Rhyd y Foel

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Rhyd-y-foel
Rhyd-y-foel from craig y forwyn.jpg
Rhyd-y-foel from Craig y Forwyn
Rhyd-y-foel is located in Conwy
Rhyd-y-foel
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Rhyd-y-foel shown within Conwy
OS grid reference SH911767
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Country Wales
Sovereign state United Kingdom
Post town ABERGELE
Postcode district LL22
Dialling code 01492
Police North Wales
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53°16′34″N 3°37′55″W / 53.276°N 3.632°W / 53.276; -3.632Coordinates: 53°16′34″N 3°37′55″W / 53.276°N 3.632°W / 53.276; -3.632

Rhyd-y-foel is a small village near the coast of north Wales in the area of Rhos in the County Borough of Conwy, Wales.

It is named after the old ford (Welsh: rhyd) over the River Dulas.

It lies at the foot of the western slopes of Pen y Corddyn Mawr,[1] an Iron age hillfort on the River Dulas, about a mile south of the village of Llanddulas. It is a rural area, with Abergele to the east and Betws yn Rhos to the south.

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