Bryn Euryn Ruins

Llys Euryn Ruins

Bryn Euryn is a prominent limestone hill overlooking Rhos on Sea, with panoramic views of Colwyn Bay, Llandudno and Snowdonia National Park. It is a rich mixture of grassland and woodland, part of it being a Site of Special Scientific Interest. It also has great historical interest with Llys Euryn – a house dating from the 15th century – and a hilltop fort from the 6th century. Bryn Euryn is well served by a network of paths, including two way-marked trails – the Summit Trail, which links Llys Euryn and the fort at the summit and the gentle Woodland Trail.

Bryn Euryn is easily accessible by foot or bicycle from the coastal walking and cycling route. There’s even cycle storage, benches and free car parking at the site.

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