Snowdonia Holidays |

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A Snowdonia holiday is unique because nowhere else in the UK can such diversity in landscapes and activities be experienced. Snowdonia National Park is the largest of the three National Parks in Wales covering 823 square miles of diverse landscapes and breathtaking scenery. Within it are the homes of 26,000 people, the highest mountain in England and Wales, the largest lake in Wales and a wealth of picturesque villages, historical ruins and museums. Snowdonia is an area steeped in local history and culture where over half the population speak Welsh. A holiday in the national park is one consisting of variety and adventure to keep visitors returning again and again.

At the centre of it all is the peak that looks out over all of the others; Mount Snowdon. Thousands make their way to the summit every year to enjoy the views and to say they conquered the mountain. There are two ways to reach the summit, either on foot or by taking the train to the station at the top before walking to the stone formation at the highest point.

Walking to the top is not necessarily for everyone, the paths are uneven with stones and gravel and unsuitable for pushchairs and wheelchairs, but the journey is possible for any age and can be completed in a day with time for lunch at the top before heading back down again. The train ride up and down the mountain has stations on route, where passengers can get on and off as need be. From the top, views of the whole park await, along with a café, shop and facilities. A trip to Mount Snowdon is a full day of losing yourself in nature and beautiful scenery.

For those wishing to continue on the activity themed holiday, Snowdonia Park has many sporting centres and water sport activities to participate in. Not just for walking, Snowdonia promotes many other activities, every method of traveling through and over the hills is possible, from quad biking to horse riding to climbing and abseiling.

On the outskirts of the park, along the Western and Northern Welsh coast the beaches and seas call for sunbathers and water sport lovers alike. Sailing, surfing, kayaking and windsurfing are just some of the activities available around the shores. On the West side of Snowdonia Dolphins and Seals regularly spend time in the seas, and whales have been known to pass by, so a trip out on a cruiser or a fishing boat is a popular past time for locals and holiday makers alike.

A Snowdonia National Park holiday is at its best when personalised for a specific type of holiday. For couples looking for a romantic holiday then days can consist of long walks through the valleys to find a perfect picnic spot, before arriving at a small village to enjoy an ice cream on a forgotten beach and strolling along the water’s edge hand in hand.

A family holiday can be made up of encouraging each other up to the top of Mount Snowdon, taking group photographs with the land falling away in the background before using the train for a quick escape to the nearby activity centre for children windsailing lessons whilst the parents have a spa session.

The majority of Snowdonia is pet friendly, so dog friendly holidays are always easy to arrange.

At Stay In Wales we can offer a number of accommodation types to suit every need. Complete your Snowdonia holiday with a quaint self-catering cottage, a fun filled family holiday park, a relaxing B&B or a luxury hotel room. Browse our available accommodation to begin your West wales holiday today.

A holiday in the national park is one consisting of variety and adventure to keep visitors returning again and again.

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