Bodysgallen Hall - North Wales Hotels

You've booked time off from work, you've arranged your transportation, what next? Oh yes, quite possibly the most important decision to make about your vacation; where shall we stay? Fortunately, North Wales boasts a wealth of accommodation and there is something to suit all tastes and budgets. Bodysgallen Hall is a Grade 1 listed building and is one of the finest hotels in the North Wales area with a history stretching back to the 17th century; although it is said that there has been a building on the site since the 5th century. Bodysgallen Hall is situated in 200 acres of wooded parkland and beautiful formal gardens and is the only 3 AA Rosette rated restaurant in Llandudno. It features 15

Sightseeing Tours of North Wales

North Wales is such a great place to visit with a wealth of attractions and activities. Not sure where you would like to go? Browse through the photographs below for some inspiration! Newborough Beach, Anglesey with Snowdonia Mountain Range in the background. Sunset at Newborough Beach. Llyn Idwal, Snowdonia The view from Devil's Kitchen, Snowdonia Smallest Chapel in Great Britain, St. Trillo's, Rhos-on-Sea

It's Medieval Time This Weekend at Conwy!

Jousting, Jesters and Jugglers! They'll all be at Conwy this weekend as part of a medieval spectacular with Conwy Castle forming a magnificent backdrop for all the events. Look out for re-enactments featuring battles and skirmishes from the 12th to the 15th centuries-well worth watching! The festivities take place on the weekend of June 24th and 25th 2017 and each day starts at 10:00 and concludes at 17:00. Admission is free but entry to jousting and some other events attract an entrance fee.

Sightseeing Day Tours in Snowdonia From London

Every year millions of people visit Snowdonia National Park. Many come to walk or take the train up to Mount Snowdon, England and Wales's highest peak standing proudly at 1085m or 3,560 feet. Others come to enjoy the wide range of outdoor activities on offer such as hill walking, canoeing, rock climbing or simply just to enjoy the beautiful scenery; you can even surf at the UK's only artificial surfing lake! Snowdonia is one of 13 National Parks in the UK and was the first one created in Wales in 1951. It covers an area of over 2,140 square km or 827 miles including 60 km or 37 miles of breath-taking coastline. In times gone by the travelling time from London to North Wales would be measured

Holyhead Shore Excursion

Holyhead or Caergybi in Welsh, is the largest town on the beautiful island of Anglesey and the gateway for visitors arriving to North Wales by cruise ship or ferry. In the 19th century it was chosen as the site for a strategically important port linking London and Dublin to enable civil servants and politicians to travel from London to Ireland. The Port of Holyhead marks the end of the historic A5 trunk road from London, which was designed by the famous engineer, Thomas Telford. Its position as the principal port of North Wales was initially in doubt when a route to Ireland was first proposed, as the first choice was the now quiet Morfa Nevyn on the Llyn Peninsula. It was thought this was a

Holyhead Cruise Excursion - North Wales Day Tour

Bespoke Tours of North Wales collected Jeff, Karen, Sam and Jonathan from a rather damp Holyhead Port yesterday. Although it was raining, it didn't dampen our spirits at all and everyone was looking forward to experiencing the highlights of North Wales. Our first stop was the quaint village of Beaumaris where we viewed the famous Beaumaris Castle and learnt about it's colourful past. A quick walk along the jetty to take in the stunning views of the Menai Strait and we were off to the historic town of Conwy. Along the way we stopped to admire the famous Menai Suspension Bridge which connects the island of Anglesey to the mainland of Wales. The dominating sight of Conwy Castle soon came into v