Harbour Hotel

Address: Cemaes Bay, Island of Anglesey, North Wales, Wales, LL67 ONN, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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    Travel Blogs from Cemaes Bay

    Llandudno Day 2 Tour

    A travel blog entry by lesandmerryl on Jun 28, 2015

    Threatening to rain this morning as we set off but we had confidence that our luck with weather would hold :). We drove through the walled town of Conwy and saw the castle in it's estuary setting. We plan to visit there tomorrow. Judy drove us through the mountains to the Pontyscyllite Aquaduct. Unfortunately we couldn't see the mountains because of the mist and low-lying cloud,  and when we arrived at the aquaduct it actually rained, albeit lightly, and I ...

    No train trip to Mt Snowdon!

    A travel blog entry by goneosagain on Jun 28, 2015

    2 comments, 9 photos

    ... of Llanberis and (lake) Llyn Padarn. The rain had stopped and the view was lovely of the village and surrounding mountains. Of course Mt Snowdon was still hiding under low cloud. At lunchtime we headed to Penrhyn Castle about half an hour away. Penrhyn Castle is a country house in the form of a Norman castle. It is owned by The National Trust and is the third largest property that it manages. The castle was only used as a country retreat by ...

    Llanberis, North Wales

    A travel blog entry by goneosagain on Jun 27, 2015

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... is the second largest offshore wind farm in the world. The mind boggles when thinking about how they accomplished this feat! The drive to Snowdon National Park is very picturesque as the road hugs the spectacular coast before heading inland to the steep slopes of the mountains. Our hotel is opposite the train station that will take us up Mt. Snowdon tomorrow. On our arrival we were greeted by the whistle of the steam train as it took a load of tourists up the ...

    Llandudno Day 1 Tour

    A travel blog entry by lesandmerryl on Jun 27, 2015

    1 comment

    ... bridge, a double decker bridge.  We headed into Snowdonia National Park to the site of old slate quarries and a lookout point from where we could see the Llanberis valley, the Snowdonia Railway terminal and track up the mountain, and the Electric Mountain hydro-electric power station. The piles of discarded slate are enormous and quite a blight on the landscape. Apparently only 20% of the slate mined ...

    Saddle sore

    A travel blog entry by woggley on Jun 09, 2015

    4 photos

    Long day on the bike, and only got in as it was getting dark, and the scenery was breathtaking, so took the easy option for the night so I could catch up with the blog and book my zip wire.Dave at the beach hut is a really nice and helpful guy and cooks a mean breakfast. Beautiful place in the morning with the sun shining might have to pop back this way for the ferry to Ireland.
    Zip wire booked so off to Bangor ...