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Llanbedr y cennin Attractions
Ye Olde Bull Inn - Olde Worlde Pub selling draught beers. Bar snacks and nice evening menu. Stunning views of the lower Conwy Valley. Situated on the old drovers route Y Bedol - Y Bedol in Tal Y Bont, Conwy is a traditional country tavern set against the foothills of Snowdonia. Popular with walkers and ramblers, the Bedol offe Tal y Bont Memorial Hall - The Memorial Hall at Tal y Bont has a large central hall with seating and it is flexible to allow different ways to set it up depending on the event. Caer Rhun Hall - Caer Rhun Hall is a listed country house on the site of the Roman Fortress Kanovium. The present house was built for General Gough and much of the ori Caerhun Church - The Church of St Mary at Caerhun is an atmospheric church that sits on the banks of the River Conwy in the county of Conwy, North Wales. The church da Conwy Valley Viewpoint at Caerhun - A view of the bend in the River Conwy at Caerhun, Conwy County, North Wales. The picture is taken from the churchyard of Caerhun Church looking north. Surf Snowdonia - A brand new attraction is due to open in the beautiful Conwy Valley in 2015. Surf Snowdonia is an exciting new surfing and water sports park to be bui Ty Gwyn Hotel Rowen - The Ty Gwyn Hotel in Rowen offers fine beers and good food in the picturesque village of Rowen in the Conwy Valley. With many fine walks in the locali Conwy Water Gardens & Pancake House - Conwy Water Gardens is based in the beautiful conwy
valley on the edge of the Snowdonia national park. The site comprises of
of an Aquatic centre Maen y Bardd Neolithic Burial Chamber - Maen y Bardd. (Stone of the Bard) Neolithic Burial Chamber. Maen y Bardd is a Neolithic Burial chamber in a beautiful location high above the Conwy Va The Lord Newborough Restaurant - Here in snowdonia we have some of the greatest locally produced ingredients in the country and all the food we serve is both freshly bought and freshl Tal-y-Cafn Railway Station - Tal-y-Cafn railway station sits on the Conwy Valley line and has direct links to Dolgarrog, North Llanrwst, Llanrwst, Bewts –y- Coed, Pont –y- Pan Afon Ddu Gorge - The Afon Ddu Gorge marks the southern edge of the Coed Dolgarrog National Nature Reserve in Snowdonia, North Wales. The gorge is formed by the Afon Dd Conwy Valley Maze - The World's Largest Garden Maze is now complete at Garden Art. Covering over 2 acres this beats the current record previously held by Longleat's Ma Dolgarrog Railway Station - Dolgarrog railway station sits on the Conwy Valley line and has direct links to North Llanrwst, Llanrwst, Bewts –y- Coed, Pont –y- Pant, Dolwyddel Craig Celynin - Craig Celynin (407m) is a hill in Conwy County, North Wales. It is located to the west of Tal-y-Fan and overlooks the Conwy Valley. The name is also b Afon Ddu River - Afon Ddu (Welsh for black river) is a river in Snowdonia, North Wales. The river flows from Llyn Cowlyd on the south-eastern edge of the Carneddau ran Roman Temple in Conwy Valley - The Lost Roman Temple of Llwydfaen is situated in a field belonging to Llwydfaen Farm in the Conwy Valley, North Wales. |
Originally believed to be t St Celynin's Well - St Celynin’s Well is to be found in the southwest corner of Llangelynin churchyard high above the Conwy Valley, North Wales. The small rectangular p Lost Church of Llwydfaen - The dry summer of 2006 produced a surprise for an aerial archaeologist while flying over a field near Llwydfaen in the Conwy valley. There appeared Llangelynin Church - Follow the long and winding road to the ancient church
and Holy Well of Llangelynin. The site of the old church is high above
the Conwy valley, in St. Martin's Church Eglwysbach - St Martin's Church Eglwysbach.
Part of the Church in Wales in the Diocese of St Asaph.
