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Llys Llewelyn, Mount Pleasant, Conwy. UK. LL32 8NY
The Albion Real Ale House - 4 local real ale breweries worked together to restore this 1920's style pub and re-opened it not too long ago. A real attraction for the town and our nearest watering hole to the house. Literally only a hundred or so yards away, it has a great atmosphere and popular with locals and visitors alike.
Review - (www.telegraph.co.uk)
Bodnant Gardens - World-famous garden noted for its botanical collections, With expansive lawns and intimate corners, grand ponds and impressive terraces, a steep wooded valley and stream, as well as awe-inspiring plant collections, there are continually changing glorious displays of colour. [Less than 15minutes drive from Conwy]
The 'Caerdroia' Forest Labyrinth - The first of its kind, the Gwydyr Forest Caerdroia was built co-operatively between Theatre Cynefin, Golygfa Gwydyr, and local young people in 2005, and at a mile long is the largest labyrinth of its kind in the world, and the only one in the whole of the UK. Regularly host various events including ever popular and always sold out Sensory Labyrinth Theatre shows at least once a year. (www.gwydyrtours.com)
Celticos Alternative Tours - Offering a wide variety of trips, tours and access to workshops and alternative experiences, Celticos are really breaking the mould in what people traditionally think of as a 'Holiday Experience'. And for those of you who may have seen a great deal of what is to offer in the regular tourist experience, North Wales has always got a lot more going on. Take a look and see (www.celticos.com)
Port Meirion - The strange juxtaposition of styles and buildings of Portmeirion was the dream of architect Sir Clough Williams-Ellis. He designed the resort to engage the visitor with interesting views wherever they should stop. More than a folly or private monument, Portmeirion was intended to demonstrate how a naturally beautiful site could be developed sympathetically. (www.portmeirion-village.com)
The 'Cilydd' Loose Leaf Tea Trail - a group of like minded hospitality providers who all believe in offering their customers something rather special – the very best. All the Members are completely Independent, each with their own unique style. One of the aims and objectives of Cilydd is to continue to work as partners with Tea growing communites abroad. Based in nearby Betws y Coed (www.cilydd.co.uk)
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