Tir y Coed Country House

, Rowen, Snowdonia National Park, Conwy County, North Wales, Wales, LL32 8TP, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on , Rowen, is near Conwy Castle.
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    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

    ... saw us walking down the hill, took pity on us - asked where we were going - knew the couple here well, loaded us into his car and drove us right here. We NEVER would have found it!!!
    The little town is actually quite nice and we are looking forward to our 4 days of activity here.
    We should sleep well tonite. Ha Ha!!
    Oh, yes - the train station: There is work being done on a couple of miles of track - ergo, no train into this town. ...

    North Wales, 4-7 Aug 2014

    A travel blog entry by mcloughlin on Aug 11, 2014

    22 photos

    ... between 1283 and 1289. He built it as a defence against the Welsh who were resisting his invasion. The town walls are over three quarters of a mile long with 22 towers. The castle is a world heritage site and, whilst it’s partly a ruin, enough has survived to make for an interesting visit. Edward’s soldiers must have been very fit and fearless though – there were lots of steep, narrow steps leading up to the battlements – the ...

    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 ...

    Up to Wales

    A travel blog entry by alexandra93 on Jul 25, 2014

    17 photos

    ... time wandering through the house, playing snakes and ladders in the garden and avoiding a large tour group who had arrived shortly after us.

    We then went across the road to the tea shop, ordered a cup of tea and a scone each, and had a very English morning tea. Beth then dropped me at the station again and I made my way back to London. I left Alton with beautiful blue ...