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Located in Llandudno, this beachfront hotel is in the historical district and within a 5-minute walk of Llandudno Tourist Information Centre and Llandudno Museum. ...
Situated near the bay, this eco-friendly hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Llandudno Tourist Information Centre, Llandudno Swimming Centre, and Llandudno Museum. ...
Situated in Betws-Y-Coed, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Conwy Valley Railway Museum and Snowdonia National Park Visitor Centre. Betws-Y-Coed Golf ...
As one of the most popular tourist destinations in the UK, North Wales has a wealth of accommodation spread across a whole host of pretty towns and villages that can be used as a base for exploring an area crammed with history, culture and stunning scenery.
The biggest draw in north Wales is Snowdonia, a national park that is home to the highest peaks outside of Scotland. There are numerous picturesque towns and villages among the mountains and valleys where you will find hotels, guesthouses, bed and breakfasts and hostels to suit all tastes and budgets. The wide choice of accommodation continues along the north Wales coast, from Rhyl to Caernarfon.
From farmhouse bed and breakfasts and luxurious coastal hotels to backpacker hostels and self-catering apartments and holiday cottages, you are virtually guaranteed to find exactly what you are looking for. There is an almost endless list to choose from so why not explore all your options and find a great deal with Expedia?
The north Wales coastline offers stunning views and invigorating fresh air that will heighten your senses and leave you with memories that will last forever.
Affordable accommodation abounds in the towns of Caernarfon, best known for being home to, arguably, Wales’ most famous castle, the university city of Bangor and Beaumaris, the prettiest town on the island of Anglesey. Conwy offers a medieval-style alternative, or you could opt for a stay in a resort like Llanfairfechan or Penmaenmawr.
The popular seaside town of Llandudno, with its long, sweeping seafront and gently sloping beach, offers plenty of budget, boutique and luxury hotels, bed and breakfasts and guesthouses to choose from. Colwyn Bay and Rhyl offer lots of alternatives to anyone who loves the sea.
Accommodation is also on offer in Porthmadog, which has some of the finest scenery in the whole of Wales and is home to two of the country’s best scenic railways.
Snowdonia National Park is the main attraction for visitors heading to north Wales. Snowdon is the biggest draw, with 350,000 people making their way up the mountain every year.
When it comes to accommodation, there are several villages and small, charming towns dotted all over Snowdonia where you can find hotels and guesthouses offering a warm Welsh welcome, along with hostels in stunning locations that are ideal for those who want to explore the region on a budget.
Check out the beautiful village of Betws-y-Coed, which has a distinctly Alpine feel about it, or Bala, home to the largest natural lake in Wales and popular with water sports enthusiasts. Both have hotels, guesthouses and hostels to suit all tastes and all pockets. It’s the same story in the busy little market town of Dolgellau and Harlech, renowned for its impressive castle.
Animal lovers are also well catered for in north Wales, with many establishments in the area more than willing to accept guests with four legs as well as two.