The following story appeared in Elias Owen’s ‘Welsh folk-lore’ (1887). ‘Near Pentrevoelas lived a man called John Ty’nllidiart, who was in the habit of taking, yearly, cattle from the uplands in his neighbourhood, to be wintered in the Vale of Clwyd.
Specific Location: Pentrefoelas
There is a legend associated with Rhyd-y-Cae Bridge where a local man was enticed into a game of cards with Satan himself. The following account of the story appeared in Elias Owen’s ‘Welsh folk-lore’ (1887).