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North Wales is steeped in history. In 1210, English King John invaded Gwynedd a county of North Wales, Llywelyn ap Iorwerth, one of the greatest of the medieval Welsh kings was forced to retreat to the mountainous areas to the West. When John found himself embroiled in struggles with his Barons and the Pope, Llywelyn was able to reassert his authority in North Wales.

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» Llandudno Hotels

Llandudno Hotels, Clwyd, Wales

Llandudno is a seaside resort and town on the North Wales coast between Conwy and Colwyn Bay. Llandudno was specifically built as a mid-Victorian era holiday destination and is served by a branch railway line opened in 1858 from Llandudno Junction with stations at Deganwy and Llandudno …

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» Llangollen Hotels

Llangollen Hotels, Clwyd, Wales

Llangollen is a small town in Denbighshire, north-east Wales, situated on the River Dee and on the edge of the Berwyn mountains. Standing high above the town to the north is Castell Dinas Bran, the former stronghold of the Princes of Powys. Beyond the castle is the limestone escarpment known as the Eglwyseg Rocks …

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» Betws-y-coed Hotels

Betws-y-coed Hotels, Conwy, Wales

Betws-y-Coed (Welsh : Prayer house in the wood) is a small town in the Conwy valley in the county borough of Conwy, within the traditional borders of Caernarfonshire, North Wales. It lies in the Snowdonia National Park in a valley near the point where the River Conwy is joined by the River Llugwy and the River Lledr …

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» Conwy Hotels

Conwy Hotels, Clwyd, Wales

Conwy is one of Europe's finest examples of a medieval walled town. Conwy Castle was built by Edward I and, together with the castles and walls of Harlech, Caernarfon and Beaumaris, is a World Heritage Site. To the east is Bodysgallen Hall, with a medieval watchtower used in the defence of Conwy Castle …

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» County Clwyd Hotels & Accommodation

County Clwyd Hotels, Clwyd, Wales

County Clwyd is a preserved county of Wales, situated in the north-east, bordering England with Cheshire to its east, Shropshire to the south-east, and the Welsh counties of Gwynedd to its immediate west and Powys to the south. It additionally shares a maritime border with the metropolitan county of Merseyside along the River Dee. It is named after the River Clwyd, which runs through the region …

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» Gwynedd Hotels & Accommodation

Gwynedd Hotels, Clwyd, Wales

Gwynedd is an area in north-west Wales, named after the old Kingdom of Gwynedd. As a local government area it is the second biggest in terms of geographical area and also one of the most sparsely populated. A large proportion of the population is Welsh-speaking. The name Gwynedd is also used for a preserved county, covering the two local government areas of Gwynedd and the Isle of Anglesey …

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» Abergele Hotels

Abergele Hotels, Conwy, Wales

Abergele is a community and old Roman trading town, situated on the north coast of Wales between the holiday resorts of Colwyn Bay and Rhyl, in Conwy County Borough. Its northern suburb of Pensarn lies on the Irish Sea coast and is known for its beach, where it is claimed by some that a ghost ship has been sighted. Abergele and Pensarn railway station serves both resorts …

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» Caernarfon Hotels

Caernarfon Hotels, Clwyd, Wales

Caernarfon (the original Welsh spelling is now almost always used in preference to the anglicised forms, Caernarvon or Carnarvon) is a royal town in Gwynedd, northwest Wales. The name comes from Welsh Caer yn Arfon - castle in Arfon - referring to the Roman fort named Segontium …

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» Colwyn Bay Hotels

Colwyn Bay Hotels, Clwyd, Wales

Colwyn Bay is a town and seaside resort on the coast of the Irish Sea in North Wales. Attractions in Colwyn Bay include its Victorian Pier and Welsh Mountain Zoo. The town is beautifully situated between the sea and the Pwllycrochan Woods on the towering hillside. …

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» Corwen Hotels

Corwen Hotels, Clwyd, Wales

Corwen is a town in Denbighshire, lying on the River Dee. It is best known as the base of Owain Glyndwr, the fifteenth century Welsh leader. Attractions in Corwen include the motte of a Norman castle, the thirteenth century Church of St Mael and St Sulien and the Capel Rug built in 1637 by William Salisbury…

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» Denbigh Hotels

Denbigh Hotels, Clwyd, Wales

Denbigh is a market town in Denbighshire. Before 1888, it was county town. Denbigh lies 8 miles to the north west of Ruthin and to the south of St Asaph. It is about 13 miles from the seaside resort of Rhyl. The town grew around the glove-making industry. The first Borough Charter was granted to Denbigh in 1290, when the town was still contained within the old town walls…

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» Dolwyddelan Hotels

Dolwyddelan Hotels, Clwyd, Wales

Dolwyddelan is a village on the main A470 road between Blaenau Ffestiniog and Betws-y-Coed. The name of the village translates as Gwyddelan's meadow", referring to the 5th or 6th century Saint Gwyddelan, after whom the parish church is named. The village is particularly noted for Dolwyddelan Castle, the reputed birthplace of Prince Llywelyn the Great …

