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Holiday Cottage in the Brecon Beacons 4 nights for the price of 3 sleeps 6 £240
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Short Breaks - Places to Stay and Tourist Accommodation in Denbighshire and Flintshire


Accommodation in Denbighshire and Flintshire

Select your ideal accommodation and superb places to stay in Denbighshire and Flintshire, view dog-friendly accommodation family accommodation or adult only accommodation in outstanding settings in this very popular area of North East Wales with luxury accommodation on the England/Wales border; check out our Welsh Bargain Breaks and last minute deals and enjoy a weekend, mid-week or short break with fine restaurants, bars, country Inns, sandy beaches, fishing trips and nearby activities and attractions that will keep individuals, couples and whole families entertained. Unique accommodation stands out in North East Wales. This region awaits explorers both new and old. The friendly Welsh have always met tourists and holidaymakers with warmth and hospitality. With a rich history and many entertaining events throughout the year, this region of Wales has so much to offer.

Denbighshire and Flintshire Tourist Information

Wrexham sits on the eastern side of the area, between the Snowdonia Mountains and lower Dee valley, this exhilarating town has transformed from a historic market town to one of business and manufacturing. The bustling settlement easily fulfills travelers with all shopping and accommodation needs.

History

Throughout the county, scores of Megalithic monuments and Menhirs stand. These ancient stones suggest the presence of life in prehistory. Association with the Druids has left this region of mystique, as in discrepancy of beliefs the Romans had destroyed much of the shrines and sacred groves. One of the first three designated National Parks in Wales, Snowdonia spans 838 square miles. It contains the highest mountain in Wales at 1,085 metres (3,560 ft), and currently holds the title of 3rd most visited national park in England and Wales. Northern Snowdonia remains the only place in Britain where the Snowdon Lily grows, and the Snowdon beetle inhabits’. It offers breathtaking walks toward the summit all year round. The available index pages provide further details regarding Snowdonia and the Isle of Anglesey

Tourist Attractions

Besides historical sites, North East Wales has a large variety of attractions for the whole family. The farm parks offer sheepdog shows, duck shows, sheering shows, and "Adventure-land" for the daring. Most family-run, these places offer non stop activities according to daily events. Some offer caverns to explore along with craft shops, café, and picnic areas, making it a great place for filling the hours with adventure, delicious food, and drinks.

Llangollen National Eisteddfod

Festivities occur throughout the year, like the Llangollen National Eisteddfod. Most lasting for days on end; i.e. nonstop celebrations of amazing food, abundant drinks, and delightful music alongside thousands of smiles. Whether on dry terrain or islands, throughout North East Wales has a wide variety of travel accommodations to suit all needs. The coastal resorts allow for walks on majestic sandy beaches. When all said and done, it could take several lifetimes to experience everything in North East Wales, and it would be better to come sooner than later. So why not book your next Denbighshire or Flintshire accommodation or Short Break now?