Talardy Hotel

The Roe, St. Asaph, Denbighshire, North Wales, Wales, LL17 0HY, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from St. Asaph

The most technically perfect, medieval castle.....

A travel blog entry by sueron on Aug 12, 2014

1 comment, 3 photos

... on all.
This castle was begun in 1295, on the order of King Edward I, in reaction to a Welsh rising. Although work initially progressed rapidly, funds were eventually siphoned off tp deal with troubles in Scotland, and the castle was never completed.
The design is actually amazing and relatively foolproof. Walking around and climbing on the unfinished remains gives you great insight into the planning and reasoning behind the ...

A day in the Medieval City of Chester

A travel blog entry by astrix7 on Aug 12, 2014

2 comments, 35 photos

... defensive ring of over 3 kms of city walls that surround what was the medieval city. These walls were started by the Romans around 70 A.D. and over the centuries added to until 1070 when the invading Normans built a Castle which completed the full circuit of the city to what it is today. These walls helped to fortify the city and Castle during sieges in the 13th and 17th centuries, and are an easy and enjoyable way to see the city from on high.
The second thing that ...

St Andrew's, the Lake District and The Beatles

A travel blog entry by jesspratt on Aug 11, 2014

18 photos

... this had on the Beatles. As a huge fan of Elvis' music (early leather jacket Elvis, not jumpsuit Elvis) it was a good little afternoon stroll listening to some great music, which was a nice way to finish up our time in Liverpool. A funky little city with a lot of heart and a hell of a music history. From here, we are hopefully off to Southampton, Until then - have a listen to your favorite Beatles song and put Liverpool on your list of places to visit, Cheerio - Jess and ...

North Wales, 4-7 Aug 2014

A travel blog entry by mcloughlin on Aug 11, 2014

22 photos

... Williams-Ellis, between 1925 and 1975, on his own private peninsula on the coast of Snowdonia. He built it in the style of an Italian village and incorporated fragments of demolished buildings, including works by a number of other architects. A number of the statues etc were donated to Portmerion, including an impressive colonnade which came from Bristol and would otherwise have been demolished. It’s an interesting place but we thought it looked a bit ...

Conwy and Snowden

A travel blog entry by summersabroad on Aug 09, 2014

... of it, arriving well before noon to tour the very large castle built by Edward I. A royal castle, only three kings ever stayed there: Edward I, his son Edward II, and Richard II (great-grandson of Edward II). The signs posted around were well done, though I wish there’d been more of them.

After a walk around the town and happening upon the smallest house in Britain (dimensions: 10 x 5.9ft in floor area and ...

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This hotel, located on The Roe, St. Asaph, is near Bodnant Garden, Smallest House in Britain, Bodelwyddan Castle, and Dyserth Waterfall.
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