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Immerse yourself in the sheer magnificence of Snowdonia for your next Countryside break.
A countryside break in Snowdonia will not only leave you feeling refreshed, but also leave you wanting more from the warm Welsh hospitality.
Snowdonia is highly recommended because of the:
- Snowdon Horseshoe – a walkers' paradise
- Snowdon Mountain Railway
- Snowdon National Park
- Cefn Coch gold mine!
Leave the cooking and washing up to us and enjoy a countryside weekend with Best Western in Snowdonia. This will be one of the most relaxing yet exhilarating short breaks of your life.
The 1085m (3560ft) Snowdon summit holds a spectacular vantage point with views as far afield as Ireland.
Don your walking boots for the adventure of a lifetime. Explore the rugged beauty and peaceful tranquillity of the Snowdon National Park.
This is a great base for your break, with so much to see and do then you'll not know which direction to travel in! In fact the scenic location alone is simply begging to be explored.
So what is there to do in and around Snowdonia?
Leisurely walks and stunning gardens await you at every turn in this beautiful part of Wales. Take a trip on the majestic Snowdon Mountain Railway, explore the beautiful Bodnant Gardens or visit the fantasy village of Portmeirion (location for the TV series The Prisoner)!
If you fancy something a little more challenging, then try white water rafting, dry slope skiing or go karting is more your thing!
Or step down a gear and take a gentle stroll through the numerous small villages, take a break at one of Snowdonias' charming roadside cafés, or shop at one of the many picturesque shops, picking up a couple of traditional Welsh souvenirs.
Fancy travelling a little further afield?
Anglesey - just a stones throw away and a place where you can really get away from it all. Relax and simply lose yourself in the island’s winding lanes or on its spectacular coast.
Bangor - whilst being one of the smallest cities in Britain is also one of the most vibrant, it boasts a bustling night life, with a plethora of small bars and restaurants.
Porthmadog - you will no be disappointed by this town stunning setting. Once a great seaport, rich in maritime history and the home of the Ffestiniog Railway, and coastline with beaches second to none.
With all these activities, and all the amazing places to see and visit, Snowdonia will capture your heart and leave you yearning to return, time and time again.