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Preparing for Etape Erypi at West Point

One of the undisputedly biggest endurance events in the north of Wales and one which promises to challenge even the most hardened of cyclists, the Etape Eryi for June is a superb event for anyone to attempt when you stay at West Point. With high praise from the coach behind Team GB’s overwhelming success at London 2012, this event held in Caernarfon is one which is already building quite the buzz. It’s so popular in fact that space are limited so as to make things as competitive as possible. No time to waste then if you want to take...

The Isle of Anglesey

Although a short journey away from your coastal holiday homes in Snowdonia, the sheer scope of activities and attractions in Anglesey could be just the perfect thing to lure you away from your cosy accommodation this month. As one of the most beautiful and serene locations throughout North Wales, the Isle of Anglesey offers plenty of opportunities for thrill-seekers as well. Here is just a small collection of what you can expect when you venture to this amazing isle. Beaches Anglesey’s beaches are the cream of the crop with many of them topping the list of the best places to...

Films Showing near West Point Holiday Homes

Hollywood comes to the North Wales coast this January with many award-winning and critically-acclaimed films showing for you and the family. Whatever age you are, there will be a spectacle suited to you at Galeri Caernarfon this month near to your seaside holiday homes Snowdonia. So to beat the dreary wintry weather, curl up at the fantastic and much-revered Galeri with one of these classics showing throughout January. Rush (2013) Arriving to some fanfare, Ron Howard’s Rush has been greeted with plenty of glowing reviews in the cinema sector with particular praise being lavished on the performance of Daniel Bruhl...

New Footpath Cycle Path

A new £450,000 extension to one of the regions longest footpaths has begun.  Gwynedd council has started work on the four mile stretch which will run between the villages of Aberdesach to Groeslon. Once the path is complete it will enable walkers an cyclists to travel through communities including Bangor,  Felinheli, Caernarfon and on to Bryncir or Llanaelhaearn. Councillor Gareth Robers said; “This is an exciting project as it is yet another rlink in th network of community pathways stretching the length and breadth of Gwynedd”. The new path links up Lon Eifion a cycle path which runs from...