Hiraethog is a peaceful and remote region of North Wales yet easy to reach from the rest of the UK and Ireland, and main entry points to the UK.
From Manchester, Liverpool and the North West
The A55 brings you along the North Wales coast from Chester (linking from the M56, M6 and M53). Leave the A55 at junction 27A, then travel to the Hiraethog and Denbigh moors region on the A525 via Denbigh.
From Birmingham, the Midlands and South Wales
Travel to the south of Hiraethog on the A5 via Shrewsbury, Llangollen and Corwen.
From Southern Ireland
From Holyhead take the A55 to Junction 11, approaching Hiraethog from the west via Betws y Coed.
From West Wales
Join the A5 from the A470 via Betws y Coed (approaching the Hiraethog region from the west) or the A494 via Bala (approaching Hiraethog from the east).
By Bus or Coach
The main villages across Hiraethog are served by local buses – to find out more details contact Traveline on 0870 608 2608 or visit their website.
The nearest railway station is Betws y Coed. Contact National Rail Enquiries for details.