Visit North Wales


Tourists love to visit North Wales, home to the Isle of Anglesy, Snowdonia, the Lleyn Peninsula and the North Wales coast.

North Wales is a great place to visit if you want to get out into the great outdoors. The region has over 100 miles of coastline along the Llyn Peninsula, 840 square miles of stunning National Park in Snowdonia, beautiful beaches and the rolling hills of Clwydian Hills in the Borderlands.

Throughout Wales there is a rich history and North Wales is home to fantastic historical attractions suitable for all the family. At the Corris Mine visitors can explore an old abandoned slate mine and learn about 130 years of mining history. Another great underground attraction is the Llechwedd Slate Caverns. As well as exploring the caverns visitors can take to two wheels and explore the mountain biking trails on offer, plus try out ziplining and giant trampolining. Or if you want to see one of Wales’s many castles head to Bodelwyddan Castle where you can see collections from three national museums and as well explore the extensive grounds.

So if you want to explore Snowdonia or walk along the beautiful coast and beaches then why not stay in a pub during your trip to North Wales? With a range of rooms to suit all guests’ needs, you are sure to find the perfect one for you. Rooms are fitted with all the essential facilities such as flat screen TVs, Freeview and en-suite bathrooms ensuring that guests have a comfortable stay.

With food and drink being an important part of any pub’s business, guests can expect to be served some delicious home cooked food when they stay in a pub in North Wales. Meals are served throughout the day from hearty breakfasts in the morning to traditional pub food in the evening. Some pubs in the region will also provide fresh and tasty packed lunches for their guests.

Unlike hotels or traditional bed and breakfasts, pubs and inns in North Wales are an important part of their communities. Guests can expect a warm and inviting atmosphere as well as entertainment organised throughout the week. Guests can have a go at the weekly quiz, enjoy the wonderful ales at the pub’s beer festival or just chat with locals and travellers alike. Whatever you decide to do you are sure to have an enjoyable and comfortable holiday!

To start planning your perfect getaway to North Wales don’t forget to look our our guide to the North Wales Coast here.

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Pubs in The County