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Llanaelhaearn Attractions Inscribed Stones in LLanaelaearn Church - Within the graveyard of LLanaelaearn Church in Gwynedd, West Wales, to the right of the path to the church door, can be found a roughly hewn pillar st St Aelhaearns Church - St Aelhaearn’s Church is located in the middle of the village of Llanaelhaearn, on the Llyn peninsula in Gwynedd, West Wales. The church is named af Tre'r Ceiri Iron Age Hillfort - Tre'r Ceiri is an iron age hill fort found on the mountain known as Yr Eifl, English:The Rivals, on the Llyn Peninsula, West Wales. Although relative The Rivals - The Rivals are the three peaks that make up the mountain known in Welsh as Yr Eifl: Tre'r Ceiri (485 m), Garn Ganol (564 m) and Garn For (444 m). The Yr Eifl - Yr Eifl is a mountain on the north coast of the Llyn peninsula in North Wales. Commonly known as The Rivals (English) the mountain in fact has several Glasfryn Parc - Welcome to Glasfryn Parc Wales premier activity and adventure centre. Come and enjoy the many activities we have on offer at our centre located in the The Tale of Nant Gwrtheyrn - Just like the story of St Dwynwen, the tale of Nant Gwrtheyrn is one of Wales’s most famous and loved stories. Yet it has tainted the village of Na Nant Gwrtheyrn Welsh Language and Heritage Centre - Nant Gwrtheyrn Welsh Language and Heritage Centre, or "the Nant" as it is often called, is located in a former quarrying village on the nor St Beuno's Well - St Beuno`s Well was the source of water for the monastic community at Clynnofg Fawr. St Beuno, the founder of the religious settlement, reputedly had St Cybi's Well - St Cybis well, which is close to Llangybi Church, is famous as a place where people came to in the past to seek healing. St Cybi's Well is situated i St Beuno's Church - St Beuno's Church in Clynnog Fawr is the main shrine of St Beuno and is one of the most important churches in North Wales. Beuno was born in Powys Penarth Fawr Medieval House - Penarth Fawr Medieval House is located to the south of Llangybi and also to the east of Pwlleli. This Fifteenth-century hall-house has and impressive Tafarn Madryn Arms - Just outside the all time great family resort of Pwllheli is the small village of Chwilog and, at the Tafarn Madryn Arms (Tavern House!), a great Wel
Attractions near Llanaelhaearn
Inscribed Stones in LLanaelaearn Church
St Aelhaearns Church
Tre'r Ceiri Iron Age Hillfort
The Rivals
Yr Eifl
Glasfryn Parc
The Tale of Nant Gwrtheyrn
Nant Gwrtheyrn Welsh Language and Heritage Centre
St Beuno's Well
St Cybi's Well
St Beuno's Church
Penarth Fawr Medieval House
Tafarn Madryn Arms
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