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Taste of North Wales - 6 Hour Private Tour from Bangor
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Taste of North Wales - 6 Hour Private Tour from Bangor

Enjoy touring without the crowds with your very own exclusive private tour of North Wales.<br><br>If you are here on a time precious visit, then this tour will help you capture the very best of the region. Your tour is operated by a local professional driver guide who lives in the area. (We don't subcontract to outside driver guides).<br><br>During your tour we will introduce you to the unique culture of Wales, it's amazing history and some of the best scenery in the country.<br><br>During the tour we make visits to the medieval walled town of Conwy, visit the town with the longest name in Wales and Britain, Caernarfon Castle for a photo stop, tour through the Snowdonia National Park glacial valleys with lakes and the stunning mountain passes. We also stop off at Swallow Falls (entrance £2 per person) and visit the pretty Welsh village of Betws-y-Coed and the riverside town of Llanwrst.<br><br>We are flexible to provide a custom designed tour based on the duration booked and the agreed pick up locations.
$552.78 per adult
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doc50 wrote a review Aug 2020
Peterborough, United Kingdom342 contributions155 helpful votes
Easy walk straight up hill from beach, or room to park the car. Then walk to see a Neolithic burial chamber (excellent) followed by a C12 ruined chapel, then a Roman time village in the woods behind. Illustrated boards at all the sites. Not busy, and wee worth a visit.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Archaeobuff wrote a review Nov 2019
Sydney, Australia1,669 contributions406 helpful votes
This remote place is on the eastern side of Anglesey which is connected to mainland Wales by a couple of bridges. As usual I was driving down tiny thin lanes and at the first site had to squeeze over into the bushes to park. As a result I came off second best in a battle with a blackberry bush. Then I had to walk through fields with big fat cow pats just waiting to catch my tread. But the rewards were two interesting sites from periods 1000’s of years apart. First up was a group of ancient Briton huts site (rare) from the Roman period - Din Lligwy. I had trouble making sense of it, even with my notes off the internet. It was substantially overgrown with vegetation and trees. Second was a gorgeous little ruined local chapel from the 12th century in a wonderful setting that just was such a touching contrast to the bombast of the big city Cathedrals I have been visiting. A nice touch was the only people I saw were a couple who were walking to all these sites - a father and son. Hen Capel Lligwy (Old Lligwy Chapel) is a bit of a mystery as we do not know to which saint it was dedicated. But its position, on a lonely hillside overlooking Lligwy Bay means that this is an evocative site. It is a small roofless chapel, with a crypt underneath which was added in the 16th century.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Pasmonauta wrote a review Nov 2019
Bognor Regis, United Kingdom282 contributions19 helpful votes
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We spent 2 days exploring this beautiful and magical area and loved everything. The farming settlement at the time of the Roman occupation was incredibly well kept and one could easily imagine life there as it was then. Superb!
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Vonora wrote a review Oct 2019
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The ruins of a chapel of ease, the remains of a village and a burial chamber all within 5 minutes of each other. Signs are informative and it is part of a history tour across various sites ( if you use cadw app) . Lovely views out across the Irish sea. Entrance in in a laybe/passing place so its easy to drive passed. Well worth a visit
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Date of experience: May 2019
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David C wrote a review Sep 2019
Bangor, United Kingdom14 contributions3 helpful votes
We were on our own and it was very atmospheric - 100's of year of history and the people who lived there. Easy walk over the stone steps and up to the gate leading to the settlement. Not suitable for those who find walking/steps difficult. Called in to the small church on the way back. Both have small information boards, although internet research is advised. The ancient burial chamber is just a short walk further up the road towards Moelfre and also has an information board. Parking can be tricky!
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Date of experience: September 2019
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