Across North Wales you’ll find all kinds of reasons to book a stay. It’s almost as if the region was put on this earth for the benefit of people looking for a memorable holiday and short break destination. Seaside resort towns complement historic castles and incredible natural landscapes, all dotted with exciting visitor attractions ranging from underground caves to popular zoos and animal attractions.
You’ll find a host of large towns across North Wales, all with modern amenities to enjoy. Some are contemporary and others are traditional, whilst many like popular Llandudno are places where you can enjoy the best of both worlds. In Llandudno you’ll find chain restaurants, busy shopping streets and a large cinema close to a ski centre and a classic pier, complete with amusement arcades.
The North Wales coastline features other quaint resort towns, including Prestatyn and Rhyl. Here you’ll find long stretches of golden beach, suitable for delightful walks as well as relaxing days on the sand, alongside a number of leisure facilities and attractions such as pitch-and-putt golf courses, bowling complexes and traditional seafront shops. Few of the old fun fairs still remain, but there are traditional amusement arcades and seaside cafés that give the region plenty of character.
Around North Wales you’ll find plenty of rural walking routes and attractive countryside settings just waiting to be explored, with the Isle of Anglesey providing many of the most scenic routes for travellers on foot or with bicycles. There is a certain calmness and warmth to the Welsh countryside, where no hike ever seems too challenging, with the gentle rolling hills proving to be a pleasure for walkers of every ability. Yet if you are looking for a tougher experience then a visit to the Snowdonia National Park, home of the towering Snowdon, should satisfy your need for adventure. If you manage to climb the mountain then you’ll be rewarded with absolutely awe-inspiring views across the mountains and valleys, so make sure that you pack your camera if you’re making the trip.
Whether you book a North Wales Hotel for a weekend, a full week or something in between, you’re sure to end up with a fun-packed holiday itinerary. North Wales is understandably popular with families, couples, individuals and groups, with many visitors returning time and again to enjoy all that there is to do.