Elen's Castle Hotel and Restaurant

Address: Dolwyddelan, Dolwyddelan, Snowdonia National Park, Conwy County, North Wales, Wales, LL25 0EJ, United Kingdom | Inn
 
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This inn, located on Dolwyddelan, Dolwyddelan, is near Swallow Falls, Llechwedd Slate Caverns, Tree Top Adventure, and Dolwyddelan Castle.
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      Travel Blogs from Dolwyddelan

      A Welsh Engagement

      A travel blog entry by hbowen on Mar 22, 2015

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      ... to Conwy on the Northern coast of Wales. It was a lovely fishing village within a walled town attached to one of the best preserved castles in the U.K. We stayed at another great B&B and had a wonderful time crawling all over Conwy Castle and walking the walls on our first day. We also got tour an ancient merchants house and took a wonderful walk up the coast to the beach! It was definitely not swim suit season! Peter bought some Welsh Scotch (which he says is ...

      Bangor Pier

      A travel blog entry by quinns_travels on Mar 06, 2015

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      It will take the breath out of you. Battling your way down
      the somewhat fraying wooden planks into the center of the straits during a
      notorious Welsh storm is the best way to see the pier. Bangor pier is a beacon
      in this city. It’s full of tradition, small welsh business that give you goods
      as unique as the people who sell them. On a rare summer day one can ...

      Best of Both Worlds

      A travel blog entry by quinns_travels on Feb 20, 2015

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      Travelling is all about curiosity in my opinion. We want to see and do as many things as possible because its new and exciting. Students especially, we spend years in school desperate to get away from home, as far away as possible.

      I was no exception. I moved from a small Irish town to Wales to go to university. A first Bangor was amazing. So many new people, new experiences, new sites. But I underestimated the ...

      Day 17 - Snowdonia

      A travel blog entry by adamis on Feb 17, 2015

      21 photos

      ... of the largest underground caverns, a mountain biking centre and a group of ziplines through the quarry, but I was there for the underground tour of the old mines.

      The Llechwedd quarry opened in 1846 and is still an active quarry today. The mountains surrounding the quarry are largely made up of unused slate - during the Victorian era they had about a 90% wastage from the mining. (I.e. for every 200 tons of slate mined, only 20 was actually usable.) With ...

      Day 16 - Exploring Llandudno

      A travel blog entry by adamis on Feb 16, 2015

      13 photos

      ... from Tuesday to Saturday, so I missed out on that as well. Instead, I had the unenviable job of having to do some laundry, a necessary evil when travelling unfortunately. Still, it was nice and warm in the launderette, and I had a nice chat with the staff while I waited.

      After that I headed back to the room for a bit to sort some stuff out and do some research for the next part of the trip, and then headed ...