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The local area guide to living in Pentraeth

Situated in North Wales, Pentraeth is a little village on the Isle of Anglesey. Located near the popular beach of Red Wharf Bay, it’s easy to see why the village’s Welsh name reflects its sandy position. .

The village itself is situated on the banks of a rivulet, which flows into Red Wharf Bay. The views here are stunning, and the land offers lots of Welsh coastal paradise to explore. Residents can enjoy scenic walks by coast and farmland, and take in the region’s history – with historic memorials to be found on the beach.

At the centre of the village is The Square, as well as the local church, St. Mary's Church, and the Panton Arms public house. There is also a row of shops called Cloth Hall, but to find your usual high street stores you’ll have to head a little further to nearby Bangor.

While the village itself is relatively quiet, there’s a lot to see and do across the Island – from hiking, to surfing, to visiting the impressive Aberlleiniog Castle.

Information about the local residents

Pentraeth is a small village, recorded as to having just 1,178 residents at the time of the 2011 census.

Socio-economic status across Pentraeth is diverse, with occupations across the community including professional positions, intermediate managerial and administrative positions, junior roles, and skilled / semi-skilled manual workers.

The majority of properties here are owned outright, and only 14.7% are social rented properties. The population of Pentraeth has a median age of 45, with many residents having lived in the village their whole lives.

Nearby schools

While small, the village does have its own primary school, which is also highly rated. In its last inspection in 2012, Ysgol Gymuned Pentraeth was rated well by Estyn, and said to be performing well in key stage two when compared to national averages. The overall performance of the school was rated ‘good’ and overall prospects for improvement rated as ‘good’ too.

The school serves the village and the surrounding rural area. There are 90 pupils on roll, including 10 part-time nursery children, and there has been an upward trend when it comes to pupil numbers.

When it comes to secondary schools, Ysgol David Hughes is the closest option, sat around five miles away by Menai Bridge. The bilingual comprehensive school has around 1098 pupils aged between 11-18, with approximately 83 teachers and 37 support staff.

Getting around

Despite being on an island, the transportation services here are excellent. The major road network across the North Wales coast offers dual carriageway access right up to and across the island. Pentraeth itself is not too far from the entrance into Anglesey at Menai Bridge.

While it’s easy to drive across the island, bus transportation is in abundance too, with Arriva Wales and several other providers offering regular transportation services. If it’s a train journey you’re after, Bangor is home to the nearest railway station and sits seven miles away.

For travel further afield there’s Anglesey Airport too. Located to the south west of the island at RAF Valley, it’s less than two miles from the A55 expressway. It offers flights daily, with two flights a day to Cardiff – a great alternative to the longer drive or rail journey.

Local shops

Pentraeth itself doesn’t boast many stores, but there is a Londis supermarket stocked with all the essentials. For your regular weekly shop you can head to the nearby Bangor, just a few minutes away by car, which boasts a large Asda and Tesco

While there are a few quaint stores on Cloth Hill, there’s a much better selection of shops and amenities in Bangor, where you can catch the latest cinema releases and shop the high street. As a university town, there is a wide selection of pubs and cafes in Bangor too – ideal for an evening out.


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All information was correct at time of publication and is provided in good faith.


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