Please take a while to view and check the accommodation in Llanwrst for last minute offers and late deals on great places to stay, like self catering holiday cottages, budget bed and breakfasts, indulgent hotels and super campsites. Llanwrst is located in the Conwy Valley a few miles from the coastal resorts of north Wales and surrounded by The mountains of The Snowdonia National Park which has alone got some hundred lakes and offers miles of pristine coastline, moors and wetlands; gives one an idea of why Llanwrst is such a popular holiday destination.
The Snowdonia National Park itself was established in 1951 and is the second largest park of the eleven National Parks in England and Wales. Hafod Eryri is the visitor centre found at the summit of Mount Snowdon. The window on the world' wall of glass will provide you with unbelievably beautiful views, and the cherry on the top is that you can enjoy a bowl of hot Welsh soup as well as tea and other snacks at the Caffi y Copa. Central to all amenities, the hotels and guest houses as well as the beautiful Welsh holiday cottages are well situated, cost effective and carefully selected. Known for its exquisite rivers, forests, mountains and beaches, heaps of fascinating castles, there can be no doubt that the main attractions of the area are eco-related, and visitors always revel in the pristine coastline and nature at its undeveloped best. There is hardly anything in this area which is not worth seeing.
The Area is Famous for Its Variety of Attractions:
Llanrwst offers plenty for the tourist looking for an adventurous and fun filled time. For those looking for something a little more glitzy, visitors will not have any trouble in finding a fun night out in the nearby towns which offer good restaurants and excellent shopping opportunities. There is also The Llanrwst Town Trail which is just a short walk but which takes you past some of the fascinating historical features in the town. Plenty for those Looking for Excitement.