Coed Trellyniau Nature Reserve

Coed Trellyniau Nature Reserve

Coed Trellyniau

Well established planted woodland on an ancient oak and ash woodland site with common woodland flowers


6 miles north west of Mold

CH7 5QR (nearby Fron Farm and Caravan Site)

OS Map Reference

A static map of Coed Trellyniau

Know before you go

4 hectares

Entry fee


Parking information

Limited Car parking in layby SJ186689, on unnamed road just north of Fron Farm. Take care not to obstruct any gateways

Grazing animals


Walking trails

An uneven circular path through woodland


From the layby follow a public footpath, heading west/north west for about 10 minutes, passing over two stiles


On a lead

When to visit

Opening times

Open at all times

Best time to visit

Spring for a stunning bluebell display

About the reserve

An ancient bluebell woodland with a long history, Coed Trellyniau is one of the last natural remnants of an ancient oak and ash woodland. Although many of the original trees were once felled and beech Fagus sylvatica and pine Pinus nigra planted in their place, the carpet of woodland flowers is much the same as centuries ago. Splendid drifts of bluebells Hyacinthoides non-scripta are locally renowned and many more plants are evidence of the wood's antiquity

Contact us

North Wales Wildlife Trust - Graham Berry
Contact number: 01248 351541

Coed Trellyniau nature reserve_Guide and Map