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Trefriw

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Trefriw is a village near Llanrwst in the Conwy Valley in north Wales. Most of the village lies within the Snowdonia National Park, the boundary running down the main street of the village.

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The village is on the B5106 a few miles to the North-West of the town of Llanrwst which is on the main A470 road and location of the closest rail station.

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  • Chalybeate spa. No longer open to the public. first known to have been used by the Romans and further developed in about 1700. Its waters were one of very few throughout Europe to have been classified as a medicine due to their high iron content.
  • 1 Trefriw Woollen Mills. operating since around 1825 Trefriw Woollen Mills (Q24182515) on Wikidata Trefriw Woollen Mills on Wikipedia
  • 2 Fairy Falls. 25 feet high Fairy Falls, Trefriw (Q5430954) on Wikidata Fairy Falls, Trefriw on Wikipedia

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  • good starting point for walks.

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