North Wales

North Wales is Welsh through and through. This is a holiday region that’s passionate about language, music and history, with magnificent castles, railways and festivals. The scenery’s superb – fine beaches, tumbling rivers and of course the mountains, lakes and waterfalls of Snowdonia.

Aerial view of Barmouth and the Mawdach Estury
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Seaside towns in North Wales

Visit friendly resorts like Llandudno, Abersoch and Barmouth to enjoy the great British seaside at its best.

Cable cars above Great Orme, Llandudno
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4 days in North Wales

A four-day family trip around North Wales offers you a variety of experiences.

Portmeirion
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Family fun in Snowdonia

Three days of activity make for a fantastic family holiday together.

Plas Brondanw in Gwynedd, North Wales
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10 gardens in North Wales

North Wales is famous for its gardens, from landscaped lawns to exotic flora. Here are few to visit.

Bodnant Garden lake and trees in Autumn, Conwy
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Must do in Conwy

From enormous castles to smallest houses, here are the top things to do in Conwy.

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Portmeirion Piazza, Snowdonia
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North Wales attractions

Where to go and what to see during your adventure across the lands and seas of North Wales.

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Erddig is the jewel in the crown of Welsh country houses. It may lack the punch of Powis or the fireworks of Cardiff Castle, but it has a depth of character, a sense of habitation blessed by age, of few houses in Britain.

Simon Jenkins, journalist, author and Chairman of the National Trust
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