In 1849 this little community was unceremoniously described as being surrounded by “unproductive and widely extended heaths”. Nowadays it gives it name to Clocaenog Forest, over 100km2 of forested uplands with a wealth of wildlife, and a good starting point for walking and mountain biking activities. The Pincyn Llys monument built by Lord Bagot celebrates the planting of the Forest. The village has a 13th century church, small school and an abundance of beautiful local walks.
GYG is an 1100m Karting Circuit, one of the biggest karting circuits in the UK.
A historic Welsh Drovers Inn, nestled on the edge of the sleepy village of...
This interesting and scenic trail links the Hiraethog villages of Pentrefoelas,...
Take on the Her Hiraethog