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High Street, Malltraeth.


Malltraeth village benefits from two fully licensed public houses, both of which have an extensive range of beverages, including tea, coffee and snacks. The Joiners Arms is located at one end of the village, near the bridge, with the Royal Oak located on the opposite side of the road further up. The latter offers an extensive range of meals, - visit,


The Malltraeth ‘Chippy' opens as a village shop daily, supplying the basic necessities, as well as newspapers, hot beverages and bacon butties. Open from 6-30am till noon Mon-Sat and 9am till noon on Sundays. The chippy is open 5pm -8pm Mon-Weds, and 5pm-9pm Thurs-Sat, as well as noon-1-30pm Thurs-Sat.


Malltraeth "Chippy and village store".

Accommodation is available at the Pen-y-Bont Farm caravan and camping site, which is located on the immediate outskirts of the village with easy access from the A4080, for details visit,



Glantraeth Cottage - Malltraeth Ymlaen.comSelf catering cottages on a private working farm estate, overlooking the Snowdonia mountain range, located in a secluded complex, for details visit -




The wildlife artist Philip Snow is also a resident of Malltraeth. For further details visit,

Little Egret- Philip Snow.

For all your roofing work - contact local craftsmen Rob & Mon.

The premier school for motorcycle training in North Wales is located at Malltraeth. Training provided at all levels, for further details visit, -


For Home & Garden Service in Bodorgan, contact Terry Williams.


Luxury homemade ice cream from Malltraeth.- visit,