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Afon Ceiriog River -
The River Ceiriog (Welsh: Afon Ceiriog) is a river in the north east of Wales. The River Ceiriog
is a tributary of the River Dee. It rises on the Ceiriog Valley - The Ceiriog Valley (Welsh : Dyffryn Ceiriog) is the valley of the River Ceiriog (Afon Ceiriog) and is in the county borough of Wrexham in North-East W Ceffyl Gwyn Stables - Ceffyl Gwyn is a small, friendly stable yard located in the heart of the picturesque Ceiriog Valley, not far from Llangollen and Wrexham.
We offer gr Springhill Farm Riding Stables - Situated overlooking the beautiful Ceiriog Valley, we offer the perfect situation for riding from 1 hour to 3 day trail rides and holidays, from the c Quad Biking at Glyn Ceiriog - Quad Biking, fun for all the family, age 12yrs+. Pony Trekking and Quad Bike Centre - Explore the beautiful Ceiriog Valley on horseback. What better way to appreciate the spectacular scenery and the surrounding area. We are fully insure Plas Newydd Llangollen - You might have thought the story of two women who ran away together and set up home in Wales would have caused a scandal at the turn of the eighteenth Chirk Castle - A Magnificent medieval fortress. The last Edward I welsh castle still lived in today. 700 years of history on one site. Discover medieval life in the Vale of Llangollen Golf Club - Llangollen Golf Club is in the south of Denbighshire and as the name suggests in the Vale of Llangollen. The Course is situated a little way out of t St Collens Church - Llangollen Parish Church, dedicated to Saint Collen,
is located in Church Street, Llangollen in the county of Denbighshire,
North Wales. The Churc Welsh Country Crafts - We have been trading here for over fifteen years, welcoming many thousands of visitors from both home and abroad. We are one of the only stockists of ProAdventure Ltd - Welsh adventure centre for adults, companies, families, youth groups and the public sector. Many activities including kayaking, canoeing, white water Llangollen Canal - The Llangollen Canal links Llangollen in Denbighshire, North Wales, with Hurleston (close to Nantwich) in Cheshire, via the towns of Froncysyllte, Chi Llangollen Town Hall - Llangollen town hall has many events held here throughout the year. SK Cycles Bike Hire - We are centrally located between Wrexham and Oswestry in the picturesque town of Llangollen North Wales close to some excellent mountain bike trails a Llangollen Library - Llangollen Library is to be found in The Chapel, in Castle Street in Llangollen. The Chapel hosts four seasonal exhibitions launched throughout the Buttered Crust - Buttered Crust opened in May 2008 in place of the long established Country Kitchen. Located in the heart of historic Llangollen, Buttered Crust can be Llangollen Fringe Festival - In 2007 the Fringe celebrated its 10th anniversary. From its first year in an impromptu tent on an out-of-town playing field through to its present fi Llangollen Museum - Discover a little of the fascinating history of this unique area in the borderlands of Wales. The Llangollen Museum site will let you find out about t Llangollen Climbing Centre - Llangollen Climbing Centre is the only purpose-built indoor facility in the centre of Llangollen (in fact in the whole of the Dee Valley!), offering River Dee - The River Dee, which is about 70 miles long, rises in the hills above Llanuwchllyn in the 'Dolgellau gold belt' of Merioneth (Gwynedd} and before it Llangollen Railway - The Llangollen Railway is the only preserved standard-gauge railway in Mid and North Wales. The eight mile route runs along the Dee Valley from Llango Llangollen Wharf Canal Boat Trips - Llangollen Wharf is one of the major attractions in the North Wales market town of Llangollen. From the Wharf you can embark on either a horse drawn Llangollen International Pavilion - Home of the Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod, the Royal International Pavilion has a year round arts programme.
We’ve got another exci Birch House Farm Riding Trail - This area of open access can be reached from a number of public footpaths and a bridleway. It offers extensive views over North Shropshire and Cheshir White Water Active - Canoeing and Rafting Ltd - Discover Tombstone Weir, Middle Stopper and Factory Falls where the white water seethes with exhilaration. No experience required, just a sense of adv White Water Active - Outdoor Pursuits - The UK Premier Outdoor Pursuit Provider situated in the romantic Vale of Llangollen, Denbighshire, often called the gateway to North Wales, offers the White Water Active - Mountain Biking - Coed Llandegla Forest covers 650 hectares and was planted in 1972/73. It has now been developed into a very special venue for mountain biking. We off White Water Active - Archery - Choose whether you want to try the ancient art of Archery, or the latest in high tech guns with Laserclay. Either will hone your competitive spirit a White Water Active - Guided Walks - A guided walk with a trained Ornithologist, along the Llangollen canal and up to the ruined castle of Dinas Bran, to help you find and identify many Dee Valley - The River Dee is around seventy miles long and rises
above Llanuwchllyn in the hills in the ‘Dolgellau gold belt of Merioneth
(Gwynedd) and befo Chirk Golf Club - Located in 200 acres of rolling Welsh countryside and overlooked by Chirk Castle and the Welsh border mountains, Chirk Golf Club makes the most appeal The Sun Trevor - Good food and welcoming family atmosphere in the heart of the Vale of Llangollen... The Sun Trevor is situated in its unique position overlooking the Chirk Railway Station - The Lodge - The Lodge is a pub in Weston Rhyn, Shropshire Pontcysyllte Aqueduct - The spectacular Pontcysyllte Aqueduct, a World Heritage Site, is located in
North East Wales close to the town of Llangollen. It carries the
Ll Llangollen Motor Museum - Our museum has been described in our visitors book as many things including. We try to be interesting and informative but most of all to demonstrate t Hog Roast Event Catering -
Our versatility and experience allows us to offer a full and complete
We can provide full Traditional Hog Roasts that are spit roaste Berwyn Mountains - The Berwyn Range of mountains are located in the north east of Wales, between the Vale of the River Dee and Llangollen in the north east, Corwen in th Moreton Hall School Oswestry - Moreton Hall starts with ‘First Steps’, our nursery for girls and boys aged one and above. Those first steps lead naturally to ‘Moreton First’ Ty Mawr Country Park - Ty Mawr has all the fun of the farm in the magnificent setting of the River Dee Valley. There are lots of animals you can meet at Ty Mawr such as donk Valle Crucis Abbey -
Unlike some of the Abbeys in Wales extensive structures survive and the
Abbey is now under the care of Cadw, the Welsh Heritage Organisation.
Th Eliseg's Pillar - Eliseg’s Pillar is located to the north of Pentrefelin and to the south of Pen –y- Clawdd. The pillar is situated near to the Valle Crucis Abbey Bryn Du Mountain -
Bryn Du at 563m is a mountain in the Berwyn Range of Mountains in the county of Wrexham, Mid Wales. Bryn Du lies north of Llanarmon Dyffryn Ceiriog.
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