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Luxury Coach Travel
4 Night's Dinner, Bed & Breakfast
Lunch on 3 Days
Bar Drinks Every Night (19:00 - 23:00: House Wine, Beer, Spirits, Soft Drinks)
Entertainment Every Night
Entrance to Portmeirion
This morning we travel to Caernarfon, Gwynedd's county town and home to Caernarfon Castle, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
We continue to the Isle of Anglesey and the historic Beaumaris Castle before making a short stop at a village with the longest name in the UK: Llanfair PG.
Llanfair PG was home to the first ever Women's Institute meeting in 1915!
Today, we visit Llandudno with its wonderful sandy beaches and lovely promenade.
Why not take a ride to the top of Great Orme on the beautifully restored Victorian Tramway?
From the summit, there are outstanding views across Anglesey and the peaks of Snowdonia.
We continue to the nearby Trefriw Woolen Mills where traditional woolen products are still made using machines that are over 50 years old, powered by vintage water turbines.
A busy harbour town with a good range of shops and attractions. Porthmadog’s best-loved landmark is The Cob, a mile-long embankment across the estuary that shaped the destiny of the town.
We continue on to Portmerion which was created by the architect Clough Williams-Ellis from 1925 to 1976.
Portmeirion recreates an Itailan village, with a truly Mediterranean feel. There are many unusual and romantically styled buildings and was the backdrop for the 1960's TV series: The Prisoner.
The Royal Victoria Hotel is uniquely located close to Llanberis at the foot of Snowdon, within 30 acres of its very own gardens and woodlands, which include the historic castle of Dolbadarn.
The fully equipped en-suite bedrooms are designed to offer you somewhere comfortable that you can really relax in.
The hotel has a lift.
Pickup Points for this tour are:
The following room types are still available on this tour: