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Corwen is a small town in Denbighshire, Clwyd.


Get in[edit]

On the A5, 10 mile west of Llangollen, 22 miles east of Betws-y-Coed.

Lloyds coaches T3[dead link] from Wrexham, Llangollen, Barmouth, Bala and Dolgellau.

Get around[edit]


Owain Glyndwr statue
  • 1 Owain Glyndŵr statue. life-size bronze statue of the prince mounted on his battle horse
  • 2 Saint Mael and Saint Sulien's Church, Mill St. dates from the twelfth century SS Mael and Sulien's Church, Corwen (Q7393986) on Wikidata SS Mael and Sulien's Church, Corwen on Wikipedia
  • 3 Caer Drewyn. early Iron Age hillfort with large stone rampart entrances, guard chamber and deep defensive ditch Caer Drewyn (Q13126471) on Wikidata Caer Drewyn on Wikipedia
  • 4 Owain Glyndwr’s Mount. site of castle Owain Glyndŵr's Mount (Q13126900) on Wikidata
  • 5 Rhug Chapel (Y Rûg). 17th century chapel within old estate Rhug (Q7321544) on Wikidata Rhug on Wikipedia


  • 1 Llangollen Steam Railway, Corwen East railway station. You can enjoy a 3-course meal on the train or just go for the ride. Llangollen Railway (Q10967059) on Wikidata Llangollen Railway on Wikipedia






Go next[edit]

Routes through Corwen
SnowdoniaCerrigydrudion  W  E  LlangollenWrexham

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