The village has a wide range of local businesses with a small number of places to eat or stay and has many visitor attractions very close by. The Offa’s Dyke long distance trail passes along the main road through the village bringing visitors on their way from Prestatyn to Chepstow (or vice versa).
The nearby Llandegla Forest attracts visitors to see the famous Black Grouse lekking and to use the many cycle tracks and footpaths in the area.
The OS map shows that the village lies at 250m above sea level and is equidistant betwixt the market towns of Llangollen, Wrexham and Ruthin.
There is much history attached to the area and you can find out more by exploring this web site.
|About this website|
|Families of Llandegla|
|Fete & Produce Show|
|Watercolour Social Group|
|Llandegla All Styles Music Club|
|National Garden Scheme|
|News & weather|
|Churches and Chapels|
|Places to eat|
|Places to stay|
|Places to visit|