Pennal is a village in the county of Gwynedd, West Wales. The village sits alongside the A493 Aberdovey to Machynlleth road at the head of the Dovey estuary. Pennal offers peace and tranquility in the south of the Snowdonia National Park. Inside the old village church can be found a facsimile of the Pennal Letter and other items in tribute to Owain Glyndwr the leader of the Welsh Rebellion in the early 15th Century. The Dovey estuary offers spectacular scenery …from the panoramic landscapes at the mouth of the river to the tree clad hills and valleys of the upper reaches of the Dulas and Dovey rivers.
However, do not get the wrong impression of this part of west Wales. Although you have a choice of a quiet stroll along the riverbanks, playing a round of golf, or lazing on the golden sands of Aberdovey beach, you also have the opportunity for wild extreme sports and activity holidays. ....
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