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Seven NT places to visit within 25 miles of Clawddnewydd
Castles in Wales
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This area of Wales is rich in History and Historic buildings and sites. There lots
of things to get up to if you are here on holiday or, even if you live in the area.
On the left of the page are some of the places that you can go to and spend the day.
There are many others where you could have an enjoyable day out at.
Llangollen is half an hours drive from Clawddnewydd, where you can take a trip on
a steam train amongst other things.
Conwy is a short journey away where you can visit the Castle and Telford's Suspension
Bridge and walk along the quay to Britain's smallest house nestling under the town
Llandudno is a little further on where you have the Pier, Beach and many other attractions.
Portmeirion, Clough Williams-Ellis’s Italianate Village, where the sixties TV programme
“The Prisoner” was filmed, is about 45 miles away from Clawdd.
Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
Tree Top Adventure Courses
Nantclwyd Y Dre, Ruthin
Ruthin Pwllglas Golf Club
Ffynnon Sara, Derwen. Pilgrim’s Progress.
Traditionally pilgrims undertook long and often dangerous journeys to shrines of
saints to seek forgiveness for sins, healing or spiritual guidance.
The lane from Clawddnewydd to Melyn-Y-Wig formed part of the pilgrims Route between
the shrines of St Winifred in Holywell and St David’s. It was one of the most highly
valued routes in Wales.
Two pilgrimages to St Davids were considered to equal to a pilgrimage to Rome and
three to the same value as a pilgrimage to Jerusalem.
See more local history and special places in Denbighshire…here…
Ruthin Craft Centre is well worth a visit, the award winning designed Centre for
the applied arts.
Special Places in Denbighshire
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