Places to Stay in North Wales
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Please take a little time to view our unique lists of North Wales coastal accommodation and places to stay that will make your visit a time to remember, with happy memories for years to come, perhaps you would like to stay in a coastal hotel overlooking a long sandy beach or a self catering apartment, a farmhouse bed and breakfast or a Caravan rental on a holiday park. For individuals, tourists, couples or families planning to visit on a business trip or a romantic weekend, whatever type of accommodation you have in mind we have a wonderful choice from which to book your next short break or a long family holiday. We have cheap deals and bargain breaks on offer that you will only find on our site, from farmhouse b&b's to luxury holiday lodges, from budget hostels to country house spa hotels, along with a wide variety of attractions and beautiful landscapes that will keep you enthralled for the entire length of your stay.
Historic North Wales
This area of Wales is known for its historic castles that provide a great insight into the medieval history of the region. The sandy beaches and beautiful coves around Anglesey and the Llyn Peninsula are important tourist destinations and beautiful towns like Llandudno, Caernarfon and Rhyl provide important tourist attractions.
Be it any occasion, there is a wide variety of affordable Places to stay, available along the coast from Caernarfon in the West to Rhyl in the East and all locations in between like the university City of Bangor, the coastal resorts of Llanfairfechan, Penmaenmawr and the medieval town of Conwy. Moving along we then come to the ever popular seaside resort of Llandudno with its long sweep of seafront and gently shelving beach, then on towards Rhos on Sea a much smaller laid back resort before you reach Colwyn Bay, now a bustling town, Abergele comes next and onward to Rhyl with its mix of new and old attractions.
When it comes to exciting attractions, North Wales offers the ultimate experience. Whether you are on holiday, on a short break, or on an overnight stay; there simply isnt enough time to visit all that is on offer. Lively family parks, craft centres, art galleries, museums, scenic gardens, steam trains, stately homes, and castles, it has it all! Indulge in some family fun at any of the numerous events that take place all year round, or go and discover our rugged coastline. There is simply something for everyone.The pretty villages and coastal towns are well worth visiting.
North Wales Cottages.
There are many wonderful North Wales holiday rentals in market towns and villages as well as self catering coastal cottages. Wales Tourists Online list both Privately advertised holiday lets as well as some agency listings, giving you a very wide choice. The area is home to some of the most distinctive luxury coastal cottages
in the UK. They are beautifully furnished, comfortable and luxurious and rentals are a mix of century
old traditions together with modern set of facilities like dishwasher,
power shower and cozy under-floor heating. Every coastal
cottage has its own special story to tell so please don't miss the
experience of staying in one.
Llandudno is North Wales largest tourist resort, if you choose to stay here you will find plenty to keep you entertained throughout your stay. There are two fabulous beaches, a Pier, dry Ski and toboggon centre, Alice in Wonderland Centre, Tenpin bowling, Theatre Cymru and the Great Orme with its cable cars and tramway. There are a number of museums and art galleries and the beautiful boulevard. The town probably has the best shopping facilities in the area with two major retail parks and a lively high street. Conwy is a must visit destination with its medievil castle and town walls as is Caernarfon.
A Romantic Destination
Wales as a romantic destination is pretty hard to beat. No other country has a Patron Saint for Lovers. The ancient lovesick princess, St Dwynwen was upset when her father forbade her from marrying her lover. She asked God to look kindly upon all who share true love. Her Saints day is celebrated on 25th of January. You can take a romantic stroll along a white sand beach from the isle of Anglesey to the tiny islet where you will find a well dedicated to her memory. Wales is well known for the love-spoon (or llwy in Welsh)? Young Welsh men present wooden love-spoons to the girl of their dreams as a keepsake. The more intricate the design, the more the depth of the carvers love is shown.
A Family Destination
If you have planned to take out time from your busy schedule for your family you can take them on a walk along the coast, under waterfalls, through rolling hills and forests or even up a mountain. You can even plan to spend your family time on a farm. You could walk the Coastal Path or hike through Snowdonia National Park.
Some of the festivities that occur throughout the year include the Gwledd Conwy Feast, this has a "taste before purchase" policy, perhaps why it has become the biggest culinary event. Many have eaten scores of delicious oysters at the Anglesey Oyster & Welsh Produce Festival, and then downed ales at the Anglesey Beer Festival. The electrifying musical festivals take place as artists from over 50 countries fly in from all over the world. Most lasting for days on end; i.e. nonstop celebrations of amazing food, abundant drinks, and delightful music alongside thousands of smiles. We have a stunning selection of North Wales holiday accommodation just waiting for you!