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Llangollen International Eisteddfod

Now heading towards its 60th year, the Llangollen International Eisteddfod is a world- renowned festival of music, song and dance. Competitors from more than fifty countries come together for one week to stand side by side through music.

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Llangollen
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Bangor Races

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Ellesmere, the Shropshire Lakes Ellesmere, Shropshires Lakelands
Chirk and Pontcysyllte Aqueducts

AA 4 Pennant, Cymru Wales 4 Star Touring and Holiday Park, Top 100 Sites Finalist 2015, Top 100 Sites 2016, Top 100 Sites 2017
Erddig Hall
Erddig

A completely furnished 18th-century large country house that has one of the last surviving 18th-century gardens. Erddig offers an unique insight into servants' life in the 18th and 19th century and is situated in extensive designed parkland with 13 miles of footpaths

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Chirk Castle


Chirk Castle
The last Edward I Welsh castle still lived in today with 700 years of history on one site set in a stunning location with views over nine counties. Award winning gardens with thatched 'Hawk House', shrub garden, lime tree avenue and yew topiary with a circular woodland walk through the medieval hunting park

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Chester City Centre


Historic Chester

Stroll through 2,000 years of history in the ancient streets, walk the ancient walls (Chester has the most complete city walls in Britain) and meander along the banks of the River Dee.   Shop till you drop in the most compact shopping centre in Britain thanks to the world famous Rows, two-tier medieval galleries of shops.


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Lake Vyrnwy
Lake Vyrnwy

Lake Vyrnwy is a man-made water reservoir with a perimeter road 11.75 miles long.
The huge masonry dam was started in 1881 by the Corporation of Liverpool to create a new fresh water supply for their city. With 16,000 acres being a dedicated RSPB reserve, Lake Vyrnwy is a country lover's paradise where peace and tranquility abounds.

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Dearnford Trout Fishery
Dearnford Trout Fishery
Dearnford Hall Trout Fishery offers something for all kinds on angler from seasoned veterans to the complete novice. Stocked with Rainbow and Brown Trout the lake is naturally fed by pure spring water and covers 15 acres.

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Llanrhaedr Waterfall
Pistyll Rhaeadr (Llanrhaedr Waterfall)
Pistyll Rhaeadr the highest waterfall in Wales and England is accessed from the village of Llanrhaeadr - ym - Mochnant. Waters of River Disgynfa cascade 240ft down mossy pineflanked cliff and through natural arch into deep pool.

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