Maps of :Abergynolwyn Tourist Attractions
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The Railway Inn - The Railway Inn is a Pub and Restaurant in Abergynolwyn, south of Dolgellau in the county of Gwynedd, Wales. The village is popular with steam train e Twelve Gables and one Red Gate - A terrace of Twelve Gables and one Red Gate. The back of Tan y Bryn Street in the village of Abergynolwyn, Gwynedd West Wales. Abergynolwyn to Castell y Bere Walk - The walk is a 5 ½ mile round trip so I would allow 3 hours when including the visits to Castell y Bere and the church of St Michael's at Llanfihangel Abergynolwyn Railway Station on the Talyllyn Line - The Abergynolwyn Railway Station is the main inland station of the Talyllyn Railway and the starting point for many passengers.
Station facilities i Castell y Bere - Castell y Bere is a romantic Castle that appears to
grow from the rock which rises dramatically from the level floor of the
Dysynni Valley. From t Pont Ystumanner - Sheep grazing in the fields. Part of the beautiful landscape near Pont Ystumanner in the Dysynni Valley, close to Castell-y-Bere and the village of Ab St Michael's Church - The church houses an exhibition about Mary Jones, 1784-1866, the local girl who in the year 1800, at the age of 16 walked barefoot from Llanfihangel-y Birds Rock, Craig yr Aderyn - Birds Rock, or Craig yr Aderyn, 258m, is a rocky hill in the beautiful Dysynni Valley between the villages of Llanegryn and Llanfihangel-y-pennant in Dolgoch Falls Walk - This walk is set in the heart of the beautiful Tal-y-Llyn Valley, southern Snowdonia National Park, yet but 4 miles from the beaches of Tywyn. On this Tal-y-Llyn Lake - Tal-y-Llyn is a beautiful Lake in Gwynedd West Wales.
The lake gives its name to the famous narrow gauge Talyllyn Railway
although the railway fi Dysynni Valley - It is a lovely old church and has an important part to play in Welsh christian history, as it was from this village that the young girl Mary Jones wal King Arthurs Labyrinth - King Arthur's Labyrinth is an exciting visitor attraction in Corris near Machynlleth. An underground boat will take you magically through a waterfall Corris Mine Explorers - A rare opportunity to explore the abandoned
underground workings of an old Welsh slate mine. Kitted out with a
helmet and cap lamp, join one of Wa Corris Craft Centre - Corris Craft Centre is situated in Mid Wales along the
scenic A487 between Machynlleth and Dolgellau. Surrounded by lush green
trees and dramatic Cadair Idris Mountain - Cadair Idris, 2,930ft (893m) is a mountain in southern Gwynedd, West Wales. The mountain has several peaks including Mynydd Moel, Cyfrwy, and Craig Cw Corris Steam Railway & Museum - The Corris Railway is a narrow gauge (2' 3") railway whose origins date back to the 1850's. The line was initially built as a horse-and-gravity Slaters Arms Corris - Pub located in Corris, near Machynlleth in Mid Wales. Huw Gilbert Mountaineering - Huw Gilbert Mountaineering
Huw Gilbert Mountaineering, based in Southern Snowdonia, offers instruction and leading in all aspects of mountaincraft fr Bryn Glas Ceramics - Here at our dynamic new pottery workshop situated at the mouth of the beautiful Mawddach Estuary in Snowdonia, Wales we produce original hand made and
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