WHERE TO STAY
At Adventure Tour Snowdonia our guests predominantly stay close to our base at the jewel resort of Llandudno, which happens to be a picture-perfect Victorian seaside destination, said to be the Queen of all the Welsh resorts. The sweeping bay of the North Shore is lined with pastel-coloured hotels and the unmistakable backdrop of The Great Orme’s limestone cliffs. After your days activities you have the evenings to seek a variety of attractions, as well as easy walking routes with fantastic panoramic views across the valley of Conwy.
We have carefully selected some other beautiful resorts, towns and villages that you could choose to stay, all still close enough to the action.
Our other available stopovers are Betwys-y-Coed, which is the gateway to Snowdonia and a magnet for outdoor enthusiasts. The quaint beautiful mountain village is set in alpine forestry where 4 rivers merge, providing a variety of picturesque walks.
Barmouth is located on the west coast of Snowdonia, with a long sandy beach and a picturesque harbor, and bordered by the dramatically beautiful Mawddach estuary – Barmouth is the perfect destination for traditional seaside holidays, walking and outdoor activity breaks, or fresh air getaways at any time of year.
Caernarfon is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The mighty Caernarfon Castle commands the lion’s share of attention, but the town’s narrow streets and stylishly redeveloped waterfront also attracts many visitors. The towns fortress was at the core of the medieval walled town, which to this day its historic flavor continues to grow out of towns boarders.
Conwy boasts an array of boats on the stunning estuary to your left, etched by its commanding castle and the town quayside ahead, and the hills of Snowdonia behind it all. You’ll fall in love with Conwy just by approaching it..
Whether you’re looking for a short adventure trip or somewhere to rest after a long day exploring, we are sure you will find the perfect place to stay in North Wales.