Category Archives: Snowdonia Holiday Information

Snowdonia Holiday Cottages

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Walks around Pen Llyn

Walks around Pen Llyn / Lleyn Peninsula Put your best walking boots on and explore! With nearly 100 miles of stunning coastline, an array of hills of varying height inland plus the majestic mountains of Snowdonia on its doorstep, you’ll be spoilt for choice. Choose from wandering along gently undulating landscapes suitable for walkers of […]

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Pen Llyn Towns

Pen Llyn Towns Abersoch Abersoch is a delightful village with its small harbour. > Self catering accommodation in Abersoch Criccieth Criccieth is a town of character, history and nostalgia. > Self catering accommodation in Criccieth Pwllheli A busy market town, Pwllheli is a town full of seaside character. Porthmadog A bustling harbour town of Porthmadog, […]

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Towns Of Snowdonia

Towns Of Snowdonia The Snowdonia National Park stretches from Conwy in the north to Aberdyfi in the south, taking in not only mountain peaks and thirteenth century fortresses but also ancient wooded valleys and rushing rivers. Caernarfon, Bangor and Conwy Caernarfon, Bangor and Conwy sit at the gateway to the area. The market town of […]

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Pen Llyn Information

Pen Llyn – Things to Do and Tourist Attractions Welcome to the beautiful and diverse Pen Llyn (Lleyn Peninsula), an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with unspoilt coastline. The Llyn’s variety is its special attraction and because of this has been a popular destination for holiday makers for many years. With its proximity to the […]

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Snowdonia Information

Snowdonia Snowdonia is known the world over for its spectacular scenery. Sir Edmund Hillary trained on Snowdon before attempting Everest and the area’s craggy landscape has inspired artists, botanists, poets, geologists and engineers such as Thomas Telford who built a coach road between the peaks. Snowdonia is Wales’ most dramatic area with Snowdon the highest […]

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