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The Walkfo guide to things to do & explore in Crosswell

Visit Crosswell PlacesVisit Crosswell places using Walkfo for free guided tours of the best Crosswell places to visit. A unique way to experience Crosswell’s places, Walkfo allows you to explore Crosswell as you would a museum or art gallery with audio guides.

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Crosswell (Welsh: Ffynnonnon-groes) is a hamlet on the B4329 road in Pembrokeshire, Wales. It is 7 miles (11 km) southwest of Cardigan, 17 miles (27 km) northeast of Haverfordwest and 11 miles (18 km) east of Fishguard. When you visit Crosswell, Walkfo brings Crosswell places to life as you travel by foot, bike, bus or car with a mobile phone & headphones.


Crosswell Places Overview: History, Culture & Facts about Crosswell

Visit Crosswell – Walkfo’s stats for the places to visit

With 19 audio plaques & Crosswell places for you to explore in the Crosswell area, Walkfo is the world’s largest heritage & history digital plaque provider. The AI continually learns & refines facts about the best Crosswell places to visit from travel & tourism authorities (like Wikipedia), converting history into an interactive audio experience.

Crosswell history


Crosswell Name photo

The hamlet’s name is from the Welsh: ffynnon (well) and groes (cross) The name of the Welsh hamlet is from a Welsh word which means ‘well’ and ‘cross’


An inn once stood in the centre of the hamlet. The name may originate with Cwmgloyne, a mansion near Hen-llys. The former inn was Grade II listed in 1997.


Crosswell Bridge photo

A stone, single-lane bridge crosses the River Nevern and adjacent water meadows to the north of the hamlet. The bridge is named Pontgynon (also recorded as Pantgynon or Pontcynon) and has existed at least since the early 17th century.


Independent chapel was built near the bridge in 1839, rebuilt in 1882 and added to subsequently. Independent chapel built near bridge was built in 1838, and later added to later.

Former shop

Until at least about about the 1920s there was a shop in Crosswell, called the Royal Oak Shop. The Royal Oak shop was opened in the early 1920s.

Why visit Crosswell with Walkfo Travel Guide App?

Visit Crosswell PlacesYou can visit Crosswell places with Walkfo Crosswell to hear history at Crosswell’s places whilst walking around using the free digital tour app. Walkfo Crosswell has 19 places to visit in our interactive Crosswell map, with amazing history, culture & travel facts you can explore the same way you would at a museum or art gallery with information audio headset. With Walkfo, you can travel by foot, bike or bus throughout Crosswell, being in the moment, without digital distraction or limits to a specific walking route. Our historic audio walks, National Trust interactive audio experiences, digital tour guides for English Heritage locations are available at Crosswell places, with a AI tour guide to help you get the best from a visit to Crosswell & the surrounding areas.

“Curated content for millions of locations across the UK, with 19 audio facts unique to Crosswell places in an interactive Crosswell map you can explore.”

Walkfo: Visit Crosswell Places Map
19 tourist, history, culture & geography spots


  Crosswell historic spots

  Crosswell tourist destinations

  Crosswell plaques

  Crosswell geographic features

Walkfo Crosswell tourism map key: places to see & visit like National Trust sites, Blue Plaques, English Heritage locations & top tourist destinations in Crosswell


Best Crosswell places to visit

Crosswell has places to explore by foot, bike or bus. Below are a selection of the varied Crosswell’s destinations you can visit with additional content available at the Walkfo Crosswell’s information audio spots:

Crosswell photo Carn Menyn
Carn Menyn is a grouping of craggy rock outcrops or tors in the Preseli Hills in the Welsh county of Pembrokeshire.
Crosswell photo Foel Drygarn
Foel Drygarn is an Iron Age hillfort, within which are three Bronze Age burial cairns. The site is about 1.5 miles (2 km) west of Crymych in Pembrokeshire, Wales.
Crosswell photo Church of St Dogfael, Meline
The Church of St Dogfael, Meline, Pembrokeshire, Wales is a redundant church dating from the 19th century. Grade II listed building is now in the care of the Friends of Friendless Churches.
Crosswell photo Penbanc
Penbanc is a 19th-century thatched Pembrokeshire longhouse (tŷ hir in Welsh) about 1.5 kilometres (0.9 miles) northwest of the hamlet of Brynberian. It is designated by Cadw as a Grade II listed building.

Visit Crosswell plaques

Crosswell Plaques 0
Crosswell has 0 physical plaques in tourist plaque schemes for you to explore via Walkfo Crosswell plaques audio map when visiting. Plaques like National Heritage’s “Blue Plaques” provide visual geo-markers to highlight points-of-interest at the places where they happened – and Walkfo’s AI has researched additional, deeper content when you visit Crosswell using the app. Experience the history of a location when Walkfo local tourist guide app triggers audio close to each Crosswell plaque. Currently No Physical Plaques.