Maps of :Dolgoch Tourist Attractions
Map of Dolgoch Tourist Attractions in Wales >
This map portrays some of the best tourist attractions in Dolgoch, Wales. Click on our interactive map below to find details of the Attractions in Dolgoch that are featured in the Walesdirectory. Please click on the 'Map Layers' list on the sidebar to find accommodation close to the attraction displayed on the map.
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Dolgoch Falls Walk - This walk is set in the heart of the beautiful Tal-y-Llyn Valley, southern Snowdonia National Park, yet but 4 miles from the beaches of Tywyn. On this Birds Rock, Craig yr Aderyn - Birds Rock, or Craig yr Aderyn, 258m, is a rocky hill in the beautiful Dysynni Valley between the villages of Llanegryn and Llanfihangel-y-pennant in Dysynni Valley - It is a lovely old church and has an important part to play in Welsh christian history, as it was from this village that the young girl Mary Jones wal Abergynolwyn Railway Station on the Talyllyn Line - The Abergynolwyn Railway Station is the main inland station of the Talyllyn Railway and the starting point for many passengers.
Station facilities i Abergynolwyn to Castell y Bere Walk - The walk is a 5 ½ mile round trip so I would allow 3 hours when including the visits to Castell y Bere and the church of St Michael's at Llanfihangel Pont Ystumanner - Sheep grazing in the fields. Part of the beautiful landscape near Pont Ystumanner in the Dysynni Valley, close to Castell-y-Bere and the village of Ab The Railway Inn - The Railway Inn is a Pub and Restaurant in Abergynolwyn, south of Dolgellau in the county of Gwynedd, Wales. The village is popular with steam train e Twelve Gables and one Red Gate - A terrace of Twelve Gables and one Red Gate. The back of Tan y Bryn Street in the village of Abergynolwyn, Gwynedd West Wales. Castell y Bere - Castell y Bere is a romantic Castle that appears to
grow from the rock which rises dramatically from the level floor of the
Dysynni Valley. From t St Michael's Church - The church houses an exhibition about Mary Jones, 1784-1866, the local girl who in the year 1800, at the age of 16 walked barefoot from Llanfihangel-y Afon Dysynni River -
The River Dysynni (Welsh: Afon Dysynni) is a river in Gwynedd, West Wales. The Dysynni
flows from Tal-y-llyn Lake in a southwestern direction to A Cadfan Stone Tywyn - The Tywyn stone or Cadfan stone was found in the early
17th century close to St Cadfan's Church in Tywyn West Wales. The stone
is inscribed with t St Cadfan's Church - However although the crossing, chancel and transepts are modern (rebuilt on ancient foundations) the massive double aisled nave is original 12th cent Talyllyn Railway Company - Built on a gauge of 2 feet 3 inches, the Talyllyn Railway is one of a number of narrow-gauge lines in north and mid Wales built in the 19th century to Narrow Gauge Railway Museum - When the Talyllyn Railway Preservation Society was formed in 1950, the first priority had to be the rescue of the virtually derelict railway. It was n Llwyngwril Gallery - The Website for the Gallery appears to have closed down.|
Llwyngwril Gallery is found in the pretty village of Llwyngwril, on the A493 between Dol Llwyngwril Railway Station - Tywyn Railway Station - Tywyn railway station sits on the picturesque Cambrian line, which runs from Shrewsbury to North West Wales and separates into two branches, the coast
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