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LATEST NEWS APRIL 2015
LLANRWST has some of the CHEAPEST BEER IN THE U.K. !! Carling £2.20 Carlsberg £2.25 Guinness and Kroneberg £2.85 Quality Bitter £2.10 (APRIL 2015)
The INDIAN RESTUARANT has been voted the BEST in WALES !! MARCH 2015
SURF'S UP - National Surf Center (3 miles) is due to open June/July 2015
LLANDUDNO (15 miles) Is voted best SeaSide town by TRIP ADVISOR March 2015
ZIP - WIRE - Highest and fastest in Northern Hemisphere NEW SPEED RECORD of 110 mph just set .
GO - UNDERGROUND TRAMPOLINE - Has had over 100.000 visitors this year so far, must be fun !!
SHORT TERM WINTER LET - £995.00 Month "All In" Price for up ...Read more
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Exec House,WiFi,Superb View,Walk intoTown,Sleeps 7 Llanrwst, North Wales, Wales
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An easy walk takes you into historic Llanrwst, with full sports facilities at the new Sports Center and Swimming Pool. A selection of resturants (Welsh, Indian, Thai, Hotel) are available, also Fish and Chip, Greek, Chinese, Indian, Pizza take aways, and a good selection of Cafe's. There are numerous pubs with local brewed ale one is 6.9 you have been warned (some take dogs as none sell food, all real pubs) a British Legion club, and weekend Nightclub. "Llewellyns" Cafe/Bistro/Bar due to open end of March 2013
BEER as of 20th March 2013 Bitter is £2.35 pint Larger £2.35 pint in the town (£3.80 in Betws y Coed) !
CURRY FANS - PLEASE NOTE - www.asha-balti-house.co.uk This is the best "Indian" I have ever been to ! - 2013 Best in Nth Wales, 6th in Wales (out of 30,000) British Curry Awards, - 2011 Shortlisted Best in Wales, British Curry Awards. - 2010 "Spice Times" Best Regional Restaurant. - 2008 Nth Wales Best Welsh Curry House. Some Take-Away menus on the table.
Wednesday Night Special 3 course £12.95, Thursday Night Special 4 course £14.95.
A large Co-OP Supermarket and a Spa shop are in the town along with most other shops including a health food shop, a highly specialised deli, and wine shop, giftshop, two Banks, A.T.M.'s Post Office and Libary all you would need ? Parking in the town is good.
There is a good Garage (Central Garage) in case of car problems (let me book it in) and a real Bike Repair Shop with a full range of accessories.
Enjoy a riverside walk, the view from Indigo Jones famous bridge, tea in a local cafe or a pint of real ale, explore nearby Gwydir Castle, the ancient alms houses, St Grwsts church. and there is a large park with two childrens play area's, you can also walk / exercise your dog in the area with the Druids Stones and SWIM in the RIVER, go about 200 yds upriver from the park and you will find a stone beach.
EVENTS in Nth Wales. - See this BRILLIANT WEBSITE - www.eventsnorthwales.co.uk
Some Things To Do --
Walkers / Cyclists / Runners, there are mile after mile of well signposted paths, cycle tracts in Gwydir Forest (0.5 miles from the town). Plus footpaths everywhere.
Snowdon - (15 miles) The ultimate walk, take your car to the car park and follow one of three paths. NO flip flops, tee shirts ect, good stout shoes or boots (trainers if you must) take a pack lunch and a drink. It may be sunny at the bottom but allow for cold mist and a rapid drop in temprature. Best not to take the "Ridge Path" this it the one most are killed on !
Petrol Heads - (driving enthusiasts) There are 4 x 4 driving days out (bring your own 4 x 4) go on get you "Asda" off roader muddy or I can take you in my seven seat Shogun. On / Off road buggies (more off than on !) a road legal space frame machine with rear engine, no bodywork, carries two, wet, muddy, cold and numb, in complete discomfort, always with flies on their teeth, and sometimes they even go in a straight line ! What more can anyone want.There is also Quad Bike Riding, Go Kart Track, and Race Track on Anglessey as used by Top Gear and Fith Gear.
Steam Railway Enthusiasts - The famous Blaenu Ffestinog railway, the West Highland railway at Porthmadog, Full size Loco's at Llangollen,a minature railway at Betws - y - Coed, and last but not least the cog railway to the top of Snowdon.
Gardeners - There is the famous National Trust Bodnant Gardens only eight miles away, plus many other N.T. properties in the area. Gwydir Castle Llanrwst has a small laid out garden, and there are tools and a lawnmower in the garage if you have withdrawal symtoms.
Some Local Places To Visit
Betws - Y - Coed (4 miles) is a fine destination a picturesque village with
riverside setting, ancient bridge, wonderfull views but with a full range of Great clothing shops, Hotels, Resturants ect, and a minature railway the children will love it.
Llandudno (15 miles) "Queen of the Welsh Resorts" has everything you need for a full and comprehensive day out ! Too much to list but here are a few. - All high street shops, designer shopping, banks, beaches, tramway / ski lift, good pubs, cafe's, resturants, chip shops ( go to the one next to the NationWide Building Society, sit down resturant), last but not least The Great Orm copper mine, plus much more.
Conwy (13 miles) - Walled Town, riverside walk, good town to walk around (Walk the walls) and the Famous Conwy Castle.
Blaenau Ffestiniog (12 miles) Mecca for Steam Railway Enthusiasts. The famous railway runs from here to Porthmadog which now connects with the West Highland Steam Railway a great day out, get the main line train from Llanrwst for a wonderfull scenic journey. Blaenau is famous for one other thing - Slate. Have a "eye opener" of a day at the slate mine and see how things were done before "health and safety".
Portmerion (20 miles) "The Prisoner" T.V. Series staring Patrick Mc Goohan was filmed here it is not a film stage, it is a real village. A "must see" day out.
Beddgelert (15 miles) A wonderfull Snowdonia Village where two rivers meet, see if you can find Gelerts grave good place for tea / lunch a bit busy in high season but worth it.
Shell Island (35 miles) If you like mile after mile of goldern beach it is worth the 1 hour journey, dog owners will love it. It is a camping site so the is a small charge for a daily visit, but see the size of the sand dunes !
Pub, shop, resturant, toilets on site.
This is only a small sample ! There are many many more places to visit locally, and thing to do. Have a look on the internet and any questions on places or things to do, please ask. - Len.
More About This Location
Beach or lakeside relaxation, Lake nearby, Mountain nearby, Rural retreats, Waterfront
Nearest ferry port: Holyhead, 34.98 miles
Nearest train station: Llanrwst, 0.5 miles
Nearest airport: Manchester / Liverpool, 75 miles
Car is not necessary