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Llandudno — Betws-y-Coed, Beaumaris, Conwyn, Caernarfon and Snowdonia

Llandudno is situated between the Great and Little Ormes with two
wonderful beaches and has kept its Victorian and Edwardian elegance
and splendour, despite its modern attractions. Conwy is re-nowned for
its castle which was built for Kind Edward I at the end of the 13th century.
The tours are particularly worth taking in which are full of nooks and
crannies; medieval history weaves through this place.

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The hotel underwent a substantial
refurbishment programme in 2016 and
now boasts a new central reception,
seafront coffee shop, enlarged ballroom
that features a well-stocked bar and
updated seafront gardens -
perfect for a relaxing evening drink.

Excursion Included...

EXCURSION 1.Caernarfon, Gwyness’s country and home Caernarfon Castle,
a UNESCO World Heritage Site, enjoy some free time to explore the medieval town.
We then travel on the scenic Llanberis Pass to Snowdonia with some free time you
could possible visit the National Slate Museum or admire the spectacular views.
In the afternoon we continue to Betws-y-Coed,here you have free time to enjoy the
lovely scenic village and its array of shops. 

EXCURSION 2. Our scenic journey along the Conwy bay today take us past
Conwy Castle with a short stop. Conwy Town is a world heritage site with an
imposing thirteen-century castle and walls. Then onto the Isle of Anglesey to
visit the town of Beaumaris. A seaside town with a mix of medieval, Georgian
and Victorian architecture.

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