5 edition of Snowdonia, Anglesey and the Lleyn Peninsula (Landranger Guidebook) found in the catalog.
Snowdonia, Anglesey and the Lleyn Peninsula (Landranger Guidebook)
May 1986 by Ordnance Survey .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||128|
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See all 3 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from /5(17). It’s ‘Snowdon’s arm’, a wildly beautiful peninsula that wraps you in a strong embrace. Llŷn’s mix of culture and heritage, traditional farmsteads and little ports, beaches, bays and sea-cliffs is quite unlike anything else you’ll find in Wales – or elsewhere, for that matter.
Little wonder, then, that the coast is a protected ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’. Dog Friendly Beaches. Dogs are welcome to the miles and miles of wonderful sandy beaches to be found on Anglesey and the Lleyn.
There are miles of coastline on Anglesey and miles on the Lleyn Peninsula. They both have some amazing sandy beaches that seem to stretch forever. There are also small rocky coves that are waiting to be explored.
Enjoy Snowdonia in style at this stylish cottage for two in Bala; a beautiful Welsh market town on the shores of the largest natural lake in Wales.
Previously a farm yard, Beudy Llew Coch is one of four, 5 star holiday cottages on site that have been skilfully converted by the owners to provide a beautiful hideaway on the edge of town. Description. This traditional stone cottage is full of character and is located on the beautiful Snowdonia coast in North Wales.
This pet friendly cottage has an enviable location between Barmouth and Harlech, with a village pub, restaurants and shop all within a mile of Talybont. The Llyn, or Lleyn as the English often spell it, is sometimes known as the edge of Wales and if you like walking on the edge you will love the Llyn peninsula with it's wide variety of activities.
It boasts some of the best sailing and surfing in North Wales and its capital Pwllheli has. More Anglesey and Lleyn Peninsula Adventure Inspiration.
Here's a good article from Wanderlust on walking around the Llŷn Peninsula. Read about a trip to Bardsey Island (Ynys Enlli, aka the "Island of 20, Saints") in Robert MacFarlane's excellent book The Wild Places.
This book contains twenty eight carefully selected circular walks in Northern Snowdonia, Anglesey, the Llyn Peninsula, the Clwydian Range and the Vale of Llangollen. Availability - In stock. £ (exc. delivery) Delivery First Item - £ (subsequent items are free) For details see Terms & Conditions.
Snowdonia, Anglesey and the Llyn Peninsula: Walks (Pathfinder Guide) by Brian Conduit; Neil Coates at - ISBN X - ISBN - Crimson Publishing - - /5(7). One of Wales’ best kept secrets and most beautiful and inspiring landscapes. Take a look at our top 5 holiday cottages on the Llŷn Peninsula.
A place where the majestic mountains of Snowdonia meet the wide-open promise of the Irish Sea, the Llŷn is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It’s also one of Britain’s oldest pilgrimage routes.
22 Jan - My favourite part of Wales, unspoilt and still VERY Welsh - Wonderful!. See more ideas about Wales, Places and My favorite part pins. Llyn Peninsula Accommodation. We offer a huge choice of Llyn Peninsula accommodation, including adult-only and dog-friendly accommodation that you can book with the owners or directly online at affordable prices.
The Llyn extends along the North Wales. Twenty-eight of the finest circular walks in North Wales. All are undemanding, easy to moderate routes of between 5 - miles/8 - 13 kilometres, with easy-to-follow walking instructions, and clear and accurate maps. The book is generously illustrated with excellent black-and-white and colour photographs.
Covers walks in Anglesey, the Lleyn Peninsula, Snowdonia, the Conwy Valley, the. Book A Room. The town of Caernarfon is synonymous with its magnificent castle, one of Wales’s main tourist attractions. and historical sites are all on Caernarfon’s doorstep and Caernarfon is perfectly situated for exploring the Lleyn Peninsula, Anglesey and Snowdonia.
The Llyn Peninsula – Wales at its most mystical and magical. The Llyn Peninsula is unmistakably Wales. With Snowdonia guarding its landward edge, The Llyn has the feel of an island, and a beautiful one at that. The Llyn's beaches come in all flavours – small sandy coves or wide surfing expanses, some with dunes, others with cliffs.
Snowdonia National Park borders the Irish Sea, sitting as it does on the furthermost point of west Wales, making this landscape an intoxicating mix of mountains and coastline. Spend your days alternating between the grandeur and stunning scenery of Snowdonia and the beaches of the Lleyn Peninsula, a finger of land which juts out into the Irish Sea.
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Our exclusive collection of 50+ award winning & quality holiday cottages are all visited personally by us, hand picked from top locations across Snowdonia, Llyn Peninsula, Abersoch, Aberdyfi (Aberdovey), Anglesey, Conwy.
Pub on the beach: The Ty Coch, or 'Red House', at Porth Dinllaen, near Nefyn Bangor to Porthmadog miles/ kilometres of often remote coastal walking on the Llyn Peninsula's 'Land's End of Wales' broken down into nine easy days. Day sections Bangor to Caernarfon Caernarfon to Trefor Trevor to Nefyn Nefyn to Porth Colmon Porth Colmon.
Llyn Peninsula Self Catering Cottages - Coastal Cottages. Known by locals as "The Llyn" the area provides perfect opportunities for adventure breaks in the most amazing Llyn Peninsula holiday cottages amidst beautiful scenery and vibrant Welsh culture, this is an experience everyone should get to enjoy.
