Y Branwen

Located in lower Harlech and just below the ramparts of Harlech Castle, Y Branwen is a fine inn bestowing the best in great accommodation and good food.

Perfect if you're hiking through the fells of Snowdonia, the hotel has lovely clean rooms which wouldn't look out of place in larger hotel chains.
 

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Harlech

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Harlech is a popular town and seaside resort located in Gwynedd North West Wales. Harlech luckily sits in the stunning areas of Tremadog Bay and the Snowdonia National Park and as a result is the ideal place to enjoy an outdoor retreat, with both coastal and country activities to be enjoyed.

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The town itself is best known for Harlech Castle, begun in 1283 the castle was originally built next to the sea, but geological processes have changed the shape of the coastline, and the castle now lies on a cliff face, about half a mile inland.

For a spot of culture visit the Theatre Harlech that is located on the Harlech College campus and stages a selection of plays, music and films throughout the year. Other attractions in Harlech include its gorgeous beach backed with sand dunes, perfect for sunbathing and the Rhinogydd range of mountains lies to the east.

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Harlech Castle, Castle Square, Harlech LL46 2YH (01766) 780552
Built by the English monarch, King Edward I, in the late 13th Century; Harlech Castle commands an awe-inspiring position over the sea and land.
Unlike those who besieged the castle during ‘The Wars of the Roses’ in the mid-15th Century, modern-day visitors are treated to some spectacular views of the sea and Snowdonia.

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Portmeirion Village, Penrhyndeudraeth, Gwynedd LL48 6ET (01766) 770000
Bought by a Welsh architect for £5,000 in 1925, Portmeirion is a unique village set on its own private peninsula close to Snowdonia.

Comprised of 50 buildings set in 70 acres of sub-tropical gardens, Portmeirion was the location for the famous 1960s TV series, ‘The Prisoner’. Visitors today are free to come and go as they please, but the uniqueness of the architecture and the gardens mean that it’s a difficult place to leave.

 

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