Highlights of Snowdonia

Monday 22 - Friday 26 June 2020
5 Days
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£459
(Single Supplement £45)

22 - 26 June 2020

Experience the best of North Wales while staying in Snowdonia National Park, where epic landscapes, rugged paths and waterfalls are a plenty!

 

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Your Holiday Includes

  • 4 nights dinner, bed & breakfast
  • Hotel entertainment
  • Snowdon Mountain Railway
  • Puffin Island Cruise
  • Portmeirion Village & Gardens
  • All coach travel & excursions

Hotel Information

The 3 star Royal Victoria Hotel is uniquely located close to Llanberris at the foot of Mount Snowdon and surrounded by its own gardens. All rooms are en suite with modern decor and have telephone, television, hairdryer, iron/board and tea/coffee facilities. The hotel has Wi-Fi and a lift.

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Experience the best of North Wales while staying in Snowdonia National Park, where epic landscapes, rugged paths and waterfalls are a plenty!

 

The bustling village of LLANBERRIS lies at the foot of Snowdon and on the edge of the lake, Llyn Padarn. The village is also home to the National Slate Museum, Llanberris Lake Railway, Snowdon Mountain Railway and the Electric Mountain Visitor Centre.

Since 1896 visitors have been travelling to Llanberris to experience the SNOWDON MOUNTAIN RAILWAY. It has been described as one of the most unique and wonderful rail journeys in the world! This amazing railway travels to the summit of Mount Snowdon,’ Wales and England’s highest mountain, passing stunning scenery and awe-inspiring views along the way.

BEAUMARIS is a captivating seaside town complete with its own castle on the Island of Anglesey and has an attractive mix of medieval, Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian architecture. From the town’s pier a PUFFIN ISLAND CRUISE will sail along the Menai Straits to Puffin Island viewing spectacular scenery and an array of wildlife. Along the way the captain will give an entertaining and informative commentary.

PORTMEIRION VILLAGE & GARDENS is where the Italian Riviera meets rural Wales! Recently named as one of Britain’s most beautiful seaside villages its full of history and architecture. The setting is stunning; a central piazza surrounded by a cluster of colour-washed buildings, historic cottages, two hotels and restaurants all surrounded by sub-tropical woodlands, secret gardens and not forgetting the white sandy beach. It was the dream of Clough Williams-Ellis and was created between 1925 and 1973 and is probably most famous as the location used for filming The Prisoner in the 1960’s.

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