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Bodnant Welsh Food Centre Bodnant Welsh Food Centre

Bodnant Welsh Food Centre

Furnace Farm
LL28 5RP
01492 651 100

Discover the true taste of Wales at Bodnant Welsh Food Centre, in a spectacular setting on the River Conwy with the Carneddau mountains of Snowdonia.

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18 Vale Street
LL16 3BE
01745 816 686

New Cocktail and Wine bar in Denbigh

Denbigh Castle Denbigh Castle

Denbigh Castle

Guildhall Tavern Guildhall Tavern

Guildhall Tavern

Hall Square
LL16 3NU
01745 816 533
Fax 01745 818 733

Extensively refurbished, this historic 16th Century coaching inn has been transformed into a unique hotel and restaurant concept whilst truly recognising the rich heritage of one of Denbighshire's most historic landmarks.

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Llechwedd Slate Caverns

Llechwedd Slate Caverns

Llechwedd Slate Caverns of Blaenau Ffestiniog is part of a living, working slate mine that has been active since 1836.
We have 2 spectacular underground tours to explore the underground world of the Victorian Slate Miner. We take you deep inside the Welsh mountains, but the temperature in the mine is about 54F throughout the year, making the caverns ideal for your family day out come rain or shine.
For more information on the Deep Mine Tour and Miners’ Tramway Tour simply click on the links.
To this day, we still produce the world famous ‘Greaves Portmadoc Slate’™, and you will see live demonstrations of how we make roofing slates today. Interested in our slate products? Contact us at:
Should you have any questions simply give us a call on 01766 830306 or email us.
We are a member of Ten Top Attractions of North Wales and Attractions of Snowdonia making us one of North Wales' top tourist attractions and a great family day out in North Wales..

Secret Garden Secret Garden

Secret Garden

31C Vale Street
LL16 3BE
01745 817 397

Soughton Hall
Soughton Hall Soughton Hall

Soughton Hall

Near Northop
Hall 01352 840 811
Stables 01352 840 577

North Wales, UK based luxury hotel set in exclusive grounds, offering private dining, Christmas breaks and room hire for functions and weddings.

Soughton Hall with our award winning Stables Bar Restaurant is totally unique and very special. The elegance of the exterior hides a boutique hotel with an unpretentious atmosphere and a warm welcome. Here you can enjoy a luxurious over night stay enjoy a gourmet meal celebrate a wedding or special family occasion or host a corporate event in the utmost style. We are located 15 minutes west of Chester along the A55 in the beautiful Welsh countryside.

Take the M56 and then join the M53 to Chester then the A55 following signs to Conwy. Approximately 15 minutes later you take the A5119 turning for Northop Flint turning left at the top of the slip road off the A55 and into Northop Village. Stay on this road going through a set of traffic lights and you will start to go up hill. Soughton Hall is sign posted to the left hand side with a large brown tourist information sign. Take this road then the left hand turn as the road veers right 200 yards later and Soughton Hall is on your left.

The Stables Bar Restaurant

A selection of live entertainment every Friday and last Sunday of every month.

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St Trillos Chapel St Trillos Chapel

St Trillos Chapel

North Wales

The Web Master has Visited this establishment Date Visited July 2015

Rhuddlan Castle Ruddlan Castle

Rhuddlan Castle

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Welsh Webcams Wrexham Town Centre CAM from the BBC

Welsh Webcams

Wrexham Town Centre CAM from the BBC
This is the Queen's Square webcam in Wrexham town centre.
The webcam can either look down Queen's Street in the direction of St Giles Parish Church
or else pointing in the opposite direction towards Wrexham Bus Station.

Prestatyn Live Weather Prestatyn Live Weather

Prestatyn Live Weather

Prestatyn Live Weather

Rhyl & Prestatyn are the major holiday resorts of the North Wales coast in the UK. The towns lie in shadow of the Snowdon mountains and Denbighshire hills & resulting in a climate all of their own! The unique position leads to lower than average rainfall for such a westerly position of the UK, the mountains absorbing moisture before it arrives. Overall, temperatures are favourable, there can be extremes though, local records have peaked at 34'c (93'f) and plummeted to -13'c(9'f) during the last century. Snow is rarely a problem except in the harshest winters and even then the set up has to be exact with cold air arriving from the east from over land areas mixing with moisture from the sea. The area is naturally windy, our bit of the world juts out into the sea so sometimes it's rather like being on board a cruise ship! Occasionally the wind can be in the wrong direction at the wrong time, such as 26-28 February 1990 when a northerly gale combined with unusually high spring tides brought the sea over the defences causing serious flooding along the coast. Towyn was devastated, parts of Rhyl & Prestatyn suffered severe damage too. Thankfully these events are rare and chances of a repeat minimal following vast improvements to defences after the floods. So, with its outstanding beaches, beautiful scenery and a unique climate, the area is a pleasant place for residents & visitors alike

