How to reach us

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    By car

    Travelling West on the A55: Cross onto Anglesey over the Britannia Bridge. Take the exit literally at the end of the bridge (it has a NT acorn logo on it and signed also for Beaumaris and Menai Bridge), fork left off the slip road. Continue on this road past a sharp left bend and then take the next left on to the A4080 past Plas Newydd NT on your left, on past Hooton’s farm shop on right and into village of Brynsiencyn. Drive through the village passing the shop on your right follow road round a sharp right bend, past a large chapel on your right, the road drops down, very sharp left hand bend, take the next right on to small lane – there is a little brown sign saying ‘Bodowyr and Caer Leb’.
    Continue along this lane for about half a mile, until you reach a junction. Turn left and immediately right, past the red post box. Past the Gatehouse Boarding Kennels, up the hill and then the road flattens. Past another brown sign for Bodowyr Burial Chamber with a pull in for parking. The next entrance on the right about 20yards from the burial chamber, you will see the sign The Outbuildings on the stone gate post. Drive down and turn left in to the parking area, we will be around to welcome you. Travelling from Holyhead: Take the A55 towards Bangor and take the Llangefni and Pentre Berw exit (Junction 6), up the slip road and take the third exit off the roundabout signposted Pentre Berw and Gaerwen.
    On to the next roundabout, and take the exit for Pentre Berw and Gaerwen, you will pass a sign for Nant Yr Odyn Hotel. Carry along this straight road, into the 40 MPH pass the garden centre and take the right turning on to the B4419, signposted for Llangaffo and Newborough. Travel along this road into Llangaffo village. At the shop turn left down the hill, up the other side and just before the top, turn left (mirror on the junction) continue slowly along this road, past a small holding on your left, banks of grass on either side of the road and past a bungalow on your right. Carry on round the sharp bend and on for about 100yards. The Outbuildings is on your left – there is a sign on the gate stone. NB Sat Nav will take you to a bungalow called Llwyn Cerios. If you arrive there and the house is on your left turn round. Round the sharp left bend with farm gate on the left and we are 20 yards or so on the left – you will see the sign.

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    By train

    The nearest station is Bangor, within easy reach of London. Bangor station is just a 15 minute taxi ride away, or alternatively you can book a hire car and arrange for it to be waiting at the station for you.

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    By plane

    If you are travelling from South Wales, City Wing operates a twice-daily service from Cardiff to Anglesey Airport at Valley – a 25 minute taxi ride from The Outbuildings.

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    By ferry

    The port of Holyhead, with regular sailings from Dublin and Dun Laoghaire is a 30 minute car journey away.