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Estate & Letting Agents in Rhosneigr

Williams & Goodwin are estate agents in Rhosneigr (LL64) – experienced in delivering sales, lettings & property management services to this attractive seaside town, famed for its beaches, water sports and unspoilt scenery. Keep reading to learn more about the town and the services we offer there.

We know it can be tough to buy, sell or let a property – so our local property experts intend to make this as easy as possible. Over 40% of our business comes from positive referrals, giving you the peace of mind that we can help you with your property needs in Rhosneigr – as we have done with hundreds of other customers.

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Why choose us?

If you’re looking for a Rhosneigr estate agent to sell your home or let your property – you need someone you can trust. Take a look at the reasons people across Anglesey and north Wales choose us.

1. Local Expertise

Our agents have been actively involved in property sales in Rhosneigr since the early 1980s. This extensive experience means we have unparalleled local knowledge, which is crucial for accurately pricing and marketing your property.

2. Trust and Relationships

Almost half of our business comes from recommendations, demonstrating the trust our clients place in us. We have helped many customers move more than once, which speaks volumes about our commitment to client satisfaction.

3. Unique Marketing Strategies

Our specialised marketing approaches are tailored to each method of sale, ensuring your property gets the attention it deserves. We cover the whole of North Wales with dedicated auction, lettings, and sales departments.

4. Professional Training

Our team members are professionally trained and hold specific agency qualifications. This expertise ensures that we can apply our knowledge to achieve the best results for you.

5. Award-Winning Service

We have consistently been recognised over the last 20 years multiple times for our excellence in the property market. For instance:

-2023: Top 5 Medium Size Estate Agents in the UK.

-2023: Best estate Agents in Wales Award

-2023: UK Estate Agency Website Winner

-2024: Silver Award Estate Agents and Letting Agents in Wales by The Guild of Property Professionals.

6. Comprehensive Services

From free instant valuations to detailed market appraisals, we offer a range of services to help you get the best price for your property. You can start with a free valuation here: Free Instant Valuation.

7. Convenient Locations

We have prominent offices in prime locations, including Holyhead, Llangefni and Bangor making it easy for you to reach us.

8. Guarantees of our Dedicated Professionalism

We are proud members of several prestigious professional networks. Williams & Goodwin The Property People are members with:

-The Guild of Property Professionals: This is a national network of approximately 800 independently owned and operated estate agents, ensuring we have a broad reach and access to a wealth of resources and expertise.

-National Association of Estate Agents (NAEA): This membership assures you that we adhere to the highest standards of professionalism and ethics in the estate agency industry.

-Association of Residential Lettings Agents (ARLA): This ensures that our lettings services are conducted to the highest standards.

-National Association of Valuers and Auctioneers (NAVA): This membership signifies our expertise in property valuation and auctioneering.

-Chartered Valuation Surveyors: This demonstrates our commitment to providing accurate and professional property valuations.

-Property Ombudsman (TPO): This gives you the reassurance of an independent redress scheme, ensuring we are committed to the highest possible customer service standards.

These memberships provide our clients with the assurance that they are working with a trustworthy and honest estate agent committed to the highest possible customer service standards.

Meet Our Team in Rhosneigr

The local team is here to help, offering a friendly and personal service to all customers. Our Rhosneigr letting agents will lead you to your perfect rental property, while our estate agents in Rhosneigr will help you sell your home for the highest price.


21 & 23 Church Street, Llangefni, Anglesey, LL77 7DU


01248 751 000


Opening Hours:

Weekdays: 9am - 5:30pm
Saturday: 9am - 4pm
Sunday: Closed

More About Rhosneigr

Rhosneigr is one of the most dynamic seaside towns in the south of Anglesey – but how much do you know about it? Keep on reading to discover more about the location, history, properties, places of interest and more.

Rhosneigr Property
Location & history
Places of interest
Shops & amenities
Transport links

Property types: Rhosneigr features a large range of architectural styles ranging from traditional Victorian townhouses to modern detached homes. The area is well-known for its picturesque seaside cottages and contemporary holiday homes, many of which offer stunning sea views. Unique to Rhosneigr are the Victorian townhouses that retain much of their original character, and newly built high-spec homes that integrate more modern flourishes. Notable developments include new build properties on Sandy Lane to enhance the local housing stock (yet in keeping with the village’s charm).

Property prices: The average property prices in Rhosneigr are around £745k, with detached houses average nearly £810K, semi-detached houses reaching £850K, and terraced houses at approximately £350K. These figures represent a significant increase over the past few years, reflecting a strong upward trend in property values in this desirable coastal location​ – this makes Rhosneigr one of the most lucrative locations to own property in Anglesey.

Renting in Rhosneigr: The rental market in Rhosneigr is equally dynamic, with average rents for a two-bedroom property around £800 per month, and larger four-bedroom homes renting for upwards of £1,200 monthly. Over the past five years, rental prices have seen a steady increase, driven by high demand for holiday lets and long-term rentals. Factors such as the scenic beauty, outdoor recreational opportunities, and the village’s amenities make Rhosneigr particularly attractive to both tenants and landlords​.

For more detailed information on property and rental prices, take a look here and here.

Rhosneigr, a coastal village on the Isle of Anglesey in North Wales, has a long history and vibrant present. Established likely in the 6th century, its name is believed to honor Yneigr, a figure associated with the early kings of Gwynedd. Initially a small fishing village, Rhosneigr’s development accelerated with the construction of its first roads and the establishment of a railway station, which greatly improved accessibility. The village became popular among Edwardian aristocracy in the early 20th century, marking a period of growth and the construction of notable buildings like the Grade 2 listed Surf Point​.

