A Victorian folly that looks like a medieval fortress. Set in 200 acres of Parkland in rural Denbighshire
Makes a stunning setting for a morning walk….
Bodelwyddan is renowned for its fantastic surroundings, first-class food and fantastic live entertainment every evening.
Day 1: Join our coach as we take a leisurely drive to north Wales. We’ll arrive at Bodelwyddan late afternoon. Time to settle-in, get acquainted with the hotel and grounds and look forward to your first evening of entertainment after dinner.
Day 2: Today we visit the beautiful welsh town of Conwy and then the Victorian seaside town of Llandudno with its classic crescent shaped promenade and the famous Great Orme.
Day 3: Today we visit the ‘royal’ town of Caernarfon. The town is dominated today, as it has been for more than seven centuries, by the great castle, (now a World Heritage site) which remains much as it was when construction was halted in the 13th century. Caernarfon Castle was never fully completed, but it stands as a fabulous landmark, with a compelling museum.
This afternoon we visit charming Betws-y-Coed. This is the principal village of the Snowdonia National Park. Set in a beautiful valley with numerous Craft and outdoor activity shops in the village and the popular Swallow Falls nearby. The main street, Holyhead Road, has numerous tea shops, cosy inns and specialist shops.
At the railway station there’s a Museum with a miniature railway and you might want to see the 14th century church of St Michael's - one of the oldest in Wales and worth viewing.
Day 4: Enjoy a final hearty breakfast to see us on our way home
Price includes: 3 nights D/B/B basis with all coach travel and trips out as shown. Single Supp. £20