Talwrn is a small village between the county town of Llangefni and Pentraeth on the Isle of Anglesey, north Wales. Talwrn is most notable for the Grade II-listed 16th-century manor house of Plas Llanddyfnan,[1] which lies just to the north of the hamlet. Plas Llanddyfnan is a Queen Anne manor house from the early 18th century. Plas Llanddyfnan was owned by seven generations of the Griffiths family.[2]

Talwrn in August 2007

To the west and south of Talwrn are a number of unimproved fields which have been designated as a site of special scientific interest because of the botanical assemblage supported on the neutral grassland and mire.[3]


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Coordinates: 53°16′10″N 4°16′26″W / 53.2694°N 4.2739°W / 53.2694; -4.2739