Pale Hall

Address: Llandderfel, Gwynedd, North Wales, Wales, LL23 7PS, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located in Llandderfel.
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      Travel Blogs from Llandderfel

      A Welsh Engagement

      A travel blog entry by hbowen on Mar 22, 2015

      73 photos

      ... to Conwy on the Northern coast of Wales. It was a lovely fishing village within a walled town attached to one of the best preserved castles in the U.K. We stayed at another great B&B and had a wonderful time crawling all over Conwy Castle and walking the walls on our first day. We also got tour an ancient merchants house and took a wonderful walk up the coast to the beach! It was definitely not swim suit season! Peter bought some Welsh Scotch (which he says is ...

      Day 17 - Snowdonia

      A travel blog entry by adamis on Feb 17, 2015

      21 photos

      ... there is only about a 10% wastage.

      The guided tour of the 'Deep Mine' takes you down a couple of hundred feet into the caverns made by the quarrying of the slate. Our guide was Val, the fifth generation of her family to not only live in Blaenau Ffestiniog, but to work at Llechwedd! Her grandmother was born in the village on the quarry itself, in a building that is now used by the ziplining people to suit up. It was great to have someone who was so ...

      To Anglesey

      A travel blog entry by shirleynaomi on Sep 06, 2013

      2 comments, 3 photos

      ... where we cross a 17th century Dee Bridge going through Berwyn station in the Dee Gorge, thenon to Glyndyfrdwy where the Baron of Glndyfrdwy proclaimed himself the Prince of Wales in1400, so beginning his 14 year rebellion against English rule. The train ride was fantastic, sitting back in old world charm and listened to the whistle and sounds of this beautiful steam train that was tempting Rod to doze off. We checked times for the Narrow Boat and then decided we would book ...

      It's the right weather for Wales (Whales)

      A travel blog entry by nannakez on Sep 26, 2012

      19 photos

      ... quiet. Little did I know that this is a castle ruin - no roof or windows for that matter so we were still in the elements but I suppose it gave the Castle a little more authenticity. Out came our coats and beloved hats and we had the castle to ourselves, what a wonderful space.
      Our next destination was Plas Mawr - don't even try to pronounce it, it is the fully restored house of a Welsh Merchant and it ...

      Land of Unpronounceable Names

      A travel blog entry by nannakez on Sep 24, 2012

      19 photos

      ... is a farmers market down on the Harbour and the castle and it's walls are begging to be explored.And as they say in Welsh...."Hwyl" (hoo-il) Goodbye!

      What a shame about the weather but lucky you are flexible enough to change your plans. Kerry did I read "The Lakes District will definitely be on my list when I return to the UK." It is always a good sign that you are enjoying the place when you already planning to go back! The people with the dogs normally camp or at ...