Though we are in the depths of the country, we’re not too hard to find.

If you approach along the A5 from the east, you must drive through Corwen (about 10 miles beyond Llangollen), and on through two sets of traffic lights. Some 2 miles after the second set, you will come across a large pub, The Goat, on your right hand side. Leave the A5, turning right up a narrow road just beyond the pub car park. This takes you through the hamlet of Bettws Gwerfil Goch. Keep along this road, which will take you to a junction go right up the steep hill. Clegyr Mawr lies close to the foot of the next downhill section. The farm track is on the left hand side. The total distance from the Goat to Clegyr is 3.7 miles.

If your approach is from the west, the Goat is about 9 miles after passing Cerrigydruidion, (except of course it will now be on your left).

If approaching from the north, that is from Ruthin, take the A494 until you encounter a sign for Bryn Saith Marchog. Just after the sign, on the left, is a garage/petrol station. Take the second turning on the right after this garage. Follow this narrow road for 1.7 miles. The entrance to Clegyr Mawr farm track is on your right, just before the road takes a sharp turn uphill.