Located on the banks of the Afon Medred in a peaceful valley just a few minutes away from the busy A5, Llangwm is a traditional farming community. The village mill used to generate enough electricity from the waters of the Afon Medred to make the village more or less self sufficient until the 1930s.
The village is a wonderful centre for walking with many trails and footpaths in the area, and lying at the foot of Foel Goch, part of the Glyderau range of Snowdonian mountains. It’s a 12km walk to Foel Goch with stunning views in all directions of the surrounding hills and mountains.
There’s the opportunity to experience real Welsh culture – the local Male Voice Choir rehearses in the Community Centre and visitors are welcome to join them for an impromptu concert!
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