Welcome to Rhosneigr Publishing
We are passionate about promoting, celebrating and educating people about this beautiful area of Anglesey in North Wales.
The books we publish aim to inform the public about the history, geography and people of Rhosneigr and the surrounding areas. Rhosneigr pictures, place-mats, coasters & giftware are also available.
+++ latest updates +++
16.3.2017 - shops in Rhosneigr now have stock - including Rhosneigr Library (in aid of Library Funds).
13.3.2017 - finally worked out how to ship books to Amazon. They should be there by the end of this week.
10.3.2017 books received back from printer. Should be with Anglesey distributor next week.
3.3.2017 - Rhosneigr - People & Places expected back from printer on 9th March.
16.2.2017 - images from vol 2 (Rhosneigr Romanticist book) uploaded to gallery.
15.2.2017 - images from vol 1 (Rhosneigr Then & Now book) uploaded to gallery
2.2.2017 - major website updates
30.1.2017 - final proof signed off. gone to printer at last !
16.1.2017 - Rhosneigr - People & Places - at final proofing stage
Situated on the West coast of Anglesey, next to RAF Valley where Prince William was based, Rhosneigr (pronounced 'Ross-Ny-Guh') was a sleepy fishing village in the 19th Century, but was transformed by the Edwardians in the early 20th Century and became a highly popular holiday destination. The area continues to attract thousands of visitors each year, thanks to its stunning countryside and watersports.
Rhosneigr boasts award winning beaches which look over the tempestuous Irish Sea, and has fantastic views of Holy Island, Snowdonia and the distant Lleyn Peninsula as well as some of the best sunsets in the Country! It is still a thriving holiday resort and has a rich Maritime History. The varied landscape houses an impressive array of wildlife, such as the rare, endangered Roseate Tern and the Harbour Porpoise.
The Romance of the area was brought to life by a litle known Anglesey-born author called William David Owen who spent the latter part of his life living in Rhosneigr. Owen wrote a romantic novel entitled 'Madam Wen' about the legendary smuggler & highway-woman who was active in the region, and the publication of this book in 1925 would have brought him fame and fortune but sadly, he died barely two weeks after it was published.
'The Rhosneigr Romanticist', incorporating the first ever English translation of this story, is available from Amazon via links from this website. See our Publications section for more details.
Rhosneigr has a rich maritime history and our new book 'Rhosneigr ~ People & Places is now out. See more info on our publications page.