Base yourself in Llandudno and you are within easy walking distance of Llandudno’s seafronts (yes, that’s right we have more than one), and attractions. But you are also within easy travelling distance of Snowdonia National Park, the Conwy Valley and the surrounding North Wales area.
The Conwy Valley Railway Museum was originally formed by Alan Pratt in the early 70s with a small exhibition in one of the standard gauge bogie coaches. And the facility of a MK1 coach as a small Café providing tea, coffee and biscuits.
Portmeirion is a fairy tale Italianate village on the coast of Snowdonia with gardens, beaches, shops, restaurants and hotels. Open daily all year.
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A brute of a fortress. Caernarfon Castle’s pumped-up appearance is unashamedly muscle-bound and intimidating.
Tweedmill Shopping Outlets
St Asaph Denbighshire
We have over 30,000 sq.ft. of fantastic bargains all under one roof. Stress-Free shopping at its best! Choose from our comprehensive range of Womenswear & Menswear, Shoes, Home Accessories and Gifts or why not take time to relax and enjoy a meal prepared by our resident chefs in Drapers.
Anglesey Sea Zoo
Brynsiencyn Isle of Anglesey
There’s amazing marine life to see at the biggest aquarium in Wales! Enter an eerie shipwreck brimming with Conger Eels then dare to walk the Shark Pool grids and see a Kelp Forest full of huge fishes! With over 150 native species from the familiar to the rare.
Built in the 14th century, St Michael’s Church is the oldest building in Betws-y-Coed, and is located on the banks of the River Conwy. Replaced by the parish church of St Mary’s in 1873, St Michael’s lay slumbering peacefully throughout the twentieth century.
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