When choosing a base from which to explore this beautiful area, you won’t find a more charming spot than Betws-y-Coed, dubbed the “home of Britain’s first artists’ colony”; it c
The alluring beauty of Snowdonia entices visitors to return year after year. Encapsulated within this northwestern corner of Wales is a diverse landscape of high, rugged mountains, wide expanses of inland water, intriguing coastline and a wealth of attractions to satisfy everyone’s needs. A quick flip through the Attractions of Snowdonia brochure shows you just how much the area has to offer. Also, it doesn’t take you long to realise why the region, which earned national park status in 1951, draws over four million visitors annually.