Cemmaes is a village in the valley of the Dovey River that straddles the A470 in northern Powys, Wales. The village has a pub and restaurant, the Penrhos Arms, an attractive Methodist chapel and the parish church, St Tydecho. Good walking, pretty coastal scenery and activities such as rock climbing, golf and horse riding are all available within a short distance.
There was once a train station in the village which connected the Mawddwy Railway to the main Cambrian Line, however, although the Cambrian line is still running it misses the village by a few miles. ....
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