We offer a warm invitation to visitors and newcomers to join Ffridd - Ffridd, or Coedcae, is a Welsh word used to describe the habitats present between the upland and lowland areas of Wales. It is a diverse mixture of gr Cerrig y Ddinas Hill Fort - Cerrig-y-ddinas is an Iron Age hill fort located on a rocky peak of the same name that overlooks the lower Conwy Valley. Four discontinuous lines of w Conwy Valley Walk - This walk above the Conwy Valley has the advantage of
being on fairly level ground but at a height around 1000ft offers great
views of the Valley Trefriw Wells Spa - It is believed that Trefriw Wells Spa was first discovered by Romans from the XX Roman legion stationed at Canovium, 3 miles north of Trefriw. The Spa Bodnant Welsh Food Centre - At Bodnant Welsh Food there will be a farm shop selling predominantly Welsh produce, a tea-room and restaurant serving mainly Welsh food, a cookery sc Cerrig-y-ddinas - Cerrig-y-ddinas (314m) is a rocky peak or crag located above the Conwy Valley, North Wales. It is located to the north west of Tal y Fan and is the si Bwlch y Ddeufaen to Tal y Fan - Tal y Fan is located between Penmaenmawr to the north and the Conwy valley to the east, and is on the northern edge of the Carneddau range of mountain Bilberry - Bilberry (Vaccinium myrtillus) is a plant characteristic of the heaths in the Welsh Uplands. The picture depicts bilberries on the uplands of Conwy Co Maen Penddu Standing Stone - Maen Penddu is a Bronze Age standing stone in the district of Henryd in Conwy County, North Wales. The stone stands alongside ancient tracks and is lo Pin Mill Bodnant Gardens - The Pin Mill at Bodnant Gardens was originally built in 1730 as a gazebo at Woodchester, Gloucestershire, and later used as a pin mill. The building w Roman Road above Rowen - The Roman Road above Rowen is part of the route from the Roman Fort of Segontium in Caernarfon to the Fort at Deva (Chester). The route is 74 (Roman) Bodnant Gardens Viewpoint - Bodnant Gardens are a must see for any visitors to North Wales. Whether it’s the Laburnam Archway in the spring, an array of summer flowers to die f Bodnant House - Bodnant House sits close to the village of Eglwysbach in Conwy County in the Conwy Valley, North Wales. It was built by Colonel Forbes between 1770 an Conwy Valley - The Conwy Valley is defined by the foothills of the Carneddau range of mountains to the west and the rolling hills of Mynydd Eilian (336m), Moel Gyfyl Bodnant Gardens - Bodnant Garden is one of the most beautiful gardens in the UK, spanning some 80 acres and is situated above the River Conwy on ground sloping towards Bwlch y Ddeufaen Standing Stones - The pass, Bwlch y Ddeufaen, is marked by two very fine standing stones. There are two smaller uprights close to the northern stone, and a series of sm Hendre Waelod Neolithic Burial Chamber - 3500 year old Neolithic Burial Chamber in the Conwy Valley. Hendre Waelod is the only one of the Conwy valley portal dolmens with the traditional high Llyn Eigiau - Llyn Eigiau is on the edge of the Carneddau mountains in Snowdonia. The name Eigiau is thought to refer to the shoals of fish which once lived here. I Llyn Anafon - Llyn Anafon is a lake in the north of the Carneddau range of mountains in North Wales. Located between Llwytmor (849m), Foel ganol(533m), Foel Fras (9 Druids Circle - The Druid’s Circle (Welsh: Meini Hirion ) is the most famous of a number of monuments to be found on the hillside above the town of Penmaenmawr, Con Bronze Age Burial Monument - This is one of a number of Bronze Age monuments on the hills above Penmaenmawr, North Wales. The Bronze Age Burial Monument stands a hundred yards to Drew Pritchard Architectural Antiques - Drew Pritchard Architectural Antiques is located on the A470 Llanrwst Road on the outskirts of the village of Glan Conwy, Conwy County, North Wales. D Foel Fras Mountain - Foel-fras (942 m) is a mountain in the Carneddau range, in Snowdonia, North Wales. It lies on the border between the counties of Gwynedd and Conwy. Fo Fairy Falls Trefriw - The Fairy Falls Trefriw is a privately owned and very popular village Inn, where extremely friendly locals meet throughout the year to enjoy a wide se Fairy Falls Trefriw - As their name suggests the Trefriw Fairy Falls are situated in Trefriw, a village in the Conwy Valley, North Wales.
They are believed to have been na Trefriw Woollen Mills - At Trefriw Woollen Mills in the Snowdonia National Park, North Wales we manufacture Welsh double weave (tapestry) bedspreads (carthenni) and tweeds.
