Glenavon Guesthouse

Llandudno

Myths & Legends of North Wales

The scenery of Wales is dramatic, rugged and beautiful no wonder so many tales of witches, wizards, monsters and dashing princes exist; even tales of King Arthur and his legendary Knights of the Round Table!!!!!

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Legend says; Llandudno is protected by the Alligator and the Elephant against attack from the sea; myth?

If you walk along the pier at dusk, at about the halfway mark look up at the Great Orme, its shadow looks like a slippery sea preditor about to catch its prey and take itdown into the depths ofthe dark, cold sea; now look to the right, pass the warm weloming lights of the bay, out towards the sea - dependant on the tide the Elephant(Little Orme) can be seen either with his trunk out of the water or under the water.

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Beddgelert, myth or fact?

Beddgelert (meaning the grave of Gelert); a legend based on the story of Prince Llewelyns' killing of his faithful, loving hound.

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Tyn Helig - The Welsh Atlantis?

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The Legend of the River ConwynAfanc.

A legend of a water monster who loved beatiful women which, unfortunately was this particular monsters' downfall.

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