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    • Hotel (80)
    • B&B / Guest houses (224)
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    • Caravan (105)
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About The Area

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About The Clwydian Range

Designated in 1985 as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) the Clwydian Range is one of only 8 protected Landscapes in Wales. Together with the three National Parks they form the only landscapes that have statutory protection in Wales. ... more

Castles

Castles abound in Wales, having been fought over for centuries by Britons and Romans, Anglo-Saxons and Normans, Welsh princes and English kings. ... more

Heather and Hillforts

Heather and Hillforts are two of the most striking features of the Clwydian Range and Llantysilio Mountain.

The distinct purple heather moorland that carpets the Clwydian uplands contributes to creating its outstanding beauty and is a valuable habitat for wildlife as well as providing grazing for sheep. The upland moorland contains a patchwork of heather, bilberry, gorse and bracken, a habitat that is of European importance. It is home to a special community of upland breeding birds ... more

Historic Houses

BODELWYDDAN CASTLE, near St Asaph, is a Victorian mansion housing art from the National Portrait Gallery, furniture from the Victoria and Albert Museum and sculpture from the Royal Academy. ... more

Loggerheads Country Park

Loggerheads Country Park with its beautiful wooded river valley, dramatic cliffs and outcrops is great for a short stroll or an ideal place to start exploring the Clwydian Range. It has a well marked Discovery Trail and easily accessible pathways around the park and to the hills and valleys beyond. ... more

Moel Famau

At 1818ft 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. ... more

Moel Findeg

Moel Findeg is a small but prominent mountain on the eastern edge of the Clwydian Range. It supports a unique low heath land heather at high altitude. ... more

Offa's Dyke

Offa was the most powerful and successful of all the Mercian kings. He ruled from 757AD to 796 AD and dominated England from the Humber to the Channel. ... more

Sacred Places

Several prehistoric sacred places have been discovered in and around the Clwydian Range. ... more

Towns And Villages

From anywhere in the Clwydian Range you can easily reach a variety of attractive towns and villages. Most of the towns in the area have markets where you are likely to hear Welsh spoken. ... more

Town: Llangollen

Llangollen is a town in Denbighshire situated on the River Dee, on the edge of the Berwyn mountains. ... more

Town: Denbigh

Denbigh is a market town and community in Denbighshire, Wales, of which it was formerly the county town. ... more

Town: Mold

Attractions in Mold include St Mary's Church (a 15th-century parish church), a small museum and the regional arts centre, Clwyd Theatr Cymru.
The Celyn Farmers' Market is held on the 1st / 3rd Saturdays of every month in Mold. The Mold Food & Drink Festival is held during September each year. ... more

Walking in Clwydian Range

Loggerheads is in the heart of the 'Clwydian Range Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty' and offers a wide range of trails for walkers of all abilities, including part of Offa's Dyke National Trail.Routes range from well surfaced 'access for all' trails, discovery trails and guided walks to longer way marked routes linked together to let you build your own adventure.

Many of the walks leaflets can be downloaded from ... more
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