The village of Llanrhyddlad is located in the north west of Anglesey, North Wales. It is bordered by Llanfairynghornwy to the north, to the south by Llanddeusant, Llanfflewyn to the east and the beach of Church Bay to the west. Holyhead is also 5 miles north east, where ferries can be caught to Dublin and Dun Loaghaire.
Llanrhyddlad is set in a rural area, with Mynydd Mechell (Mechell Mountain) only 2.5km to the east of the village, and lake Llyn Llygeirian only 2.5km south east. The lake abounds with flora and fringing marshland. There is also a trout fishery here, with access via an old quarry track.
The pebble beach at Church Bay is a popular place to visit during the summer, with nearby facilities available. If you prefer a sandy beach, Porth Trwyn, just over 1.5km from Church Bay, is a quiet beach backed by beautiful sand dunes. The Isle of Anglesey Coastal Path passes by both beaches.