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The town of Caerwys is to be found in North East Wales in the County of Flintshire and is probably one of the smallest towns in the United Kingdom yet it manages to offer residents and visitors alike a range of local shops and services. Originally a Roman outpost it has been suggested that the local church, of St Michaels’ is built on the base of a former Roman observation post. Caerwys also has a connection with Pennsylvania in the United States – the founder of Pennsylvania was one William Penn who had a close personal friend called Thomas Wynne who was from Caerwys. Thomas Wynne became the first speaker of the Provincial Government and a Provincial Judge and it was he who was responsible for the street pattern of Philadelphia which he based on the street pattern of his home town - Caerwys. Today Caerwys is known for the picturesque views that it can offer as it nestles in the countryside close to the larger towns of Prestatyn and Rhyl. It is conveniently situated just off the main North Wales trunk road, the A55, and this makes it an ideal location for touring the surrounding countryside.

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Caerwys View Holiday Home Park

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Llys Meddyg

Golf Club

Caerwys Golf Club

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Piccadilly Inn
Royal Oak
Travellers Inn

Restaurant

Pori Gwych
Pwllgwyn Restaurant

School

Ysgol Yr Esgob VA Primary School

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Allitts Travel Links

Shops

Sundawn Garden Centre
Caerwys Pharmacy

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Travelodge Halkyn (1.87 miles)

Travelodge Halkyn

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

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Bodlonfa Hall (3.38 miles)

Bodlonfa Hall

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Bodlonfa Hall Country House offers tranquill accomodation set in an Area Of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with an idylic rural position enjoying far reaching views over the North Wales countryside and ... More

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Glan Yr Afon Inn (4.13 miles)

Glan Yr Afon Inn

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Nestling in the small village of Dolphin, near Holywell and just off the A55 to Holyhead, The Glan Yr Afon Inn combines traditional and contemporary elements. We provide simple, fresh, locally sourced, ... More

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Pentre Mawr House (4.15 miles)

Pentre Mawr House

Graham and Bre are delighted to open Pentre Mawr House (Graham's family home of four hundred years) as a country house. The houses mirrors their other property at Sychnant Pass House in Conwy. It ... More | visit website

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Tan-yr-Onnen (4.19 miles)

Tan-yr-Onnen

Tan-yr-Onnen offers quality bed and breakfast (B&B) accommodation near St. Asaph at the head of the Vale of Clwyd in North Wales. This bed and breakfast is set in a rural location, just off the ... More | visit website

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Greenhill Farm Guest House (4.40 miles)

Greenhill Farm Guest House
Our 16th century farmhouse is set in beautiful gardens and affords extensive views across the Dee Estuary to the Wirral Peninsular and beyond. The oak beamed house retains its ‘old world’ charm while incorporating every ... More | visit website
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The Hall (4.89 miles)

A Jacobean cottage full of character and set in quiet and intriguing grounds. ... More
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Stokyn Hall Country House B and B (4.92 miles)

Stokyn Hall Country House B and B
Stokyn Hall is rural Edwardian house with far reaching Dee Estuary views, yet centrally located for the towns of Mostyn, Holywell, Mold, Flint, Chester and Llandudno. And also hopping distance from the Pennant and Coastal ... More | visit website
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Oriel House, Country Hotel & Spa (5.22 miles)

Oriel House, Country Hotel & Spa

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This country house hotel with leisure club and spa is situated 5 minutes' drive from St. Asaph Business Park, just off the main A55. The Oriel Hotel is the ideal base from ... More

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Plas Elwy Hotel (6.00 miles)

Plas Elwy Hotel

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This small, friendly, family run hotel provides modern facilities whilst retaining the character and atmosphere of a property dating back to 1850.
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