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Stay A While in Corwen!


We actually have two butchers, a baker and a candlestick-maker, well a candle workshop at least, at Corwen Manor. In fact, the town has every retail need for the traveller and tourist; an off-license, a pharmacy, a deli, a greengrocers, a florist, a mini-supermarket and a late night shop, not to mention an HSBC and NatWest branch and a full-service Post Office.

Corwen Manor

In fact, with its two hairdressers, veterinary surgery and pet supplies shop, shoeshop, clothes shops and even a fancy-dress outfitter, Corwen is a genuine centre for all the outlying communities around the town – from Cynwyd and Llandrillo in the West, Gwyddelwern and Bryn Eglwys to the North and both Carrog and Glyndyfrdwy to the East.

Nat West and HSBC Banks, Corwen

Situated near to the town centre, the War Memorial Park offers a variety of sports and recreation activities, and is the home of the local football, cricket, rugby, bowls and tennis clubs.

Football on the War Memorial Park
Corwen Health Centre looks after the medical needs of the whole area and the Leisure Centre offers a wealth of facilities for keep fit and exercise. Corwen Leisure Centre
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