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Nestling in the fertile and picturesqueVale of Clwyd in North Wales is the small village of Llandyrnog, it lies about three miles outside of Denbigh with evidence that it has been inhabited since medieval times. Indeed the church was established here by Teyrnog in the 6th. The present church is built on earlier foundations, mainly in the 15th century and is known as a “Vale of Clwyd” type church as it has a double nave, an architectral feature peculiar to this region. It is a village and therefore it may seem to lack the local amenities of those larger villages however it does have a village shop, a couple of pubs and access to the larger market towns of Denbigh and Ruthin are close by. One surprising fact about Llandyrnog its dairy produces around 15% of the UK’s cheddar cheese.

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Golden Lion Inn
Kinmel Arms Tavern
White Horse Inn


Pentre Mawr House
White Horse Inn


Bryn Clwyd County Primary School

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Pentre Mawr House (1.02 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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Guildhall Tavern (3.39 miles)

Guildhall Tavern
An experience of the unusual awaits you at this beautifully restored historic hotel. With 16th Century origins and a tale or two to tell, the building is full of character with exposed beams, feature fireplaces ... More | visit website
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Castle House (3.53 miles)

Castle House

Indulgent. Luxurious. Different.Castle House is one of Wales’ newest and most ambitious bed & breakfast locations.A commitment to quality, attention to detail, stunning décor and breathtaking views makes Castle House Bed & Breakfast perfect for ... More | visit website

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Castle Hotel (4.40 miles)

Castle Hotel

Set in the beautiful and picturesque foothills of the clywdian mountains, the Castle Hotel is the ideal place from which to explore the Northwest, from the North Wales coastline with it's medieval castles to the mountains of snowdonia.

The ... More | visit website

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Blossom Cottage (4.53 miles)

Blossom Cottage
Three bedroom house, one double bed room, one two single bed room, one one single bed room. Fitted kitchen, and one bathroom upstairs, with electric shower, and bath. Quiet garden in the rear of property. Public park land ... More | visit website
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Ye Olde Anchor Inn (4.54 miles)

Ye Olde Anchor Inn

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Ye Olde Anchor Inn, set in the medival town of Ruthin, offers the perfect spot to spend a night whilst touring North Wales.
The 18th century inn, with its low ceilings and ... More

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Ruthin Castle Hotel (4.58 miles)

Ruthin Castle Hotel
A magical Welsh hotel with mediaeval roots dating back to the days of Edward I.
Set within acres of woods and parkland a little over 20 miles from Chester, in an area of outstanding natural beauty, ... More | visit website
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Druid Inn (5.75 miles)

Druid Inn
Jim, Julie and their staff have gained an enviable reputation locally for the high standard of food served at the Druid Inn. As attractive as the exterior would suggest, this is a place of low ... More | visit website
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Eriviat Hall (5.84 miles)

Eriviat Hall

Are you looking for something different and very special !.... a Private and Exclusive,Big House,Party House with Group accommodation a Property to get together , Entertain and Impress your Guests. A peaceful weekend escape, in the ... More | visit website

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Hafan Deg (6.20 miles)

Hafan Deg

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This 4* B&B is on the edge of a small friendly village, deep in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, surrounded by woodland, yet only 3 miles from the market ... More

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