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Days Out in North Wales

Bodelwyddan Castle Hotel is not only set in beautiful surroundings, but is also ideally located for interesting excursions and visits to local areas of attraction.

Bodelwyddan Castle Hotel Grounds

Bodelwyddan Castle Hotel Grounds

The grounds stand in 200 acres of splendid parkland. It is surrounded by award-winning historic gardens with an aviary, a carp lake and a Victorian walled garden and woodland.

Distance by Car: On Site

National Portrait Gallery

Bodelwyddan Castle National Portrait Gallery

See a significant group of portraits from the National Portrait Gallery's 19th Century collection, including works by George Frederic Watts, John Singer Sargent and Ford Madox Brown. Admission to the gallery is Free.

Distance by Car: On Site

Website: www.bodelwyddan-castle.co.uk

Snowdonia National Park

Bodelwyddan Castle Caernarfon Castle

Stretching from Cardigan Bay's High Water Mark in the West, to the Conwy Valley in the East, Snowdonia National Park is the second largest of the 11 National Parks in England and Wales.

Being the largest National Park in Wales it's not surprising you find lakes, mountains and a wealth of picturesque villages like Betws Y Coed and Beddgelert.

Let Snowdon Mountain Railway take you on a journey of a lifetime to the rooftop of Wales. Snowdon, at 3,560ft dominates the landscape of Snowdonia National Park in North Wales. Claim this mountain peak, the highest in Wales, as a lifetime’s achievement. With stunning scenery and awe-inspiring views it's all part of a great day out for you and your family in North Wales.

Should you wish to enjoy the railway experience, it is advisable to book well in advance of your visit to avoid disappointment.

Distance by car: 1 hour

Website www.snowdoniaguide.com/

Bodnant Gardens

Bodelwyddan Castle Caernarfon Castle

Bodnant Gardens is one of the most beautiful gardens in the UK. It is situated above the River Conwy and spans across some 80 acres. The glorious grounds slope towards the west and look across the valley towards the Snowdonia range. There is a riot of glorious vibrant colours from a large number of camellias, rhodoendrons and azaleas.

Distance by car: 25 minutes

Conwy Castle

Bodelwyddan Castle Conwy Castle

An imposing North Wales fortress and World Heritage Site built between 1283 and 1287. Breathtaking views from the battlements looking out across mountains and sea. Medieval town walls 0.75 miles long and guarded by 22 towers.

Distance by Car: 20 minutes

Caernarfon Castle

Bodelwyddan Castle Caernarfon Castle

Mighty Caernarfon is possibly the most striking medieval monument in Wales. Its sheer scale and commanding presence set it apart from the rest and, to this day, still trumpet in no uncertain terms the intentions of its builder, Edward I. Begun in 1283 as the definitive chapter in his conquest of Wales, Caernarfon was constructed not only as military stronghold but also as a seat of government and royal palace.

Distance by Car: 45 minutes

The Marble Church

Bodelwyddan Castle Caernarfon Castle

Once known as "The Pearl of the Vale", St Margaret's is now known as the Marble Church because of the thirteen different kinds of marble in the interior.

The church contains pillars made of Belgian Red marble, and the nave entrance is made from Anglesey marble. Plus it contains elaborate woodwork and stained glass and is a popular tourist destination.

The Marble Church still offers the traditional services including Holy Communions, Morning Prayer and Evening Prayer.

Distance by car: 3 minutes

Great Orme Country Park

Bodelwyddan Castle Great Orme Country Park

The larger limestone headland on the Creuddyn Peninsula has long been called Great Ormes Head (Welsh name: Pen-y-Gogarth) and Orme is in fact a Viking name one of the meanings of which is 'Serpent' and they are thought to have reminded early sailors of giant sea serpents. Jointly with the Little Orme, in Victorian times, they were often simply called 'The Ormesheads'.

There are 2 great ways to reach the summit, the world famous Great Orme Tramway opened in 1902 and the modern Great Orme Aerial Cable Car.

Distance by Car: 30 minutes

Llandudno

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It’s a seaside classic with style in a great location. ‘Queen of the Welsh Resorts’, Llandudno is the largest seaside resort in Wales and lies on a flat narrow band of sand between the Welsh mainland and the famous Great Orme.

Distance by car: 20 minutes

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"The properties are all stunning. What we like most is the peace and quiet, the tranquility of the place. Nobody’s rushing around. You can go from one thing to another or just sit down and do nothing. And nothing’s ever overcrowded. You can wander around and think where’s everybody gone and then they all turn up for tea."

Carol Stansbridge Bodelwyddan Castle