Travelodge Caernarfon Hotel
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... stopped at a few overlooks and saw some great views of the mountains and farmland. We also stopped at the Ugly House on the way through the mountain which is a small cottage that is now owned by the park. No one knows when it was built or by whom but it's a traditional tea house now and has a gorgeous garden in the back that you can walk through. In the summer it's filled with birds, honeybees, butterflies (eh) and local wildflowers in the woodland area. Rob and ...
... to declare!
... amazing view over the town. But it was really windy and cold.
The next day we went to a town and it had the smallest house in Britian.
It was really small. Someone actually lived in it, cool.
Then about a 7 min walk to Conwy castle.
It is a castle that is big because it is separated into a kings area and a common area with about 8 watch towers around the wall.
... of them. It was also really windy.
We had a coloring page. You had to find all the squares that had a red dot in it. I guessed it
was a dragon. And I got it right.
That was my favorite thing to do in the castle. And climbing up the windy stairs. Zara and I sprinted ahead of Mum and Dad all the ...
... the name boldly in sight.
A short drive later, we reached the Edwardian castle of Beaumaris - King Edward's largest and last. We toured this castle, which began construction in 1295, before crossing the street and taking in the interesting Old Court House Museum. It was interesting reading about some of the trials and harsh punishments for old and young alike. The tour included a pass to the nearby Beaumaris Jail so we took that in ...