Opening times for 4 December 2023
Asset Opening time Tŷ | House Closed Gardd | Garden Closed Siop | Shop Closed Caffi’r Hen Laethdy | Old Dairy Cafe Closed Ciosg yr Ystafell Haul | Sun room kiosk Closed
Mae mynediad olaf i'r Tŷ am 2.30yp. Gall amseroedd agor Ciosg yr Haul amrywio. Last admission to the House is at 2.30pm. Sunroom Kiosk opening times may vary.MTWTFSS2728293012345678910111213141516171819202122232425262728293031
Mae Caffi'r Hen Laethdy ger y maes parcio, y siop a'r dderbynfa ymwelwyr. Diodydd poeth ac oer, prydau ysgafn a chacennau ar gael. Lle i eistedd y tu mewn a'r tu allan | Old Dairy Cafe located next to car park, shop & visitor reception. Serving hot and cold drinks, light bites and cakes. Indoor and outdoor seating.
Mae Siop yr Hen Laethdy ger y maes parcio, y caffi a'r dderbynfa ymwelwyr | Old Dairy shop located next to car park, cafe and visitor reception.
Llefydd parcio i bobl anabl ger y dderbynfa ymwelwyr | Accessible parking available next to visitor reception.
Nesaf at y maes parcio a ger mynedfa'r Tŷ | Located next to the car park and near the House entrance.
Mae croeso i gŵn ar dennyn byr ym mhob rhan o'r gerddi, ac eithrio'r terasau Eidalaidd oherwydd y gwaith plannu manwl yn yr ardal honno | Dogs on short leads are welcome in all areas of the gardens, except for the Italianate terraces due to the precise planting in this area.
Accessible path route but some steep gradients. Adapted toilet in the Old Dairy Café. Volunteer run buggy service.
Accessible route and/or map
Mae llwybrau hygyrch i'w gweld ar daflen y safle ac i'w lawrlwytho o'r wefan | Accessible routes are available on our property leaflet and to download from the website.
Level access to food outlet
Mae toiledau hygyrch ger maes parcio'r ymwelwyr, yn yr Hen Laethdy | Accessible toilets are located next to the visitor car park in the Old Dairy.
Level access to shop
Mae mannau codi a gollwng wrth ymyl y Tŷ | Pick up and drop off points adjacent to the House.
Mae llwybrau gwastad i'w cael o gwmpas y tiroedd. Rhagor o wybodaeth ar fap y safle | Level access routes available around the grounds, more information available in the property map.
Mae dolenni sain ar gael wrth bob til | Induction loops available at all till points.
Mae arwyddion o gyffordd 7 a 8a ar y A55, neu A4080 Ffordd Brynsiencyn. Trowch yr A5 i ffwrdd ar ben gorllewinol pont Britannia | Signposted from junction 7 and 8a of A55, or A4080 to Brynsiencyn. Turn off A5 at west end of Britannia Bridge.
Parking: am ddim, 60 llath | free, 60 yards
Llanfairpwll 1¾ milltir | 1¾ miles
Mae bws llwybr 42 o Fangor i Langefni (pasio gorsaf Bangor a ger gorsaf Llanfairpwll) yn stopio ar ffordd Brynsiencyn, ger y maes parcio | The 42 bus route from Bangor to Llangefni (passes Bangor train station and near Llanfairpwll train station) stops on the Brynsiencyn road, near the car park.
NCN8, ¼ milltir | ¼ mile Gwybodaeth am lwybr beicio | Cycle route information
Plas Newydd is a two pawprint rated place. Tails will be wagging with excitement as we welcome your dog to the garden and grounds. Explore the Rhododendron Garden, Camellia Dell, Arboretum and Church Wood.
Take a look at the map of Plas Newydd House and Garden to help plan your visit.
Plas Newydd is home to the Marquess of Anglesey. It houses Rex Whistler’s famous 58-foot mural and numerous works of art.
Explore the untold story of the 5th Marquess in the 'All that was left' exhibition.
The Grade I listed landscape consists of 40 acres of garden and 129 acres of woodland and parkland.
The Old Dairy Café offer a selection of drinks, cakes, bakes and lunches for you to enjoy. The Sunroom Kiosk down by the House offers a range of drinks and snacks. Please note opening times may vary.
