There are so many things to see in North Wales that, if we were to list them all, you probably wouldn’t know where to start. Plus, we believe that the feeling that these majestic landscapes inspire isn’t necessarily something that can be put into words.So, today, we decided to show them to you by allowing you to visit North Wales from… wherever it is you’re sitting right now!After watching some of these videos shot across this breathtaking part of the country, we’re confident that it’ll be easier to plan your next trip, and you’ll have a clearer idea as to what you can expect from your holiday in North Wales.Let’s begin your virtual tour!
Discover The Landscapes & Attractions of North Wales
In other words, some ideas to organise a short weekend away! In fact, while there are plenty of things to see in North Wales, you’ll be glad to know that lots of them are fairly close together.This means that, just like you can see in this video, you could plan a short weekend away and still get to visit a brewery, enjoy some adventures below the surface, a coastal town, and a lot more.
If you’re ready to fall in love with all the quirks and characteristics that make North Wales unique, start by diving into this video.You’ll discover more about the historical town of Conwy (right next to our Conwy Lodge Park
), learn all about 16th-century life at an Elizabethan townhouse, go down below in the Llechwedd slate caverns
… and then way up high on the peaks of the famous Snowdonia National Park!
If you have a few more days to visit North Wales and its most acclaimed wonders, we believe this video will be particularly helpful.From castles to museums and natural beauty spots, it’ll show you 24 things that you really don’t want to miss in this stunning part of the country.No wonder our Conwy is #1!
The island of Anglesey is one of the most popular tourist destinations when it comes to visiting North Wales, and we’re not surprised.With a 124-mile walkable path that loops around it, you’re never short of peaceful or dramatic views of the sea. But even its inland is full of beautiful sceneries and tourist attractions
!This video will give you a little overview of what the island of Anglesey has to offer.
Here’s the thing about visiting North Wales: it’s not all about the destination, but the journey itself, too.One of the things that we love the most about this geographically varied part of the country is that even just driving around North Wales rewards you with memorable experiences and landscapes.This video gives you a taste of what it feels like to drive around Snowdonia, the third national park in Britain and home to Mount Snowdon, the highest mountain in Wales.
A large mountainous region, plenty of bodies of waters: it only makes sense that North Wales showcases so many waterfalls!While we encourage you to visit as many as you can, you most definitely can’t miss out on Pistyll Rhaeadr. Meaning ‘spring of the waterfall’ in Welsh, this 240ft drop is the 7th highest waterfall in the whole of the UK.Definitely one of the best free things to see in North Wales
We couldn’t help including a video that showcases the beauty of our local Conwy.We might be slightly biased, but we really believe that this little town has got everything you can possibly wish for: tranquil views of the estuary and the sea, a mighty 13th-century castle, medieval walls that you can walk on to discover the town from a different perspective, woods, beaches, and even the smallest house in Britain.Discover the best things to do in Conwy
and don’t forget to try one (or more) of its top places to eat
.Once you visit North Wales, you’ll realise that this area really does have something for everyone. From the most challenging hikes for adrenaline junkies to fun attractions for the entire families and more peaceful walks full of beauty spots, it’s a recipe for an unforgettable holiday.If you’ve already fallen in love with all the things to see in North Wales and have realised that a single trip might not be enough (you’re absolutely right), consider investing in a holiday lodge
in this area. That way, you’ll be able to go back as often as you wish and visit North Wales at your own pace!