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Penmachno Church - Penmachno was an important early Christian centre as is evidenced by an outstanding collection of inscribed stones from the late 5th and mid 6th centu Penmachno Mountain Bike Trails - The Penmachno Trails are the hidden gem of North Wales mountain biking; 30km of super-sweet single-track and scenic forest trail, riding high through Ty'n-y-Coed Uchaf - Nineteenth Century farmhouse and farm buildings. Contains furniture and fittings bought for the house by generations of its tenants. A small farm whic Gwydyr Riding and Trekking Stables - The riding centre at Gwydyr Riding and Trekking Stables was established in 1973 and offers a wonderful location in North Wales for horse riding, pony Ty Mawr Wybrnant - Situated in the Snowdonia National Park, in the beautiful Wybrnant Valley, Ty Mawr was the birthplace of Bishop William Morgan, first translator of th Fairy Falls at Wybrnant - The Fairy Falls are to be found on the northern edge of the Wybrnant Valley in the Gwydyr Forest, Conwy County, North Wales. The Afon Wybrnant flows t Afon Wybrnant - The Afon Wybrnant rises in the upper levels of the Gwydyr Forest (south), between Cwm Penmachno and the Lledr Valley in Conwy County , North Wales. It Wybrnant Valley - Besides Ty Mawr there are another 2 or 3 properties within the valley, including a Riding School and farmstead, and there are trails along the forest Ty Bach - This Ty Bach, or little house, is located on the slopes of the Lledr Valley below the valley of Wybrnant, in Conwy County, North Wales. What is a Ty Yr Hen Ysgol - Yr Hen Ysgol, the Old School, is located on the steep hill between Pont Gethin, close to Betws-y-Coed, and the Wybrnant Valley, in Conwy County, North River Lledr - The River Lledr is in North Wales and a tributary of the River Conwy. The Lledr has its source on the eastern slopes of Ysgafell Wen, which lies betwe Conwy Falls - Set in the spectacular scenery of the Snowdonia National Park, near Betws-y-Coed. To the rear of the cafe are 9 acres of ancient woodland leading dow Fairy Glen - The Fairy Glen is a secluded and enchanting gorge on the river Conwy. A favourite with artists and photographers alike. Located only a short distance Conwy Falls Cafe - The licensed café is open everyday during the summer and most weekends during the winter. We pride ourselves on offering (wherever possible) quality, Go Below Underground Adventure - Test your nerve by journeying through a mountain via a series of exciting adventurous challenges on one of our three epic underground adventures. Try Gwydyr Forest - Gwydyr Forest covers the hillsides on the west bank of the Conwy Valley in Snowdonia, North Wales. The forest stretches south from Dolgarrog past Ll Dinas Mawr Hill - Dinas Mawr, 254m, is a rocky outcrop located south east of Betws-y-Coed between the Conwy River and the village of Capel Garmon. The hill overlooks th Beaver Bridge - Beaver Bridge is a landmark in the Conwy Valley, Conwy County, North Wales. The bridge crosses the Conwy River a short way downstream from the conflue Beaver Pool - Beaver Pool is a calm section of water in the Conwy Valley, Conwy County, North Wales. Beaver Pool lies below Beaver Bridge on the Conwy River a short Damselflies - Damselflies are insects in the order Odonata. These damselflies were photographed at Llyn Elsi in the Gwydyr Forest, North Wales. They are similar to Y Ro Wen - Y Ro Wen (594m)is a mountain south of Dolwyddelan and north east of Blaenau Ffestiniog, North Wales. There is access from Dolwyddelan and Cwm Penamne Lledr Valley Viewpoint - A foreshortened view across the Lledr Valley in Conwy County, North Wales. The snow-covered Craig Wen mountain in the background is actually closer Llyn Elsi - Llyn Elsi is a lake and reservoir located at some 700 feet, 230m, in the hills of the Gwydyr Forest, above the village of Betws-y-coed in Conwy County Capel Garmon Burial Chamber - A neolithic burial chamber that perhaps dates to about 3500 BC. It is located in a field in Capel Garmon, a small village near Betws y Coed, high abov Pont-y-Pant to Wybrnant Valley Walk - Let the train take the strain. This walk can be
