Y Gwnnedd Inn & Restaurant

Address: High Street, Llanberis, Snowdonia National Park, North Wales, Wales, LL55 4SU, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on High Street, Llanberis, is near Snowdon Mountain Railway, Mount Snowdon, GreenWood Forest Park, and Electric Mountain.
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      Travel Blogs from Llanberis

      A Wet Walk

      A travel blog entry by jamestug on Dec 09, 2014

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      ... our knowing, had been running parallel to us all the time. Following the road, we rounded a corner and were faced with the Swallow Falls Inn, a pub, with a hygiene rating of 3, the lowest we've seen so far. As we made our way down to Swallow Falls, we were faced with the disastrous discovery of a ticket turnstile, you had to pay 1.50 for entrance. We had no money, our wallets were back in the car. Helpless, we took the road back to Betws-y-Coed, and, whether the rain just started or ...

      Scenes From What Could Be a Movie!

      A travel blog entry by becca_weil on Oct 11, 2014

      11 photos

      ... climbing, but it was not too much of an incline until we reached about the halfway point. After the halfway point cafe is when it really began to have an incline. The lower path was made of large stepping stones which were laid to be a path. The stones then became steps, and then after a large stair section, there was just gravel like rocks the rest of the way up. This was a very very steep incline, and seemed to get even steeper as you get closer to the summit! We kept ...

      Rain and History

      A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver on Jul 15, 2014

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      ... to understand my Welsh history.

      Wales, especially Anglesey just north of us is home to many Iron Age burial mounds and hill forts. The Romans settled here just as in England and chased the Druids north into Anglesey. When the Romans left, Wales along with Cornwall became a place of refuge for the Celts. Left to its own devices it rarely consolidated into a country but was a land of individual often warring ...

      Llanberis - Wales

      A travel blog entry by carole.hunter on May 09, 2014

      9 photos

      ... lounge where we were waited on for our breakfast. We had the same arrangement as on the way over where we had to enter a code to allow us entry and also entry into the toilets in this part of the vessel. We positioned ourselves up the front so we had a good view of whatever there was to see. Arrived at the port of Holyhead, Wales, about 11.45 and immediately headed for Caernarfon to see the castle. It was extremely impressive as some of the town is inside part of the existing ...

      Tryfan and Glyders

      A travel blog entry by samlocke3 on Mar 13, 2014

      16 photos

      ... up! Reaching Glyder Fach, the plateau of which is strewn with big boulders, we were welcomed with another great view.

      Next we continued to Glyder Fawr, before making our descent down. We were now starting to lose light, and this shady side was covered in snow. Hmmm a precarious descent. Using some of Simons mountaineering skills, we managed very carefully to partially abseil across ...