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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The Moorings Bistro
The Moorings Bistro
Overlooking the beautiful and tranquil bay of Borth-y-Gest, the Mooring's Bistro team welcomes you in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere....
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The National White Water Centre
The National White Water Centre
The National White Water Centre is set on the banks of the River Tryweryn, near Bala. The Tryweryn is dam controlled ensuring great water conditions all year round...
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The Old Farmhouse B&B
The Old Farmhouse B&B
Enjoy the comforts of a hotel with the friendliness and informality of our renovated farmhouse. It is an ideal centre for touring Snowdonia, walking or just total relaxation by our large heated...
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The Old Rectory
The Old Rectory
Home to the Rectors of Boduan since the early 18th century, the house has been carefully restored over the years and now offers an opportunity for guests to enjoy the peaceful atmosphere of a ...
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The Port Cafe & Deli
The Port Cafe & Deli
'Jenny would like to offer her customers a warm welcome and provide a unique dinning experience within the Snowdonia region. A traditional family business that...
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The Slate - Y Llechan
The Slate - Y Llechan
The premises has been totally refurbished from top to bottom with some internal modifications to make the most of the space available and to create a coherent and fulfilling place to work,...
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The Slate Caverns
The Slate Caverns
The Llechwedd Deep Mine Tour is a family friendly interactive tour with new technology, amazing effects and features a beautiful projection over the underground lake. ...
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The Victoria House Hotel
The Victoria House Hotel
Victoria House is a Grade II listed building dating back to 1894. It has been tastefully refurbished to provide all modern facilities yet retains much of its original charm ...
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The Victoria Inn
The Victoria Inn
The Victoria Inn has been under the ownership of our family for more than twenty years now and in that time we have established a lasting reputation for good food, Robinson's ales, a friendly ...
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The Waterloo Hotel (Best Western)
The Waterloo Hotel (Best Western)
The ideal base to explore and discover the breath taking scenery of Snowdonia’s beautiful countryside and coast. Situated on the grounds of the hotel are our modern, ...
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The Waverley Hotel
The Waverley Hotel
One of Bangor's biggest hotels - The Waverley Hotel Bangor; boasting a wide variety of spacious rooms suiting single, twin, double or family rooms that suit your every needs. Hayley and the ...
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Tonnau Restaurant
Tonnau Restaurant
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Trefeddian Hotel
Trefeddian Hotel
Step into a world of luxury, and discover this extraordinary family run hotel. Every single detail has been thought through to perfection and you can expect...
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Tu Hwnt i’r Bont Tearoom
Tu Hwnt i’r Bont Tearoom
For visitors to North Wales generally (and the Conwy Valley, Betws-y-Coed in particular), Tu Hwnt I’r Bont is itself, in this idyllic setting, an obvious ‘must see’ tourist attraction;...
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Ty Mawr B&B & Tearoom
Ty Mawr B&B & Tearoom
Emma and Menno welcome you to their warm and cosy Bed & Breakfast and Tea room Tŷ Mawr, ideally situated for a holiday in the mountains of the Snowdonia National Park....
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Ty Mawr Farm B&B
Ty Mawr Farm B&B
Looking for an adventurous family holiday or a quiet weekend in beautiful surroundings. Relax in one of our self-catering cottages or bed and breakfast rooms....
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Ty Mawr Farm Cottages
Ty Mawr Farm Cottages
The stone built granary has been converted to four luxury holiday cottages full of character with inglenook fireplaces, woodburning stoves and exposed beams....
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Ty Mawr Hotel & Restaurant/ Bar
Ty Mawr Hotel & Restaurant/ Bar
Ty - Mawr means ‘Big House’ in Welsh, but also ‘Big Welcome’ in any language! A family run hotel restaurant and bar with a relaxed, warm and friendly atmosphere....
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