Croeso ! The traditional welcome in Welsh,would be a better greeting.
Welcome to the Saint Seiriol hermitage site which is, dedicated to Saint Seiriol the Celtic patron saint, who was the founder of a monastery in the 6th Century on Anglesey, North Wales, at Penmon on the east coast. His original monastery was on an island that today is called Puffin Island. There is the remains of his monastery at Penmon where his well is also found, (See top picture)
The hermitage was founded in 2013 on Anglesey, on Mynydd Bodafon (Bodafon mountain) Located on the eastern side of the Island. Here I observed a life of prayer, work, study, and fasting. Much the same way as the ancient Desert Fathers did before me. This was the period of four years when in splendid isolation I learned much about what it was to be a monk.
I have relocated to the west side of Anglesey where I am able to experience true solitude. There is such an atmosphere of peace here. Even though I live on the outskirts of a very quiet community. I have discovered solitude is found within ones self and it is here we can be alone with God. It also helps when one lives so close to nature in all its variations, one can see and feel the connection to our Celtic forbears.