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North Wales is literally littered with interesting places to visit, from majestic castles to beautiful isolated rural walks. The Snowdonia National Park includes the highest mountains in England and Wales and the north coast boasts the ‘Queen of the Welsh Resorts’, Llandudno, gloriously situated between the Great Orme and the Little Orme.
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Afon Gwyn Country House guest house is a husband and wife run B&B situated close to the picturesque village of Betws-y-Coed in the Snowdonia National park and close to mount Snowdon. Scenic views with mountains, lakes and waterfalls, together with historic castles and the coast all in close proximity.
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Explore the stunning gardens at Erddig Erddig, remarkable for its delightful 18th century `Dutch´ garden with canal, formal allees, pleached limes, and beautifully trained fruit trees. Later Victorian additions include a flower garden and parterre, yew walk and avenues of monkey-puzzles and wellingtonias. It also contains the National collections of ivy and narcissi.
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Explore Plas Newydd Plas Newydd is an impressive 18th century house by James Wyatt which is famous for housing Rex Whistler´s largest painting and an exhibition about his work. The interior is a mix of classical and Gothic and was restyled in the 1930s. There is also a military museum containing, uniforms and campaign relics of the 1st Marquess of Anglesey, who commanded the cavalry at the Battle of Waterloo. Set on the banks of the Menai Strait, with a fine spring garden, summer terr...
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Discover the eclectic Medieval Fortress, Chirk Castle The Welsh castle was built in 1310 and the last one of Edward I's reign to be inhabited. The National Trust offers a fantastic range of exhibitions and activities at the property. Explore the medieval fortress with its dungeon and murder holes, meet Will the archer and learn how to defend the fortress, take part in a pike drill (but don't get put in the stocks) or sign up for a guided tour to learn a little of the magnificent castl...
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Worthenbury Manor, a traditional country house and a special place to stay, nestles in the Welsh Marches between Chester, Wrexham & Shrewsbury. It's ideal for exploring North East Wales, South Cheshire & North Shropshire. Expect a rural setting, comfy 4 poster beds, open log fires, antiques, a wildlife-friendly garden and a hearty breakfast showcasing local produce.
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Chirk Castle was completed in 1310 during the reign of King Edward I, built on an outcrop above the meeting point of the rivers Dee and Ceiriog. With over 700 years of history, and as the last castle from this period still lived in today, Chirk Castle's many occupants have left behind lavish interiors and a beautiful and eclectic collection.
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Explore the fascinating history of Erddig Erddig is one of the most fascinating houses in Britain. Part of this is due to the close relationship that existed between the family and their servants. The state rooms display most of their original 18th and 19th century furniture and furnishings, including some exquisite Chinese wallpaper. The range of outbuildings include the sawmill, laundry, bakehouse and smithy. It houses the largest collections of national trust items. The Stable Ya...
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Eriviat Hall is a wonderfully situated self-catering retreat near cheshire that will provide a satisfying stay to lovers of scenery, nature and peace and quiet. The accommodation itself is ideal for special occasions, has a period style and retains many of its original features despite having been extensively refurbished. Modern luxuries and kitchen facilities allow for a flexible time, with a Lion King dining room and crystal chandeliers particularly popular with guests, as is the chance to ...
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Explore the beautiful gardens of Plas Newydd Plas Newydd garden has both formal and informal styles. With magnificent views of the Snowdonia Peaks. The open-plan garden containing shrubs planted in the lawns to the more formal Italian-style garden to the front of the house. Where the conservatory once stood on the top terrace, there is now an arbour with water falling to a pool, with its Italianate fountain, on the bottom terrace. Major restoration of the Italiante garden is on-goin...
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Dive into an underwater education at Anglesey Sea Zoo At Anglesey Sea Zoo they've come up with a raft of ways to engage children in what they are seeing around them. So in the No Bone Zone (who doesn't love that name?) they'll learn what it's like to be an invertebrate, in the lobster hatchery and the seahorse nursery there's a focus on conservation and The Seven Sisters Shipwreck creates a great atmosphere with the sounds of waves crashing about your ears. Of course, there's the shark...
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