The Ceiriog Valley
"Gateway to the Berwyns"
Discover the mysteries of this hidden valley and enjoy the natural beauty of this special place.
Explore all we have to offer - the more you explore, the more you'll find...
There is a full range of accommodation, plenty of good places to eat and lots of things to do and see here.
All of which provide a good base to explore this delightful borderland.
Walkers and cyclists are expected and welcomed in this area where so many walks and lanes access its woodlands and meadows, upland crags and moorland.
Some of the best preserved sections of Offa's Dyke are here along with Chirk Castle, Thomas Telford's graceful aqueduct and canal, the majestic peaks of the Berwyn mountains and, of course, the gorgeous Ceiriog Valley itself.
Download the free Ceiriog Valley Trail I-Beacon app now to discover walking routes between Chirk and Llanarmon DC along with heritage and historical information along the way!
Click on the links below to download depending on your handset.
Visit the Chirk & Ceiriog Valley Partnership's website via the link below!
Low ceilings, natural slate floors and roaring inglenook fires create the perfect ambience in which to enjoy the delicious food prepared by award winning chef Grant Williams. Seasonal dishes lovingly prepared using fresh local produce can be enjoyed in the award winning restaurant or amidst the laid back comfort of the bar.
Rosie Davies' studio in Llanarmon DC is open to the public on the second Saturday of the month from 11.00am - 5.00pm. This is a great opportunity to see her work in progress, buy direct or commission a unique painting. A hidden gem for art lovers and enthusiasts alike!
Hire a VW vintage camper van and relax under starry skies and experience the romance of the hidden gems within the Ceiriog Valley. Discover the ancient history of the Castles of North East Wales, Adventure through the beautiful forests and lakes of Llandegla, Challenge the awesome mountains of the nearby Berwyn Range.
The Hand at Llanarmon is an ancient hostelry with all the attributes you’d expect – bags of character, a cosy, relaxing ambience and a warm welcome. All the classic ingredients are here – old beams, roaring fireplaces, a casual mix-and-match of pine and oak furniture, real ale and good food.