Hotel Cymyran

Llanfair yn Neubwll, Holyhead, Island of Anglesey, North Wales, Wales, LL65 3LD, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Llanfair yn Neubwll, Holyhead, is near South Stack.
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    Travel Blogs from Holyhead

    Mt Snowdon

    A travel blog entry by barbo on Aug 15, 2014

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    With an early start, Gwynne, Eleri, Sian, Elin, Graham and I set off for Mt Snowden....lots of pretty valleys, moorland hills, then stoney ridges and eventually very steep mountains with slate mines scarring the landscape. Mt Snowdon is the tallest mountain in Wales at 1085 metres and was formed over 450 million years ago (originally over 10,000 mts high). We arrived at the little village of Llanberis in the heart of Snowdonia National Park. Here the awe ...

    Mother Nature at her best

    A travel blog entry by sueron on Aug 15, 2014

    2 comments, 2 photos

    Being our last day in Wales, we thought we'd take it easy and have a walking day in the local area, then do laundry. Well, our hostess offered to do the laundry (Bless you, Mary!) and so we took off on our user-friendly little walk. HA!!! 4 hours later, we ended up 13K away, having walked down the Welsh Coastal Path to the town of Criccieth. We started out in bright sun, followed by partly cloudy followed by fully cloudy, followed by rainy and ...

    Goodbye - it's been so nice to know ya!

    A travel blog entry by sueron on Aug 13, 2014

    2 comments, 3 photos

    ... the mid-1600s.
    There are 8 main high tours in Caernarfon, each originally serving a different purpose. We climbed to the tops of 4 today. Great views, great sense of protection, many steps - and it was a LONG way around that castle.
    To get there and back, we did a round trip on one of the 2 main steam train rail lines in Wales: The Welsh Highland Narrow-Gauge Steam Train. It took us through majestic, mountainous ...

    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 ...

    From Conwy to Beaumaris to Caernarfon and Back

    A travel blog entry by joannegg on Aug 11, 2014

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    ... br> From there, we dashed over to the impressive and nearby Caernarfon Castle. We spent as much time driving in circles around the castle trying to find parking as we did inside the castle itself. As always, the views of the castle and surrounding buildings were memorable.

    The final trip of the day took us to the former location of the Welsh village of Capel Celyn, submerged in 1956 to create a water reservoir for the city of ...