Cilcain Parish Church and Moel Famau

August Bank Holiday Monday

Cilcain Show

Why not visit our area for the weekend?

Accommodation can be had nearby at:


The Old Mill


Cae’r Go Bed and Breakfast


Camping at:


Fron Farm camp site


Eating


You can find good food at the White Horse, Cilcain; The Crown, Pantymwyn; The Cherry Pie Inn , Melyn-y-Wern, the Indian Lounge, Nanerch, or We Three Loggerheads.

What to do?


Walking

Cilcain in in an area of outstanding natural beauty and there are many walking opportunities from the village. Check out Walking Britain.  


A Delightful easy walk is from Cilcain to Loggerheads  along the leete .


A short drive away


Afonwen Craft and Antique Centre. Quality antiques and good restaurant.


LLANGOLLEN is one of Wales's most popular resorts with its river, canal and steam railway, not forgetting the famous International Eisteddfod held each year in July.


DENBIGH's castle dominates the town while parts of the mediaeval town walls can still be explored.


MOLD holds thriving markets in the streets every Wednesday and Saturday. Renowned Theatr Clwyd offers a wide range of productions with many well-known actors. Tel: 01352 756331


RUTHIN has many timber-framed houses and inns, including in Castle Street the beautifully restored Nantclwyd y Dre, the earliest timber-framed house in Wales.


TALACRA, PRESTATYN and RHYL have clean sandy beaches


Victorian LLANDUDNO invites a walk along the promenade.  It can be followed by a trip by car or tram up the Great Orme with its spectacular views and copper mines.


CONWY is home of a spectacular castle, magnificent 14th century merchant's house (National Trust) and the smallest house in Wales by the attractive harbour.



National Trust

The National Trust's ERDDIG gives a unique insight into servants' lives in the 18th and 19th Century. Also owned by the Trust is BODNANT GARDEN, world famous for the dramatic colours of rhododendrons and laburnum arch and its wooded valley, stream and wild garden.