A bustling market town with an ancient history, Mold was once home to two of Wales' top artists; the 18th century landscape painter Richard Wilson and the 19th century novelist Daniel Owen. Mold is suited to a short break, ideal for walkers and golfers.
A tourist hotspot ever since the Victorian era, Betws-y-Coed is dubbed 'the gateway to Snowdonia' and provides a picturesque base for exploring the No ....Read more
With the largest concentration of conservation buildings in North Wales, a lively pub scene and several attractions, Ruthin is full of charm and chara ....Read more
Boasting a blue flag beach and miles of sand, Barmouth is a popular seaside destination on the Cambrian Coast. While it lacks the genteel atmosphere ....Read more
A lakeside, alpine village Llanberis is a premier destination for walkers and climbers. The starting point for the most popular route up Snowdon Moun ....Read more