Pantymwyn is a small village just outside Mold in North Wales in the county of Flintshire. The village is located within a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, lying on the east side of the Clwydian Range. Pantymwyn is 4 miles west of Mold in Flintshire, North Wales. It is 16 miles west of Chester. See Map for detailed view.
Access to the Loggerheads country park is within short walking distance, as are many walks over the Clwydian Range of mountains. The village is often visited by walkers and cyclists.
The area has a history involving lead mining.
Wild Wales: Pantymwyn, the Leete Path and Llyn-Y-Pandy; Walk by Jacqueline Hook, Vale of Clwyd Group N.Wales Ramblers' Association
Mar 04, 2006; Byline: By Jacqueline Hook Where is it? Pantymwyn, four miles west of Mold. What's the attraction? A walk through fields,...