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Llangollen Railway

Don’t forget a journey on the Llangollen Heritage Railway one of the major tourist attractions in North Wales. Ten miles of beautiful scenery between Llangollen to Corwen and a journey on the train is one of the best ways to see the stunning views of this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in comfort. Buy a rover ticket, study the time table and spend the day exploring the local Dee Valley area.

www.llangollen-railway.co.uk

 

 

Conwy Castle and Conwy

Visit Conwy town and castle and walk along the castle walls that surround it - wow! The views once you are up and walking along the castle walls are amazing, brings to life the history of the day the castle was built. Well worth a visit.

www.cadw.gov.wales/daysout/conwycastle

 

Local -Pen y Pigyn

On the hillside above Corwen is Pen y Pigyn and its monument, built to commemorate the marriage of Edward, Prince of Wales in 1863.

There are lovely views form the top, you can see the Church of St Mael and St Sulien and you can see COPS.

Legend says that the dagger mark in the stone lintel above the south door of the church was made by a dagger thrown by the Welsh hero Owain Glyndwr from Pen y Pigyn!

In the woodland, near a lovely waterfall, you can see the Gorsedd stone circle, constructed in 1919 for the druid opening ceremony of the National Eisteddfod. You can continue to walk further up to the reservoir and on to the Berwyn Mountains and Liberty Hall.

Pen y Pigyn & Walks

 

Llangollen Railway

Don’t forget a journey on the Llangollen Heritage Railway one of the major tourist attractions in North Wales. Ten miles of beautiful scenery between Llangollen to Corwen and a journey on the train is one of the best ways to see the stunning views of this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in comfort. Buy a rover ticket, study the time table and spend the day exploring the local Dee Valley area.

www.llangollen-railway.co.uk

Conwy Castle and Conwy

Visit Conwy town and castle and walk along the castle walls that surround it - wow! The views once you are up and walking along the castle walls are amazing, brings to life the history of the day the castle was built. Well worth a visit.

www.cadw.gov.wales/daysout/conwycastle

Local -Pen y Pigyn

On the hillside above Corwen is Pen y Pigyn and its monument, built to commemorate the marriage of Edward, Prince of Wales in 1863.

There are lovely views form the top, you can see the Church of St Mael and St Sulien and you can see COPS.

Legend says that the dagger mark in the stone lintel above the south door of the church was made by a dagger thrown by the Welsh hero Owain Glyndwr from Pen y Pigyn!

In the woodland, near a lovely waterfall, you can see the Gorsedd stone circle, constructed in 1919 for the druid opening ceremony of the National Eisteddfod. You can continue to walk further up to the reservoir and on to the Berwyn Mountains and Liberty Hall.

Pen y Pigyn & Walks

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Corwen Old Police Station & Court House

London Road, Corwen, Denbigshire
United Kingdom LL21 0DP

+44 (0) 7590 442 632
+44 (0) 1490 412 503

caroline@corwenoldpolicestation.co.uk