The Hollybush public house, Cefn-y-Bedd
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The name translates into English as "the ridge of the grave", in reference to an old tumulus which a local tale said was the burial place of Gwrle Gawr, the legendary figure after whom Caergwrle was said to be named.
Cefn-y-bedd is on the A541 road to the south of its junction with the A550 road at Abermorddu. The village is served by Cefn-y-Bedd railway station on the Borderlands Line, linking Wrexham and Bidston on the Wirral Peninsula.
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- Powell, Barclodiad Y Gawres: The Excavation of a Megalithic Chamber Tomb in Anglesey, 1956, p.78
- An Inventory of the Ancient Monuments in Wales and Monmouthshire, vol II: Flintshire, 1911, p.xvi