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Take in the views of Snowdonia and the Lleyn Peninsula from Anglesey Whilst in Snowdonia, learn about the history of the North Wales slate industry and lives of the quarrymen on this trail Visit Snowdonia's mountains through forests and open moorland as well as lake shores with wide open views.
Days away - Snowdonia & Anglesey. The cottage is in a central location and is a great base from which to explore Snowdonia and Anglesey - both within a 30 minutes or so drive.
Take a train ride to the summit of Snowdonia, or for the more energetic walk to the top - 5/5(7). The attractive Victorian resorts along the southern shore of the peninsula are sheltered and provide plenty of scope for sailing, swimming and fishing.
Though born in Manchester, the place where David Lloyd George lived until he was 16 years old –Llanystumdwy – is a popular place to visit. However, the whole region is filled with splendid attractions to see and exciting things to do.5/5. Map - Lleyn Peninsula: £ Map - Dolgellau: £ Outdoor Leisure Series - Ordnance Survey MapsDouble sided maps covering an approx.
area of 30x20 miles. (" to 1ml) Essential walking maps with public rights of way and tourist information. Map 17 - Snowdonia - Snowdon (Eryri) & Conwy Valley: £ Map The Lleyn Peninsula, the arm in the Irish Sea extends some 30 miles west from Snowdonia in North West Wales. An extraordinary landscape of beautiful fishing villages and historic towns, where ancient tracks can still to be found, the landscape enhanced by numerous white-washed farms and 5/5(1).
On average, 3-star hotels in Lleyn Peninsula cost $84 per night, and 4-star hotels in Lleyn Peninsula are $ per night. If you're looking for something really special, 5-star hotels in Lleyn Peninsula cost around $ per night (based on prices).
Book a Llyn (Lleyn) Peninsula cottage holiday and enjoy the unrivalled natural splendour of 'Snowdon's arm', accredited as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty for over fifty years. Whether you gaze inland to the rolling green countryside dotted with whitewashed farms and grazing animals, or out to the calm blue waters of the surrounding seas.
Located just south of the coastal village of Porthmadog on a private peninsula, the hotel offers a spa and wellness centre, an on-site mini market, a bar and a restaurant. The Castell was more like an apartment, fabulous, clean and extremely comfortable.
Voted Best Family Attraction in North Wales, GreenWood is home to the only people powered roller coaster in the world – the Green Dragon Coaster takes five cars’ worth of people on a downhill whirlwind, through the woods and around a hill, and is entirely powered by the combined weight of the riders.
Snowdonia National Park and the Llyn Peninsula. Just north of Porthmadog and Borth y Gest on the edge of the Snowdonia National Park. The busy harbour town of Porthmadog has a good range of local facilities including bank, post office, internet cafe, fuel station, supermarkets, doctors surgeries and veterinary surgery.
Walk the Llyn Coast Path5/5(1). Description of Hendy. Lovely sea views. This simple but welcoming semi-detached holiday cottage stands in a acre working farm and is miles from beautiful Aberdaron Bay with its mile long sandy beach.
The pretty village has two pubs, tea room and boat trips to Bardsey Island. Abersoch and Morfa Nefyn have lovely beaches, good water spo. Historic towns, quaint fishing villages, Iron Age forts and standing stones, these captivating images will delight both tourists to the area and proud locals.
The Lleyn Peninsula, extends some 30 miles west from Snowdonia in North West Wales. Walks on the Lleyn Peninsula contains 16 circular walks which explore some of the finest sectoins of the coast, along with several of lleyn’s shapely hills.
With distances ranging from – miles, all walkers are catered for – from those looking for a casual half-day walk to add colour to a hoilday, to the more ambitious who may perhaps complete two or more routes as an alternative. The Llŷn Peninsula (Welsh: Penrhyn Llŷn or Pen Llŷn, Welsh pronunciation:) extends 30 miles (50 km) into the Irish Sea from north west Wales, south west of the Isle of is part of the historic county of Caernarfonshire, and historic region and local authority area of of the eastern part of the peninsula, around Criccieth, may be regarded as part of Eifionydd rather.
Here at Flagship Holiday Homes we have a wonderful selection of quality self-catering cottages to choose from for your holiday to North Wales.
We start with Llangollen and Mold and the borderlands, a very pretty rural area of rolling hills and river towns. From here we head into the heritage-rich Conwy Valley and onto Betws-y-Coed, the gateway to Snowdonia. Then of course we have properties.
Top 10 beaches on the Lleyn Peninsula. (Going in a clockwise direction from the south east and round to the northern coast.) With nearly miles of coastline, there is an abundance of beautiful beaches around the three sides of the Lleyn (Llŷn) Peninsula.
The Llŷn (Lleyn) Peninsula, in Gwynedd, is found a little south west from the Isle of Anglesey. It stretches out for about 30 miles from North West Wales into the Irish Sea.
It is another of Wales’ Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), meaning it is protected in terms of conservation due to its beautiful, unspoilt coastline.The Llŷn Peninsula earthquake struck the Llŷn Peninsula in Gwynedd, northwest Wales on Thursday 19 July at UTC ( BST).Measuring on the Richter scale, it is the largest onshore earthquake to occur in the UK since instrumental measurements began.
The effects were felt throughout Wales, most of England, and parts of Ireland and Scotland. There were many reports of Magnitude: ML.Southeast Anglesey The Lleyn Peninsula Roadside Geology of Wales ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This book derives much of its impetus from the years of studies of Wales, one of the finestareas illustrating the Palaeozoic era, and we are indebted to all the Geological map of Snowdonia.
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