AHNE Bryniau Clwyd / Clwydian Range AONB

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Where to eat and stay

As you can imagine, there’s a lot to do in the 390 square kilometres of spectacular scenery that make up our Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

This means two things. First, you’re likely to work up a bit of an appetite and a fair thirst to go with it. And second, you can’t possibly see everything in a single day so you’ll have to stay the night.

White Horse Inn, Cilcain

Fortunately the Clwydian Range and Dee Valley is a foodie’s paradise with wonderful local produce and lots of people who know how to cook it in pubs, restaurants and cafes. It’s also developing quite a reputation for its micro-breweries. One of them is even using our famous heather in a mouth-watering smoked ale.

When you’ve had enough to eat and drink, you’ll be spoilt for choice of places to lay your weary head. We can do a night under canvas or a room in a luxury hotel. And we’ve got country pubs, farmhouse B&Bs and guests houses in some of the loveliest towns and villages in Wales.

Visit www.visitclwydianrange.co.uk to make a booking or find out more.

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