Nestled neatly into the coastline you will find the picturesque town of Llandudno in North Wales. This small Welsh town is a popular attraction amongst summer visitors and has plenty of coastal style and attractions to offer. With a promenade and Victorian peer that stretches from one side of the town all the way … More Llandudno, North Wales
Glamping is the new camping and its taking off all over in north Wales. Over the past few years there has been an explosion of campsites offering a glamping experience to clients. In north Wales we have both mountain and sea views scenery to back it up. With many of our stunning seaside welsh villages … More Top Glamping sites in Snowdonia and Anglesey
Whether you are coming to north Wales for a weekend or your summer trip, a visit to one of our exquisite blue flag beaches, has to be on the top of your agenda. North Wales is home to so many beaches facing all compass directions, so no matter what the weather or wind direction you … More Top Beaches to visit this summer in North Wales.
History of the Eisteddfod The Eisteddfod goes back a long way. In fact, the first documented of modern day times was held way back in the year 1176 when it was held in Lord Rhys’s castle under his patronage. The history and traction of this festival though goes way way back longer than this. … More The national Eisteddfod of Wales, Anglesey 2017
Catching Bass Its all about the CONFIDENCE! It’s always tricky when I’m asked to write a piece about bass fishing. After fifty years of catching (and frequently not catching) these fish, it is a bit of a nightmare trying to condense it into a few paragraphs. Bass are pretty widely distributed round our coasts so … More Bass fishing with Dr Mike Ladle