The Rocks at Plas Curig
“ Better to choose a limit capriciously, than to have none”. Thomas Hardy.
There is no limit to the raw natural beauty of the Snowdonia National Park, with its sky scraping dove white mountains, glistening waters and emerald green landscapes. The Rocks at Plas Curig, is perfectly positioned for enjoying exceptional mountain views, and with an abundance of attractions to visit, a cosy and convenient location to stay. The decor is vibrant and imaginative, fresh and modern, but with elegant touches reflecting the age of the property. Rooms are beautifully clean, comfy with outstanding views. A large, self catering kitchen, drying room are available, as well as spacious highly attractive living areas. An outdoor fire pit with sofas and benches, offers the chance to chill with a beer beneath the dazzling stars. (Doggies welcome too).
Capel Curig, Snowdonia , LL24 0EL
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