Gwynedd Activities for couples

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From Manchester: North Wales, Snowdonia, and Chester Tour

1. From Manchester: North Wales, Snowdonia, and Chester Tour

The tour leaves Manchester in the morning and heads straight for the border of Wales. Conwy is the first stop of the day, one of the most picture-perfect harbor towns in the world. Here you can see a castle perched by the sea, the world's smallest house, and lots of cute restaurants serving up the best fish and chips. Venture along the winding, scenic roads of the Snowdonia National Park before arriving in Betws-Y-Coed. This quaint town is known as the gateway to Snowdonia and is famous for its alpine trees and cozy cafes. Chester is your next stop. This is one of England’s most historic towns and there is plenty to do here. It's advised to go straight to the ancient cathedral and learn about its remarkable past.

"Scenic Anglesey & Ancient Relics" - Private/Group Tour

2. "Scenic Anglesey & Ancient Relics" - Private/Group Tour

Departing from Llandudno Train Station and climb aboard a comfortable minibus. We pass by the beautiful village of Conwy nestled next to the estuary, catching a glimpse of this iconic wonder of a castle. Bryn Celli Ddu - Visit this remarkable and mysterious structure on an island rich in prehistoric remains. Boasting an impressive Neolithic chambered tomb with partially restored entrance passage and mound, on the site of a former henge monument that was built to protect and pay respect to the remains of the ancestors. St Cwyfan's Church - Also known as "Church In The Sea". Located on a small tidal island is the beautiful setting of this 12th century medieval church. Barclodiad y Gawres Burial Chamber - The Giantess's Apronful (in english) lies an atmospheric tomb with rare examples of prehistoric art, revealing a suspiring glimpse into the lives of our ancient ancestors. South Stack - Set in a spectacular location. This Lighthouse acts as a waymark for coastal traffic for the island. Spectacular scenery, steep cliffs and geology and an RSPB visitors center. Llanfair PG - The iconic welsh village of Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwyll-llantysiliogogogoch, once being the village with the longest name in the world. The village however still does boast some records, and our visit will help reveal all! We'll even help you to pronounce it! Beaumaris Village - Beaumaris is a captivating seaside town, with its mix of medieval, Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian architecture. Enjoy a walk through the town, stroll along the seafront, taking in the pier and the views over the Menai Strait and Snowdonia then continuing through the charming streets with their picturesque cottages, many painted in soft pastel colors. You can also visit and walk the grounds of the beautiful and unique castle. The 4th and last Castle of King Edwards Ring Of Iron Build. Menai Bridge - We pass under by means of a short stroll, the world famous Menai Suspension Bridge. Designed to carry road traffic between the island of Anglesey and the mainland of Wales. The bridge was the biggest in the world of its time and was completed in 1826 and is a Grade I listed structure. North Wales Coast - Relax and enjoy the coastal scenic drive along North Wales, viewing mountains, coastal regions and long sandy beaches

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What people are saying about Gwynedd

A most enjoyable way to spend 11 hours seeing breathtaking scenery and learning about N Wales, Snowdonia, and Chester. Our good-natured and knowlegeable guide, Clive, regaled us with delightful stories throughout. He had clearly done his research and loved storytelling, even playing bespoke music from the region to illustrate his tales and for an aural sense of the place. Noting our interest in nature, he made an extra stop at a scenic viewpoint for photographs of the Snowdonia valley. He also had excellent recommendations and descriptions of lunch options in Betws-y-Coed. It rained on and off; the sun in between turned it into a day of rainbows. Cognizant of the motorway closure, Clive had his eye on the clock, making small and thoughtful adjustments to the schedule to make sure we got back to Manchester only some minutes past the appointed hour. Highly recommend Rabbies and Clive for this tour of Northern Wales, Snowdonia, and Chester!

An excellent experience, very well structured trip, contains everything that can be attractive in the countryside: beautiful scenery, nice little town, castle, cathedral, gorgeaus medieval city. The guide, James is superb! We had a lovely day with him, we had something from every important attraction of this region. Thank you for the unforgettable experience.

Driver guide shares good history of the route and all destinations. Plenty of time is available to explore the destinations. Read about all destinations before the trip to get best out of your stops at each destination.

This was the best day trip ever. Darren our guide was great. So knowledgeable, positive. The biggest highlight for me was Conwi. The castle was amazing.

The Guide is called James, he is very knowledgeable, a good guide and driver! He made the journey more enjoyable!