dedicated paths. When the classification of the reservoir was changed and the visitors center closed down, the paths became underused and overgrown. But all that is changing fast, all the old paths have been cleared, and plans afoot to construct new paths. This year, if all goes to plan, hopefully it will be able to walk the circumference of the lake. The work is … Continue reading New Paths opened up around Llyn Alaw

A view from above.

Photography by Michael Griffiths. This is an interesting view of the Bodnolwyn Wen site. The body of water is Llyn Alaw the five mile reservoir. The rectangular field at 4 o clock between two groups of buildings is the site of Anglesy Log Cabins.  As can be seen it is a short walk to explore the reservoir, walks are easy either side of the lower dam, central in the frame. Continue reading A view from above.

Fishing opportunities on Anglesey

Llyn Alaw is not avaliable at present for fishing. This has been a great disappointment.In an effort to provide other fishing opportunities we have been lucky enough to have the following extensive details. These have been very kindly compiled and offered by Richard Edwards. Thank you very much Richard, this is a valuable resource and one that will be of immense interest to all the anglers staying at the BodnolWyn Wen cabins. Thanks also to FISHING OPPORTUNITIES CYMYRAN BEACH I remember walking down there once from RAF Valley on the West Anglesey coast and found the car park under … Continue reading Fishing opportunities on Anglesey