Buckley Arms Hotel
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Tonight we stayed in an Edwardian Country house that is set on 18 acres. This house burnt down in 1911 and has been rebuilt to its previous stature. The setting of this hotel was amazing and it was easy to feel how the more well to do lived in that time. here are some photos of the grounds and ...
... book well ahead. Disappointments noted, we set off in the car for a car hike to take in Caernarfon Castle, Betws-y-Coed, and perhaps a short walk to Swallow Falls in Snowdonia National Park near Betws-y-Coed.
It was drizzling when we set off and as we saw the water of the Irish Sea in the first part of our journey just out of Conwy we saw the Menai Suspension Bridge which connects the isle of Anglesey to the mainland in ...
... ones who jumped off to operate the locks so we could go through, before jumping back on as we cruised by.
We stopped for lunch at "The Poacher's" a lovely pub in a great setting. There were a few other boats moored there as well.
The only hic cup we had was when we entered the Chirk tunnel on the way back. Rob has his front & back lights on as it is very dark & we were nearly all the way through when another boat from the other ...
... in a very small town. The next day it was a drizzly day. In a break between the rain we went for a walk. We found an old decommissioned nuclear power station. It looked out of place in this beautiful countryside beside a lake.
We continued driving south and stopped at a seaside town of Aberystwth. ...
... at a place called World's End. Here Jo decided not to chance the stepping stones and walked through the water instead. Our route took us through the Llandegla Forest which is clearly mountain bike country. Somebody has had the brilliant idea of separating the bikes from the walkers and there are clearly marked routes for each. What a good idea! The forest was incredibly dense and whilst dark provided ...