Pentre-llyn-Cymer nestles between two large waters in the county of Conwy, North Wales, the first being Alwen Reservoir and the latter being Lake Brenig. Indeed, Pentre-llyn-Cymer sits on the 'junction' where the River Brenig meets the River Alwen. The Alwen then travels on to join the River Dee just outside the village of Cenwyd in Denbighshire.
The Lake Brenig Visitor Centre is 4km north east of the village along the side of the lake, where canoeing and walking routes are available, whilst the Clwydian Way footpath also passes straight through Pentre-llyn-Cymer and onwards towards the lake. The Pentre-llyn-Cymer Outdoor Education Centre is popular with school groups during the summer months. ....
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