North Wales offers an unrivalled choice of scenery and activity to the discerning visitor and particularly attracts the walkers, climbers and cyclists.
The close by Snowdonia National Park covers 823 square miles of the most beautiful and unspoilt countryside in Wales. Unlike “wild” National Parks elsewhere in the world, Snowdonia is home to just over 26,000 people, who live and work in its towns and villages and on its hill farms.
And if those views aren’t good enough for you, then take to the sky. Pleasure flights are available from Caernarfon airport.
We won’t pretend that North Wales has the best weather, but when those hot and sunny hot blue-sky days happen, there is nowhere else to be. There are plenty of easy to get to beaches, but with some local knowledge from Julie and a map you can find your self at some of the most beautiful sandy beaches in the country.
Being on a peninsula means we have plenty of breathtaking South and West facing beaches so you can go home with a tan.
A great way to relax and take it easy, don’t forget to take a BBQ and some matches.