Welcome to our mini blog series that will focus on a number of locations around north Wales. Starting with Trearddur Bay on Holy Island then moving over on to Anglesey, Snowdonia and the Llyn Peninsular. We have kept the mini guide concise and short so its an ideal for a reference for your stay. Whether … More Trearddur Bay
The Menai Strait, or Afon Menai as it is known , is the channel that separates Anglesey from mainland Wales. It is connected to the mainland by Thomas Telford’s Menai Suspension bridge and Robert Stephenson’s Britannia Bridge. The Strait varies in width from about a couple hundered meters to three quarters of a mile. The … More The Menai Strait
There are no more scenic places to visit than the south stack area on Holyhead mountain a place im very fond off. Many hours have been whittled away climbing different routes with various friends passing summers by. It has a special draw to me.. The big lump of Quartzite that sticks out prominently over the … More Late autumn climbing on Holyhead Mountain
We have compiled a varied list of things to do for half term with the family here in north Wales this October. With the weather unsettled of late this autumn and with winter banging on the door we have added some winter warmers indoors for your comfort! Although its not quite time for mulled wine … More Top things to do this October half term on Anglesey & North Wales
Betws-Y-Coed is one of the quaintest small towns that you can visit in north Wales. The local architecture, beauty, and natural image has remained very unchanged since the dawn of time. It is in the heart of Snowdonia National Park which boasts a ton of things you can do from mountain biking to walking … More Betws-Y-Coed, Snowdonia
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.
Every year, the first week of August brings with it the National Eisteddfod. This is a major Welsh celebration of both the culture and language of the area. Just about any Welsh local you speak with will tell you how much they enjoy the festival and believe it to be a good show of their … More Top attractions at the Eisteddfod 2017
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
North Wales and Snowdonia have always had a unique culture and environment. There are plenty of up and coming food and drink companies to match this rich blend that our country embodies. There are a great many of medium sized food and drink companies that are trail blazing their way to success here right … More Award winning local food and drink of Snowdonia and north Wales
A days winter hiking / climbing in the snowdonia area in north Wales.. … More Intro to Winter Climbing in Snowdonia, North Wales.