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Choose a hotel in Snowdonia and explore a mountain region of jagged snowy peaks, emerald foothills and sandy beaches.

Town and city breaks in Snowdonia

Bangor’s university crowd keeps the mini city awake with its myriad high street pubs. The Harp and the Skerries are best for lock-ins and local banter. The busy Celtic market town of Caernarfon is dwarfed by the polygon towers of its medieval castle. Lazybones hop on the train at lake-bordered Llanberis for scenic rides around Padarn Country Park.

Holidays in the Snowdonia countryside

Sir Edmund Hillary conquered Everest after rehearsals on Mount Snowdon’s 3,500ft summit. Test your Sherpa skills and clamber the panoramic ice-carved valleys and ridges of Snowdonia National Park. Leave your crampons at your Snowdonia hotel for the easy fell hike through Coedydd Aber Nature Reserve to the cascading Aber Falls.

Beach holidays in Snowdonia

Endless, dune-laced sandy stretches, like Harlech and Fairbourne, make Snowdonia beaches great for windsurfing and long coastal strolls. Stay in a Snowdonia hotel near Abersoch Beach for the vibrant harbour community, or mountain-backed Barmouth for the promenade funfair.

Attractions in Snowdonia

Palladian and Baroque Grade II-listed buildings, piazzas and grottos make Portmeirion village an elegant mini-Italy. At the other aesthetic extreme, the boulder-clad Ugly House at Capel Curig is a Hansel and Gretel picnic spot. Visit turreted Penrhyn Castle in Bangor to see Queen Victoria’s one-ton slate bed.

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