North Wales is blessed with mountain ranges sweeping from high in the sky to the cool waters of the Irish Sea. Scattered at the foothills of the mountain ranges of Snowdonia are towns and villages harbouring museums, galleries and boutiques. The World Heritage Sites of the Castle and Town Walls of King Edward in Gwynedd and the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct and Canal are unmissable.
Have a browse through our North Wales holiday cottages for a break near the coast and perhaps try some mountain climbing, have family fun beachcombing or a day at the Green Wood Forest Park.
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