Towns & Villages in North Wales
We serve up a tasty mix of towns and villages, seaside resorts and mountain boltholes.
We have big resorts (great for shopping as well as sandcastles) and small resorts (great for strolling and sensational sunsets), historic towns such as castle-crowned Conwy, stylish waterfronts like Deganwy and the exciting new watersports centre and purpose-built beach at Colwyn Bay.
Heading inland, the Vale of Conwy is a gorgeous green corridor leading from the sea to the mountains of Snowdonia.
There’s history at almost every turn, and a host of attractions, including superstars like Bodnant Garden.
One side of the vale is flanked with the heather moors, lakes and forests of Mynydd Hiraethog.
We make no excuse for giving this high country – its name translates as the ‘Hills of Longing’ – a special mention.
It’s often overlooked, which means that you might miss out on this hauntingly beautiful area, scattered with small, traditional settlements that reward exploration.
Everyone has heard of Betws-y-Coed.
It’s the ultimate mountain resort that ticks all the boxes – great location at the gateway to Snowdonia, great amenities and great shopping.
No wonder it’s busy throughout the year.
The region of Conwy really is blessed with a whole range of unique towns and villages, just waiting to be explored, however, if you would like more information on the various things to do and attractions such as the Great Orme, Llandudno Pier, Llandudno Cable Cars, Llandudno Beach and Colwyn Bay Beach, please visit them pages for more information.
If you are interested in booking some accommodation, then we have some fantastic hotels, bed and breakfasts and self-catering properties suitable for all needs and tastes - simply click on them pages for more information also.
The Welsh Mountain Zoo is set in North Wales, high above Colwyn Bay with panoramic...
1500 seat theatre.
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