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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Shell Island
Shell Island
Based in North Wales and boasting stunning views of the unspoilt Welsh countryside, including Cardigan Bay and the Snowdonia National Park, Shell Island is one of...
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Snowdon Mountain Railway
Snowdon Mountain Railway
Let Snowdon Mountain Railway take you on a journey of a lifetime to the rooftop of Wales. Snowdon, at 3,560ft dominates the landscape of Snowdonia National Park in...
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Snowdonia Cottages
Snowdonia Cottages
From the mountains to Marinas, these beautiful cottages have some enchanting reviews of the big blue. These pet friendly cottages are ideally placed for wonderful walking in Snowdonia's ...
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Snowdonia Riding Stables
Snowdonia Riding Stables
Located in North Wales between Snowdon and the sea, Snowdonia Riding Stables offers you superb riding amongst some of the best mountain and coastal scenery...
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Sopna Tandoori Restaurant
Sopna Tandoori Restaurant
Our fully licensed 65 seat restaurant offers the very best in Bangladeshi cuisine. But don't just take our word for it, we where voted 2007 Welsh Curry House of the Year, and...
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St Curig’s Church
St Curig’s Church
St Curig’s Church is a quirky and wonderful self-catering property which in quiet periods also offers Bed & Breakfast. It’s probably true to say that there’s nowhere else quite ...
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Talyllyn Railway
Talyllyn Railway
The Talyllyn Railway is a historic narrow-gauge steam railway, set in the beautiful Mid-Wales countryside. Running from Tywyn to Abergynolwyn and Nant Gwernol,...
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Tan y Foel Country House
Tan y Foel Country House
Our boutique B&B is a place to relax, unwind and escape the hustle and bustle. Set in two acres and surrounded by woods and farmland, we are just five minutes ...
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The Boatyard Inn
The Boatyard Inn
Situated on a small road leading to the Pier, the Boatyard Inn of Bangor, North Wales offers guests just as warm a welcome today as it probably did for many sea workers, ...
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The Bryntirion Inn
The Bryntirion Inn
After a long day fishing, hiking or walking our four-legged best friends around the stunning beauty of Bala Lake and its spectacular scenery, nothing could be more welcome than a ‘picture-postcard’ Inn...
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The Fun Centre
The Fun Centre
The Biggest indoor play area in North Wales, with two giant drop slides, swinging ropes, dark maze, tumble tower, spining discs and so much more, we cater for children from toddlers ...
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The Gladstone
The Gladstone
The Gladstone is based on the beautiful North Wales coast and brings you a great place to eat, drink and stay. With great food and views, it goes beyond your normal b&b what's more it is just...
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The Glyntwrog Inn
The Glyntwrog Inn
A friendly local village pub in the heart of the Welsh countryside, offering a great selection of real ales, beers, wines, cocktails and soft drinks. Serving hearty, homemade food using locally sourced...
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The Gors Bach Inn
The Gors Bach Inn
Refurbished in the autumn of 2010. The Gors Bach is a landmark where mountains meet the lowlands, sitting on the edge of the Snowdonia National Park with stunning...
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The Gwydyr Hotel
The Gwydyr Hotel
The Gwydyr Hotel Betws y Coed in the heart of Snowdonia is surrounded by some of the most picturesque scenery in North Wales. If you are looking for...
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The Hut
The Hut
Situated at the gateway of Snowdonia’s National Park, this small, family-run B&B is set within an area of natural beauty, amidst the rolling heather moors of the Hiraethog...
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The Joys of Life Country Park North Wales B & B
The Joys of Life Country Park North Wales B & B
The Joys of Life Country Park is a popular, a pleasantly secluded, centre for holidays, B & B, family gatherings, reunions and courses. This stunning holiday and...
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The Last Inn
The Last Inn
A cosy and friendly atmosphere welcomes you as soon as you enter the Last Inn. Dating from the 15thCentury, this charming Inn will tickle your taste buds...
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