The Old Dairy shop offers a variety of gifts, homeware, local produce and seasonal items. You can find gifts for all occasions at Plas Newydd.
Find your sense of adventure in Dairy Wood. Explore the playground or enjoy a game of frisbee golf.
Plas Newydd offers the best chance to see spot a squirrel. Find a seat and look out for them on your visit.
Why not venture to the Rhododendron garden. Follow the path for a half-mile to this secluded part of the garden.
Whether you’re visiting with children or grandchildren there’s plenty to keep the whole family entertained at Plas Newydd. Explore the Dairy wood to find our adventure play area, have a go at a game of Frisbee Golf or take a trip to the Treehouse and enjoy some time as a family in the Arboretum.
Discover the hidden corners of a garden full of delights during every season. Grade 1 listed, Plas Newydd has 40 acres of garden and 129 acres of woods and parkland to explore.
Explore the ancestral family home of the Marquess of Anglesey, view Rex Whistler's famous mural and learn about the building and conservation work to safeguard the house.
Have you ever seen a red squirrel in the wild? Plas Newydd on Anglesey has over 100. Come for a walk and see these amazing creatures in their natural habitat.
Discover crisp winter views on a walk around the garden. Warm up with music and our festive menu in the café or browse our unique gifts to continue your Christmas shopping.
The café and kiosk offer a chance to stop for a hot drink and snack, light lunches and freshly baked cakes, whilst the shop has plenty of gifts and treats to try.
Discover the hidden corners of Plas Newydd on a walking trail packed full of stunning views over the Menai Strait, the Faenol and Snowdonia.
This easy trail around Plas Newydd's grounds offers fun for the whole family, including a treehouse and adventure playground, against the backdrop of Snowdonia and the Menai Strait.
This Georgian house retains much of its original character and looks out over Llanlleiana Bay.
A cosy farmhouse, a few minutes’ walk from the wild, rugged coastal path and a pretty seaside town with a sandy beach
Gyda sbarc o gwmpas y lle, mwynhewch Ginio Nadolig yng Nghaffi’r Hen laethdy ym Mhlas Newydd y Nadolig hwn. | With sparkle all around, enjoy a Christmas Festive Lunch at the Old Dairy Café at Plas Newydd this Christmas.
Os ydych eisiau cyfarfod ffrindiau newydd, neu rhoi cynnig ar rywbeth gwahanol, gallai Parkrun Iau fod yr union beth i chi. | Whether you want meet new friends, or want to try something different, Parkrun Junior could be just the thing for you.
Plas Newydd is an enchanting mansion and gardens, with spectacular views of Snowdonia and the Menai Strait. Home of the Marquess of Anglesey, its previous historic residents include the 1st Marquess, who lost his leg during the Battle of Waterloo, and the flamboyant 5th Marquess. This elegant 18th century house is an interesting mixture of classical and Gothic which also boasts Rex Whistler’s 58-foot mural.
The Grade I-listed gardens include the Italianate Terrace, Rhododendron Garden and Australasian Arboretum. Perfect for enjoying an outdoor adventure, garden highlights include a hand-built treehouse, nature hides, Frisbee™ golf course, playground and resident red squirrels.
Plas Newydd has seen many changes, transformed from a Victorian 'party house' to the comfortable family home that you see today.
Discover the fascinating story of ‘the dancing Marquess’ who turned the family chapel at Plas Newydd into a theatre and squandered his inheritance on elaborate costumes.
Rex Whistler was a talented young artist who was commissioned to paint a magnificent mural in the Dining Room at Plas Newydd, becoming a friend of the family.
From Italian Terraces and a rhododendron garden to the Australasian arboretum and extensive woodland, discover more about how our team of gardeners and volunteers care for this Grade I listed garden at Plas Newydd.
New research and revelations about the 5th Marquess of Anglesey inspires a new exhibition at Plas Newydd
For the first time, the history of the 5th Marquess of Anglesey is shared throughout the house at Plas Newydd through an emotive exhibition. ‘All that was left’ tells the story of Henry Cyril Paget and the Great Anglesey Sales which saw all he had owned, sold to pay his debts.