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Walking in North Wales Coast & Self Catering Nearby


Penmaenmawr to Llanfairfechan and self catering accommodation nearby...

The 6 mile route from Penmaenmawr to Llanfairfechan takes you from seafront to seafront and offers magnificent views inland and over the North Wales coast to Anglesey and the Great Orme. Follow an ancient trackway richly endowed with stone circles and other traces of our stone-age ancestors. On these slopes at Graiglwyd was a Neolithic axe factory, one of the most important in Britain , whilst nearby is the sublime Druid's Circle (Meini Hirion), with thirty stones, ten still standing. Allow up to 3 hours to complete the walk along good firm grassy paths with some steep ascents and descents on byroads.

Walking the Mawddach Trail and self catering accommodation nearby...

The Mawddach Trail's walking route winds for 9.5 miles (15km) along the disused railway track along the edge of the spectacular Mawddach estuary in Southern Snowdonia. Whilst the trail can be joined at several points it starts at the picturesque market town of Dolgellau and finishes by crossing the iconic railway bridge over the mouth of the estuary into Barmouth.

North Wales Coastal Path Bangor - Prestatyn and self catering accommodation nearby...

The North Wales Coastal Path offers 60 miles of sea views between Bangor in the West and Prestatyn in the east. This ‘North Wales section’ of the All Wales Coastal Path is a mixture of wonderful sandy beaches and family friendly towns and villages and benefits from excellent public transport links. When you get to Prestatyn, you can also continue along Offa’s Dyke Path if you wish - Britain’s longest ancient monument and a National Trail.

The Llyn Coastal Path and self catering accommodation nearby...

The Llyn Coastal Path, North Wales is a way marked long distance footpath around the Llŷn Peninsula (which recently celebrated 50 years as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty). Starting from Caernarfon, the 84 mile path makes its way along the north coast to Uwchmynydd, then the southern coast to Porthmadog.

Walking Southern Rhinog, Snowdonia and self catering accommodation nearby...

This Snowdonia walk takes you from Dyffryn Ardudwy to the summits of Y Llethr and Diffwys on the southern part of the Rhinog mountains. You will be rewarded with some of the best and most varied views in Southern Snowdonia, including a superb view across the Mawddach estuary to Cadair Idris. In addition there are many areas of water which add interest to the walk.

Panorama Walk, Barmouth and self catering accommodation nearby...

The Panorama Walk is Barmouth's most famous walk and the view from the summit is one of the most spectacular in Wales. The route is signposted and the viewpoint is only about a mile and a half from the town.

Walking Yr Eifl, Llyn Peninsula and self catering accommodation nearby...

Yr Eifl, or The Rivals, is the highest point on the Llyn Peninsula in North Wales and has three summits. Garn Ganol, the central summit, is the highest at 564m, followed by Tre’r Ceiri (485m) and Garn For (444m). This trio of hills offer rugged walking and great views and can be easily seen from Anglesey and the major mountains of north western Snowdonia.

 
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