Trefriw Lakes Trail - As its name suggests this walk starts in the small village of Trefriw in the Conwy Valley, North Wales. From the village the trail heads up hill towar Last of the summer Gwin or The search for the Welsh Stonehenge - I think no one would deny wanting to find a treasure
trove, we all want to be an Indiana Jones and discover the Temple of
Doom ….well I am no di Rock Climbing Company - The Rock Climbing Company offers personalised rock climbing and scrambling courses in Snowdonia and Spain. |
The Rock Climbing Company offers hig Afon Anafon Arrow Stone - Afon Anafon Arrow Stone is a carved stone to be found in the Anafon Valley above Abergwyngregyn, North Wales.
Directions: Follow the lane south from Llwytmor Mountain - Llwytmor (849m) is a mountain in the northern carneddau range, in Snowdonia, Gwynedd, North Wales. It lies between the mountains of Drum (770m) to the Foel y Lus - Y Foel Lus (362m) is that wonderfully shaped hill that sits between Dwygyfylchi and Penmaenmawr in North Wals. It is one of those hills that invite yo The Austrian Restaurant - North Wales' only Austrian Restaurant was established in the lovely village of Dwygyfylchi (pronounced Dolgavulki) in 1989.
Nestling at the bottom Klondyke Lead Mill - Klondyke Lead Mill is located in the Crafnant Valley, Trefriw, North Wales. The Mill is situated at the bottom of a gorge formed by the Afon Geirionyd Dinas Iron Age Hillfort - The Dinas Iron Age Hillfort sits on top of a rounded hillock to the south of Llanfairfechan, Conwy County, North Wales. This iron age hillfort is a we Llanfairfechan Walk - The Llanfairfechan Walk starts on the outskirts of this seaside resort on the north coast of Conwy County, Wales. At just under 6 miles the walk is a Sychnant Pass to Conwy Mountain Circular Walk - At the start of the walk, there are fine views of the Sychnant Pass and the foothills of the Carneddau Mountains, including Foel Lus, which towers abo St Benedicts Church Gyffin - St Benedict’s Church Henryd Road, Gyffin|
9.30am Holy Communion|
Morning Prayer (2nd Sunday)|
6.00pm Cymun Bendegaid (laf Sul)|
Evening Prayer ( Llyn Crafnant Lake Walk - Llyn Crafnant nestles in a hanging valley high above the Vale of Conwy in North wales. The lake which is three - quarters of a mile long is regarded b Afon Geirionydd - The Afon Geirionydd flows from Llyn Geirionydd, a lake located above the town of Trefriw, North Wales. The river flows down a steep gorge and in the e Glan Conwy Railway Station - Glan Conwy railway station sits on the Conwy Valley line and has direct links to Tal –y- Cafn, Dolgarrog, North Llanrwst, Llanrwst, Bewts –y- Coed Garnedd Uchaf Mountain - Garnedd Uchaf (926m) is a mountain in the Carneddau range, in Snowdonia, North Wales. It lies on the border between the counties of Gwynedd and Conwy. Foel Ganol - Foel Ganol (533m) is a hill in the northern Carneddau range of mountains in North Wales. Foel Ganol overlooks the Aber Valley. Llwytmor (849m) is to t Penmaenmawr Golf Club - With mountains as a back drop and the coastline in front, Penmaenmawr (Pen) is as challenging in golf as it is stimulating in scenic beauty. When the Pensychnant Nature Conservation Centre - Pensychnant works with many local naturalists and
local and national wildlife and conservation organisations to foster the
public’s appreciation Penmaenmawr Uplands Walk - The Penmaenmawr to the Druid's Circle Walk offers fine
views of the upland moorlands and the Snowdonia mountains, with the
added attraction of man Cambrian House Suites - We are a well established business and have been going since 1988. We have a large selection of Leather suites, Chesterfield, Cotton and Draylon Suite North Llanrwst Railway Station - North Llanrwst railway station sits on the Conwy Valley line and has direct links to Llanrwst, Bewts –y- Coed, Pont –y- Pant, Dolwyddelan, Roman B Gower Bridge - The Gower Suspension Bridge is a footbridge that spans the River Conwy between the towns of Llanrwst and Trefriw in the Conwy Valley. Taliesin Monument - The Taliesin Monument overlooks Llyn Geirionydd, a lake in a valley above the village of Trefriw, North Wales. According to tradition the banks of the Pinewood Riding Stables - Sorry but Pinewood Riding Stables no longer operates as a riding stables, but it is still open as a livery stables.
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