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Tourist Information North Wales

Snowdonia Mountains & Coast: The official website for the Snowdonia Mountains & Coast region with everything you need to know about where to stay, what to do and how to get the most out of your holiday to North Wales. www.visitsnowdonia.info

Snowdonia National Park: The official website of the largest National Park in Wales, home to the highest mountain in England and Wales. www.eryri-npa.gov.uk

Short Breaks North Wales: Official site of the Regional Tourism Partnership serving North Wales. www.breaksnorthwales.co.uk

Go North Wales: Official information for tourists and locals designed to help you discover more about the region. www.gonorthwales.co.uk

Wales Tourist Guide: Provides a wide variety of tourist information for visitors to this wonderful country. www.walestouristguide.com

North Wales Tourism: Official regional site for tourist attractions and verified accommodation. www.nwt.co.uk

Where Can We Go: Britain's "What's On" event guide. http://www.wherecanwego.com/

Transportation North Wales

Local Bus Services: Timetables, travel tickets and information on the Snowdon Sherpa Service operating in and around the mountains of Snowdonia. www.gwynedd.gov.uk/publictransport

Traveline Cymru: The public transport information service for Wales.

National Rail: The gateway to Britain’s national rail network. www.nationalrail.co.uk

UK Railways: Comprehensive online railway guide. www.rail.co.uk

Accommodation North Wales

Nant Gwrtheyrn: Offering 24 terraced cottaged guilt in 1860, which have been transformed into modern 4* accommodation accredited by Visit Wales. www.nantgwrtheyrn.org/cottages

Glasfryn Cottages: Seven quality self-catering holiday accommodation near Snowdonia and Abersoch, sleeping between 2 and 14 people. www.glasfryncottages.co.uk

OPGW: Offering a 4* self-catering let that sleeps up to 10 people in a Grade II* Listed Victorian Gothic Mansion overlooking the magnificent mountains of Snowdonia and Cardigan Bay. www.oriel.org.uk/gallery/accommodation

Plas Tan y Bwlch: Offering accommodation for up to 60. When room is available, individual bookings may be made for Dinner, Bed and Breakfast at Plas Tan y Bwlch without participating on any of our courses. www.eryri-npa.gov.uk

Hotel Portmeirion and Castell Deudraeth: One of North Wales’ most iconic hotels, this 4* accommodation sits beautifully on the coast of Snowdonia in the famous Portmeirion village. www.portmeirion-village.com/content

Portmeirion Cottages: Offering 17 self-catering cottages sleeping from 3 to 8 people. www.portmeirion-village.com

Welsh Rarebits: A hand-picked collection of the best places to stay in Wales. www.rarebits.co.uk/home

North Wales Tourist Guides

North Wales Tourist Guiding Association: Quality Tours of the wonders of North Wales by qualified guides. www.northwalestouristguides.com

Wild about wales: Guided walks in the hills and mountains of Snowdonia National Park. www.wild-about-wales.com

Snowdonia Guide: An illustrated guide to the Snowdonia National Park. www.snowdoniaguide.com

Snowdonia Golf Cluster: Six classic golf courses on the spectacular North Wales coast. www.great-golf.co.uk

Mountain Walking and Coastal Info North Wales

Mountain Weather Information Service: Essential information for walkers and climbers. www.mwis.org.uk/sd.php

Aberglaslyn Mountain Rescue Team: Providing search and rescue cover in the North West of Wales. www.aberglaslyn-mrt.org

NCI North Wales: National Coastwatch Institution providing volunteer watchkeepers trained and qualified to keep daylight hours watch over the sea and coastal paths of North Wales to ensure the safety of all those enjoying our coastal facilities.

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