DAY 1. Travelling to Barmouth stopping at Llangolllen. A wonderful town to enjoy some lunch. We will board the Horse drawn boat to enjoy peaceful and tranquil journey along the River Dee. Watch the fish swim lazily by in the clear water delivered fresh from the River Dee as your boat glides silently through the Welsh mountains (admission included). We will continue our journey to the hotel arriving in the afternoon.
DAY 2. In the morning we will travel to Isle of Anglesey to visit Beaumaris with a short stop at Caernarfon. There will be free time to visit one of the famous Norman castle included in they iron ring built by Edward I . Beaumaris is a seaside town with a mix of medieval, Georgian and Victorian architecture. Take a walk through the town, starting with a stroll along the seafront, take in the pier and the views over the Menai Strait and Snowdonia continue through the charming streets with their picturesque cottages painted in beautiful soft colours. Beaumaris Castle is a United Nations World Heritage Sites and was constructed between 1295-1330.
Day 3. A day of leisure – Barmouth is beautiful with golden sandy beaches. The harbour is magnificent where you can walk across the spectacular Barmouth Bridge spanning the river. Why not hop aboard the Cambrian Coast Railway train from Barmouth and enjoy the stunning views the train can offer you.
DAY 4. In the morning we will have free time in Porthmadog, a busting town, full of individual shops and places to eat. It has a strong and proud heritage, culture and community. The Welsh language is a key part of its identity, commonly spoken here and its people are particularly warm and friendly. We then board a steam train on the Blaenau Ffestiniog Railway through 13 miles of stunning lakes, mountains and waterfalls (admission included). From here we travel to Betws-y-Coed returning to our hotel via the Llanberis Pass.
DAY 5. Arriving home with lunch break on route.