accessed via the Conwy Valley Railway Line. It includes forest tracks in
the Lledr Valley, pasture Pont y Pant to Dolwyddelan Castle Walk - This walk is in the beautiful Lledr Valley, close to Dolwyddelan, near Betws y Coed, Snowdonia north Wales. The walk includes pastureland, riverside w Pont-y-Pant Railway Station - Pont-y-pant railway station sits on the Conwy Valley line and has direct links to Dolwyddelan, Roman Bridge, Blaenau Ffestiniog, Llandudno, Deganwy, L Sarn Helen in Gwydyr Forest - Sarn Helen is a Roman Road that winds its way across the Welsh countryside from Caerhun in the Conwy Valley to Carmarthen in South West Wales. Sarn He Carreg Alltrem - Carreg Alltrem is a rocky Crag in the hidden valley of Cwm Penamnen located to the south of the village of Dolwyddelan, in Conwy County, North Wales. Peacock Butterfly - The Peacock butterfly (Inachis io), is a colourful butterfly so named after its similarities with the markings on the Peacock's feathers. Our picture Lledr Valley - The valley is flanked on both sides by a mixture of rough grasslands and the woodlands of the Gwydir Forest. The A470 (North Wales to South Wales road Common Knapweed - Common Knapweed, Centaurea nigra, is a species of flowering plant in the daisy family known by the common names Lesser Knapweed, and Black Knapweed. Tai Penamnen - Tai Penamnen is the name given to the remains of the old house located in Cwm Penamnen, Dolwyddelan, Conwy County, North Wales. In the 15th Century Dolwyddelan Railway Station - Dolwyddelan railway station sits on the Conwy Valley line and has direct links to Roman Bridge, Blaenau Ffestiniog, Llandudno, Deganwy, Llandudno Junc Hidden Valley Walk - This walk includes forest track, views of Snowdonia,
waterfalls, tumbling streams and pools, burial chamber, archaeological
Leave the Capel Garmon Viewpoint 2 - View of the High Street in Capel Garmon, Conwy County, North Wales. Well when I say High Street its the only street! There are grand views from along Abandoned Village of Rhiwddolion - Rhiwddolion is an abandoned village located in a remote upland above Betws-y-Coed, in Conwy County, North Wales. For a time there was a slate quarry a Capel Garmon Viewpoint - Tombs with a View. The grave yard in Capel Garmon's old chapel offers views across the Conwy Valley to the mountains of Snowdonia. Hen Capel at Capel Cwm Penamnen - Follow the track through the valley that once echoed to the sound of Roman Legions and later the armies of the Welsh warriors in their battle with the St Gwyddelan's Church - St. Gwyddelan's Church is not the original Church in Dolwyddelan. The original Church was nearer to Dolwyddelan Castle at Bryn y Bedd. But Meredydd ab Beics Betws - Snowdonia Mountain Bike hire in the heart of the Gwydyr Forest, Betws y Coed. Most of the bikes at Beics Betws are Marin, a very well known brand of Conwy Valley Railway - From your departure at Llandudno to your arrival at
Blaenau Ffestiniog a breathtaking range of scenery unfolds before your
eyes, from the historic Planet Fear Betws y Coed - planetFear - Bike : Run : Climb : Ski |
Mountain Bike hire in Betws y Coed. planetFear specialise in bike hire, bike servicing and bike sales in Betws-y-coed Antique & Collectors Fair - Small friendly fair located in a church hall in the centre of Betws-y-Coed. Maximum 15 stalls, no dateline but no new goods at all. Established almost Cantorion Colin Jones Welsh Male Choir - <iframe width="640" height="360" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/BC8hHRV5eUY?rel=0" frameborder="0" allo Saint Mary's Church - The Parish Church was built in 1873, and designed by Paley & Austin of Lancaster. It replaced the old St. Michael's Church which was too small to Betws-y-Coed Riverside Walk - The setting for this walk is the beautifull Conwy valley. The circular walk is approx. 