Cymraeg: Mae Llanrhychwyn yn bentre bach a phlwyf ger Trefriw yn Sir Conwy. Mae eglwys hynaf Cymru yno, sef. Mae'r plwyf yn eang ac yn cynnwys Betws-y-Coed. Yn ymyl y pentref ceir Coedwig Gwydyr. I'r de-orllewin gorwedd Llyn Geirionydd.
English: Llanrhychwyn is a hamlet in Conwy county borough, Wales. It lies in the Conwy valley in North Wales, less than a mile south of Trefriw, and a mile north-west of Llanrwst. Today neighbouring Trefriw is a large village with a population of over 1,300, but in the time of Llywelyn Fawr (Llywelyn the Great), and up to the early 19th century, Llanrhychwyn was larger than Trefriw, which consisted simply of "a few houses here and there" (quote from Hanes Trefriw, by Morris Jones). Indeed, even today both Trefriw and Llanrhychwyn lie within the parish of Llanrhychwyn. Nearby lies the oldest church in Wales:
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- ► St Rhychwyn church (1 C, 114 F)
Media in category "Llanrhychwyn"
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- Green Llanrhychwyn - geograph.org.uk - 181758.jpg 640 × 480; 89 KB
- Llanrhychwyn Church - geograph.org.uk - 165728.jpg 640 × 480; 126 KB
- Llanrhychwyn fields - geograph.org.uk - 181439.jpg 640 × 480; 89 KB
- Penrallt fields - geograph.org.uk - 181752.jpg 640 × 480; 72 KB
- Wal arreg Eglwys Llanrhychwyn Conwy dry stone wall North Wales.JPG 4,272 × 2,848; 7.4 MB