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llanrwst north wales

The bridge over the River Conwy (Llanrwst)
Y Bont Fawr dros yr Afon Conwy (Llanrwst)

Towns and Villages

The area has many towns and villages that are worth exploring, and provide all the facilities that you will require. Information on some of these places is included in this section.

Mae gan yr ardal yma lawer o drefi a phentrefi sydd werth eu gweld, ac mae ganddynt popeth fyddwch yn ei angen. Mae'r adran yma'n cynnwys gwybodaeth am rai o'r llefydd yma.


Llanrwst - local market town in the Conwy Valley.


Betws-y-Coed - popular village in the Conwy Valley.
Capel Curig - between Betws-y-Coed and Snowdon.
Capel Garmon - small village set above the Conwy Valley.
Cerrig-y-Drudion - set on the Denbigh Moors between Betws-y-Coed and Llangollen.
Dolwyddelan - set in the picturesque Lledr Valley.
Penmachno - quiet village in the tranquil Machno Valley.

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