Llandrillo is a small village situated on the B4401 between Bala and Corwen in the old county of Meirionethshire in North Wales UK
St Cadfan, Abbot, together with Ithel Hael, crosses from Brittany to land at Rhos in Wales. From that spot, Ithel Hael's son, St.Trillo wandered, founding a church near where the Ceidiog and the Dee meet. The date is thought to be late sixth century.


Llan = church,     Llandrillo = St.Trillo's church

Penhros B&B (N0 link) Y Llwyn B&B Parish Church Methodist Chapel (N0 link) Dudley Arms Tyddyn Llan Country Hotel small footbridge (N0 link) Converted Wesleyan Methodist Church Bell (N0 link) Stores & Post Office Converted Church House W.O's Footbridge The Berwyn Restaurant Old Post Office Ganolfan Public Toilet

Aerial view Llandrillo summer 1996

Buildings are links to empty pages at present (some have content).
All links that have content are at the bottom of the image map.

This Web site was created before digital cameras became mainstream and pre-broadband hence the small images.

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