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North Wales

North Wales

A land of valleys, market towns and rolling hills, castles and mountains. At the end of tree-lined, winding roads and from the brow of each hill you will discover unforgettable vistas before you, a landscape so beautiful that you know there's promise here for the break of a lifetime. This part of Wales has been an inspiration for poets and artists down the centuries, and today is one of the finest destinations you could choose in Britain for a break of genuine peace and relaxation.

In the east there's the rolling Clwydian Hills, with the picturesque medieval market towns and villages of the Borderlands, such as Ruthin or Denbigh, Llangollen or Corwen, Rhuddlan or the former town of St. Asaph, now one of the UKs newest and smallest cities, awarded the honour as part of the Queens Diamond Jubilee celebrations.

If it's not peace and relaxation you're after, there's lots to do & see, from climbing & walking in the Snowdonia Mountain Range, which lies to the West, to sailing and surfing in the Llyn Peninsula, some of the best beaches in Wales. For families the Coastal Resorts offer sandy beaches and many fun attractions. Ynys Mon - the Isle of Anglesey has a wealth of historical sites dating back to 4000 BC and is surrounded by 125 miles of coastline.

The majesty of castles combines with unforgettable golden coastline, all complete with a skyline of green hills and valleys, where unspoilt sites of history and heritage rub shoulders with quaint pubs, cosy guest houses and hotels, all of which await your arrival with a warm welcome.