1.4 miles (2.2km). You could walk it in less than 1/2 an hour b Betws-y-Coed Railway Station Viewing Point - Looking north along the rail-track at Betws-y-Coed Railway Station, Conwy County, North Wales. The station platform is on the left of the picture and Sappers Suspension Bridge - The Sappers Suspension Bridge spans the Conwy River at Betws y Coed in Conwy County, North Wales. The bridge enables a short cut to the railway statio Betws-y-Coed Railway Station - Betws-y-Coed railway station sits on the Conwy Valley Line and has direct links to Pont –y- Pant, Dolwyddelan, Roman Bridge, Blaenau Ffestiniog, Lla Betws-y-Coed Village Green - Betws-y-Coed village green is bounded on its south and west side by the A5 Road with shops, hotels, and the parish church of St Mary. The green is bo Effigy of Gruffydd ap Dafydd Goch - The effigy of Gruffydd ap Dafydd Goch is to be found in St Michael's Church Betws-y-Coed, Conwy County, North Wales. The lifesize stone effigy comme St Michael's Church - Built in the 14th century St Michael's Church is the oldest building in Betws-y-Coed but with the coming of the Conwy Valley Railway Line the old ch Conwy Valley Railway Museum - Situated in the Old Goods Yard at Betws y Coed Railway Station. Fun for all the family, model shop and gift shop, train layouts in Museum, well known Betws y Coed Motor Museum - Sorry this attraction has closed down. Afon Llugwy at Pont y Pair - The pool on the Afon Llugwy at Pont y Pair bridge, Betws y Coed, Conwy County, North Wales. After heavy rainfall the river can become a raging torrent Pont y Pair Bridge - Pont y Pair, the "Bridge of the Cauldron" is a landmark in the village of Betws y Coed in the Conwy Valley, North Wales. Though to be precis Betws y Coed Llugwy River walk - This walk starts at the riverside car park at Pont-y-pair in Betws-y-Coed in the beautiful Conwy Valley where the Afon (River) Conwy meets the Afon Ll Betws-y-Coed Riverside Walk Viewpoint - The location of the Betws-y-Coed Riverside Walk Viewing point is close to the end of the new board-walk footpath where the footpath exits the woodland Betws-y-Coed Golf Club - Set in the heart of beautiful Snowdonia and commanding stunning views of the Conwy Valley. A little haven of untempered beauty. Not for nothing is it Conwy River - The river Llugwy, a major tributary of the Conwy, is a trout and salmon river.
From Betws-y-coed the river continues to flow north through Llanrwst, River Llugwy - The River Llugwy, Afon Llugwy, is a tributary of the River Conwy that has its source below Carnedd Llewelyn above Capel Curig in Snowdonia. The avera Tan y Castell Viewing Point - Looking toward Tan y Castell or "Below the Castle" in Dolwyddelan, Conwy County, North Wales. Tan y Castell as it is known locally refers to Tomen Castell Dolwyddelan - Llywelyn Fawr, or as he is known in English: Llywelyn the Great, Prince of Wales, (sometimes Llewelyn) was born c.1173 AD, at Tomen Castell a rocky o Satan Seen in the Middle of the Road - The story related to me was as follows:—Near Pentrevoelas lived a man called John Ty’nllidiart, who was in the habit of taking, yearly, cattle fro Dolwyddelan Castle - |
There is an interesting display on the history of Welsh Castles and there is access (via very steep stone steps) to the top of the Keep for fantas Swallow Falls - Next to the A5 road between Capel Curig and Betws-y-Coed the Llugwy river hurls itself into a spectacular chasm in a place known as Swallow Falls. Be Conwy Valley Railway at Roman Bridge - The Conwy Valley Railway stops at Roman Bridge Railway Station en route from Blaenau Ffestiniog to Dolwyddelan and the Conwy Valley. There are a numbe Ugly House - The Ugly House, Ty Hwll in Welsh, is a landmark on the A5 between Betws y Coed and Capel Curig in Conwy County, North Wales. Though the true origins o Water Fall on Moel Siabod - Water Fall on the river that flows from Llyn-y-Foel, a small lake high on Moel Siabod, Conwy County, North Wales. The main outflow of the lake it form Afon Lledr at Roman Bridge - The gentle flowing Afon Lledr at Roman Bridge, Blaenau Dolwyddelan. From the slopes of Moel Lledr, through Cwm Fynhadog Uchaf to Roman Bridge the Lled Roman Bridge Railway Station - Roman Bridge railway station sits on the Conwy Valley line and has direct links to Blaenau Ffestiniog, Llandudno, Deganwy, Llandudno Junction, Glan Co
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