Staycation Ideas.
Snowdonia National Park

Visit the Snowdonia National Park. Where the mountains meet the sea. Stunning mountain scenary meets the beautiful welsh beaches. Castles and history at every town. Making Snowdonia a perfect location for a staycation in the UK.

Betws-y-Coed . Staycation in Snowdonia
Betws-y-Coed

The town grew around a monastery in the 6th century. Located in the Conwy valley Betws-y-Coed is a popular base for exploring the Snowdonia Mountains. Betws-y-Coed in welsh translates to ‘Prayer house in the woods’.
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Beddgelert. Snowdonia Staycation
Beddgelert

Beddgelert lies in the heart of the Snowdonia mountains. A tranquil and beautiful town surround by some of the best mountain scenery in the UK.
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Caernarfon Castle. Staycation in Caernarfon
Caernarfon Castle

A stunning medieval castle on the banks of the river seiont. Originally built by the romans. The investiture of the prince of wales took place here in 1911 & 1969.
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Portmeirion. Staycation in Snowdonia
Portmeirion

The location of the 1960s blockbuster movie ‘The Prisoner’ Portmeirion is a man-made quirky town often called the welsh Italian riviera. One of the most popular tourist attractions in wales.
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Anglesey. Snowdonia Staycation
Anglesey

The island of Anglesey, just off the North Wales coastline has some beautiful beaches and fantastic attractions. Easy access by the Pont Britannia bridge makes it a perfect staycation destination.
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Conwy Castle. Staycation in Conwy Castle
Conwy Castle

The imposing and regal Conwy castle has eclipsed the tone for over 700 years. Built but King Edward the 1st between the years of 1282 – 1289.
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Harlech Castle. Snowdonia Staycation
Harlech Castle

High on a rocky outcrop looking over the Irish sea is the spectacular Harlech Castle. Another castle built but King Edward the 1st during the invasion of wales between the years of 1282 – 1289.
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Snowden Railway. Staycation in Snowdonia
Snowden Railway

Standing at 3,560ft, Snowden is the highest mountain in Wales and higher than any in England. Amazingly you can get to the summit without too much effort using the Snowden Mountain Railway.
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Day tour from Manchester

If you are staying in Manchester why not visit the scenic and rugged Snowdonia national park for the day? You can book a coach tour with an expert guide to keep you informed of which mountains you can see amongst the stunning scenary.
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Snowdonia

Jump the Queues

Enter the attraction quicker without standing round in queues

Free Cancellation

Free Cancellation up to 24 Hours prior to start time

Tickets you book for your Snowdonia trip can be cancelled for free with a full refund up to 24 hours prior to the start time. You can also jump the queues so you can enter the attraction quicker without standing round in queues.


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