Maps of :Corwen Tourist Attractions
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Corwen Attractions Owain Glyndwr Statue - Owain Glyndwr (1350-1416)was a Welsh gentryman and loyal supporter of the English King Richard II. But in 1400 he raised an army and rebelled against Dolphin Restaurant - Restaurant in Corwen, Denbighshire, near the famous town of Llangollen. Corwen Library - Corwen Library Facilities and Services for Disabled People Accessible toilet Universal access computer workstation RNIB talking book membership Corwen Pavilion, Pafiliwn Corwen - Corwen Pavilion, Pafiliwn Corwen, was where Wales' first Urdd Eisteddfod was held in 1929. It’s one of the largest public halls in North Wales and i Corwen Leisure Centre - Corwen Leisure Centre includes these facilities. | Swimming Pool| The pool is used for Public swimming, Aqua based fitness classes and swimming less Rug Chapel - Rug Chapel/Llangar Old Parish Church is situated just north of Corwen in Clawdd Poncen. Religiously glorious in glorious technicolour. Never judge a Bryn-llus - Bryn-llus at 549m (1802ft) is a mountain in the Berwyn Range of mountains in Mid Wales. Bryn-llus lies to the south of Corwen. The Grouse Inn - Enjoying spectacular views over the River Dee and the Berwyn mountain range, here in the little village of Carrog and just a short walk from the last Moel Fferna Mountain - Moel Fferna, at 2,067ft, 630m, is a mountain in the Berwyn Range of Mountains. Moel Fferna lies south east of Corwen on the Denbighshire / Wrexham C Moel yr Henfaes - Moel yr Henfaes, at 2,037ft, 621m, is a mountain in the Berwyn Range of mountains in Denbighshire, Mid Wales. Moel yr Henfaes lies to the south of C The Glassblobbery - We have all sorts of handmade glass sculptures including glass animals, glass flowers, glass dragons and other glass sea creatures all bespoke and lov Berwyn Arms - The Berwyn Arms near Corwen is a popular dining pub on the A5 between Corwen and Llangollen. Sunday lunch. Separate restaurant. Children welcome. Derwen Churchyard Cross - The Derwen Churchyard Cross is in the churchyard of Mary’s Church in Derwen, which is situated to the north of Corwen. The cross is grade II listed Leyland Arms Inn - The Leyland Arms is one of the few remaining true country pubs with a real country pub attitude. The Leyland Arms exists primarily to keep the local c
Attractions near Corwen
Owain Glyndwr Statue
Dolphin Restaurant
Corwen Library
Corwen Pavilion, Pafiliwn Corwen
Corwen Leisure Centre
Rug Chapel
The Grouse Inn
Moel Fferna Mountain
Moel yr Henfaes
The Glassblobbery
Berwyn Arms
Derwen Churchyard Cross
Leyland Arms Inn
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