Throughout its history, Rhosneigr has maintained a strong maritime connection. The establishment of a lifeboat station highlighted the village’s commitment to maritime safety, while the construction of a pier boosted trade and transportation. The area also faced maritime challenges, including shipwrecks, which led to both tragic losses and heroic rescues. The development of water and sewage systems in the early 20th century showcased Rhosneigr’s move towards modernization, further enhancing the quality of life for its residents.

Today, Rhosneigr is renowned for its scenic beaches, particularly Traeth Crigyll and Traeth Llydan, which attract tourists year-round. The village is a hotspot for water sports, including windsurfing and kitesurfing, making it a favourite destination for outdoor enthusiasts. Additionally, the local golf course and the vibrant community life, featuring shops, restaurants, and cafes, contribute to its appeal. Rhosneigr’s blend of historical charm and modern amenities continues to make it a unique and attractive location on Anglesey​. Find out more about Rhosneigr here.

Wondering what to see and do in the Rhosneigr area? Here are several options to consider:

  1. Traeth Crigyll – This main beach in Rhosneigr offers a vast expanse of golden sand, ideal for family fun, walking, and water sports. It’s a popular spot for both relaxation and adventure, with rock pools to explore at low tide.
  2. Traeth Llydan – Known for its wide sandy shores and backed by sand dunes, this beach is perfect for canoeing, walking, and surfing. It’s a regular Green Coast Award winner, showcasing its pristine environment.
  3. Llyn Maelog – A 65-acre lake designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest, Llyn Maelog is surrounded by public footpaths and is popular with walkers. The lake is home to a variety of fish and birdlife, making it a great spot to explore.
  4. Anglesey Golf Club – Located near Rhosneigr, this golf club offers a scenic 18-hole course. It’s perfect for golf lovers looking to enjoy a round in some exceptionally beautiful surroundings.
  5. Rhosneigr Marine Services – This local business provides boat launching facilities, jet ski rentals, and tractor assistance for launching boats.
  6. Rhosneigr Railway Station – This station not only serves as a transport link but also as a historical landmark that contributed significantly to the village’s accessibility and growth in the early 20th century.
  7. Porth Crigyll – A beautiful and often quieter beach area, perfect for those looking to escape the busier spots. It’s a great place for peaceful walks and enjoying the natural scenery.

Rhosneigr offers a variety of amenities that cater to both residents and visitors – ensuring it punches above its weight as a small town.

Shopping options: For shopping, you’ll find plenty of essentials at the local, independent shops. While there’s no large supermarket directly in Rhosneigr, nearby Llangefni and Holyhead provide larger retail options such as Tesco and Morrisons. In Rhosneigr itself, there are convenience stores like the local pharmacy and various smaller shops along the main streets, such as Funsport and Gecko Surf, which cater to water sports  – as well as a couple of one-stop shops for daily essentials.

Key amenities: Notable amenities include the post office, which also serves as a cash point, and the library, which hosts community events. Public toilets are conveniently located near the main car park. Most amenities in Rhosneigr can be found along the principal streets, including the High Street and Beach Road, which are central to the village’s commercial and social activities. These streets are useful for shoppers and people heading out for dining and leisure activities.

Leisure: Leisure facilities include the Anglesey Golf Club, which is a significant attraction for golfers. The village also boasts beautiful green outdoor spaces like Llyn Maelog, which offers walking trails and opportunities for birdwatching. For entertainment, the local cafes, restaurants, and bars such as Chaplin’s Cafe and Sandy’s Bar & Bistro provide social and dining options.

While Rhosneigr is small, it’s got ample transport options for getting around – however you intend to travel.

Car & Road – Rhosneigr is well-connected by road, with the A4080 providing a direct route through the village. This road links to the A55 North Wales Expressway, a major arterial route that runs across the northern coast of Wales. This makes travel to significant nearby towns and cities straightforward. For instance, Holyhead is about a 20-minute drive, Bangor takes around 40 minutes, and the journey to Chester takes approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes.

Bus – Bus services in Rhosneigr are reliable and cover a wide range of routes. The local bus network connects Rhosneigr with major nearby towns such as Holyhead and Bangor.

Train – Rhosneigr has its own railway station on the North Wales Coast Line. This station offers regular services to Holyhead, which is just 20 minutes away by train, and to Bangor in about 30 minutes. From Bangor, passengers can connect to services heading towards Chester, Liverpool, and beyond. Find out more information here.

Cycling – Rhosneigr is very bike-friendly, with several dedicated cycling paths and quiet roads that are perfect for cycling. The scenic routes around the coast and countryside make cycling not just a practical mode of transport but also a delightful way to explore the area.

Walking – Rhosneigr is great for walkers, with many beautiful trails and coastal paths. The village itself is compact, making it easy to walk to local shops, cafes, and beaches. For longer treks, the Anglesey Coastal Path runs through Rhosneigr, offering stunning views and a great way to experience the natural beauty of the area.

Nearest Airport – The nearest major airport is Liverpool John Lennon Airport, approximately a 2-hour drive from Rhosneigr. This airport offers flights to numerous domestic and international destinations, making it a convenient option for air travel.

Travel Times at a Glance

  • Holyhead: 20 minutes by car, 20 minutes by train
  • Bangor: 40 minutes by car, 30 minutes by train
  • Chester: 1 hour 30 minutes by car
  • Liverpool: 2 hours by car
  • Manchester: 2 hours 30 minutes by car

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