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Ty Mawr Wybrnant
Ty Mawr Wybrnant

Penmachno  click to hear word

Penmachno is the main village in the Machno Valley, a rural and hidden valley, away from the hurly-burly of modern life. Its small houses are clustered around a five-arched stone bridge built in 1785.

Penmachno yw'r prif bentref yn Nyffryn Machno, dyffryn tawel wedi ei guddio i ffwrdd oddi wrth prysurdeb bywyd modern. Mae ei dai bach wedi eu casglu o gwmpas pont gerrig hefo pump bwa, a adeiladwyd yn 1785.

Amenities  Gwasanaethau

Buses - very limited service. Use of car recommended.

Shops  Siopau

There are many shops in Betws-y-Coed (4 miles) and Llanrwst (8 miles) away.

Places to Eat  Llefydd i Fwyta

Conwy Falls Café - Snacks and meals (located at junction of A5 and B4406 to north of Penmachno).

Worth a Visit  Werth eu Gweld

Ty Mawr Wybrnant (NT) - birthplace of Bishop William Morgan who translated the Bible into Welsh.
Conwy Falls - Waterfalls (with small entrance fee)

Places of Worship  Llefydd i Addoli

Capel Bethania - Wesleyan chapel
Capel Salem - Methodist chapel
English services in Betws-y-Coed

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