North Wales is waiting your discovery and you won’t be disappointed with the destination experience. From magnificent green countryside pastures, meandering streams and rivers, waterfalls, scenic mountain passes, glorious coastline and islands, the region is so rich in historic attractions, culture, legends and myths.
We have over 640 castle sites listed throughout the whole of Wales, but here in North Wales we have the four UNESCO World Heritage Medieval Castles and walled towns of King Edward 1st. We also have world class stunning gardens and the best view of all, riding on a train to the top of Mount Snowdon, the tallest mountain in Wales.
See our stunning scenery with a narrow gauge steam railway journey through the Snowdonia National Park or enjoy the tranquility of cruising aboard a horse drawn canal boat on the UNESCO Llangollen Canal. We also boast some very unusual places to visit as well! How about the Smallest Church, the Smallest Cathedral and the Smallest House in all of Great Britain or The Ugly House and ancient sites as old as the Egyptian pyramids!
We have an amazing rich heritage and history, plus the most amazing and wonderful scenery as you explore North Wales, the Snowdonia National Park and the Isle of Anglesey.
No matter what your choice or interest is, all you have to do is ask and we will aim to help you make the perfect touring day and itinerary.