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Set in a timeless, quiet valley this 16th-century gentry house has many of its original features, including a first floor solar open to the roof beams. It also has good claim to be the birthplace of the modern Welsh language.
Plas yn y Pentre in Llangollen.
Rhug Estate is home to North Wales’ most exclusive Farm shop, the Michelin recognised Bistro, “The Bison Grill”, and On the Hoof takeaway.
Caergwrle Methodist Church is a small but lively Methodist Church situated on Castle Street in the village of Caergwrle, Flintshire. We are part of the Wrexham Circuit which in turn belongs to the Wales Synod of the Methodist Church.
Brynkinalt Estate, home to the ancestral Trevor family since 942. Located in the beautiful surrounding of the Welsh/Shropshire border, the home is steeped in history but focused on the future.
The Parish Church of St Giles' is one of the finest examples of ecclesiastical architecture to be found in Wales. Built in the 15th and 16th Centuries, it is at least the third building on this site. It is the only mediaeval building in the
Discover the story of the leadminers of Minera, the village named after the ore beneath. Great heritage set in a country park below Minera Mountain and ideal starting point for walking the Clywedog trail.
Wrexham's industrial and social history, particularly during the 18th and 19th century, is a fascinating journey, and covered well through local attractions.
The Nant Mill Visitor Centre nestles in beautiful ancient woodland alongside the River Clywedog and offers a fascinating insight into the life of the Clywedog Valley, with a variety of displays.
Arguably the areas earliest barn conversion, this unique and enchanting church was originally a Tithe Barn. Made from Fenns Bank bricks, once a thriving local industry, the building was consecrated as a chapel in 1836.
The church lies on the Welsh border with Cheshire and has many notable attributes, among them the clock tower, some delightful stained glass, an inscribed font, and a rounded east end.
Llyn Brenig Visitor Centre is the starting point for a visit to Llyn Brenig - whether you intend to walk or cycle one of the waymarked trails, go fishing, or picnic on the lakeside.
Begun in 1277, one of the first castles to be built in Wales by King Edward I. Its most impressive feature is a solitary round tower, isolated from the rest of the inner ward. It features in Shakespeare's Richard II.
A rare example of a little-altered private chapel of the 17th century. Llangar Old Parish Church, a mile or so away, is a few centuries older in construction than Rug.
A standard gauge heritage railway located beside the historic Dee Bridge (built in 1345) in Llangollen that journeys 10 miles through the picturesque Dee Valley to the town of Corwen.
Reputed to be the smallest ancient Cathedral in Britain standing upon the historic warpaths of the Welsh princes with a rich and varied history. Magnificent architecture and stained glass windows.
Saint Dyfnog's church - one of the finest Medieval churches in the beautiful Vale of Clwyd,with its spectacular Jesse window and recently restored Hope-Jones Organ.
Standing on the banks of the River Dee in picturesque but often turbulent border country, this attractive, red sandstone church is surrounded by history, and dates back to 1395. The north door tells its own story, with loopholes for gun bar
Maes-y-Groes Bella is a grade II* listed building in Cilcain, Flintshire, Wales.
Holy Trinity Church in Mold.