The Woburn Hill Hotel

Address: 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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    Travel Blogs from Cemaes Bay

    Day 3 Conway Harbour

    A travel blog entry by jfirkins on Oct 15, 2014

    5 comments, 1 photo

    We had a very comfortable night on our pontoon and just finished our breakfast in time to welcome our visitor. Chris arrived just after 10 and we set off to explore Conway harbour. Our first port of call was Conway marina. The wind was quite fresh and with a strong tide and getting alongside their pontoon was a bit tricky. We were looking for water, petrol, gas for the cooker and boat launching ramps. The marina had ...

    Scenes From What Could Be a Movie!

    A travel blog entry by becca_weil on Oct 11, 2014

    11 photos

    ... top we were prepared with gloves and ear warmers! Other than that, it was not too hot, but not too cold either for our hike. Overall, it took us 7 hours and 11 minutes, but we stayed for an hour up on the summit.
    The path, while it may be the easiest of all the options, is not your everyday walking path. There is a steep incline just to get to the base of the mountain from Llanberis. After that hill (or mini mountain, whichever you look at it) it leveled off for a while. We ...

    A Tree-Hugging Surfer Girl!

    A travel blog entry by becca_weil on Oct 07, 2014

    11 photos

    ... a lot of courage to unglue myself from the tree and slowly make my way all the way across. I walked (more like shuffled) all the way across the log, which was about 20 feet across. In order to get back down, you then have to walk back to the middle and step off the log. First, you can do some balances and turns if you want. I did some balances before stepping off. The first time you step off is the hardest because you aren't sure what it is going to feel like, but ...

    One of the Most Intricate Castles Ever.....

    A travel blog entry by becca_weil on Oct 05, 2014

    7 photos

    ... Home, but to me it seems more like a castle. It was owned by the Pennant family, who made their fortune off of the slate quarries that are in the area as well as the Jamaican sugar trade. It has been said that many Welsh people did not and still do not like the family because they were building this massive home that was costing a fortune while the workers of the quarries were barely able to live, and most were starving to ...

    Heights, Oh How I Don't Like You

    A travel blog entry by cindy.althoff on Sep 30, 2014

    3 photos

    ... could do it. I climbed up there after resting a couple of times. I got up there are realized how high it actually was. Before I left the ground the teacher said that if I didn't want to jump I didn't have too, I could just sit down and they would pull me off with the ropes. That is exactly was happened. I don't think I have had a bigger smile than the one I had after realizing I had done it. I was that much closer to conquering my fears.
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