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Wild Swimming Snowdonia Style….

Wild Swimming Snowdonia Style….

Posted by on Sep 11, 2014 in Blog | 4 comments

Wild Swimming Snowdonia Style, not only enriches the soul and pushes you out of your comfort zone, but quite honestly its really good fun! It always amazes me how many people visit Snowdonia without experiencing it. Snowdonia is full of waterfalls (Rheadar in Welsh) and rivers and its such a unique part of the area that if you come to visit, you really...

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PORTMEIRION FESTIVAL NO 6

PORTMEIRION FESTIVAL NO 6

Posted by on Aug 26, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

Portmeirion Festival No 6 is coming to Snowdonia for the third year running and is set to be the best yet. The festival has made the Daily Mail’s the top 10 UK Festivals as well as being voted Best New Festival and Best Small Festival. It is magical – hard not to be when the location is Portmeirion Village in North Wales. Clough Williams-Ellis created this...

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Dog Friendly Snowdonia

Dog Friendly Snowdonia

Posted by on Aug 14, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

If your four legged family members are coming on holiday with you, its good to know where you can go with them so they can join in as much of the holiday fun and frolics as possible….. The good news in that Snowdonia is a very dog friendly and so it’s not a question of whether they are allowed to go to places, it’s more of a question of what to choose….....

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New Snowdonia Information Packs

New Snowdonia Information Packs

Posted by on Jul 29, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

Emma, here in the office, has been working hard preparing Local Snowdonia Information Packs for guests visiting our holiday cottages in Snowdonia, North Wales. Boring stuff like the nearest dentist and cash point etc as well as more interesting local knowledge like which beach is best and where you can get a good coffee. It’s only our opinion...

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Top 5 Mountain Biking in North Wales

Top 5 Mountain Biking in North Wales

Posted by on Apr 17, 2014 in Snowdonia News | 0 comments

Nothing comes close to the feel of a rugged tread plunging into the fresh soil of an undiscovered path, rushing through undergrowth, scaling up a rocky trail and emerging, triumphant, to be greeted by a breathtaking vista of endless coastlines and rugged, forested mountains – unless you have found your way to cosy pub at the end of it all as well, of...

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