Llanbedr Dyffryn Clwyd is in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty at the foot of the Clwydian Range in beautiful North Wales. The village of Llanbedr is a thriving community. Its facilities include St Peter’s Church, The Griffin Inn (currently closed but hopefully will open again soon) , Llanbedr Primary School and a very busy Village Hall. There are regular buses to Ruthin and Mold. If your looking for somewhere to stay in Llanbedr D.C. have a look at the business links page.
The upland moorland of the Clwydian Range consists of heather, bilberry, gorse and bracken, a very important habitat for wildlife including the rare black grouse, the red grouse, hen harrier, ring ouzel, whinchat and wheatear. An exceptional chain of Iron Age hillforts sit atop the range. The combination of the natural and historic heritage of the Clwydian Range is a truly unique landscape, greatly valued for its beauty, wildlife and archaeology.
Read about the Old StPeter’s Church here.