North Wales Coast
Vibrant Llandudno, the Victorian seaside gem with a history that does back to the Bronze Age. World Heritage Conwy with its rich maritime past. The National Zoo of Wales at Colwyn Bay. Year round breaks offering family fun, good food, great walking, world class theatre and a full calendar of exciting events. All within easy reach of Snowdonia. Rhyl and Prestatyn are among the best recognised British seaside resorts. These fabulous award-winning beaches with a range of family friendly attractions, events and activities. You can walk the Offa’s Dyke path in Prestatyn. Very accessible from the border with West Midlands only an hour’s drive away. Medieval Conwy Castle, a Wold Heritage Site, has 8 huge towers, glorious views over the river Conwy with the castle walls stretching through the town making this a fine and impressive place to visit. Head a little inland from the coast and you will reach Bodnant Gardens and Bodnant Welsh Food Centre. The gardens comprise of 80 acres of paradise filled with plants collected by famous global explorers. The Welsh Food Centre has an enticing farm shop where you can purchase local produce from the surrounding Bodnant Estate and award winning suppliers from across Wales.
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Browse independent shops in our towns and villages such as Colwyn Bay or climb aboard the Great Orme Tramway for a memorable adventure. Our fresh air will make you hungry, but that’s ok – the quality of local producers in this area will surprise and delight so why not come and find your wonderland!