The mountains of North Wales are millions of years old and have a fascinating geological history. What better reason to go underground and explore the incredible caverns and passageways right at the heart of the Snowdonia Mountains? Well, here’s one reason: Zip World Caverns! Zip World recently opened the world’s first fully underground obstacl... read more
Three attractions in North West Wales have been listed in the top 500 places to see on the planet, by the globetrotting travel expert team at Lonely Planet. Snowdonia National Park (181st), Portmeirion (207th) and Caernarfon Castle (315th) made it on to this ‘definitive bucket list for every type of traveller’. Snowdonia National Park, listed [... read more
The small town of Menai Bridge on Anglesey attracts tens of thousands of visitors for this annual event celebrating North Wales’ coastal heritage. Showcasing a vast array of seafood that is caught in the beautiful waters surrounding Anglesey as well as a variety of local produce, this festival is every food-lovers dream. For those who […]... read more
Very enjoyable stay over the new year, with thanks to people serving meals. They worked hard to get food onto tables quickly!
We had booked as non residents for an evening meal. On arriving we saw three coaches parked up and was a bit dubious. We needn't have concerned ourselves, restaurant is so large and up three steps to one side is an area for twos and fours to dine. Yes there was the noise from the amount of people in the restaurant, however it did not spoil our evening. Food was good just too much. Pleased I had read reviews and knew not to have a starter. Our waitress was very attentive, professional and friendly. Certainly would return.