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On what is probably the highest point of Llanddwyn Island stands the huge St Dwynwen's cross, hewn from stone. Dwnwen is the Welsh patron saint of lovers, and her day - 25th January - is still marked by some in Wales by the sending of cards and flowers. The cross is inscribed 'On the sixtieth year of Queen Victoria', which I take as a clue that it was erected in 1879.

St Dwynwen's Cross, Llanddwyn
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Cottage at Penrhyn Mawr
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  • Sleeps 4, 1 bedroom
  • £450 to £600 per week
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