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One in an occasional series of places we have visited and enjoyed. Cerrig y Ddinas is an Iron Age hill fort over looking the Conwy valley about 3 miles from Conwy itself. We would recommend approaching from Conwy rather than from the Henryd road. Both are very steep in parts and single track but the Henryd route is very narrow for mos of its length and passing places are very few. The road from C...

North Wales is synonymous with dogs - it's a rural farming area and every one seems to have a dog or two! This is intended as a guide to some of the best places to take your dogs to be sure of a warm welcome.  It's far from complete and I'll be adding to it regularly so please let me know if you visit somewhere that you think I should know about and I'll include it Although Tafarn Y Fedw translate...

Here at Bryn Ffynnon we know that your dog is part of the family and in most of Conwy and the surrounding areas they are very welcome. However some of the local beaches do have restrictions on dogs during the summer months.   In Wales this is from 1st May to 30th September  ( Gwynedd 1st April to 30th September) The good news is that on our local beaches the ban is only partial and affects the fol...

Here at Bryn Ffynnon we have been actively supporting this charity for the last couple of years but would like to do even more! Access to affordable loans is very hard for small entrepreneurs in developing countries and we decided that we would like to become involved. Lendwithcare is a revolutionary way to help some of the world’s poorest people work their way out of poverty with dignity. Lendwit...
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