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All reviews worth the climb the royal victoria hotel worth the short walk car park great views from the top worth a quick visit pleasant walk round tower welsh history steep walk llanberis pass worth the effort llyn padarn sunny day slate museum free entry slate mine
We happened to notice on the car park sign that there was supposed to be a castle just up the hill, and we are so glad we went to explore. The climb is a little challenging for those who are not too fit or mobile...More
Hidden away in woodland this little castle is a gem of a place and excellent for children to explore or to have a picnic around. Have visited it several times over the years and it’s lovely views and ruined state are excellent for children when...More
Been here many times, and never get bored of visiting this castle,
This is a true Welsh castle built by a Welsh Prince and not an English Built one, so is full of so much history,
There is not a lot left of the castle...More
A ruind castle within walking distance of the cheapest carpark in Llanberris, just behind the lake railway. .For a little more excercise, the castle is on the edge of some beautifull woodland, excellent for dog walking.
Pass the Snowdon Mountain Railway on your left, then turn next right. The best car park to visit the castle is down this lane on the left - see my photo of the car park sign. You’ll need £4 in cash for the parking meter....More