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- Famous hotels of Clwyd are: Flint hotels, Corwen hotels, Conwy hotels, Hawarden hotels, Rhuddlan hotels etc.
- Clwyd is full of ancient sites with connections to King Arthur.
- It is named after the River Clwyd.
- Clwyd County Council was based in the county town of Mold.
- Clwyd was the only new Welsh county which did not take its name from an ancient kingdom.
- Clwyd is a preserved county of Wales, situated in the North East.
- It was also a Royal Mail postal county before the postal county scheme was abolished.
- Clwyd is bordered by the preserved/ceremonial counties of Gwynedd to the West.
- Moel Famau Country Park, near Mold. Moel Famau is an impressive Country Park with 2000 acres of colourful heather moorland, a haven for wildlife like birds of prey.
- There are breath-taking views from the battlements over the mountains and sea and down to the roofless shell of the castle\'s massive Great Hall.
- A flock of fieldfares, recently arrived for the winter, skittered out of a hedge.
- Alder, poplar and willow, water-drinking trees with a liking for shaky ground, rimmed the moss; a giant gall hung suspended like a shaggy hornet nest from a silver birch branch.