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Discover unmissable adventure, magical scenery and unique experiences.

Do your winter the North Wales way.

 

The toughest thing to do in North Wales is to fit everything in to your trip! There’s so much on offer- whether it’s a family break, adventure getaway or a relaxing retreat you’re after, the North Wales way has it all.

Get wrapped up in adventure, food and drink, history and home-from-home cosiness all in one trip. Explore the mountains of Snowdonia, the Menai Strait and Wales’ largest island, Anglesey. From the Vale of Conwy and the Vale of Clwyd to Llangollen- encountering magical villages and unmissable adventures has never been so easy.

Discover the North Wales Way

 

The North Wales Way takes you across the top of Wales, from the foodie heaven of Mold through Victorian seaside resorts to mighty castles on the coast, via stunning scenery, finishing on the beautiful island of Anglesey. Click on the above link to discover ready-made routes and holiday inspiration.

 

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Talacre Beach, Flintshire

Experiencing Christmas in North East Wales 

 

North East Wales is an all year round destination. The main attraction of our part of North Wales is our accessible landscape which is both stunning and practical for all to enjoy. With the Clwydian Range, Ceiriog Valley, Dee Valley and a stretch of the North Wales Coastal path making North East Wales their home…you’ll be sure to find that epic view and also discover your well-being in North East Wales.

One of the best times of the year to visit North East Wales is at Christmas time as we have a whole host of fantastic local restaurants and pubs for you to enjoy on your next holiday and when our towns are lit up in their Christmas lights you can get into the festive spirit. From the huge town centre of Wrexham to the more local market towns of Mold and Llangollen you can get that warm Welsh welcome wherever you go. With many Christmas events going on around the region be sure to visit as many as you can and bring along your little one as they may get to meet Santa to give him their Christmas list.

It’s easy to work up an appetite as you travel through the towns of North East Wales, but our region is filled to the brim with some stunning restaurants, cafe’s and cosy pubs that will cater to all tastes…you will not go hungry in North East Wales. With many of our restaurants using local produce in their dishes you can be sure to leave our region with a proper taste of Wales and even learn a bit of Welsh for Christmas!

 

Druid Inn, North Wales
Druid Inn, Pontblyddyn