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SNOWDONIA

A land of sea, mountains and castle, a land filled with heritage and history and so so much more...

Snowdonia Mountains & Coast satisfies all these expectations- and more.  It could hardly be otherwise.  Some of Britain's biggest, boldest mountain spring from its soil.  The coastline is bathed in beauty.  National Parklands, Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty and Heritage Coast fill much of the landscape.  The attractions here  include castles, 'great little trains' and slate caverns.  And there's a world-class choice of activities on tap, everything from walking to mountain biking, sailing to golfing.

Visitors also appreciate the area's unique 'sense of place', an almost mystical amalgam of landscape and local culture, together with the 'Croeso' - 'Welcome' - that's such a part of the Welsh character.

This hospitality extends to the accommodation on offer.  With our choice of Bed and Breakfast, self Catering Cottages and Camping/Caravanning there's sure to be something for everyone in our family run Business, we like to think that we can offer a taster of what life in Wales is really like, relaxed and comfortable.

 

It's all here, right on your doorstep.  And it's all here , so read on:-

This National Park, the largest in Wales covering around 840 square miles (2,175 sq km) was founded over 50 years ago.  Yet it's still capable of surprising its many visitors.  We all know that it takes its name from Snowdon - in Welsh Yr Wyddfa, 'The Tomb'.  But that's just the opening chapter in Snowdonia's story.  This is unquestionably the most scenically varied National Park in Britain.  Within its boundaries you'll find mountain, moor and sea, rocky peaks and green hills, wooded valleys and sublimely beautiful estuaries.

let's start right at the top, at 3,560ft/1085m is the highest peak in Wales and England. Its slopes, a volcanic jumble of screens and cliffs rising to razor-edge summits, have attracted walkers and climbers since the earliest days of the Great Outdoors.

It was amongst the boulder-strewn Glyderau, a neighbour of Snowdon that the team that first conquered Everest trained in the early 1950s.  But those classic mountains in the Park's north-western corner are just one piece in an intricate jigsaw.  Snowdonia has its gentler side too.  Around Ffestiniog and Betws y Coed there are sheltered vales clothed in ancient oakwoods, rivers and waterfalls, and the hauntingly beautiful heather moorlands of the undisturbed Migneint.

Keep traveling and you'll come to BALA, a small town set beside the largest natural lake in WALES and surrounded by green hills and mountins.  Further south still there are more mountains - but again subtly differed to those of rugged Snowdon.  The RHINOGYDD above Harlech are one of Britain's few remaining true wildernesses.  And the southern gateway to the Park is guarded by mighty CADER IDRIS, a giant summit looming over the rooftops of DOLGELLAU.

COASTING ALONG

But it's in the west that you'll discover Snowdonia's biggest surprises.  THE NATIONAL PARK also embraces a spectacular coastline of sandy beaches, dunes, headlands and esturaries.  Mountains meet the sea in a memorable encounter along the DYFI, MAWDDACH and DWYRYD estuaries, on a coast dotted with charming resorts and villages.

So you can while away the morning on the beach and walk the hills in the afternoon.  That's the unique beauty of Snowdonia - and its scenic diversity is matched by a wealth of outdoor activities.  Follow in the footsteps of those Everst pioneers or take a gentle stroll along a riverbank.  Go wildlife watching at nature reserves or head for the hills on horseback.  Enjoy canoeing, sailing and watersports or explore the countryside by cycle or mountain bike.

 

 
 

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Telephone: 01341 422269

FAX: +44(0)1341422481

Address: Dolgun Uchaf, Nr Dolgellau,
Snowdonia, Gwynedd LL40 2AB

E-mail: dolgunuchaf@aol.com

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