Staycation Ideas.
Wales

Thinking of a staycation? Why not visit Wales, the land of dragons and castles. Stunning beaches, Historic castles and magnificent mountain ranges. Read more below for some of the best staycation ideas in Wales..

Staycation Ideas - Cardiff.
Cardiff

Cardiff, the capital city of wales, its on the Bristol channel and across the channel overlooks the Mendip hills. It has its own harbour, marina and castle making it ideal for a staycation.
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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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Staycation Ideas - Snowdonia.
Snowdonia

In the north west of wales lies Snowdonia national park. Mount Snowden is the highest mountain in Snowdonia and wales and the summit can be accessed via the Snowden railway. There is also a café at the summit!
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Staycation Ideas - Llandudno.
Llandudno

Llandudno is a traditional seaside town in Conwy, north wales. It has a splendid promenade and 19th century pier and vast beach.
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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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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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Staycation Ideas - Tenby.
Tenby

One of the best seaside towns in the UK with miles of sandy beaches. Well known for its ancient town walls and pretty harbour which is overlooked by the Tenby castle ruins.
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Staycation Ideas - St Davids.
St Davids

St Davids is the smallest city in the UK. It is a quaint city which is home to a 12th century cathedral, St Davids. It is believed to be the resting place of the patron saint of wales and named after him.
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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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Wales

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Free Cancellation up to 24 Hours prior to start time

Tickets you book for your Wales 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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