About Pont-y-Meibion


Pont-y-Meibion means “The Bridge of Children” in Welsh. It was once the home of the ever popular poet Hew Morus (1622-1709) who wrote his poetry at Pont-y-Meibion and his memorial still stands here in the grounds. The Ceiriog Valley is rich in

The area

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Pont -y-Meibion  Llanarmon Road  Pandy  Glyn Ceiriog  Llangollen  Denbighshire  LL20 7HS.

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Glyn Ceiriog

Offa's Dyke
1. Horseshoes
3. Glyn Valley Tramway
4. Coed Ceiriog
....Theo Davies Craft workshop
....Celtic Garden
....Gardd Getaidd
....Stewart Whitehead
....Jim Heath
....Quarx
6. Celtic Garden
7. Ceiriog Trails
8. Ceiriog Valley walk
9. Pistyll Rhaeadr Water Fall

Llangollen
10. Llangollen Wharf
11. Plas Newydd

Chirk
12. Chirk Castle
14. Morton Lodge


Wrexham
13. Erddig Hall

Welshpool
15. The Old Station

Ellesmere
16. Donkeys for hire

The Swan Inn, Pontfadog

Erw Gerrig Self Catering Cottages
Glyn Valley Hotel
Morton Lodge
The Hand Hotel
Nodyn Y Nant

Mansion House

Pen-y-Fedw Cottage

www.maengwyneddlogcabins.co.uk
Holiday Cottages in North Wales

Attractions

Where to stay

Hotels, B&Bs & Country Cottages

Distances (approx)


Manchester …………………1.5hrs

Birmingham ………………...1.5hr

Liverpool …………………… 1hr

Other useful links

www.ceiriog.com

www.llangollen.com

www.hoverdays.co.uk

www.northwalesborderlands.co.uk www.eaglesnestphotography.co.uk

www.flightnetwork.com


The area

The Ceiriog Valley


The Ceiriog Valley lies just south and parallel to the scenic Vale of Llangollen. The valley is ideal territory not only for pony and quad treks, but cycling, mountain biking, fishing, walking, bird watching and golf.

Activity packages can be arranged by Ceiriog Country Holidays.

It is an ideal place to base a holiday, with many attractions in the surrounding area.

literature and was the home of 2 other poets - John Ceiriog Hughes 1832 - 1887 and Rev. Robert Ellis 1812 - 1875. Also a notable literary figure Islwyn Ffowc Elis, born in 1924.