Map & local info
Dolbelydr is within easy reach of the market town of Denbigh, which is dominated by its castle with a distinctive triple towered gatehouse. This is just one of a number of castles to visit in the surrounding area.
In nearby St Asaph, the annual North Wales International Music Festival is held in late September in its impressive cathedral, which is also the smallest in Britain.
The Clwydian Hills, to the east of the Vale of Clwyd, provide the opportunity for walks with excellent views across moorlands and valleys.
Enjoy the sandy beaches and traditional seaside attractions of Rhyl and Prestatyn. Take a stroll around the botanical gardens in Rhyl and visit the Artisans Collective in Prestatyn, a showcase for the products of local artists and craftspeople.
Close by is Bodelwyddan Castle and Park (7.1 miles). You can gain free entry to it with a National Art Pass, which enables its 122,000 holders to enjoy free and discounted entry to over 225 museums, galleries and historic houses throughout the UK. The pass is presented by one of Landmark's partners, the Art Fund, the national fundraising charity for art, which has been supporting museums and galleries for over 110 years by helping them to buy and display great works of art for everyone to enjoy. Income raised through the National Art Pass goes straight back into their charitable programme. Find more about it on the ArtFund's website http://www.artfund.org/
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