Siobhan Webster is a local Anglesy artist who makes beautiful handmade wooden dragons.
she is also talented at pyrography and creates Celtic scrolls & twirls, men with long beards intertwined with lions onto beautiful wooden boxes and clocks. I had to buy one.
She also displays her work in Oriel Mon, a stylish art gallery in the centre of the island near Llangefni.
She takes commissions for all sorts of woodwork.
What to buy: A dragon of course!
What to pay: from 10 GBP
This great Old fashioned sweet shop sells a vast range of sweets and chocolates all placed around the shop in the traditional jars, a little pricy but they do have a good range and some you will struggle to find in normal shops.
What to pay: From £1 for 4oz
Situated in the Market Square, you'll find this wonderfull little courtyard. The shops here sell a variety of things from interior furnishings to paintings. The shop fronts are decorated in bright, vivid coulours with some great floral displays and hanging baskets to help create the great look of the place.
This little gift shop is situated on Castle Street in Beaumaris. Here you'll find that special little something to take home as a reminder of this great little place and Country - ok I'm biased!! There are gifts galore on sale here, at great prices too.
What to buy: The fridge magnets are great.
The Castle Bakery is a local Welsh bakery which sells some fantastic looking tasty treats. Here you can buy freshly made Welsh Cakes and Bara Brith together with loads of other delicious cakes and pastries, sandwiches and pasties. Why not buy some goodies here for a picnic and take it down to the sea front.
What to buy: You must try the Welsh Cakes.
This is a great little shop that sells everything from toys to tea Towels, great place to buy a few little presents for people.
I bought some fridge magnets (£1.40 each) and tea towels (£2.00 each)