“It’s very simple why kids are crazy about dinosaurs; dinosaurs are nature’s Special Effects.”R.T. Baker.
Despite having died out 65 million years ago, dinosaurs have held us spellbound since those very first bones were discovered. A visit to the incredible Stone Science Museum in Anglesey, is like lifting the lid of a historical, magical treasure chest: wherein all Earth’s beauty and mystery is waiting to be discovered by you and your family. There is so much to see and learn here in this family owned museum, boasting one of the largest collections of fossils in Wales. A mesmerising treasure trove of rare exhibits, native artefacts, minerals, fossils, shimmery crystals and stones, dinosaur and shark teeth, that will transfix young minds, and maybe light that tiny spark of fascination, that can then last a lifetime. It’s certainly a lifetime dedication undertaken by the wonderful, enigmatic owner, who’s knowledge knows no bounds.
What sets the Beachcomber Bar & Grill apart from other dining establishments is the genuine care and warmth exuded by its owners, Barry and Stephanie. Over the years, they have poured their hearts and souls into creating an atmosphere that goes beyond exceptional food.
This is such a haven for foodies and coffee lovers. Using locally sourced ingredients and catering for all allergies and dietary requirements, this destination is a wonderful choice to spend some quality time with some loved ones. *
Lon y Traeth Bed & Breakfast, located on the picturesque island of Anglesey, offers an unparalleled hospitality experience, one of the best I’ve seen, thanks to the warm embrace of Annie and her husband Gerry. Their dedication to creating a welcoming atmosphere is palpable from the moment guests step through the door.