Glyn-y-Coed Hotel

Portmadog Rd, Criccieth, Gwynedd, North Wales, Wales, LL52 OHL, United Kingdom | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Portmadog Rd, Criccieth, is near Welsh Highland Railway, Welsh Highland Railway, Harlech Castle, and Criccieth Castle.
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    Travel Blogs from Criccieth

    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

    ... That, then, knocked the rest of the dominoes down. We ended up having to take 4 total trains and then the LONGEST 20 mile trip on a bus that you can imagine!! Oh, no, the trip's not over! We had received directions from the B&B owners about getting to their place once we were in town. It seemed to involve just a little over 1/2 of walking. We had been sitting for SO long, I convinced Ron we should walk (even tho a taxi was one suggestion ...

    Conwy and Snowden

    A travel blog entry by summersabroad on Aug 09, 2014

    ... 2 inches in height), we thought we’d go to visit Mount Snowden. We were yet undecided about whether we’d walk up the mountain or take the train. By the time we got there, however, I was beginning to fade. Driving on small, winding roads with no shoulder and only about 1.5 lanes is a taxing endeavour even when well rested. When we saw the cost of parking we were further put off and decided to take the ...

    The Beginning of the End

    A travel blog entry by summersabroad on Aug 08, 2014

    ... were a lot of them over a several-hour drive. At last, after a wrong turn or two, we made it to the little one-road town of Cemmaes and headed on up the neighboring hill-side. And up. And up still more. And at last we came to our new home for three days: a sheep farm (i.e. pasture land) on which, set back further up the hill-side and tucked behind a large tree, stood a yurt. A real Mongolian yurt. When I first saw it, having known we’d ...

    To the sea

    A travel blog entry by daily4 on Aug 04, 2014

    1 comment, 17 photos

    ... where the tracks picked up again. totally done with tempting cows to kill me, we waited out the next train and took it in to town. it's not like I cheated..the last section was walking along a busy road with no shoulder.

    the sea was awesome. the dog got ****** as I lost his only stick within 10 minutes of throwing it but forgave me when I got him a bone. they have Crunchie ice cream bars here. ...