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Summer Evening Jazz Trains near West Point

Roll out those lazy and crazy days of summer at West Point where you make the most of the weather, long summer evening and can indulge in some mellow sounds of Jazz at Tan-y-Bwlch after enjoying the beautiful train journey from Porthmadog. Featuring some of the most talented jazz musicians in the area, including the popular Mr Jazz, these trains will run on August 1st, 8th, 15th and 22nd. The special trains will be leaving Harbour Station, Porthmadog at 19:15 for an evening of music and entertainment in the beautiful surroundings of Tan-y-Bwlch station, located close to West Point...

Visit the 5 Biggest Mountains in Snowdonia

The Snowdonia National Park is famous for its natural beauty, landscape and number of mountain ranges. The towns and villages of Snowdonia are charming, beautiful and friendly, which always leaves visitors very pleased with their trip, which will of course include the experiences of seeing some breathtaking and spectacular views. The Snowdonia National Park covers 2,132 square km, and extends from the high tide line in Cardigan Bay in the west, all the way to the Conwy Valley in the east, the River Dyfi estuary in the south and Conwy Bay coast as far as Conwy in the north....

Enjoy a Walking Weekend in North Wales/ Snowdonia

North Wales and the Snowdonia National Park home some of the most fantastic areas of the world. The spectacular views, scenery and landscapes make the region extremely appealing to those that love the outdoors and beautiful scenery. For these reasons, the region has become a hotspot for those that enjoy outdoor activities such as walking, located close to West Point Beach Resort. For those that like the idea of taking a weekend break away to Snowdonia to enjoy its landscape and scenery, the idea should definitely be turned into a plan. The presence of mount Snowdon in Wales means...

5 Attractions to visit on the Llyn Peninsula at Holiday Home North Wales

The Llyn Peninsula is a beautiful part of the United Kingdom, and can be clearly identified as the ‘crooked finger’ heading out into the sea from Wales on a map. Here lies some of the most scenic and beautiful areas of the country, along with fantastic attractions and activities. Below are 5 ideas for things to see and do whilst staying at a holiday home North Wales. Plas Glyn-y-Weddw This dower house was built in 1856 for Lady Elizabeth Love Jones parry of the Madryn Estate and is now graded as a superb Victorian Gothic mansion, listed as a...

The different towns and villages of the Llŷn Peninsula

Llyn Peninsula is a unique area of North Wales that is known for its natural beauty, strong heritage and culture. On a map, you won’t miss it, as it is easily identified as the ‘crooked finger’ of land that points forcefully into the Irish Sea from Wales. The Llyn Peninsula has a distinct identity as a basic bastion of Celtic history and heritage and stronghold of Welsh culture and language and boasts some exceptional scenery and landscape. The region attracts many visitors each year, thanks to the wonderful selection of towns and villages, which we will here enlighten you...