Llys Rhosyr – a royal court

Llys Rhosyr was one of the courts of the ancient Welsh princes back in the 13th Century. Its remains stand next to St Peter’s church on the main road heading from Newborough village towards the forest toll. There isn’t too much to be seen at the site, but there are information boards showing how it is thought to have looked when it was in use. It only takes a few minutes to stop and take a look and it’s worthwhile (and free).

Part of one of the information boards at Llys Rhosyr

Part of one of the information boards at Llys Rhosyr

Part of the ruins of Llys Rhosyr, next to St Peter's Church, Newborough

Part of the ruins of Llys Rhosyr, next to St Peter’s Church, Newborough

 

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