Warner Break - Bodelwyddan Castle

Warner Break - Bodelwyddan Castle

A 5 day break to Bodelwyddan Castle Hotel, situated amidst the stunning scenery of North Wales

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A 5 day break to Bodelwyddan Castle Hotel, situated amidst the stunning scenery of North Wales

Llandudno

With its unique combination of Victorian style and Edwardian elegance, Llandudno is the largest holiday resort in Wales. Dubbed the 'Queen of Welsh Resorts', Llandudno is an exciting place that is both lively and beautiful with two sandy beaches sitting beneath the towering limestone headland of the Great Orme Countryside Park. In addition to being North Wales' premier holiday destination, Llandudno is also a main retail centre. Famous high street stores are all here with a stroll under the pretty Victorian canopies in Mostyn Street revealing Llandudno's tremendous choice.

 

Conwy

Conwy is a walled market town on the north coast of Wales. The town, which faces Deganwy across the River Conwy, formerly lay in Gwynedd and prior to that in Caernarfonshire. The community, which includes Deganwy and Llandudno Junction, had a population of 14,208 at the 2001 census,[1] and is a popular tourist destination. The Welsh language can still be heard in widespread, casual and official usage.

Conwy Castle and the town walls were built, on the instruction of Edward I of England, between 1283 and 1289, as part of his conquest of the principality of Wales. Conwy Suspension Bridge, designed by Thomas Telford to replace the ferry, was completed in 1826 and spans the River Conwy next to the castle. Telford designed the bridge's supporting towers to match the castle's turrets. The bridge is now open to pedestrians only and, together with the toll-keeper's house, is in the care of the National Trust.

The house named in the Guinness Book of Records as The Smallest House in Great Britain, with dimensions of 3.05 metres x 1.8 metres, can be found on the quay. It was in continuous occupation from the 16th century (and was even inhabited by a family at one point) until 1900 when the owner (a 6 ft fisherman – Robert Jones) was forced to move out on the grounds of hygiene. The rooms were too small for him to stand up in fully. The house is still owned by his descendants today, and you can go on a tour around it for a small charge.

 

Llangollen

Renowned for the surrounding hills and the River Dee, Llangollen has something for every visitor. There is a wide range of cafés, bars & restaurants to suit every pocket and a wealth of independent shops to browse and interesting places to visit. Take a stroll along the Victoria Promenade, if you just want to relax, let the train take the strain and ride on the steam railway or experience peace and tranquility, gliding along the canal on a horse-drawn boat along eleven miles of canal from Gledrid to the Horseshoe Falls via the spectacular Pontcysyllte Aqueduct.

Day 1

A morning departure as we head south to Chester for lunch, time at leisure before leaving mid afternoon for the short journey into North Wales and the 3 star Bodelwyddan Castle Hotel. Time to check in and relax before dinner and tonight’s entertainment.

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Day 2

Today we head along the stunning North Wales coast to first visit Conwy with its famous castle before spending the afternoon in the attractive Victorian resort of Llandudno. We return to Bodelwyddan Castle. Dinner and entertainment in the hotel.

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Day 3

Day at leisure to explore some of the 200 acres of Parkland and gardens surrounding the hotel, or perhaps visit the National Portrait Gallery which is on site or take part in one of the many organised activities that Warner hotels are famous for. Dinner and entertainment tonight.

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Day 4

A day at leisure or join us on an excursion south through the Denbighshire hills to Llangollen on the River Dee. We return to Bodelwyddan for a farewell dinner and a final evening of entertainment.

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Day 5

We leave our hosts at the Warner Bodelwyddan Castle and start our journey home, we head through the Mersey Tunnel to Liverpool and some time at leisure to explore the Albert Dock and regenerated waterfront. We leave mid afternoon, arriving home in Cumbria early evening.

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B=Breakfast Included, D=Dinner Included

Bodelwyddan Castle Hotel

This stunning Grade II listed Historic Hotel has walled gardens, sweeping lawns and ivy clad turrets. Soak up the rolling Welsh hillsides, or take in the scenery from the top of nearby Snowdon. Breaks inclusive of breakfast and 3-course dining, live evening entertainment and extensive leisure activities. Facilities include Bar / Lounge, Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room, Restaurant, Room Service,Swimming Pool, Wheelchair access

Below is a list of pick-up points available on this tour.

Below is a list of pick-up points available on this tour.

Name Address Contact Details
Appleby The Sands Appleby
Aspatria Car Park beside Spar Aspatria
Brough Monument Bus Shelter Brough
Carlisle Entrance to Sands Centre Car Park Carlisle
Cockermouth Monument Main Street Cockermouth
Dearham Commercial Corner Dearham
Distington Outside Prospect Works Distington
Egremont Conservative Club Egremont
Flimby Railway Station Flimby
Harrington Galloping Horse bus stop Harrington
Keswick Bell Close Car Park Keswick
Kirkby Stephen Market Square Kirkby Stephen
Maryport Outside Coop Maryport
Penrith Sandgate Bus Station Penrith
Shap Village Hall Shap
Tebay Old Services Car Park Tebay
Thursby Bus Stop Thursby
Waverton Bus Stop Waverton
Whitehaven Old Bus Station Whitehaven
Wigton Old Bus Station Wigton
Workington Lay By opposite Grahams Travel Jane St. Workington
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