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Llanymynech has spectacular limestone cliffs that rise from woodland and hedgerows. The Hoffman limekiln is one of only two in the country. The present church of St Agatha dates from 1843. From the outside the clock face is a dominant feature; inside, the first impression is also of the clock, with its clanging tick!
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Property type: Country Inn (Pub) Accreditations: Not Classified
Distance from path: 500yard along the canal.
OS reference: SJ2616
Last updated: 4/9/2012
Ty Coch Bungalow
Four Crosses, Llanymynech Powys SY22 6QZ
Property type: B & B
Transport from the Path available. On A483 to Llanymynech. Luggage Transfer available.
Distance from path: 0.5 miles
OS reference: 269199
2 double ensuite rooms
1 twin ensuite room
1 single room (shared facilities)
Last updated: 10/13/2006
Golden Lion Hotel
Four Crosses, Llanymynech Powys SY22 6RB
Property type: Country Inn (Pub)
The Golden Lion was built in 1760 and has just celebrated its 250th anniversary. It is situated between Oswestry and Welshpool on the A483. The Golden Lion is an Old English traditional pub with Offa's Dyke within 50 yds of the front door. With Bed & Breakfast and some newly converted barns for the independent traveller it makes this an ideal resting spot for walkers.
Live entertainment nearly every night. Music sales and local crafts on site.