From the grounds on a clear day the coastline
from Rhyl to the Great Orme at Llandudno is clearly
visible. Snowdon peeks out above the hills of
the Clwyd valley. Denbigh on a hill dominated
by its Castle is usually visible. While, more
locally, the square tower of St Asaph Cathedral
can be seen.
Locally the farmers specialise in sheep. They
keep a few beef and dairy cattle as well as horses
and ponies for riding. Keep your eyes open and
you may well notice a local flock of alpaca and
an ostrich or two.
Wild animals to be seen around Beuno's grounds
are badgers, an occasional fox, pheasants, rabbits
and squirrels - and we are visited at times by
the peacocks from Tremeirchion.
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