Llandudno and North Wales Tourist Information
Activities in Snowdonia
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What you would get if you where to give the smartest recreation designers limitless resources and a brief to produce an area that has access to every ... read more
The locality's claim to angling fame is in having not only good runs of salmon but also excellent runs of sea trout (sewin); this implies that if river levels are too low or the weather too bright for successful salmon or sewin fishing during the day, there are, at ... read more
Ghosts in Penrhyn Old Hall.
In the far end of the Function room in the seating area, is a bad tempered young man who does not like being disturbed and on the old dance floor in the Function room, there is a soldier who is said to be frustrated by not being able to ... read more
THE FARM LOCATION IS WITHIN ONE HOUR'S DRIVE FROM THE FOUR CORNERS OF NORTH WALES .. DIFFICULT TO FIND ANYWHERE WITH MORE TO DO IN SUCH A COMPACT AREA ! :-)
BORTH Y GÊST QUAINT LITTLE VILLAGE IS ONLY 20 MINUTES FROM THE FARM & HAS ... read more
Photographs of Snowdonia
Few places have the variety of landscapes that you find in Snowdonia. At the centre of the area are the mountains, dominated by the peak of Snowdon itself. There are 15 mountains over 3000 feet high, which may not seem big in world terms, but many of these are ... read more
Swallow Falls Betws-y-Coed
SWALLOW FALLS (RHAEADR EWYNNOL) This waterfall on the Afon Llugwy has become a familiar natural celebrity over the past 100 years and has featured on film, postcard and canvas. While its principal viewpoints are situated on the south bank of the Llugwy with the convenience of ample parking along ... read more
Towns and Villages of Snowdonia
The remoteness provided a hiding place for the last true prince of Wales, Llewelyn ap Gruffydd in 1277 during his final battle with Edward I and it is from here Owain Glyndwr carried on his valiant struggle against the English in the early 15th century.
The ... read more
Visit North Wales
What would you like from your holiday to North Wales?
Scenery of course..
It is always nice to have something to look at as you drive around or walk to have an evening meal and a drink. However, in North Wales you ... read more
Walking in North Wales
Fresh air. Open spaces. Four walking regions. Hundreds of miles of paths and trails.
No wonder walkers love to visit North Wales. They come here to find themselves (or lose themselves) in our great outdoors. But sometimes you have to walk just because theres no ... read more