Castell Bryn Gwyn

Castell Bryn Gwyn, Anglesey: Address, Phone Number, Castell Bryn Gwyn Reviews: 4/5

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apophisguard
Stoke-on-Trent, UK1,082 contributions
4 stars for here? I must have been to a different Castell Bryn Gwyn!
Sep 2020
How anyone can give this more than 1 star is beyond me. Seriously, I wasn't expecting to find Camelot or even a ruin, but the photos on here do it far too much justice. I love history, but unless you're going to do some archaeology here, give it a miss.

The only way I can recommend this site, is IF you just happen to be passing, and IF there is somewhere to park on the grass verge and you just MIGHT be looking for somewhere to have a picnic - then stop here. Otherwise - keep going!
Written September 17, 2020
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147mrso
England, UK97 contributions
2 sites - castell and standing stones
Aug 2020 • Couples
If you are into history, the castell is worth a visit - short walk through pretty hedgerows to get here (parking place for 1 or 2 cars on bank near site which is well signposted). A short drive away are Bryn Gwyn standing stones which are also worth a visit (parking spaces for 2 or 3 cars at side of road, very short walk through field - you can see them from the road).
Written August 20, 2020
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Phil S
Toddington, UK33 contributions
Looking for standing stones
Sep 2018 • Couples
We were looking for Bryn Gwyn standing stones when we stumbled across this site.
Not too much to see but an important archeological site none the less.
Not far away is Bryn Gwyn standing stones which are impressive.
Written September 28, 2018
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Tokyo J
Llanfairpwllgwyngyll, UK249 contributions
Ancient Neolithic Site
Jul 2018 • Solo
This was a hillfort in the past which was defended by a bank and ditch. It was apparently used as a henge as well and possibly a religious sanctuary. The circular banks and ditches covered in grass as still easy to see. The English translation means White Hill Castle. There is parking by the side of the road nearby only for a couple of cars though and it's only a short walk to this place.
Written August 10, 2018
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SleepingSnowLeopard
Sheffield, UK229 contributions
Bryn Gwyn Standing Stones and Castell Bryn Gwyn
Mar 2018 • Couples
We were able to park on an A road and have a gentle stroll to try and find these two archeological sites. We struggled to find both as they could really do with being more openly signposted. The 2 standing stones are sort of in a hedge border on the edge of the field and could easily be missed as they look both natural - and unnatural due to their size and bearing. I think these initially were part of a much larger arrangement. The Castell Bryn Gwyn site was more difficult to find as I think we went in round the back entrance, and it was also less accessible as we had to go over muddy ground and a high up style to get in. These sites aren't as impressive as many other sites we've visited as there's much less there, but it was nice to be able to find them.
Written April 2, 2018
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