Snowdonia Mountain & Coast

I Ihave travelled to many places in the UK and abroad, and have seen some fantastic scenery along the way, but none more beautiful than that of Snowdonia. It’s sometimes rugged but Spectacular Mountain ranges are simply breathtaking at times, and one can’t fail to see why millions of people travel to the area every year, either on holiday, for the weekend, or as I do on many occasions simply just for the day. I have become to know the area just like the back of my hand and when that happens, then you can truly say how magnificent a place is. But enough about me. You are truly spoilt for choice when it comes to Activities, Attractions, Quaint Villages, and Blue Flag Beaches, Snowdonia, Mountains & Coast simply has the lot! But don’t just take our word for it; the proof is merely in the pudding as they say. Snowdonia certainly has its biggest hot spots, Llanberis, Betwys-y-Coed, Beddgellert and that is only just a few of the great villages that you can come across along the way. There are also great towns too, like Caernarfon, Bala and the university city of Bangor, which, despite its disappointingly run down high street, it is still worth a visit. Easy to get to and with a great road system running through its very veins, Snowdonia has to be one of Wales most visited areas, so I would always consider booking accommodation well in Advance. You will always find something to suit all tastes and budgets within our wide selection and we have included a great line up of amazing attractions, amazing accommodation providers and restaurants that are absolutely top notch, so there you have it, get reading, get booking and have a fantastic time whatever you decide to do first.

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Llanberis Lake Railway
Llanberis Lake Railway
Discover the timeless appeal of our narrow-gauge steam trains - a more leisurely way to travel and the perfect way to savour the grandeur of Snowdonia. ...
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Llanfair Slate Mines
Llanfair Slate Mines
The entry to this old but important slate mine is through the main tunnel, under the twin arches of the crypt, and into the lofty cathedral Cavern. Remember that the...
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Llwyn Onn Guest House & Glamping
Llwyn Onn Guest House & Glamping
Amidst the purple and pink carpet of heather, overseen by huge endless skies, Llwyn Onn guest house makes a dramatic impression. The former Victorian watermill has been affectionately...
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Lodge Dinorwig & Cafe
Lodge Dinorwig & Cafe
Our Hostel is located in North Wales, just on the edge of the Snowdonia Nationalpark. Our bunkroom is popular with friends, families and individuals alike. If you are looking for a base for your adventures...
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Min-y-Don Guest House
Min-y-Don Guest House
Situated on the beautiful North Wales Coast, On the Promenade, Noted for its outstanding views in all directions. We are in the perfect location for you to start your adventure in Snowdonia ...
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Mountain Studios
Mountain Studios
Beudy Mawr & Beudy Bach. Holiday Cottages . Each with private Hot tub.Our 2 lovely cottages. Wonderfully located and equipped with everything you could want for in a countryside escape.( ...
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Mynydd Du Caravan Park
Mynydd Du Caravan Park
Located in a secluded Park, with a beautiful panorama over Snowdonia and the Cambrian coast, this dog friendly holiday camp is just a stone throw away from the beach....
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National Slate Museum
National Slate Museum
Dinorwig Quarry closed in 1969. Today, rather than fashioning wagons and forging rails, the workshops tell a very special story: the story of the Welsh slate industry. The National Slate ...
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North Wales Holiday Cottages
North Wales Holiday Cottages
An independent holiday letting agency specialising in North Wales where we have been working since 1966. We are based locally and know the area and the cottages well,...
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Number Twenty One
Number Twenty One
Using the finest locally sourced Welsh ingredients, we offer an exciting mix of traditional and modern cuisine, served in a relaxing, contemporary venue situated in the historical town centre....
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Oceans Bistro
Oceans Bistro
Located on The Promenade in Llanfairfechan, Oceans offers great food and drink against the backdrop of the North Wales coastline. With views of Puffin Island, the Great Orme and Anglesey...
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Olif
Olif
Olif is a new café and Welsh tapas bar with boutique rooms in Betws Y Coed, in the heart of the Snowdonia National Park. ...
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Paintball Wales
Paintball Wales
Centrally located in the woods between the sea and the mountains, at the foot of the beautiful Snowdonia National Park. Perfectly situated for North and Mid Wales, the Wirral, Chester, and the ...
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Palé Hall Hotel & Restaurant
Palé Hall Hotel & Restaurant
From the moment you step through the door, this luxurious Victorian Mansion whizzes you away into a heaven of its own....
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Pant Du Vineyard
Pant Du Vineyard
Pant Du Vineyard and Orchard is situated on the stunning slopes of the Nantlle Valley, Snowdonia, North Wales. The vineyard and orchard has been planted on the south facing glacial slopes ...
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Pen-Isa'r-Llan Guest House & Self Catering Cottage
Pen-Isa'r-Llan Guest House & Self Catering Cottage
Pen-Isa'r-Llan is a farm house and bunkhouse set around a central courtyard in a hamlet just one mile away from the bustling small town of Bala. Pen-Isa'r-Llan is ideally situated to enjoy all ...
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Penmaenuchaf Hall
Penmaenuchaf Hall
This romantic, family-owned Victorian house is a haven of elegance, warm service and gourmet cooking. With some of the most beautiful views overlooking ...
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Pentre Bach Bunkhouse & Camping
Pentre Bach Bunkhouse & Camping
Our Bunkhouse in North Wales, is just outside the village of Waunfawr and only a 5 minute drive from Mount Snowdon and the footpaths of Snowdon Ranger and Rhyd Ddu....
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