James Braid, the famous Scottish golf course architect, designed the ten courses that make up the North Wales James Braid Golf Trail. Here, we look at Braid’s course at Holyhead. Advertisements
Christmas in Snowdonia is a busy time of year, with all sorts of events organised throughout the region. In addition to the ten we published in November, here’s another ten Snowdonia Christmas events that you won’t want to miss.
With its male voice choirs, harpists, award-winning pop stars and world-famous opera singers, Wales has long been known as the ‘land of song’. We take a look at five of Snowdonia’s most popular music venues.
What is it about Snowdonia that inspires such beautiful arts and crafts? Dramatic landscape, equally dramatic history, abundant natural resources and talented makers all have their part to play.
Beddgelert is rich in stories, some historically accurate and others purely fictional. It’s a beautiful little village of stone-built riverside cottages, and a favourite with visitors and Snowdonia residents alike.
Action-packed Snowdonia isn’t just for outdoor adventurers; it’s a great destination for families, too. Here we look at fun things to do in Snowdonia when you’re travelling with very small children.
Everybody knows Snowdonia’s full of mountains. But did you know that exploring the insides of our mountains is just as much fun as exploring the outsides?
Sitting on the Glaslyn Estuary at the underside of the Llyn Peninsula, Porthmadog is a bustling little harbour town with a rich maritime history and a big personality.
The principal village of the Snowdonia National Park, Betws-y-Coed is known as the ‘Gateway to Snowdonia’. The village sits in a valley where the River Conwy is joined by the Afon Llugwy and Afon Lledr, surrounded by some of Snowdonia‘s most spectacular scenery.
It’s not just the castles that make Snowdonia a must-visit destination for history lovers; there are dozens of historic houses too, offering a fascinating glimpse into the lives of Snowdonia’s inhabitants – from all walks of life – over many centuries.