Black Lion Hotel, Swan Square
LL22 8RY, Wales
Local Area Information
The village is siuated on the banks of the Afon Elwy (river Elwy). The village derives it's name from the church dedicated to Mary "Llanfair" and the bardic name of the poet and architect John Jones which was "Talhaiarn". Jones was born at the Harp Inn (now known as Hafod y Gan) which is situated at the top of the path near the church. The population of the village is 980, 44% being welsh language speakers. The village was once part of the Garthewin Estate.
How to Find Us
A55 (Chester)(approx 43 miles)
Merge onto A55 Entering Wales. Keep left at the fork, follow signs for A55/A494/Conwy/Mold/Yr Wyddgrug and merge onto A494/A55. Continue to follow A55. At junction 24, take the A547 exit to Abergele/Rhuddlan. At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Rhuddlan Rd/A547. Continue to follow A547. Turn left onto Chapel St/A548. Continue to follow A548. Turn left onto School Ln. Slight left onto Water St. Destination will be on the left.
* Mid Market
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