Bryn Elltyd

Address: Tanygrisiau, Blaenau Ffestiniog, Snowdonia National Park, North Wales, Wales, LL41 3TW, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Tanygrisiau, Blaenau Ffestiniog, is near Blaenau Ffestiniog Slate Mines, Llechwedd Slate Caverns, Dolwyddelan Castle, and Plas Brondanw Gardens.
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Travel Blogs from Blaenau Ffestiniog

Going to the NORTH...

A travel blog entry by arne_yveline on Nov 03, 2015

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... s actually the Monk's Bridge. Which makes way more sense, since it's built by monks!
It has a steep staircase going down right next to a waterfall, at the bottom you hop over the little river on a makeshift bridge and up again the other side. We were a little worried at this point if it wouldn't be too much for Alexis, since she already started nagging halfway to the burial chamber. (She actually threw a fit and lay down in ...

Night before

A travel blog entry by kellett on Oct 16, 2015

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Ok, so I have just had my last supper with the family and have now finished packing. Had to swap bags as the original was to small. My bag weighs in at 13kg so I still am allowed another 10kgs in weight! Worried now that I've forgotten something but I don't think I have. Few last minute jobs to do tomorrow that the kids have given then heading for the airport at 15.30hrs. At last it here after all the hard ...

West Wales

A travel blog entry by 2dogs on Oct 08, 2015

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​Next day, down the west coast of Wales to Aberstwyth. We travelled via Penygroes, Porthmadog, Capel Uchaf, Pantglas, Bryncir, Garndolmaen, Pont Dolbenmaen, Cwym Desstraillan, Ysbyty Despairn, Penryhydeuraith, Maentwrog, Llan Ffestiniog, Trawnsfynnydd.
Welsh is the predominant language spoken in North Wales, but the locals ...

The Brecon Beacons

A travel blog entry by clpdelaney on Sep 29, 2015

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... town and stopping at the first pub we found, we ordered soup, tea and cider (for me). It was cheap which is just as well as I am sure the tomato " soup of the day" was straight out of a Campbell's can! We walked for about 1.3 hours along the River Usk Canal. Not a lot of information but we gathered that the canal was originally used to haul coal from the mines. We saw several canal boats which can be rented for multi-day cruising. ...

Anglesey, Wales

A travel blog entry by clpdelaney on Sep 28, 2015

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... was in the high-teens, the views were spectacular so it was worth it. The tour was interesting and informative. The lighthouse was built in the 1850's after many ships sunk off the point. They tried fog horns and even shooting cannons to warn sailors away with limited results. The present light can be seen for 20 miles and the operators are very proud of the operation. From the lighthouse, on a clear day, you can see the Isle of Man, ...