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Snowdon Mountain Railway
"What a splendid way to see the glorious snowdon range! ticket price i found to be very good value, i was'nt expecting 5 star comfort & buffet carriage it was ..." More

The Legacy Royal Victoria
"Good Points: Excellent food,clean well kept. Lovely large bathroom. Bad Points: The standard room we stayed in was very small, pokey and noisy. Felt like I was sleeping in a cupboard. ..." More

The Legacy Royal Victoria
"Good Points: warmth of room Bad Points: lack of communication between staff in different areas

Date visited: 2009-01-13 ..." More

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Lying between two lakes, surrounded by mountains in North Wales and offering some of the best mountain climbing in Wales we are of course in Llanberis – a town which plays host to a wide range of outdoor activities. It is true that Llanberis built its reputation on the superb range of mountain climbing but today it has a growing reputation for mountain biking, paragliding and diving. If you prefer to take your exercise at a more leisurely pace there is Padarn Country Park which is set in around 800 acres of superb countryside offering plenty of great views. Here you will also find Padarn Lake playing host to a wide variety of watersports which include sailing, windsurfing and canoeing and then there is the Llanberis Lake Railway for those who prefer steam travel. If you wish to delve into the history of the region then the National Slate Museum housed in the former Dinorwic Slate Quarry workshops provides and interesting insight into this ancient industry. Llanberis also boasts a castle which can be found almost opposite the Snowdon Mountain Railway Station, Dolbadarn was built around 1235 in the reign of Llewelyn the Great, today the castle is in ruins and the tower is still an inspiring structure. Today the town centre of Llanberis offers a range of traditional shops as well as the more specialist stores for the mountain climber or hiker. It truly is a place of extremes from the top of the mountain cliffs to the bottom of Padarn Lake, one of the deepest in Wales there is plenty for the outdoor enthusiast to do.

Attraction

Llanberis Lake Railway
National Slate Museum
Snowdon Mountain Railway

Doctor

The Surgery

Restaurant

Royal Victoria
The Peak

School

Ysgol Dolbadarn

Self-Catering

Islwyn

Taxi

Taxi Refail

Shops

Saffron
Rowlands Pharmacy

Activities

Boulder Adventures(Water Sports)
Surf-Lines(Water Sports)

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Alpine Lodge Hotel (0.11 miles)

Alpine Lodge Hotel

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This small family run hotel is situated at the quieter, Caernarfon end of the mountain resort of Llanberis and has fantastic views of Lake Padarn and the Snowdonia mountains. We ... More

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Y Gwynedd (0.25 miles)

Y Gwynedd

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Gwynedd Hotel & RestaurantThe friendly retreat at the foot of Snowdon. Situated within the mountain village of Llanberis, just a few yards from the start of the Llanberis path up ... More

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The Legacy Royal Victoria (0.63 miles)

The Legacy Royal Victoria
The Legacy Royal Victoria Hotel is uniquely placed on the edge of the Snowdonia National Park within 30 acres of our very own gardens and woodlands. Being cradled between two lakes Llyn Padarn and Llyn ... More | visit website
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Islwyn (1.03 miles)

Islwyn

Llanberis 3 miles. A superb stone built cottage in a quiet hillside location, just 3 miles from popular Llanberis. Lovingly restored and refurbished by the owner, Islwyn has been finished to a very high standard, ... More

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Ty'n Rhos Country House Hotel (4.44 miles)

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Martin, Jan, their son Phillip, Susy the terrier and the friendly staff extend a warm welcome and invite you to sample the delights of Ty'n Rhos - A special place set in a beautiful location on the ... More | visit website
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Tregarth Homestay (4.92 miles)

Tregarth Homestay
A warm welcome awaits you at our 3 star Tregarth Homestay Bed & Breakfast. - Situated at the entrance to the beautiful Ogwen Valley in the foothills of Snowdonia, North Wales. The elevated setting affords ... More | visit website
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Llety Pant Teg B & B (5.03 miles)

Llety Pant Teg B & B
Welcome to the newly opened completely refurbished Pant Teg Bed and Breakfast. Relax and enjoy our en-suite Hydro-massage Steam Cabins and Jacuzzi bathroom
3 top quality Double / twin rooms with en-suite / private facilities
Private dining area
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Seiont Manor Hotel (5.53 miles)

Seiont Manor Hotel

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Seiont Manor was created from the traditional farmstead of a Georgian manor house with origins as a Neolithic burial ground. Some of the buildings added in the 1800s by a ... More

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Hotel Plas Dinorwic (5.60 miles)

Hotel Plas Dinorwic

The Plas Dinorwic Resort has fine accommodation comprising of bedrooms, suites, cottages & public rooms at affordable prices. A family run business since the mid 90’s, it has an informal and friendly atmosphere. With an ... More | visit website

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Plas Dinas Country House (5.86 miles)

Plas Dinas Country House

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This historic 400-year-old country house is set in 15 acres of beautiful grounds and stunning scenery. It was once the home of Lord Snowdon and Princess Margaret. With log fires, sea and ... More

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