Welcome to Meusydd! Pronounced ‘Mayseethe’ meaning welsh for ‘fields’.
We enjoy living on and from the land, nestled in the village of Llanbedrgoch on the Isle of Anglesey (Ynys Mon). ‘The Mother of Wales’ and the last stronghold of the druids, she is steeped in ancient history, mythology and wild natural beauty. The Snowdon Mountain Range (Eryri) stand before the island, shimmering veins of milky quartz with golden beaches, sand dunes, rocks and forest hugging the rugged coastline. A precious isle to come and visit for work, rest and play.
Set in 11 acres and south facing, a number of different areas for wildlife, conservation and sustainable living are in establishment. To include; a crescent woodland, wild flower meadow, wetland marsh, ponds, a small coppice woodland, an orchard, a market garden, a herb garden and bee keeping. There is a small stream that issues from the land including the old village well and beautiful walks through tree tunneled drover ways, leading to sites of specific scientific interest (SSI and SSSI). It has been calculated that the hedgerows are approximately 800 years old with an abundance of wild food and hedgerow medicine. All of which encompass breath taking views of Snowdonia and Llyn Peninsula national park. We are located within a few minutes drive from the coastline and nearby towns, also served by bus routes (55, 62 and 63). Nearest train stations Bangor or Llanfair PG.