Penrhos Country Park

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Penrhos Country Park (also known as Penrhos Coastal Park) (grid reference SH2781) is a country park in Britain. It lies near Holyhead, on the island of Anglesey. The park attracts approximately 100,000 visitors each year.[1] It was opened in 1971 on the former Penrhos estate which was formerally owned by the Stanley family and at the time of opening the Anglesey Aluminium company.

It is adjacent to the A55, on the Anglesey Coastal Path and also adjoins Beddmanarch Bay.


  1. ^ "Penrhos Coastal Park | Explore woods | The Woodland Trust". Retrieved 23 January 2017.

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Coordinates: 53°17′51″N 4°35′51″W / 53.29763°N 4.59737°W / 53.29763; -4.59737