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Eight photos to inspire a trip to North Wales

We recently explored North Wales to review Bodysgallen Hall and Spa (#ad) in Llandudno offering views across Snowdonia. With the seaside and mountains just minutes away, we made sure our cameras were at the ready to capture some of the best sites and landmarks...

1. Conwy Castle

Conwy Castle

The grand 13th century castle built under the order of Edward I is one of the finest castles in Wales with many tall towers and a wall that encompasses the whole town.

2. Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch

llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch train station

The longest place name in Europe is one for the bucket list with many tourists heading to the train station to get a photo in-front of the sign.

3. Llandudno

Llandudno sea front

The curved seafront lined with remarkable Victorian buildings earns Llandudno the title of the 'Welsh Riviera'.

4. Bodysgallen Hall & Spa (#ad)

Bodysgallen Hall and Spa

North Wales is home to many National Trust properties and gardens, including Bodysgallen Hall and Spa.

5. The Great Orme Tramway

The Great Orme Tramway

The tram takes you up the stepped rugged mountain next to Llandudno to the Summit Complex where you can enjoy views across Snowdonia and the Irish Sea.

6. The Smallest House in Great Britain

The Smallest House in Great Britain

The smallest house in Britain is located in Conwy, and the last person to live there was a 6ft 3 fisherman!

7. Welsh food

Welsh Lamb

From Welsh cakes and bara brith to lamb and Caerphilly cheese, Wales produces some excellent and unique cuisine...

8. Caernarfon Castle

Caernarfon Castle

Another one of Edward I's commissions, Caernarfon was where the last investiture of the Prince of Wales was held in 1969 for Prince Charles.

#ad = Our experience at Bodysgallen Hall was complimentary, all opinions are our own.

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