Bryn Euryn is a tree covered limestone hill
overlooking Rhos on Sea, in Conwy County, North Wales. There are grand
views of the Conwy Valley and the hills of Snowdonia to the west, and
the Bay of Colwyn to the east. It also has great historical interest
with Llys Euryn - a manor house dating from the 15th century - and a
hilltop fort from the 6th century. The iron age hillfort, survives as
ramparts, earthworks, and remains of a hut circle on the north and west
sides of the hill. But you will need a good imagination to envisage the
site as it was in the sixth century as time and nature have conspired to
keep it well hidden below the undergrowth. There is much more to see of
Llys Euryn however, and the site has been cleared and the walls
protected by Cadw the Welsh heritage organisation. The picture was taken
from the breakwater at Rhos on Sea Harbour.
Review Bryn Euryn.