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Clynderwen

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Clynderwen Tourist Information

Clynderwen is a fairly large inland village which lies about half way between the popular towns of Tenby to the South, and Cardigan to the North.

The village has a pub and a shop as well as a few other businesses dotted mostly along the A478 road.

About a ten-minute drive from the village are the remains of Llawhaden Castle, a free entry attraction managed by Cadw. Although called a castle it was really a fortified palace built by, and for the bishops of St Davids. Today, only two sides of outer walls remain intact, along with the most prominent part, the gatehouse.

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Clynderwen tourist information

Clynderwen is a fairly large inland village which lies about half way between the popular towns of Tenby to the South, and Cardigan to the North.

The village has a pub and a shop as well as a few other businesses dotted mostly along the A478 road.

About a ten-minute drive from the village are the remains of Llawhaden Castle, a free entry attraction managed by Cadw. Although called a castle it was really a fortified palace built by, and for the bishops of St Davids. Today, only two sides of outer walls remain intact, along with the most prominent part, the gatehouse.

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