Tegfan Bed and Breakfast

4 Church Street, Caernarfon, Gwynedd, North Wales, Wales, LL55 1SW, United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located on 4 Church Street, Caernarfon, is near Caernarfon Castle, GreenWood Forest Park, Castle Square, and Ceri Richards Gallery.
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    Travel Blogs from Caernarfon

    The most technically perfect, medieval castle.....

    A travel blog entry by sueron on Aug 12, 2014

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... spoken everywhere. Young people seem to switch between the languages seamlessly as they chatter. The Welsh written language looks very different from English - and the pronunciations do not beginning to match the spellings using traditional English rules. So far, there has been great tolerances in stores, at the "I", from bus drivers and wait staff, for our poor tries at pronouncing place names and unknown food items.

    We love ...

    Warning

    A travel blog entry by sueron on Aug 11, 2014

    3 comments

    Some days, the public transport system is not all that user=friendly. Luckily, this is the exception, rather than the rule. Today, to move to Wales, we were scheduled to take 3 trains and a bus.
    (We wondered at the bus part, because there IS a train station at Porthmadog. More on that later.) The first train performed well (pat pat). The second train was to get us to our connection with just 6 minutes to spare. It ended up running 18 minutes ...

    Conwy and Snowden

    A travel blog entry by summersabroad on Aug 09, 2014

    Last night was a touch miserable, I'm sorry to say. I was cold, there was a loud rainstorm (as anyone who has slept in a tent knows, the sound magnifies), and Ben simply couldn’t get comfortable. A bit tired in the morning, our early waking meant we got an early start on our drive further North, to Conwy (near Bangor) to see the castle. Though we stopped briefly to view another tower on the way, we largely made a ...

    Heat, More Castles and Anglesey‏

    A travel blog entry by mandyandcharlie on Jul 23, 2014

    3 photos

    ... military stronghold, a seat of government and a royal palace, and the last link in his 'Iron Ring'. It was also the place where Charles was invested as Prince of Wales in 1969.
    After lunch we crossed the Britannia Bridge onto the Isle of Anglesey, and drove around some of its 120+ miles of glorious craggy coastline. The landscape here is a bit flatter than the rugged hills of Snowdonia, and the rolling hills are home ...

    Porthmadog and So Many Dogs!

    A travel blog entry by mandyandcharlie on Jul 22, 2014

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    ... the woodland and along the side of an enormous estuary (the tide was out of course).
    After that we drove to Porthmadog, where we took a fantastic, twisting narrow-gauge railway that runs for 13.5 miles up through some beautiful countryside to a town called Blaenau Ffestiniog - the centre of a slate-mining area. Built in the 1830's to haul the slate down the mountain to the port below, the horse-drawn wagons were ...