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Meg's Loft

Self Catering Accommodation in the heart of the Clwydian Range

Plenty to see & do!

Llanarmon yn Ial

The village is ideally located with the market towns of Ruthin, Mold and Llangollen all close by. Also in easy reach is Snowdonia National Park, the North Wales Coast and Chester. The village has excellent shop and pub.

Clwydian Range Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

Meg's Loft is situated in the Clwydian Range a designated ANOB. There is a wealth of beautiful countryside and villages to explore. The range contains the highest peaks in North East Wales together with a collection of Iron Age Hillforts.


The area is very popular with both road and off road cyclists. The popular Coed Llandegla MTB Trail Centre is a 5 minute drive away. Coed y Brenin and Penmachn Trail Centres are also within easy reach. We offer secure bike storage onsite.


There is a vast amount of walking right on the doorstep. The Clwydian hills are very popular with walkers and provide a range of walks for all levels in stunning scenery. The Offa's Dyke National Trail and Clwydian Way pass close to the accommodation. You can tackle Moel Famau before breakfast if you feel fit. In addition, the Snowdonia National park is around a 45 minute drive away. It is well worth a visit being home to Britain's second highest mountain; the area provides amazing scenery, plenty of walking and sightseeing.

Outdoor Pursuits

The area offers a range of activities including climbing, abseiling, canoeing, kayaking, gorge walking, bush craft and horse riding.

Eating Out

The area has several pubs offering good quality food. The nearest towns of Ruthin and Mold have several restaurants ranging from Bistros, Chinese and Indian.

Ruthin & Mold

The market towns of Ruthin & Mold are both 15 minutes away and offer a range of shops, pubs and restaurants. Ruthin is popular with visitors offering quaint streets and historic buildings to explore. Supermarkets are available in both Ruthin and Mold.


Around a 20 minute drive away, Llangollen is situated on the River Dee and is very popular with tourists. The canal with horse drawn narrow boats and the working steam railway are two of the many attractions of the town.

North Wales Coast

Visit the delightful Llandudno with its Victorian charm and traditional seaside feel or pop into historic Conwy. The whole coast provides a range of attractions especially the castles and fantastic beaches. Beautiful Anglesey is just over an hour's drive away; the island boasts a number of stunning beaches offering superb surfing.


Chester offers the historical interest linked to its days as an important Roman settlement plus a fantastic city as it is today with excellent shopping, bars and restaurants.