The village of Glyndyfrdwy sits on the banks of the River Dee in the county of Denbighshire, North Wales. Llangollen lies to the east of the town, Corwen to the west and Bryneglwys to the north.
To the Welsh nation Glyndyfrdwy is renowned for its association with Owain Glyndŵr, the leader of the Welsh rebellion against English rule and the last native Prince of Wales.
In September 1400, from his home close to the village of Glyndyfrdwy, Glyndwr proclaimed himself Prince of Wales and led a 14 year campaign against the English.
The village lies in the beautiful valley of the River Dee, popular walking country, and sits between the Berwyn Range of mountains and Moel Morfydd (549m), Llantisilio Mountain.