Denbigh and Lleweni Hall

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From the Brookhouse Mill Tavern on the outskirts of Denbigh, field paths lead to St Marcella's Church, formerly the parish church of the town. From here the long driveway of Lleweni Hall is followed, reaching the Afon Clwyd and the second leg of a triangular walk. The final leg is along the banks of the Afon Ystrad parallel to the Clwydian Hills. The Afon Clwyd is liable to flooding in winter, making summer a more suitable time to do this walk.

Wales - North Wales - Denbighshire - Countryside

Features

Birds, Cafe, Castle, Church, Flowers, Food Shop, Gift Shop, Great Views, Mostly Flat, Pub, Public Transport, Restaurant, River, Tea Shop, Toilets, Wildlife
27/04/2015 - Mike Sanders

My wife and walked this yesterday and thought it would be helpful to mention that we experienced incredibly aggressive cows and a couple of bulls in the fields leading up to WP 7. I have been walking in the countryside for over 25 years including several rural tours in NI in my time in the armed forces and I have never come across such aggressive cattle. At one point, we turned back as they cornered us in a field to then a few minutes later moved away, allowing us to get past. That aside it was a fantastic walk but just be aware of the cattle in this area.

27/04/2015 - Mike Sanders

My wife and walked this yesterday and thought it would be helpful to mention that we experienced incredibly aggressive cows and a couple of bulls in the fields leading up to WP 7. I have been walking in the countryside for over 25 years including several rural tours in NI in my time in the armed forces and I have never come across such aggressive cattle. At one point, we turned back as they cornered us in a field to then a few minutes later moved away, allowing us to get past. That aside it was a fantastic walk but just be aware of the cattle in this area.

26/06/2014 - Jon Rosser

Be careful at Point 7 on the route. You get to the farm gate and the stile in the corner. Once you get into the field, you'll see a large steel footbridge ahead. Don't mistake this for the footbrdge mentioned in the text. Keep the river on your right at all times. This will bring you to the correct side of the road bridge. If you cross the steel footbridge and the river is on your left, you'll have to wade across the river at the road bridge and the current is deceptively fast.

15/03/2012 - weston holmes

A big thank you for this walk and all the information. I love the history of this place ...Well we joined Walkingworld and picked up on this one right away ...just on our door step, as we live in Denbigh. We did this walk on the 5th of February 2012 so it was a bit chilly to start, but we soon warmed up and the sun did come out. It was a fantastic little walk that we could do again and again as it is so local and so much history as well. As with all the walks we do we videoed it. Here's the link http://youtu.be/b_sQ4aSnlqw

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