The Giants Stepping Stones

We are lucky enough to have use of my nana’s lovely holiday home in Trearddur Bay, Anglesey. Anglesey is a little gem, way underrated in my opinion, until you visit, then it steals your heart (or it did mine, Robs and definately our dog Milo’s). Each time we visit, we try to explore a new part of the island.

 

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I came across a picture of these stepping stones on Pinterest and HAD to visit. There’s not much information about the stepping stones on google including how to find them so I wanted my first blog to be that! (you’re welcome).

For a short walk, park in the Marram Grass Cafe car park (LL61 6RS). “That’s cheeky” I hear you say, well yes it is! which is why you need to treat yourself to a drink or something to eat at the cafe, which you will also thank me for. Despite looking like a big shed (I think it’s the local campsites old shower cubicles), The Marram Grass has appeared on a few TV programmes, has won many awards (including ‘The Food Awards 2016’ finalist) and is cosy and relaxed inside with a menu to die for using the best local produce.

 I had lobster bisque soup with soda bread and olive butter which was divine!

I had lobster bisque soup with soda bread and olive butter which was divine!

After you have indulged, head to the main road and turn right. After about 200m, turn right opposite a bus stop down a long lane (sign says No Unauthorised Vehicles) beside a farm. Head straight down the lane as far as you can go for about 15 minutes, through a gate in the middle of two white houses and finally through another gate at the end of the path. The steps are right there! Easy!

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After you have indulged, head to the main road and turn right. After about 200m, turn right opposite a bus stop down a long lane (sign says No Unauthorised Vehicles) beside a farm. Head straight down the lane as far as you can go for about 15 minutes, through a gate in the middle of two white houses and finally through another gate at the end of the path. The steps are right there! Easy!

 This is my mums dog Roxy on one of he stones the second time I visited

This is my mums dog Roxy on one of he stones the second time I visited

I hope I help at least somebody to find the steps. If my directions have helped, or you intend to visit. Please comment below. Thanks!