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» Flint Hotels

Flint Hotels, Clwyd, Wales

Flint is the fourth largest town in Flintshire, North Wales, lying on the estuary of the River Dee. Flint is known for Flint Castle, on which Edward I of England began construction in 1277. In 1969 Flint hosted the National Eisteddfod, the town consequently has its own circle of Gorsedd stones …

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» Llandegla Hotels

Llandegla Hotels, Clwyd, Wales

Llandegla or Llandegla-yn-Iāl is a village and community in the county of Denbighshire in Wales. The village is named after Saint Tecla, the patron saint of the village and parish church: Llandegla-yn-Iāl can be translated as St Tecla's church in [the district of] Yale. Iāl - later the Hundred of Yale - was a district whose name means the fertile hill country …

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» Llanrwst Hotels

Llanrwst Hotels, Clwyd, Wales

Llanrwst is a small town on the A470 road and the River Conwy. It takes its name from the 5th century to 6th century Saint Grwst. The growth of the town in the 13th century was considerably aided by an edict by Edward I of England, who built Conwy Castle, prohibiting any Welshman from trading within 10 miles of that town …

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» Northop Hotels

Northop Hotels, Clwyd, Wales

Northop is a small village seated in Flintshire, North Wales, approximately 12 miles west of the city of Chester, mid-way between Mold and Flint. The village is home to two pubs, a cricket club, and a golf course. At the centre of the village stands the church of St Eurgain and St Peter, towering 98 feet above the village …

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» Old Colwyn Hotels

Old Colwyn Hotels, Clwyd, Wales

Old Colwyn (Welsh Hen Golwyn), is a small town just to the east of Colwyn Bay, in Conwy County Borough, Wales. In Old Colwyn is an area of woodland called the 'Fairy Glen'. This area of woodland is said to contain many different spirits including fairies, hence its name, which dates from the Victorian era and is a common name from that period …

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» Prestatyn Hotels

Prestatyn Hotels, Clwyd, Wales

Prestatyn is a seaside resort in the administrative county of Denbighshire, North Wales, lying on the north coast. The town is located at the northern end of the Offa's Dyke Path, although not on Offa's Dyke itself. It also marks the eastern end of the North Wales Path, a long-distance coastal route to Bangor …

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» Rhuddlan Hotels

Rhuddlan Hotels, Clwyd, Wales

Rhuddlan is a town and community in the county of Denbighshire (previously in Clwyd and before 1974 in the former county of Flintshire), in north Wales. It is situated to the south of the coastal town of Rhyl and overlooks the River Clwyd. Rhuddlan has a longer history than the castle fortress built following Edward I of England's Conquest of Wales …

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» Rhyl Hotels

Rhyl Hotels, Clwyd, Wales

Rhyl is a seaside resort town and community situated on the north east coast of Wales, in the county of Denbighshire, at the mouth of the River Clwyd. To the west is the suburb of Kinmel Bay, with the resort of Towyn further west, Prestatyn to the east and Rhuddlan to the south. Rhyl has long been a popular tourist destination for people all over Wales and North West England …

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» Ruthin Hotels

Ruthin Hotels, Clwyd, Wales

Ruthin is located around a hill in the southern part of the Vale of Clwyd - the older part of the town, the Castle and Saint Peter's Square are located on top of the hill, while many newer parts of the town are on the floodplain of the River Clwyd. Ruthin is one of North Wales's most affluent towns with a quaint and picturesque vicinity …

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» Saint Asaph Hotels

Saint Asaph Hotels, Clwyd, Wales

St Asaph is a town in North Wales on the River Elwy. The town of St Asaph is surrounded by countryside and views of the Vale of Clwyd. It is situated close to a number of busy coastal towns such as Rhyl, Prestatyn, Colwyn Bay and Llandudno. The historic castles of Denbigh and Rhuddlan are also nearby …

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» Wrexham Hotels

Wrexham Hotels, Clwyd, Wales

Wrexham is an industrial town (4th Largest in Wales) and sizeable urban area in north-east Wales, close to the English border with Cheshire. It is the main commercial, educational and cultural centre in North Wales, and often termed 'The capital of North Wales'. There is evidence of prehistoric activity in the Wrexham area …

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The region of North Wales The region of North Wales is steeped in history and was for almost a millennium known as the Kingdom of Gwynedd. The mountainous stronghold of Snowdonia formed the nucleus of that realm and would become the last redoubt of independent Wales - only overcome in 1283. To this day it remains a stronghold of the Welsh language and a centre for Welsh national and cultural identity …


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North Wales is made up of many mountains and valleys, combined with a spectacular coastline where most of the resorts are. Rhyl and Prestatyn are great seaside destinations that offer miles of golden clean sand. Clwydian Range, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is perfect for walks and magnificent scenery …

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