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Browsing local attractions within 25 miles of Ty
Home to approximately 20 acres of established fruits and seasonal vegetables, including its renowned asparagus, the farm’s produce is showcased in this delicious food emporium and cafe.
Pentrefoelas, LL21 9TT, Tel: 01492 531731, Email, (18 miles, 29kms)
The deep lake of Llyn Aled is located high on the Hiraethog moors.
Plas Coch, Mold Road, WREXHAM, LL11 2AW, Tel: 01978 293439, (8 miles, 14kms)
Glyndwr University is the youngest university in Wales – a new educational institution that champions the spirit of enterprise and an outward-facing philosophy.
Llanelidan, RUTHIN, Denbighshire, LL15 2LG, Tel: 01978 790677, (8 miles, 12kms)
Set in 8 acres of grounds in the beautiful Vale of Clwyd. Winners of 16 Gold Medals including the 2005 Chelsea Flower Show. Leading growers of Streptocarpus plants.
Hill Street, LLANGOLLEN, Denbighshire, LL20 8AW, Tel: 01978 861314, www.denbighshire.gov.uk/en-gb/DNAP-73FFMH, (12 miles, 19kms)
Plas Newydd was home to the Ladies of Llangollen from 1780 - 1829. The house retains the gothic features they introduced and is set in peaceful gardens surrounded by trees and includes the font from the nearby Valle Crucis Abbey.
Ruthin, LL15 1YL, Tel: 01492 531731, Email, (12 miles, 19kms)
Ruthin is twinned with Brieg, Brittany. It is located around a hill in the southern part of the Vale of Clwyd - the older part of the town, the castle and Saint Peter's Square are located on top of the hill.
Ewloe, CH5 3DN, Tel: 01492 531731, Email, (16 miles, 25kms)
Ewloe is a small town, contiguous with Hawarden and Buckley and near to Queensferry and Shotton. Situated close to the Flintshire/Cheshire sector of the Wales-England border, Ewloe forms part of Deeside.
Basket making & retailers of cane conservatory furniture - a family business spanning 5 generations. Watch Ken making bespoke baskets & have a go yourself. Basketware & cane furniture repair.
Located in Northop, overlooking the Dee Estuary, the Welsh College of Horticulture offers courses for students of a wide range of ages and abilities and has residential accommodation and facilities on site for up to thirty six people.
King Street, MOLD, Flintshire, CH7 1AP, Tel: 01745 561999, Email, www.celynfarmersmarket.co.uk/mold-farmers-market.php, (14 miles, 22kms)
Farmers Market - 1st Saturday of the month between 9am & 2pm at the church hall which overlooks the High Street in the town of Mold. Food market only
Corwen, SY10 0BZ, Tel: 01492 531731, Email, (12 miles, 19kms)
Cadair Berwyn or Cader Berwyn is a mountain summit in north east Wales. It is the highest point in the Berwyn range, and the highest significant summit in Wales outside the National Parks.
Rhug Estate, NR CORWEN, Denbighshire, LL21 0EH, Tel: 01352 762657, www.vvms.co.uk, (11 miles, 17kms)
Legends Park, Corwen is the base for the North Wales Vale Vintage Machinery Steam And Country Show which is situated alongside the A5 at the Rhug Estate.
Queensferry, CH5 1SF, Tel: 01492 531731, Email, (18 miles, 28kms)
Queensferry is a town lying on the River Dee near the border with England. Its name derives from ferries which used to cross the River Dee. The settlement of Higher Ferry is now Saltney, while Queensferry was named Lower Ferry.
Mold, LL15 1U, Tel: 01492 531731, Email, (13 miles, 22kms)
At 554m Moel Famau is the highest peak in the chain of hills that make up the Clwydian Range. Distinctive for the Jubilee Tower at the summit, Moel Famau is also the central point within the range and a good place to start exploring.
The Best Western Cross Lanes Country Hotel and Lanes Bar Restaurant is set in six and a half acres of beautiful grounds and gardens close to Wrexham, Chester and Llangollen, and is ideally situated for enjoying North Wales.
Mold, LL27 7LN, Tel: 01492 531731, Email, (14 miles, 22kms)
Mold (Welsh: Yr Wyddgrug) is a town in Flintshire, Wales, on the River Alyn. It is the administrative seat of Flintshire County Council, and was the county town of Clwyd from 1974 to 1996.
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