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“The Retreat in the Woods”

A village located in the county of Carmarthenshire, Wales. Many villages in Wales have ancient origins, and it is possible that Cil-y-Coed was settled by early communities hundreds or even thousands of years ago.

There is also a forest in the parish of Pembroke, Wales, named Cil Coed.

– Cil is a Welsh word which implies a sequestered place, a place of retreat.
– Coed is the Welsh word for wood, trees.

See also
Cil Coed | The Legend of King Arthur
Llwyd fab Cil Coed | The Legend of King Arthur