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Two Kings - The sculpture of the Two Kings by Ivor Roberts Jones RA sits beside Harlech Castle in Harlech, North Wales. The story of the two kings is from the Tal Hufenfa'r Castell - Award winning hand crafted artisan ice cream , sorbets and frozen yogurt. Find us on Twtil, the main road to the Castle turning of the High Street. Fr Harlech Castle - Harlech Castle is a World Heritage site, which
reflects it's importance and remarkable state of preservation. It sits
high on a cliff top and as w Harlech Railway Station - Harlech Railway Station sits on the picturesque Cambrian line, which runs from Shrewsbury to North West Wales and separates into two branches, the coa St Tanwgs Church Harlech - St Tanwg's Church, the parish church of Harlech, sits on the hillside in the centre of the village on the west coast of Wales. The church was built in Harlech Swimming Pool - It is business as usual at Harlech pool. Building work has started on the remodelling of Harlech pool, but despite the disruptions, the Pool continues Harlech Theatre - In the shadows of Harlech Castle and backing onto the dunes Theatr Harlech enjoys stunning views of the Snowdonia and Cardigan Bay. The theatre prese Royal St Davids Golf Club - This is the Nationally and Internationally renowned Royal St David's Golf Club the home of one of the finest traditional championship links courses i Harlech to Glaslyn Estuary Walk - This is a fairly easy walk and you should allow 3
hours to complete the walk (Distance 6.25 miles / 10 km).In order to
appreciate the beauty of t Harlech Beach - Facilities close to the beach include toilets, shops, a golf course and a campsite.
The beach access lane is signposted off the A496, just be Y Lasynys Fawr -
Home of the author, Ellis Wynne, remembered largely because of 'Visions
of the Sleeping Bard', a Welsh masterpiece. More than two- thirds of
th Childrens Farm Park - Come and see all your favourite animals on the farm! Floss the donkey and her friends, various pigs, rabbits, calves, ducks, hens, small pigmy goats Llanfair Slate Caverns - The entry to this old but important slate mine is through the main tunnel, under the twin arches of the crypt, and into the lofty cathedral cavern. Harlech Sand Dunes - The beach at Harlech on the Cardigan Bay coastline in West Wales consists of mile after after mile of golden sands and clean seas with a backdrop of s Llandanwg Railway Station - Llandanwg Beach - Llandanwg beach is the beach of Llandanwg village in the Ardudwy area of Gwynedd, Wales. The beach faces the Irish Sea and is located south of Harlec Morfa Harlech National Nature Reserve - Morfa Harlech Nature Reserve stretches from the beach
at Harlech through to Traeth Bach and includes much of the Glaslyn and
Dwyryd estuaries incl Llanbedr Railway Station - Glaslyn Estuary Viewpoint - A view toward Porthmadog, the beach of Borth y Gest, and the hills of Moel-y-Gest, and Y Fedw from the south bank of the Glaslyn and Dwyryd Estuary cl Glaslyn Estuary Viewpoint - A view toward Portmeirion from the south bank of the
Glaslyn and Dwyryd Estuary. The views are spectacular but beware the
incoming tides as they Talsarnau Railway Station - Tremadog Bay - Tremadog Bay is an inlet of Cardigan Bay in the North West of Wales. It sits between the Llyn Peninsula to the north west and the coastline of souther Afon Dwyryd - The Afon Dwyryd rises in the Moelwyn hills to the north of Ffestiniog. The waters form the Tanygrisiau Reservoir. The Afon Goedol flows from the Tanyg Vale of Ffestiniog - The Vale of Ffestiniog is a valley in the Snowdonia National Park in Gwynedd, North West Wales. It stretches from Blaenau Ffestiniog in the north east Portmeirion Village - Clough Williams-Ellis built Portmeirion from 1925 to
1975 on his own private peninsula on the coast of Snowdonia in Wales. He
wanted to show that Ynys Gifftan Island - Ynys Gifftan is an uninhabited small island situated in the River Dwyryd estuary, North West Wales. The island was home to the Roberts farming family Morfa Bychan Beach - The beach at Morfa Bychan is known as Black Rock Sands, a popular wide sandy beach with a rocky headland at the western end of the beach and a backdro Ancient Field Systems and Dry Stone Walls - The boulders were an important part of the culture for the early inhabitants of these lands, as is evidenced by the great numbers of cromlechs, standi Porthmadog Golf Club - Porthmadog and Borth-y-Gest Golf Club, as it was originally called, was opened in the very early 1900's probably being played by 1905. Numerous chang Porthmadog Cob Viewpoint - The view from the Cob at Porthmadog in Gwynedd, West Wales. One of the finest views in the whole of the Wales the vista includes the Vale of the Afon Boston Lodge Halt Railway Station - Boston Lodge Halt Railway Station lies on the Ffestiniog railway line in Gwynedd, North Wales. Boston Lodge Halt Train Station has direct links to Po Tafarn Glanaber - Pub situated in Morfa Bychan, east of Criccieth in North Wales. Black Rock Llama Trekking - Llamas are renowned for their ability as a pack animal and will happily carry your provisions. They are gentle, affectionate and intelligent which tog Black Rock Sands Beach - Black Rock Sands, a popular wide sandy beach with a rocky headland at the western end of the beach and a backdrop of sand dunes that are a site of spe Bron y Foel Isaf Burial Chamber - This is a badly damaged tomb, almost certainly the remains of a portal dolmen. One sidestone, a low backstone and the large slipped capstone survive. Thai Harbwr - Experience the delights of the Orient at the newly opened Thai Harbwr, located at Madoc Yacht Club, Porthmadog. The restaurant is fully licensed and Ffestiniog Railway - The Ffestiniog Railway is the oldest independent railway company in the World - being founded by an Act of Parliament in 1832.
The railway was buil Porthmadog Ffestiniog Railway Station - Porthmadog Ffestiniog Railway Station lies on the Ffestiniog railway line in Gwynedd, North Wales. Porthmadog Ffestiniog Train Station has direct lin Porthmadog Welsh Highland Railway Station - Porthmadog Railway Station sits on the Welsh Highland Railway line in Gwynedd, North Wales. Porthmadog Train Station has direct links to Pont Croesor Y Ganolfan - Located on the wharfside of Porthmadog's picturesque harbour, the Canolfan Gelfyddydau Porthmadog Arts Centre -- better known to its patrons simply as Passage To India Ltd - Morfa Dyffryn Beach - The nudist beach is one mile north from the main
beach and car park. There are no facilities near the beach, but the main
beach has toilets includ Minffordd Ffestiniog Railway Station - Minffordd Railway Station is part of the Ffestiniog railway line in Gwynedd, North Wales. Minffordd Train Station has direct links to Boston Lodge Ha Minffordd Railway Station - Minffordd Railway Station sits on the picturesque Cambrian line, which runs from Shrewsbury to North West Wales and separates into two branches, the c Rob Piercy Gallery - The Rob Piercy Gallery is conveniently located in a converted warehouse, close to the centre of Porthmadog. It is set back from the street in a quiet, Sima Tandoori Indian Restaurant -
Sima Tandoori Indian Restaurant and takeaway. Contemporary Indian restaurant and takeaway based in Porthmadog, North wales. Check our website for The Grapevine Bistro - Bryn Cader Faner Cairn Circle - Bryn Cader Faner is arguably the most beautiful Bronze Age monument in Britain. Around the edge is a ring of tall, thin slabs set at an angle, project Dyffryn Ardudwy Railway Station -
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