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At this site there are two wells the main St Cybi's Well being the greater enclosed in the house as it rightly should as it is a majestic well. When you arrive at the entrance gate to the well you can just imagine how these...More
What a beautiful part of Wales, mainly visited for family history and buriels, the little village has a great Tavern once owned by King Henry 8th a gift for his wife Jane Seymour and occupied by Oliver Cromwell a Tyrant who murdered many.
I was working in the area, decided to pop by at lunch time.
It's easily accessible but not suited for people with wheelchairs or those unable to walk a decent distance.
It's near a country road, and about a 5 minute walk through a field....More
Amazing quiet place, we were the only people there- you can sit and imagine how the well could looked like hundreds years ago. There are two ways to get there ( although only one is marked and still difficult to find, we had to ask...More
This place took some finding & if a local hadn't pointed us in the right direction we would have continued to drive around in circles.
You need to wear wellies to visit as it is wet & muddy on the walk to it. The are...More
St Cybi's Well had long been on our 'to visit' list. Not the easiest of places to find, despite signage on the roads nearby. We visited mid morning on a glorious sunny day and the walk though the field to the well was quite lovely...More
Found this beautiful place by accident, but what a find, beautiful, peaceful and full of history, an easy walk from the car, probably be a bit muddy if it had been raining, so good shoes or boots needed then, but as it was dry and...More
If you love ancient history, you will delight in this little gem. It doesn't take long to get to from the small rural village of Llangybi, Gwynedd, north west Wales. But, it does take some finding if you are not sure how to get there....More