Places of Interest
Bodysgallen Hall lies at the heart of so much history; it would take several visits to see it all.
At Blaenau Ffestiniog one can visit relics of the Industrial Revolution at preserved slate quarries and ride on the narrow gauge steam railway that served them. The Victorian resort Llandudno is about a mile away and a drive round the Great Orme provides magnificent views of the North Wales coastline and the Isle of Anglesey.
But for many visitors the best part of being in North Wales is just driving along secluded lanes and narrow mountain roads, and leaving the car to explore footpaths and bridleways to discover some of the most attractive scenery in Europe.