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Pennal Attractions Dovey Junction Railway Station - Dovey Junction Railway Station sits on the picturesque Cambrian line, which runs from Shrewsbury to North West Wales and separates into two branches, The Cambrian Railway Line - The Cambrian is a picturesque railway line running from Shrewsbury to North West Wales. The line separates into two branches at Machynlleth railway st Ynys Hir Nature Reserve - Set on the south side of the Dyfi estuary in west Wales, this reserve mixes the delights of a Welsh oak woodland with the wet grassland and saltmarshe Y Plas - Y Plas Machynlleth is a beautiful house set in mid-Wales. It offers conferencing facilities, office rental and hire rooms for Corporate Events or Priv Machynlleth Town Clock - Machynlleth town clock sits at the junction of Maengwyn Street and Penrallt Street in Machynlleth, Powys. The impressive town clock in the town square MOMA WALES Museum of Modern Art - MOMA WALES (Museum Of Modern Art, Wales) has grown up alongside The Tabernacle, a former Wesleyan chapel which in 1986 reopened as a centre for the pe English Presbyterian Church Machynlleth - With the development of the railway in mid-Wales there was a great influx of English speakers into Machynlleth in the 1860s and from 1864 the Presbyte Machynlleth Railway Station - Machynlleth Railway Station sits on the picturesque Cambrian line, which runs from Shrewsbury to North West Wales and separates into two branches, the Maengwyn Street Market Machynlleth - The Wednesday street market in Maengwyn Street attracts many from far and wide with its great variety of traders and craftsmen. A charter granted in 1 Bro Ddyfi Leisure Centre - Bro Ddyfi Leisure Centre is situated in the heart of the Dyfi Valley in the market town of Machynlleth.It has established itself as a centre offering Celtica - SORRY CLOSED IN 2006 Welcome to Celtica, one of Wales' leading visitor attractions. At Celtica you can find out more about that fighting spirit that Machynlleth Mach 1-3 Mountain Bike Trail - Fantastic mountain bike routes for all abilities right from the town centre of Machynlleth and purpose built single track in the Dyfi forest to th Welsh European Funding Office - Parliament Building - The Old Parliament Building lies on the north side of Heol Maengwyn, Machynlleth, and is currently afforded statutory protected as a Grade I Listed Bu Owain Glyndwr Centre - The Owain Glyndwr Centre stands in Maengwyn Street, Machynlleth, Powys. The building hosts the Owain Glyndwr exhibition that celebrates the last true Visit Wales - Dyfi Furnace - Dyfi Furnace lies on the banks of the River Dyfi (Afon Dyfi), to the south of Eglwys Fach and also to the east of Ysgubor y Coed. The furnace is a re Machynlleth Golf Club - Undulating lowland meadowland 9 hole course with mostly natural hazards. The greens are considered to be second to none in the area, Excellent hospit 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 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 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. Centre for Alternative Technology - CAT is an environmental charity aiming to 'inspire, inform, and enable' people to live more sustainably. A solutions driven organisation, offering River Dyfi - The River Dovey, Welsh:Afon Dyfi runs through mid Wales. It rises in the small lake Craiglyn Dyfi at about 1900 feet above sea level, below Aran Fawdd 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
Attractions near Pennal
Dovey Junction Railway Station
The Cambrian Railway Line
Ynys Hir Nature Reserve
Y Plas
Machynlleth Town Clock
MOMA WALES Museum of Modern Art
English Presbyterian Church Machynlleth
Machynlleth Railway Station
Maengwyn Street Market Machynlleth
Bro Ddyfi Leisure Centre
Celtica
Machynlleth Mach 1-3 Mountain Bike Trail
Welsh European Funding Office
Parliament Building
Owain Glyndwr Centre
Visit Wales
Dyfi Furnace
Machynlleth Golf Club
Dolgoch Falls Walk
Abergynolwyn to Castell y Bere Walk
Abergynolwyn Railway Station on the Talyllyn Line
Twelve Gables and one Red Gate
Centre for Alternative Technology
River Dyfi
The Railway Inn
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National Parks and Places of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Castles
Ancient Churches
Neolithic Burial Chambers and Standing Stones
Counties of Wales

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