The Slate Shed B &B at Graig Wen

Address: Arthog, Arthog, Gwynedd, North Wales, Wales, LL39 1YP, United Kingdom | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on Arthog, Arthog, is near Coed y Brenin forest park and Barmouth Slabs.
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    Travel Blogs from Arthog

    St. Clears, Wales to Blaenau Ffestiniog, Wales

    A travel blog entry by haydo on Jun 05, 2015

    ... are narrow and with high hedges on either side. At Tenby, we strolled around the town which is surrounded by a City wall. We bought some beautiful pasties at the Pembrokeshire Pasty & Pie Co shop, which really hit the spot this morning which was cool and drizzly. We also took in the windy beach. We continued on around the coast until we reached Solva. We paid £1 for parking, looked at the beautiful harbour and walked into the town. There were lots of ...

    The journey starts!

    A travel blog entry by abagworth on Apr 16, 2015

    3 comments, 7 photos

    Our bikes got crated up today and forklifted into a 40 foot container. They will make their way to Southampton and then onto a container ship bound for Miami (we hope!).

    Great to meet some of the guys going on the trip and admire the range of different bikes being used. That's the ************e for now. In six weeks we will all be re-united with our bikes to start our journey up and across America and Canada and back ...

    Spring Is In The Air

    A travel blog entry by gibbslocates on Mar 30, 2015

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... The Harbour Master....it's the place to be seen...if you want to be seen, so you can guess I wanted to be seen somewhere else. The town wasn't very busy and so we headed to the hallowed ground of The Black Lion to visit Sir James Dalton esq. and it was good to see him and the locals again.

    The following morning we awoke to a cold grey drizzle with howling winds. I said to Grant "What are we doing here?" - The weather was that bad it ...

    Day 17 - Snowdonia

    A travel blog entry by adamis on Feb 17, 2015

    21 photos

    ... how dark it is down there. And it is dark. The poor miners only had a candle each to give them light, but as they had to pay for the candles, and didn't get paid all that much, many of them preferred to work in the dark as much as possible.

    There are a lot of caverns in the quarry, but many of them have been flooded. Once the caverns stopped being quarried, the pumps keeping the water out were turned off, and the water just kept rising. It's held at bay by ...

    Drive to Wales for a train ride

    A travel blog entry by ian.case on Jan 03, 2015

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... to look around the associated museum. The Talyllyn railway is a narrow gauge track originally used for hauling slate from the quarry back to the main line. It celebrates it 150 years of existance this year. It was privately owned when the slate operation closed in the 1940's, After the owner died it was operated as a tourist railway by a volunteer preservation society (the first of its kind in the world). The Rev W Awdry was one of the first volunteers and based a number of ...