Discover Snowdonia

  • Llechwedd Slate Caverns
    Winner of all major tourism awards, Llechwedd offers two underground rides and free surface attractions.

Conwy Castle by Dave Newbould
  • Conwy Castle
    Built for King Edward I between 1283-87, Conwy Castle remains one of the most outstanding achievements of medieval military architecture.
  • Bodnant Gardens
    This eighty-acre National Trust garden is one of the finest in the world, situated above the River Conwy looking across the valley towards the Snowdon range.

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Snowdon Mountain Railway
  • Snowdon Mountain Railway
    Travel on the only public track and pinion railway to the Summit of Snowdon, at 3560ft the highest mountain in England and Wales.
  • Ffestiniog Railway
    Visit the Ffestiniog & Welsh Highland Railways – two unique narrow-gauge railways.
  • Greenwood Forest Park
    Family Adventure at GreenWood Forest Park – the ultimate family day out!

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Greenwood Forest Park

Llandudno from the Little Orme
by Dave Newbould
  • Origins: Dave Newbould’s photographic gallery
    Thanks to Dave Newbould for many of the beautiful photographs in this website. Visit his online Snowdonia and North Wales photographic gallery to see more stunning views of the area.
  • Fishing
    Visit Wales’ comprehensive guide to fishing in North Wales
  • Golf
    … and if golf is your thing Visit Wales’ guide to golf has everything you need to know.
  • Seren Ventures
    Climbing, Scrambling, Mountain Walking, Navigation and Winter Skills Courses in Snowdonia
  • www.cantorioncolinjones.com
    Superb Welsh Choir open practice sessions every other Sunday at St Mary’s Church next door to the Hotel
  • gr8 trails
    Mountain Skills, Mountain Biking and Multi-Activity Weekends and so much more …
  • Tree Top Adventure – Snowdonia
    An adventurous journey deep in the forests of Betws y Coed!
  •  on the history trail for facts and detailed detailed knowledge of Betws-y-Coed and the area visit History Points- they also have QR codes set up at sites of special interest – try scanning ours at by the front entrance and see what it tells you about the Royal Oak!

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