Autumn Activities in North Wales

Autumn Activities in North Wales

With the summer months behind us, now is the time to look forward to sunny autumn mornings, beautiful forest walks, and snuggling up

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Top 5 Holiday Cottages in Harlech

Holiday Cottage Highlights | Harlech

If you are looking for some inspiration of where to stay in Harlech, here are some Holiday Cottage Highlights | Harlech:   FOUR BEDROOM HOLIDAY COTTAGE IN HARLECH | PORKINGTON-TERRACE No.1 Porkington Terrace is a chic and stylish four bedroom holiday cottage in Harlech. Right in the heart of this picturesque and friendly holiday town, the cottage is in walking distance to a lovely collection of cafes, pubs and shops as well as being within easy reach of a stunning sandy beach and the wild ruggedness of the mountians of Snowdonia.   HARLECH HOLIDAY COTTAGE WITH SEA VIEWS | FRON-HYFRYD This Harlech holiday cottage with sea views is located right in the heart of the famous castle town. Perched between the mountains of Snowdonia and the beautiful sandy coastline of Cardigan Bay, the cottage is walking distance to a lovely selection of shops, cafes, and the all important village pub.   HOLIDAY COTTAGE NEAR HARLECH| LLANFAIR-COTTAGE…

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Harlech castle


In all of our beautiful towns and villages, there are lots of hidden gems of things to do and see that unless you did your research or heard by word of mouth you would miss them. Over the year, we will be doing a quick, easy to refer to guide on the top things to do in each of the towns to enable you to make the most of your time spent there. The first on the list is A Day In Harlech | North Wales…There is alot more to do in Harlech than initially meets the eye and you might find it hard fitting it all in! THE CASTLE The town surrounds the castle , built on a spur of the Harlech dome which is said to be the oldest known geological rock formation in the world. A visit to the castle is a facinating trip back in time the new visitors centre has certainly…

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Snowdonia in Winter

Tips For Winter Getaways in Snowdonia

Snowdonia in Winter is just as beautiful as in the Summer. Some might argue even more so. Snow capped mountains, rivers full of crisp ice cold water and miles and miles of deserted beaches. The towns also come into their own with festive cobbled streets, cosy cafes and pubs with roaring fires. Here are some of our tips for winter getaways in Snowdonia CONWY CASTLE AND TOWN Conwy Castle and it’s walled town were built under the instruction of Edward I as part of his conquest of the principality of Wales. Its circuit of walls, over three quarters of a mile long and guarded by no less than 22 towers, is one of the finest in the World. Bodnant Gardens, Conwy Mountain and The Royal Cambrian Academy of Art are all near by and well worth a visit. BETWS-Y-COED SWALLOW FALLS The Swallow waterfalls in Betws-y-coed is the highest continuous waterfall in Wales and is one…

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