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3 Corwen Hotels and Guest Houses


4 stars

0.2 miles from Corwen

Bron -Y- Graig, Corwen, LL21 0DR · Map

Phone: +44 (0)1490 413007


Single from: £50.00

Double from: £110.00

per room per night

Tyddyn Llan Restaurant with Rooms

5 stars

4.9 miles from Corwen

Corwen, Corwen, LL21 0ST · Map



Double from: £166.67

per room per night

The quaint town of Corwen lies in the county of Denbighshire in northern Wales. Located on the bank of the River Dee with the Berwyn Mountain looming over, this quiet town is an absolutely beautiful sight. While the town is a small peaceful town it is probably best known for it's connection to Owain Glyndwr. Glyndwr was the Welsh prince who in the 1400s lead the Welsh in their struggle for independence.

One of the things visitors like to see when they stop in this little town is the statue of Prince Glyndwr. This life-sized statue is made completely from bronze. It depicts Owain Glyndwr on the back of his battle horse. Installed in The Square in 2007 it commemorates the day that Glyndwr was proclaimed to be the first Prince of Wales, an honor that took place in 1400.

Another popular stop is the Church of Saints Mael and Sulien. This wonderful parish church was built somewhere between the 15th and 16th centuries, as is depicted by its architecture. While this is the building that stands on the site today it is believed a much older church once sat here, most likely founded by the very saints that this church is dedicated to. A unique window pane resides in the east window. The center pain is stained glass, while the left and right panes are not. At one time the entire window was stained glass, unfortunately the glass was broken somehow and the fragments were gathered to make the new center pane. This pane contains 120 pieces of glass from the original window. During the 18 and 1900s the church underwent reconstruction but that didn't mean that the whole church got an upgrade. While many things such as the pews were replaced, items such as the south door stayed. This door is believed to be from the medieval period and is extremely heavy as is the key used to unlock it. Visitors from all over will enjoy the beauty and eclectic nature of the pieces in this ancient church.

Also in the town is the castle motte. This is all that remains of a Norman castle believed to have been built here. Tourists can see what a Norman motte looked like and enjoy the history surrounding these interesting structures.

In the countryside just outside of the Corwen town limits is the rare site of a private chapel. Rug Chapel was built in the 17th century and has undergone very few renovations. Visitors can enjoy not only the beauty of the plain architecture on the outside, but the treasures within. From looking at the exterior of the church one wouldn't believe the interior. The exterior is a simple no frills brick church while the interior is a treasure trove of carved ardhes, Wood angles, elaborate roof decor and even painted rose motifs on the beams. It is a wonderful sight and is a must stop on your tour through Corwen.

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