The Woburn Hill Hotel

High Street, Cemaes Bay, Island of Anglesey, North Wales, Wales, LL67 OHU, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel is located on High Street, Cemaes Bay.
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    More adventure!

    A travel blog entry by joeandsally on Aug 22, 2014

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    ... the car unlocked. We will be gettting kicked out of here soon disrupting the peace!

    First thing this morning it was a phone call to Hertz to ask them to sort the problem. AA was called out and he did a lot of testing on it, who would own an Audi!!! He even spoke to someone in London who suggested that the new Audi's had a fault that when there was a strong wind moving the car it was ...

    Off to school but no blackboard

    A travel blog entry by kjburton on Aug 21, 2014

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    ... was closed in 1969 due to the introduction of Spanish, Chinese and Sth American slate which is much cheaper but of lesser quality. We then headed off to Caernafon Castle. The castle was built in the 13th century. It was attacked in 1294 by Madog ap Llewellyn who breached the walls and set fire to the town and castle. It was attacked again in ...

    Hop , step but no jumping around the castle

    A travel blog entry by kjburton on Aug 20, 2014

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    ... moments from the castle towers showing all of the surrounding country side and river. From the castle we took a walk over the suspension bridges which was built in 1827. In the mid 1950's there was a move to have the bridge dismantled but public interest was such that money was raised and the bridge was saved. Leaving the castle we went down to the river side ...

    How the "other half" live with a touch of class

    A travel blog entry by kjburton on Aug 19, 2014

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... building during his ownership. There were several owners over the time and is now owned by Paul and Victoria Humpherston (since 1997) and has spent 10 years restoring it to a Gothic Victorian hall. The 52 room building is full of eccentric collections from all over the world. Every room in the hall is decorated at Christmas and shown to the public during the period. Our next visit was to Powys Castle. ...

    Mt Snowdon

    A travel blog entry by barbo on Aug 15, 2014

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    ... holidays and TV series (The Prisioner), and even has its own pottery label. From there we travelled south to Harlech, as I wanted to see the castle. After winding through the narrow streets of the village, we could see the medieval castle, built in the 13th century (1283 - 1295) by the English King - Edward1 - as part of his master plan to subdue the Welsh. It is set on a near-vertical cliff face and once had access to the sea. "Men of Harlech", the song ...