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Built in 1731 by Sir Arthur Owen, the single span stone bridge over the Afon Ffraw at Aberffraw is a particularly well preserved example of an early road bridge. Now a scheduled ancient monument, it can be crossed on foot, but isn't open to vehicles. It was superceded by a larger bridge just upstream in 1932, which has itself since been rebuilt.

Old River Bridge at Aberffraw
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Maes-Y-Ceirchdir
Newborough
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  • Static Caravan
  • Sleeps 4, 2 bedrooms
  • £350 to £400 per week
  • Pets welcome