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Gwynedd is on the north western side of Wales and most of the county lies in the Snowdonia National Park with the spectacular Snowdonia mountain ranges and the Cambrian Coast. Snowdonia has some of Britains finest scenery and most breathtaking views with the highest range of mountains in either England or Wales. Gwynedd has many tourist attractions to offer - narrow-gauge railways, mysterious prehistoric remains, stately homes, castles, woollen mills, heritage centres, country parks, art galleries, museums and craft shops which specialise in everything from Welsh tapestries to items carved from slate. The Snowdon Mountain Railway takes you to the summit of Snowdon from Llanberis, making mountainering slightly more easy.

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Deuglawdd CL

Tel: 01758 760246
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Certificated Location in unspoiled countryside with views facing the south west. 10 minutes walk to seaside village which is almost unchanged in 50 years. There are 2 hotels (pubs), takeaway, grocery, bakery and gift shops. Ample walks to explore the headland of the Llyn Peninsula. Numerous...

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Llechrwd Riverside Camping

Blaenau Ffestiniog
Tel: 01766 590240
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Llechrwd is a small family run scenic site on the river Dwyryd in the beautiful Vale of Ffestiniog within Snowdonia National Park. There are 8 tourer pitches with electric hook-ups for caravans, camper vans & trailer tents and a spacious area for tents for which hook-ups can also be...

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Dinas Farm

Tel: (0)1341 241585
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A country lane brings you to Dinas, a 100-acre hill sheep farm, comprising of a traditional stone farmhouse, and a small secluded caravan and camping site, with its own scenic lake.The farm has been my family home for generations and is situated in the valley of Cwm Bychan, a beautiful and...

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Nr. Harlech
Tel: 01766 770736
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Barcdy is a small, quiet, family park with a 'no dogs' policy offering pitches for touring caravans and tents.It lies in a secluded and sheltered vale, with wooded hills tumbling down to the rear and wide open views across the Dwyryd estuary to the front.Barcdy first welcomed...

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Abererch Sands Holiday Centre

Tel: 01758 612327
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Imagine your own four mile private sandy beach with a sparkling sea warmed by the gulf stream. Safe bathing, water-ski-ing, boating or just splashing around. Coves and sandy beaches abound in this part of the lovely LLEYN PENINSULA. There are over two hundred Private Caravan / Chalet, Touring...

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