NORTH WALES

CASTLES, COASTS, GARDENS & LEGENDS

Perched on a rocky fringe in Western Europe, welcome to the undiscovered lands of North Wales – one of the most beautiful and interesting places in Britain. Medieval castles, soaring mountains and stunning coastlines await you across the English border when you journey into North Wales.

You will receive a warm welcome in North Wales, the land of the Celts, where you swap ‘good morning’ for ‘bore da’, stories for legends & history for awe & amazement!

There is plenty to do and see – standout highlights include a climb to the summit of Snowdon, quaint harbour towns like Conwy and the Laburnum arch at Bodnant Garden – be sure to visit also visit in Spring when the gardens are in full bloom.

MEDIEVAL COASTAL FORTRESSES

North Wales

You will step back in time when you visit the medieval castles dotted along the North Wales coastline: Conwy, Caernarfon, Beaumaris and Harlech are all stunning examples.

Explore by letting one of our local tour guides bring their stories to life for you with tales of intrigue, violence and quite a bit of romance!

SNOWDONIA NATIONAL PARK

North Wales

Climb to the summit of Mount Snowdon for stunning panoramic views across the wide landscapes of the Snowdonia National Park on a clear day. For a more leisurely ascent take the scenic Snowdon Mountain Railway to the 1,085m summit.

If you want to avoid the crowds there are plenty of other low and high level walks in the Snowdonia National Park – let one of our qualified tour guides help you navigate this captivating landscape and bring the mountain stories to life!

STUNNING NORTH WALES COASTLINE

North Wales

If you like to kick out and stroll along cliff top paths or just stretch out and slumber on the beach then North Wales is the ticket for you!

The Isle of Anglesey has got the lot. Its coastline is as varied as it is spectacular! Anglesey is an historic island full of character and a place that inspires and appeals to all the senses.

Discover beautiful beaches, cliffs, tiny fishing villages and some of the most famous landmarks in Wales… Stunning beaches like Criccieth and Newborough await you along the North Wales coastline!

The Wales Coastal Path is an absolute must if you like long distance walks. The stretches of the coastal path along Anglesey’s East coast are a real treat and you will discover the copper kingdom at Amlwch to boot!

WELSH SLATE MINING HERITAGE

North Wales slate cavern

Head inland from the busy harbour town of Porthmadog aboard the historic Ffestiniog Railway.

Enter the Welsh mountains and get off at Blaenau Ffestiniog to explore the Llechwedd Slate Caverns, which tell the living history of Welsh slate mining throughout the 1800s via a Deep Mine Tour, an exciting ‘Quarry Explorer’ off-road adventure and hands-on slate workshops.

There are many sites that surprise you in North Wales – we can find the best for you and create a perfect private tour experience.

HIDDEN GEMS OF NORTH WALES

North Wales canals

Why not venture to the quieter parts of North Wales and discover some of its hidden secrets? The Clywdian Hills, a less visited  alternative to the Snowdonia National Park, are a sight to behold in the Autumn, clothed in blooming purple heather.

In the beautiful town of Llangollen, board a train for a scenic journey or take a trip on a narrow boat over “The Stream in the Sky” when you traverse the stunning UNESCO World Heritage Site Pontcysyllte Aqueduct.

For a scenic car ride with your personal tour guide, take the meandering road from Chirk through the Ceiriog valley to Llanarmnon where you will find a pub for a cosy lunch!

North Wales

MEDIEVAL COASTAL FORTRESSES

You will step back in time when you visit the medieval castles dotted along the North Wales coastline: Conwy, Caernarfon, Beaumaris and Harlech are all stunning examples.

Explore by letting one of our local tour guides bring their stories to life for you with tales of intrigue, violence and quite a bit of romance!

North Wales

SNOWDONIA NATIONAL PARK

Climb to the summit of Mount Snowdon for stunning panoramic views across the wide landscapes of the Snowdonia National Park on a clear day. For a more leisurely ascent take the scenic Snowdon Mountain Railway to the 1,085m summit.

If you want to avoid the crowds there are plenty of other low and high level walks in the Snowdonia National Park – let one of our qualified tour guides help you navigate this captivating landscape and bring the mountain stories to life!

North Wales

STUNNING NORTH WALES COASTLINE

If you like to kick out and stroll along cliff top paths or just stretch out and slumber on the beach then North Wales is the ticket for you!

The Isle of Anglesey has got the lot. Its coastline is as varied as it is spectacular! Anglesey is an historic island full of character and a place that inspires and appeals to all the senses.

Discover beautiful beaches, cliffs, tiny fishing villages and some of the most famous landmarks in Wales… Stunning beaches like Criccieth and Newborough await you along the North Wales coastline!

The Wales Coastal Path is an absolute must if you like long distance walks. The stretches of the coastal path along Anglesey’s East coast are a real treat and you will discover the copper kingdom at Amlwch to boot!

North Wales slate cavern

WELSH SLATE MINING HERITAGE

Head inland from the busy harbour town of Porthmadog aboard the historic Ffestiniog Railway.

Enter the Welsh mountains and get off at Blaenau Ffestiniog to explore the Llechwedd Slate Caverns, which tell the living history of Welsh slate mining throughout the 1800s via a Deep Mine Tour, an exciting ‘Quarry Explorer’ off-road adventure and hands-on slate workshops.

There are many sites that surprise you in North Wales – we can find the best for you and create a perfect private tour experience.

North Wales canals

HIDDEN GEMS OF NORTH WALES

Why not venture to the quieter parts of North Wales and discover some of its hidden secrets? The Clywdian Hills, a less visited  alternative to the Snowdonia National Park, are a sight to behold in the Autumn, clothed in blooming purple heather.

In the beautiful town of Llangollen, board a train for a scenic journey or take a trip on a narrow boat over “The Stream in the Sky” when you traverse the stunning UNESCO World Heritage Site Pontcysyllte Aqueduct.

For a scenic car ride with your personal tour guide, take the meandering road from Chirk through the Ceiriog valley to Llanarmnon where you will find a pub for a cosy lunch!

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