Short breaks to North Wales

If you are looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life for a long weekend or short break, then North Wales is a fantastic place to visit. There is plenty to see and do with something for every no matter what your age or taste. From family days out to romantic hideaways, historic attractions to gastronomic delights; North Wales has much to offer anyone looking to escape reality for a short break away.

The sea air and often clear skies make North Wales a lovely place to visit all year round. Renowned for being affordable and friendly, North Wales attracts many people looking for a last minute break and our hotel in Porthmadog is an excellent base from which to explore some of the sights North Wales has to offer.

Exploring the countryside

If you really want to blow away the cobwebs, then exploring the beautiful scenery and countryside in North Wales is an excellent way to do it. Snowdonia National Park is full of trails, walks and paths to be explored and while there you will be treated to some of the most breathtaking views in the UK. Full of wildlife and wonder, a walk around Snowdonia really is like being transported into another world. There are trails to suit all ages and fitness levels, so you can let yourself get lost in nature before returning to your hotel for a well-earned rest and unwind.

The castles of North Wales

If you love a bit of history, then North Wales will be a great place for you to visit. With an abundance of castles to visit and explore, anyone with even a slight interest in the past will find this an awe-inspiring place to visit. Wales has some of the most well-preserved castles and fortifications in all of Europe and there is plenty of history to be discovered at every site. Some of the most well-preserved castles in North Wales include the medieval fortresses at Conwy and Caernarfon as well as Chirk Castle, which has been occupied as a castle and stately home for over 700 years. Bodelwyddan Castle combines many eras of history having been built in 1460 but the ground including practice World War 1 trenches. There are many more castles and ruins waiting to be discovered and explored on your short trip to North Wales.

Food and drink

If you would prefer to spend your time in North Wales relaxing and unwinding, then there are plenty of places in which you can just take some time out to yourself. While simply enjoying your break, why not enjoy some of the fine dining North Wales has to offer. You will find some of the finest and freshest seafood along the coastline as well as plenty of fine dining options serving delicious seasonal and locally sourced produce. Wales is best known for its amazing lamb and crisp and unique seasonal produce.

There’s so much to do in a short break in North Wales, you’re sure to make every break you take a new experience – no matter how many times you visit!