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WALES CAERNARFON To find out more visit Wonders of North Wales Explore the captivating coast of North Wales and see stunning Snowdonia via railway during a stay at the historic Celtic Royal Hotel in Caernarfon on this relaxing holiday 4 nights from 459 HALF BOARD l NEW l l l l All breakfasts and dinners Three excursions Complimentary Wi-Fi Porterage in your hotel Cancellation rights Excursions Snowdon Mountain Railway (half day) Ffestiniog Railway, Portmerion and Porthmadog (full day) Puffin Island Cruise (half day) l l l The Celtic Royal Hotel QQQ Once a favoured haunt of Queen Victoria, the Celtic Royal Hotel is a historic hostelry in Caernarfon perfectly located for exploring the stunning scenery and attractions of North Wales. With its oak-panels and ornate ceilings, the 3-star hotel combines the elegance of a hotel built in 1794 and a central position close to the heart of the town, which is UNESCO-listed. The 110 bedrooms have a television, telephone and tea/ coffee-making facilities. The scenic Ffestiniog Welsh Highland Railway The Celtic Royal Hotel Caernarfon Castle Caernarfon enjoys an outstanding location between the rugged peaks of the Snowdonia Mountains and a spectacular spot on the banks of the Menai Strait. Inhabited continuously since Roman times, Caernarfon is a royal town where the investiture of Prince Charles as the Prince of Wales took place in 1969. Majestic Caernarfon Castle overlooks the mouth of the River Seiont while there is a maze of 17th and 18th-century streets within the town walls and the remains of a Roman fortress on the hilltop above to explore. The redeveloped waterside Victoria Dock is home to the Galeri Arts Centre, as well as a range of bars, restaurants and boutiques. Both Snowdonia National Park and the beautiful Isle of Anglesey are just a 15-minute drive away, giving you the chance to enjoy spectacular scenery and the varied landscape which is unlike anywhere else in the UK. The Welsh Highland Railway runs right into the heart of Snowdonia, with the station a short walk from your hotel. "One of the best ways to capture the breath-taking scenery of North Wales is to take two of the most unique and wonderful rail journeys in the world. From the comfort of your carriage, you will be in awe of the magnificence around you." Makala Thomas, Senior Product and Purchasing Executive Snowdonia While its 3,560 foot peak dominates the landscape, there is much more to Snowdonia National Park than Snowdown, the highest mountain in England and Wales. The 800 square miles of breathtaking scenery surrounding it in the national park make it the biggest and highest in Wales, while being protected since 1951 makes it the oldest. It boasts stunning natural scenery including lakes and waterfalls, charming villages and man-made wonders including vintage steam railways. If you thought reaching the summit would be beyond you, think again, the Snowdown Mountain Railway has been taking passengers to the summit station at Llanberis since 1896, when it was launched as an alternative to donkey trekking. There are more than 90 other peaks in the park bur it's not just elevation that Snowdonia can boast, the craggy mountains are fringed by forests and ribbons of rivers, streams and brooks, and home to Wales' highest major waterfall, Pistyll Rhaeadr and largest natural lake, Bala Lake. Such natural beauty also attracts a wealth of incredible wildlife. Prices from: Apr 8, 2019 Jul 15 Sep 23 4 nights 459 559 549 Wonders of North Wales - Celtic Royal Hotel Caernarfon. Holiday code: TB749. All prices are s per person based on two people sharing, including savings as advertised and are subject to availability. Single rooms: (supplement per person, per night); 19, subject to availability. To book see page 53 and call FREE on 0800 414 441 or visit Please quote UG337 29