Melin Llynon, Llanddeusant, Tref Alaw

A Wind powered Corn mill in the historic county of Anglesey, Wales.

Poster Image

Built 1775-1776. The cap ceased to be able to turn after storm damage in 1918 and the mill ceased working in the 1930s. Restoration began in 1979 and it was opened to the public as a visitor attraction in 1985. It is Grade II* Listed.

Full details

Alternative names Melin Llynnon, Llynnon Mill
Power source Wind
Mill type Tower mill
Mill functions Corn mill
Archive ID 8821
Location Llanddeusant, Tref Alaw
Historic county Anglesey
Country Wales
NGR SH 34051 85228
Latitude 53.33785762927314
Longitude -4.49390731177823



Barry Guise and George Lees, Windmills of Anglesey, 2nd edn (Scotforth Books, 2010), p. 148

Historic Wales Cadw Listed Buildings

Coflein, National Monuments Record of Wales

Ordnance Survey six-inch map, Anglesey VI.SW (1888)


Philip H Williams, August-October 2016.