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Live Snowdon Weather Data

Live Snowdon Weather Data

Welcome to a site dedicated to, about and for Holyhead or Caergybi in North Wales.
We looked at the other sites about Holyhead and thought that we all deserve better, so was born.
We want to develop this into a site that will do us, the people of Holyhead, proud and we want your help - click on Contact & About on the main menu and send us a message or visit the forum.

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To What? site. The web home for a friendly, qualified tourist guide, guided tours of North Wales and a resource for Wales and Welsh history researchers.

Llansadwrn (Anglesey) Weather Llansadwrn (Anglesey) Weather

Llansadwrn (Anglesey) Weather

Llansadwrn (Anglesey) Weather More than 130,000 visitors from more than 104 countries have visited this website The latest visitors were from Ethiopia and Mali. A record 671 visited on the 2 March The week beginning 27 February 2005 saw a record 2158 visitors and 3092 page hits.

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Bistro 55

Bistro 55

A55 Express Way
01352 720 246

Springfield Hotel & Health Club Springfield Hotel

Springfield Hotel & Health Club

A55 Expressway
Pentre Halkyn
01352 780503
Fax 01352 780826

Tribute to the Bands

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Coed Llandegla Forest Coed Llandegla Forest

Coed Llandegla Mountain Bike Trails and Walks

Coed Llandegla Forest Visitor Centre
Ruthin Road
LL11 3AA
OS REF SJ 240524
01978 751 656

Coed Llandegla Forest is located on the A525, 7 miles west of Wrexham. From Chester take the A483 south from Chester towards Wrexham then take the A525 west, signed Ruthin. From Ruthin area take the A525 east towards Wrexham. Coed Llandegla Visitor Centre is signed from the road.
Trails, car park and toilets open 7 days a week. Visitor Centre closed Mondays. Summer open 9am - 8pm Winter open 9am - 6pm (8pm Wednesdays). Check website for seasonal variations.

Rhyl Sun Centre

Rhyl Sun Centre

Wrexham Arts Centre
Wrexham Arts Centre

Bryn Awel Hotel Bryn Awel Hotel

Bryn Awel Hotel

Denbigh Road

The hotel is situated in the historic market town of Mold ('Yr Wyddgrug' in Welsh) in the county of Flintshire which is ideally situated for the attractions of North Wales and England.
The Bryn Awel Hotel is close to the city of Chester and is within easy reach of the Snowdonia National Park and the North Wales Coast, and the cities of Liverpool and Manchester are less than an hour away ideal for business and pleasure.
Whether you are planning a business trip, a holiday, a short break or that special occasion, the Bryn Awel Hotel makes the perfect venue.
The town of Mold is only a short walk from the hotel and offers a wide variety of local shops and amenities. There are many local attractions within easy reach with Theatr Clwyd just a short taxi ride away offering regular shows and events all year round.

Hotel Currently Closed

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White Lion Hotel White Lion Hotel, Cerrigydrudion, Corwen, North Wales, LL21 9SW

White Lion Hotel
Currently Closed

Near Corwen
North Wales
LL21 9SW
01490 420 202

Unicorn Travel Unicorn Travel

Unicorn Travel

Wrexham North Wales
Executive Mini Coach Hire
25 Seater Mini Coach
Featuring Reclining Seats and Air Conditioning TV/Video/DVD Hot and Cold Drinks
Available to hire for Business and Corporate Trips, Airport Transfers, Excursions and Short Breaks, Wedding Transport, Day and Nights Out, All types of Private Hire.
Contact Kevin Carroll
Tel/Fax 01978 757 009
Mob 07828 157 598

Bodelwyddan Castle Hotel Bodelwyddan Castle Hotel

Bodelwyddan Castle Hotel

North Wales
LL18 5YA

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Moel Famau
Moel Famau
The popular hill walking destination in North Wales
Cilcain Mold
Moel Famau

Bodelwyddan Castle Hotel

North Wales
LL18 5YA

Bodelwyddan Castle Hotel Bodelwyddan Denbighshire North Wales LL18 5YA

Bodelwyddan Castle Hotel Bodelwyddan Denbighshire North Wales LL18 5YA

The Swan
Beddgelert Bikes
Mountain Bike Hire
Beddgelert Bikes

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