Cottages & Holiday Homes in Corwen Town


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Corwen Tourist Information

Corwen is a lovely inland market town nestled on the banks of the River Dee, at the foot of the Berwyn Mountains.


Being located at the Western end of the picturesque Dee Valley means the town does not have a local train station, although it is the last stop on the journey for the scenic Llangollen Railway. Corwen is however easily accessible by car or bus, thanks to the main A5 road which travels through the town as it makes its way up to North Wales.

The shops in the Corwen are made up of independent retailers, selling everyday essentials to both tourists and the surrounding communities, the town also has a couple of banks and a post office. Corwen is well served by a number of pubs, as well as a variety of cafes and restaurants.

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Near to the town of Corwen is Glassblobbery, a 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, made of glass and other materials.

Just outside the town is the historic Rug Chapel, a charming 17th-century Rug Chapel packed with interesting carvings and flamboyant decoration throughout. Now in the care of CADW (The Welsh Government’s historic environment service), the Rug Chapel is open to visitors between April and November - Monday to Friday.

The picturesque Dee Valley lends itself perfectly to a number of outdoor activities like walking, mountain biking and for anglers, the Corwen stretch of the River Dee is an ideal fishing location for catching salmon, trout and grayling.

The Clwydian and Dee Valley, where Corwen is located has been designated as an 'Area Of Outstanding Natural Beauty', this provides walkers with plenty of interesting and scenic walking routes.

Each year the town plays host to the 'Corwen Walking Festival', where over a weekend walking enthusiasts are able to take on varying levels of walking routes from the town. Corwen has made the town and surrounding area very welcoming to walkers, this has resulted in the town being awarded the 'Walkers are Welcome' status.

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Corwen tourist information

Corwen is a lovely inland market town nestled on the banks of the River Dee, at the foot of the Berwyn Mountains.


Being located at the Western end of the picturesque Dee Valley means the town does not have a local train station, although it is the last stop on the journey for the scenic Llangollen Railway. Corwen is however easily accessible by car or bus, thanks to the main A5 road which travels through the town as it makes its way up to North Wales.

The shops in the Corwen are made up of independent retailers, selling everyday essentials to both tourists and the surrounding communities, the town also has a couple of banks and a post office. Corwen is well served by a number of pubs, as well as a variety of cafes and restaurants.

Corwen Town Holiday Accommodation To Rent
Near to the town of Corwen is Glassblobbery, a 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, made of glass and other materials.

Just outside the town is the historic Rug Chapel, a charming 17th-century Rug Chapel packed with interesting carvings and flamboyant decoration throughout. Now in the care of CADW (The Welsh Government’s historic environment service), the Rug Chapel is open to visitors between April and November - Monday to Friday.

The picturesque Dee Valley lends itself perfectly to a number of outdoor activities like walking, mountain biking and for anglers, the Corwen stretch of the River Dee is an ideal fishing location for catching salmon, trout and grayling.

The Clwydian and Dee Valley, where Corwen is located has been designated as an 'Area Of Outstanding Natural Beauty', this provides walkers with plenty of interesting and scenic walking routes.

Each year the town plays host to the 'Corwen Walking Festival', where over a weekend walking enthusiasts are able to take on varying levels of walking routes from the town. Corwen has made the town and surrounding area very welcoming to walkers, this has resulted in the town being awarded the 'Walkers are Welcome' status.

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