Looking along the River Dee from the bridge in Llangollen. To the left is The Corn Mill, a popular pub which serves real ales and has a reputation for good food. A flour mill has stood in this spot by the Dee for 700 years. The current building dates back to 1786, and was used as a mill until 1974. It re-opened in its current form in 2000.
Llangollen, Wales. North Wales is a magical, mysterious and enchanting world away. Rent a centuries-old cottage, wake to sheep grazing outside your window and soak in a culture which isn't, but feels, long forgotten.