Royal Victoria Hotel | Half-board | 5 days | 29/06/2015 Snowdonia is an area of outstanding natural beauty; it offers diverse landscapes, tranquil lakes, fast-flowing rivers, a wealth of forest trails and miles of golden sandy beaches on the Llyn Peninsula. Snowdonia is one of the eleven National Parks of England and Wales. Our tours include the opportunity to explore Snowdonia through its seasons; enjoy a ‘Taste of Wales’. Listen to the sound of a Welsh choir; reach Snowdon’s summit on its unique railway, or pay a visit to the picturesque, Italianate village of Portmeirion. We stay at a 3* hotel, located at the ‘foot of Snowdon’, in the picturesque town of Llanberis. Things to do: Ride to summit of magnificent Mount Snowdon; Learn to say Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch...! Interesting facts: Snowdon is the highest mountain in Wales and the highest peak in the British Isles (excluding the Scottish Highlands). The mountain was used by Edmund Hillary when he was training for his Mount Everest expedition.
The Legacy Royal Victoria Hotel***, Llanberis The Legacy Royal Victoria Hotel is uniquely positioned, close to the centre of Llanberis and surrounded by 30 acres of private gardens and woodland, on the fringe of the Snowdonia National Park. Being cradled between two lakes, (Llyn Padarn and Llyn Peris) as well as the Welsh mountains, its location is quite simply breathtaking. The Legacy Royal Victoria Hotel is adjacent to the world famous Snowdon Mountain Railway, and is within walking distance of Llanberis Lake Railway, the Welsh Slate Museum and Electric Mountain Visitors Centre. The comfortable en-suite bedrooms have satellite television, tea/coffee-making facilities, hairdryer and telephone. The hotel has a lift, along with a restaurant and bar.
Excursion to Llandudno: Llandudno is one of Britain’s great Victorian seaside resorts, combining a mix of fun and entertainment. It's long, crescent-shaped promenade, streets of shopping opportunities, sweeping sands and wealth of attractions, make it a perfect destination for a short break. Whether you are riding the unique, famous tramway or having tea in the lovely tearooms at the Victoria Shopping Centre, you are sure to be delighted by Llandudno’s warmth and charm. Above it all soars the Great Orme that offers spectacular views in all directions... You can also take a tram car to the summit and savour the scenery! Excursion to Caernarfon and Beaumaris: We visit historic Caernarfon. A town that is dominated by its famous castle, ancient walls and its gateways give it a distinctly medieval atmosphere. In the afternoon we cross the Menai Straits onto the Isle of Anglesey, ‘Ynys Mon’, to the locals, calling at Llanfair PG that has been shortened from the 58 letter named place, which is the longest named village in Britain and to Beaumaris, that is fronted by its moated castle.
5 Days Day 1: Join the coach and head for North Wales. Check-in at our hotel, with dinner and an evening at leisure. Days 2 - 4: At leisure in the resort with two included excursions. Meals, as shown on dates, selected Day 5: After breakfast it’s time to board our coach for the return journey home. Arrive back later today.
Hotel: Mobile scooters are now allowed at this hotel Itinerary available on request Prices are per person based on 2 adults sharing; Single room supplements apply: £20 for 5 days. For the latest prices and offers visit us in store, online or call our travel experts.