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Corwen Tourist Information

Corwen is a lovely inland market town, it can be found nestled on the banks of the River Dee at the foot of the Berwyn Mountains. Located at the Western end of the picturesque Dee Valley, Corwen is positioned roughly ten miles West from the popular town of Llangollen.

The Shops in Corwen are made up of independent retailers, in addition to a Post Office in the town, Corwen is well served by a number of pubs and a variety of cafes and restaurants.

A few miles West from Corwen is Glassblobbery, here you will find a fascinating glass workshop that offers demonstrations and courses on various techniques using glass, including flame glass blowing and glass blobbing. The workshop sells a wonderful selection of unique sculptures that are made of glass and other materials.

Just outside the town lies the historic Rug Chapel, it's a charming 17th-century Rug Chapel packed with interesting carvings and flamboyant decoration throughout. Now in the care of CADW, the Rug Chapel is open to visitors between April and November - Monday to Friday.

The Clwydian Range and Dee Valley AONB - Offers a wealth of seeing and doing
The stunning Dee Valley is ideally suited for a range of outdoor activities, particularly for walking, mountain biking and horse riding.

The River Dee yields some excellent fishing along its 68-mile length, and the stretch that skirts around Corwen town is no exception, here anglers are treated to some outstanding Game Fishing for salmon, trout and grayling.

Corwen has been awarded the 'Walkers are Welcome' status
The Clwydian and Dee Valley has been designated as an Area Of Outstanding Natural Beauty, this provides walkers with plenty of interesting and scenic walking routes. To really take in Corwen's many walks the town plays host to the annual 'Corwen Walking Festival', over a weekend walking enthusiasts are able to take on many walking routes from the town, each having different grades of ability that go from easy and moderate to hard.

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Corwen tourist information

Corwen is a lovely inland market town, it can be found nestled on the banks of the River Dee at the foot of the Berwyn Mountains. Located at the Western end of the picturesque Dee Valley, Corwen is positioned roughly ten miles West from the popular town of Llangollen.

The Shops in Corwen are made up of independent retailers, in addition to a Post Office in the town, Corwen is well served by a number of pubs and a variety of cafes and restaurants.

A few miles West from Corwen is Glassblobbery, here you will find a fascinating glass workshop that offers demonstrations and courses on various techniques using glass, including flame glass blowing and glass blobbing. The workshop sells a wonderful selection of unique sculptures that are made of glass and other materials.

Just outside the town lies the historic Rug Chapel, it's a charming 17th-century Rug Chapel packed with interesting carvings and flamboyant decoration throughout. Now in the care of CADW, the Rug Chapel is open to visitors between April and November - Monday to Friday.

The Clwydian Range and Dee Valley AONB - Offers a wealth of seeing and doing
The stunning Dee Valley is ideally suited for a range of outdoor activities, particularly for walking, mountain biking and horse riding.

The River Dee yields some excellent fishing along its 68-mile length, and the stretch that skirts around Corwen town is no exception, here anglers are treated to some outstanding Game Fishing for salmon, trout and grayling.

Corwen has been awarded the 'Walkers are Welcome' status
The Clwydian and Dee Valley has been designated as an Area Of Outstanding Natural Beauty, this provides walkers with plenty of interesting and scenic walking routes. To really take in Corwen's many walks the town plays host to the annual 'Corwen Walking Festival', over a weekend walking enthusiasts are able to take on many walking routes from the town, each having different grades of ability that go from easy and moderate to hard.

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