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A guide to Snowdonia’s Dark Sky Reserve and star gazing in North Wales
 

A guide to Snowdonia’s Dark Sky Reserve and star gazing in North Wales

Are you a watcher of stars? Awarded Dark Sky Reserve Status in 2015, the Snowdonia National Park is one of the best places in the UK to gaze at night skies

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Secret Mountains Series. Rhobell Fawr
 

Secret Mountains Series. Rhobell Fawr

Step away from the crowds. Rhobell Fawr, the rarely visited summit between Bala and Dolgellau rewards with peace, solitude and some of the finest views in Wales

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Exploring the rainforests of Snowdonia
 

Exploring the rainforests of Snowdonia

How about exploring a lush rainforest on your next holiday? Head to the wilds of North Wales and the rainforests of Snowdonia…

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Croeso! Welcome back to North Wales. We can’t wait to see you again
 

Croeso 'nôl! Welcome back to North Wales. We can’t wait to see you again

It’s been a long, hard, lockdown. So, we’re delighted to confirm that your favourite holiday cottages in North Wales are getting ready to welcome you again

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Explore Snowdonia’s outstanding mountain scenery by heritage railway
 

Explore Snowdonia’s outstanding mountain scenery by heritage railway

Explore Snowdonia’s outstanding mountain scenery by heritage railway. Steam trains and stunning landscape views are a match made in heaven

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Exploring the area around Hay on Wye
 

Exploring the area around Hay on Wye

We were delighted to take on our first holiday cottage near Hay on Wye earlier this season. Join us to explore the beautiful borderlands of south east Wales

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Barmouth, a Traditional Seaside Holiday
 

Barmouth, a Traditional Seaside Holiday

Barmouth, a traditional seaside holiday destination in Snowdonia, North Wales. Simple old fashioned fun building sandcastles, swimming in the sea and ice cream.

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Holiday Cottage With Fantastic Views Near Fairy Glen
 

TOP 5 RIVERS TO EXPLORE IN NORTH WALES

Here in North Wales our mountains and lakes are known throughout the world but it is the rivers that might be new to many. To give you an idea of what’s on offer, here are the Top 5 Rivers To Explore In North Wales…   AFON GLASLYN The Glaslyn river flows through the village of Beddgelert, one of the most beautiful villages in Snowdonia. The walk along the river is truly stunning, taking you past Gelerts Grave and into the village itself where you will find traditional craft shops, cafes and of course the famous Glaslyn Ices where they offer some of the best ice-cream in Snowdonia. A mile south of Beddgelert in Nantmor is the Aberglaslyn Pass, a narrow gorge in the river known for its outstanding beauty.   AFON TYWERWYN The National Whitewater Centre is based on the River Tywerwyn. As the rapids are damn controlled, you can be ensured of having consistent water…

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