Dolserau Hall Hotel
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- Pets allowed
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... 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 ...
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... as trees reached out over the rapids of the river, across wooden bridges and even passed through a thick fir forest. It was a truly amazing walk that Anne and I enjoyed so much. It was so surreal and so sensory that we had such a great time. Passing Miners Bridge, a wooden ramp over the white water of the river, we came to a new track that was more bogged by the rain. The going became tougher and less scenic. Eventually we reached a small hut and cut up towards the road, ...
... Cheryl also got to the top. It was bitterly cold and for some reason I had decided to wear shorts today - luckily I had also bought my fluffy coat and a scarf. By the time I got back to the information room my hands were ice, I had earache and toothache and I couldn't feel my legs below my knees! A very hot bucket of potato and leek soup and a warm room solved that problem. We then took a drive to Caenarfon and walked around the walled city. Cheryl went into ...
... a VS. After a little traverse we found another route up and continued to the top!
The views were spectacular and we took some time exploring the top and leaping between Adam & Eve rocks - very scary. Not a big gap but you are so high up that it feels like you may fall to doom! Luckily we did not. From here we descended a little to then climb up Bristly Ridge. This was a very hands on ...