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Ideally situated at the foot of the Berwyn Mountains and along the banks of the River Dee lies the charming town of Corwen. Rich in history and culture, Corwen is the ideal location for anyone wishing to experience authentic Welsh cuisine, service and culture. There is much to see and do in the area no matter what your interests. One must-visit attraction is the Wild Bushcraft Company, offering the perfect day out for those who enjoy adventure and the outdoors. Animal lovers will enjoy a visit to the brilliant North Wales Owl Sanctuary nearby and history buffs should take a trip to the Rug Chapel; a site of historical and religious significance within the town. The Caer Drewyn hillfort must be seen as it is a prehistoric site of much significance. With so much to see and do in Corwen, you are spoilt for choice!

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