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    A Very Spacious & Modern Detached House Bounded By Marianglas Common With Lovely Aspects To Both Front & Rear With Fine Sea & Countryside Views. The Property Is Set Within A Sought After & ... read more

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Living in Marianglas: the local area guide

Marianglas is a small village on the Isle of Anglesey, the largest island of Wales, located off the north-west coast of mainland Wales in the Irish Sea. It is the largest island surrounding Great Britain outside of Scotland and is a historic county of Wales. Nearly three quarters of its residents speak Welsh, testifying to its proud Welsh culture and identity.

Marianglas lies just off the A5025 between the larger villages of Moelfre to the north and Benllech to the south. The village itself is a community of beautiful homes nestled among the open countryside of Wales, entirely residential and peaceful. It is the only post town in the parish of Llaneugrad, and about one mile to the north-east is the beautiful bay of Traeth Bychan, with a classically Welsh sand beach backed by rocky green cliffs.

For all the other necessities of life, including shopping, eating, schooling, entertainment and the like, Moelfre and Benllech provide all the staples for the area. Other lovely beaches are nearby, including Lligwy Beach to the north of Moelfre and the European Blue Flag beach along the headlands of Benllech to the south.


Among Anglesey’s 69,751 inhabitants, the ward of Llanddyfnan accounts for 1,315, and Llaneugrad accounts for about 273 as of the 2001 census. Over 99% of residents are white British, with main occupations being Managers and Senior Officials, Associate Professional & Technical and Skilled Trades.

Nearly one third of Llanddyfnan’s residents identify as Welsh, and the majority of residents are fluent in both Welsh and English. Most residents are between 35-74 years, and of those, most work either from home or under 20 kilometres away. Primary industries include Human Health and Social Work, Education, Wholesale and Retail Trade and Public Administration and Defence.

Overall, the Index of Multiple Deprivation places Llanddyfnan at better than 72% of areas in Wales, with the highest individual scoring factors being Community Safety (92%), Living Environment (86%), Education (78%) and Health (77%). This indicates an excellent quality of life in Marianglas and its surrounding communities.


In all of Anglesey, there are 47 primary schools, 5 secondary schools and 1 specialist school. Though there is no longer a school in the immediate area, Moelfre Community School in Moelfre and Ysgol Goronwy Owen in Benllech are two primaries within easy reach of Marianglas, both under two miles away and within two to three minutes by bus. These schools have only 68 and 116 pupils respectively, each with capacity for more.

The secondary school for the catchment area, Ysgol Syr Thomas Jones, is only seven miles away in Amlwch, which takes around 11 minutes by car and 23 minutes by bus, so is within very reasonable distance. There are 553 pupils on the school’s current roll, and it covers ages 11-18.


The nearest mainline railway stations are half an hour away by bus in Bangor and 20 minutes away in Llanfairpwllgwyngyll. Bangor is 12.7 miles away by car and Llanfairpwllgwyngyll only 10 miles away. Most residents, therefore, get around by car, without much need to travel very far for work or school.

Amenities and shopping

While Marianglas is a quiet, residential area with no shops of its own, there is plenty to do, see and shop. The nearby bay of Traeth Bychan is a popular yet quiet beach along the Anglesey Coastal Path for walking enthusiasts and members of the Red Wharf Bay Sailing and Water Sports Club. Here, there is a small café and beach shop.

A few minutes away, Benllech offers an excellent range of shops and amenities, including several pubs, restaurants, hotels, bed and breakfasts, a library, a surgery, a chemist, a community centre, several churches, police and fire stations and a tennis court and bowling green. There are also several grocery markets, including Tesco and Co-operative.


Whilst every effort has been taken to ensure the above information is up to date, some inaccuracies may occur. If you notice any inaccuracies please contact

All information was correct at time of publication and is provided in good faith.


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