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Browsing local attractions within 25 miles of Bach y Graig Self Catering
Llanrwst, LL26 0BU, (18 miles, 29kms), Tel: 01492 531731, Email
Llanrwst is a small town on the A470 road and the River Conwy in Conwy County Borough. It takes its name from the 5th- to 6th-century Saint Grwst, and the original parish church in Cae Llan was replaced by the 12th-century church.
Llandudno, LL30 2BW, (19 miles, 31kms), Tel: 01492 531731, Email
Llandudno is a seaside resort, town and community in Conwy County Borough. Llandudno, "Queen of the Welsh Resorts", a title first implied as early as 1864, is now the largest seaside resort in Wales.
Halkyn, CH8 8BZ, (8 miles, 14kms), Tel: 01492 531731, Email
Halkyn is a village situated between Pentre Halkyn, Northop and Rhosesmor. At the 2001 Census the population of the community was 2,876.
Colwyn Bay, LL29 8BU, (15 miles, 24kms), Tel: 01492 531731, Email
Colwyn Bay ( Bae Colwyn) is a town, and seaside resort in Conwy County Borough on the north coast of Wales overlooking the Irish Sea.
Hawarden, CH5 3PH, (15 miles, 25kms), Tel: 01492 531731, Email
Hawarden is a village and community in part of the Deeside conurbation on the Welsh/English border and was historically significant settlement in the area. At the 2001 Census, the population of Hawarden Ward was 1,858.
Prestatyn, LL19 9BB, (7 miles, 12kms), Tel: 01492 531731, Email
The name Prestatyn derives from the Old English preosta ("priest") and tun ("farm"), and was recorded in the Domesday Book as Prestetone.
Open Doors offer everyone the chance to discover their heritage when buildings and sites of architectural, cultural and historic interest will be open to the public free of charge.
SeaQuarium offers an underwater voyage of discovery, where you can experience aquatic life from several regions of the world including the Amazon, the Pacific Ocean, the Indian Ocean, the Red Sea and from our own shores around Britain.
Rhosesmor, CH7 6QE, (9 miles, 14kms), Tel: 01492 531731, Email
Rhosesmor is a small village near Mold. The village lies near the parishes of Halkyn and Rhes-y-cae. The hamlet of Wern-y-Gaer is encompassed by the boundaries of the village.
Rhuddlan, LL18 2UL, (5 miles, 9kms), Tel: 01492 531731, Email
Rhuddlan is a town and community in the county of Denbighshire within the historic boundaries of Flintshire. It is situated to the south of the coastal town of Rhyl and overlooks the River Clwyd.
Morfa Conwy, LL33 8GA, (19 miles, 30kms), Tel: 01492 531731, Email
A large sandy bay which at low tide forms part of the extensive sands and mussel banks of Conwy Bay.
Reputed to be the smallest ancient Cathedral in Britain. Magnificent architecture and stained glass windows. Contains the Bishop William Morgan Welsh Bible of 1588. A living working place of worship as well as a visitor attraction.
Holywell, CH7 1NR, (11 miles, 18kms), Tel: 01492 531731, Email
Llyn Helyg means Willow Lake and it is aptly named as it is surrounded by woodland, and especially willow trees, on all sides. It is a large body of water that was originally over 30 acres but has been reduced by gradual encroachment.
Holywell, CH8 7UT, (8 miles, 12kms), Tel: 01492 531731, Email
Holywell is the fifth largest town in Flintshire, lying to the west of the estuary of the River Dee. The market town of Holywell takes its name from the St Winefride's Well, a holy well surrounded by a chapel.
We specialise in accompanied walking tours of the Clwydian range, which forms a 35 km north-south chain of undulating hills extending to 160 sq.km and rising to 554 metres at the summit of Moel Famau in the centre of the area.
Abergele, LL22 7AG, (9 miles, 14kms), Tel: 01492 531731, Email
Abergele is an old Roman town situated on the north coast of Wales between the resorts of Colwyn Bay and Rhyl in the county borough of Conwy. The town itself lies on the A55 and is surrounded by woodland covered hillsides.
Corwen, LL21 0DF, (17 miles, 28kms), Tel: 01492 531731, Email
The picturesque market town of Corwen sits at the foot of the Berwyn Mountains at the western end of the Dee Valley. The town is situated 11 miles (18 km) west of Llangollen and 13 miles (21 km) south of Ruthin.
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