The Local Area
One mile away from Dafarn Rhos is the nearest village of Moelfre.
It is situated on the East coast of the Island of Anglesey and on the all Wales Coastal Path.
A small, pretty village with a central beach and several other little shingle beaches and coves around the village.
There are stunning views of Snowdonia and its mountain range across the sea and countryside.
Walking or sitting watch the many interesting coastal and ocean vessels; yachts, boats and ships sail by or see the dolphins and porpoises often seen from the beaches or the Coastal Path.
It was once a busy little fishing port. It has a very long maritime history including the tragic Royal Charter disaster in 1859, and then a 100 years later the heroic bravery of the Moelfre lifeboat crew saving all lives abroad the HV Hindlea
Visit the working lifeboat station or the RNLI Seawatch Centre; both open to the public.
Walk or stroll along the Coastal Path and admire the beauty of the coastline, sea and countryside surrounding the village. Take a moment to see the magnificent bronze memorial sculptures of Dick Evans and Royal Charter commemorative statue, as well as the Hindlea and Royal Charter monuments.
There is a pub, hotel, café, restaurant, village store with a post office, a wool shop, gift shop and fish and chip shop/café.
Car parks and toilets (seasonally open) are available.
A lovely interesting Welsh coastal village to visit any time of the year.
Dafarn Rhos is within the picturesque rural coastal area of Lligwy on the East coast of Anglesey.
Its beautiful countryside and coastline are a wonderful place to visit any time of year.
Within a 2 minutes’ walk of Dafarn Rhos is the all Wales Coastal Path which goes in two directions from the beach. One follows the cliff edge, across a shingle beach and headland to the village of Moelfre, the other along cliffs, coves and beaches to Dulas Estuary, where it turns inland up over a hill ending at the Pilot Boat Inn.
Within a 10 minute walk of Dafarn Rhos are 3 Ancient Monument sites; the ancient village known as Din Lligwy Hut Group, a Neolithic and early Bronze Age burial chamber and a derelict 16th Century church.
Mynydd Bodafon Mountain, the highest point on Anglesey, is 178 meters/587 feet high at the summit where you can enjoy the panoramic view across Lligwy and its beach, Dulas, Moelfre and the whole Island of Anglesey, Snowdonia and the Lleyn Peninsula. Follow the footpath and see the hut circles amongst the gorse.