Hafan y Mor is close to beaches, skylines, castles, railways, lakes and lively resorts of North Wales are engraved in millions of childhood memories. Where else can you enjoy fantastic mountain scenery, a brilliant train ride, a panoramic picnic and a gorgeous sandy beach all in one day.
The Ffestiniog and Welsh Highland Railways stretch for 40 miles through the glorious Snowdonia National Park, allowing you to experience the magnificent scenery in comfort whilst savouring the romance of gleaming steam engines and carriages.
Criccieth Castle, standing on its headland between two beaches, is a prominent North Wales landmark. It is also a landmark historic site, one of those rare castles with a foot firmly in both camps and a true testament to the varying fortunes of war.
Edward’s tried and tested ‘walls within walls’ model was put together in super-fast time between 1283 and 1295 by an army of nearly a thousand skilled craftsmen and labourers.
At the time this was one of the cheapest of Edward’s castles. A snip at a mere £8,190.
Portmeirion village, located just outside the Snowdonia National Park boundaries in North Wales, looks somehting out of a fairy tale. Here are six reasons to visit Wales’ daydream hideaway.
Pwllheli Funland is a popular tourist attraction located in the centre of Pwllheli, directly adjacent to the Maes.
There’s plenty to entertain the whole family, with a range of rides, activities and an amusement arcade.
Anglesey Sea Zoo is a unique aquarium with over 40 tanks displaying the best of British marine wildlife! Don’t expect to see large sharks, tropical fish or sea turtles – instead you’ll find fascinating creatures from around the coasts of the UK, such as octopus, lobsters, seahorses, cuttlefish and catsharks.
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