Cilcain is a village in Flintshire, North East Wales. The village sits below Moel Famau, part of the Clwydian Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Cilcain has a public house (the White Horse Inn), a post office, a parish church (St Mary's Cilcain), and a village hall and bowling green.
The village is popular as a base for the many walks and mountain bike trails in the Clwyd Hills. The popularity of the village as an activity centre has caused a problem with the number of cars parking in the narrow village streets and parking zones have been created on the outskirts of the village. Oh, and the local pub prefers you to use the bar entrance if you are wearing muddy walking boots!