This category is for websites exclusively about the village of Glyn Ceiriog and the Ceiriog valley within the
county borough of Wrexham, as the Ceiriog flows from the hill-top west boundary at Cadair (784 m)
through the village of Llanarmon (Dyffryn Ceiriog), and along the B4500 on its north bank
through Tregeirog (Foel Rhiwlas), Pandy, Dolywern, and Pontadog, to Chirk.
Details of accommodation, tariff and local area, with photo gallery of local landscapes, with location on the north bank of the Ceiriog towards Tregeiriog/.
Local information for residents and visitors about the village and Ceiriog Valley, with history, Ceiriog Memorial Institute, Ceiriog Centre and amenities. Includes public transport, weather, Twitter feed, and contacts.
Project to renovate the engine shed. Includes history, archive photographs, diary of events, news updates, membership details and directions.
Offers clinical therapies, workshops and courses related to couples, childrens and baby health. Profile of therapists, overview of services, FAQ, testimonials, social media links and contacts.
Riding and pony trekking stables presents.profile, facilities and prices with information about its bunkhouse, based on the hill above Pandy.
Offers an overview of the area with images, details of walks and places of interest.
Historic inn with bar, restaurant and accommodation describes its facilities and local attractions. Includes availability, online booking and location in the village.
Eighteenth century bar and restaurant, with conference rooms and en-suite bedrooms. Includes video overview, facility details, tariffs including activity breaks, online booking link, contacts and location in Llwynmawr,
Family-run sixteenth century 16 bedroom former drover’s country inn offers accommodation and restaurant. Profile includes team, details of rooms, weddings and conference facilities, and location in Llanarmon Dyffryn Ceiriog.
Article updated by the public, about the history, geography and administration, with references and links to related articles.
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