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The south western corner of Anglesey, from the Afon Cefn estuary to the Menai Strait, was originally a huge system of shifting sand dunes. Between 1947 and 1965 about 1,700 acres of the dunes have been planted with conifers, the intention being to stabilise the dunes and protect the low lying homes and farmland around them from inundation by the sea. Many paths run through the dunes. The one pictured above runs along the eastern edge of the forest, marking the boundary between forest and Newborough Warren.

Newborough Forest, Anglesey
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Cottage at Penrhyn Mawr
  • Holiday Cottage
  • Sleeps 4, 1 bedroom
  • £450 to £600 per week
  • Pets welcome