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Llawr-Betws Farm Caravan Park

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Owain Glyndwr Hotel
"Good Points: It had all the amenities you would expect in a hotel. Bad Points: The whole place needs a total cosmetic overhaul. Though please do not think that this ..." More

Owain Glyndwr Hotel
"cam to corwen for a weekend where we played local team corwen fc. had a fantastic time and got well looked after by the hotel landlord (everyone must see that ..." More

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Corwen is to be found in North East Wales resting at the foot of the Berwyn Mountains at the western end of the Dee Valley. It is a market town that thrived during the Victorian period. Having said that the Church of St Mael and St Sulien in the centre of the town is thought to date back to medieval times, the churchyard shape and location give rise to this theory. As mentioned though it was Victorian times that saw this town grow and today there are many Victorian buildings of special architectural and historic interest in the town centre – so much so that the town centre is a designated Conservation Area. In keeping with the industrial Revolution it was the railways that contributed to the popularity of Corwen, it was central to the road and rail access for the North and West coasts of North Wales. Today the town centre boasts a range of traditional shops for visitor and resident alike and if you are visiting then the views across the Dee Valley from the Iron Age hill fort of Caer Drewyn is worth the effort.


David G Watkins
Ruth Lewis Accountancy Service


Llyn Brenig Visitor Centre


Llawr-Betws Farm Caravan Park


Yoga - Yoga Classes


The Health Centre

Estate Agent

Dodd’s Property World


Owain Glyndwr Hotel
Tyddyn Llan Hotel

Pub and Bar

Berwyn Arms
Goat Inn
Grouse Inn
Royal Oak


Berwyn (The)
Country Cooks
Glan Yr Afon Restaurant


Caer Drewyn County Primary School
Gwyddelwern County Primary School

Maes Hyfryd County Primary School




Goddard Taxis
Owen Taxis

Sports Clubs

Corwen CC (Cricket)


Rhug Organic Farm
Glyndwr Plants
G & L L Jones
Rowlands Pharmacy


G.Y.G. Karting(Motor Sports)

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Owain Glyndwr Hotel (0.03 miles)

Owain Glyndwr Hotel

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Combining heritage with the comforts and facilities of a modern hotel. The Owain Glyndwr provides an excellent venue for business or an ideal base to explore North Wales.
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Bron-y-Graig (0.18 miles)


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Bron-y-Graig is a luxurious 10-bedroom Victorian Town House Hotel in North Wales with tranquil river and mountain views. Relaxed, a la carte Dining and/or B&B in our spacious rooms with room ... More | visit website

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Plas Derwen Country House (0.18 miles)

Plas Derwen Country House
Set within five acres of secluded garden and rolling fields; with magnificent views over the River Dee and valley; Plas Derwen offers a friendly; peaceful and tranquil setting. Plas Derwen is close to Llangollen: 8 ... More | visit website
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Hafannedd (4.16 miles)


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17th century converted woollen mill on the banks of the River Clwyd between Ruthin and Corwen. Hafannedd is located on the A494, within easy reach of North Wales' major tourist ... More

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Tyddyn Llan Hotel (4.83 miles)

Tyddyn Llan Hotel

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Tyddyn Llan, a small elegant Georgian Country House with an award winning restaurant and luxurious accommodation is in a peaceful location with beautiful gardens in an area of remarkable natural ... More

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Pentre-Bach (5.33 miles)

Pentre Bach is situated in a beautiful valley at the foot of the magnificent Berwyn Nature Reserve and mountains in south-east Snowdonia. It is surrounded by its own fields and woodland in countryside which stretches ... More | visit website

The Loft (7.36 miles)

The Loft

An attractive 18th century, stone-built semi-detached barn conversion, situated in the old grounds of Eyarth Hall, 3 miles from Ruthin, which stands in a lovely rural setting surrounded by rolling farmland and stunning views of ... More

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Erw Feuirg Farm Guesthouse (7.49 miles)

Erw Feuirg Farm Guesthouse

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Lovely open views of the Berwyn Mountains. Ideal location for touring Snwodonia National Park, walking or water sport activities. A typical Welsh Farm. Less than an hour from the seaside ... More

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Chainbridge Hotel (7.51 miles)

Chainbridge Hotel

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The Chainbridge is sited in a unique position between the spectacular River Dee, with it's racing white water and leaping salmon, and the Llangollen canal that begins it's life just a ... More

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Horseshoe Pass (7.59 miles)

Horseshoe Pass
Located on the Horseshoe Pass, these secluded cottages have beautiful views across the hilly Welsh countryside. These converted 17th-century farm buildings are set in lovely walled gardens with a stream running through. The mountains can ... More | visit website

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