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Other North Wales Towns


Bala

Bala is located at the head of Llyn Tegid, its famous lake. It is an ideal location for touring both North and Mid Wales. The town has a range of interesting shops, inns, restaurants and a historical Town Walk.

http://www.bala.org.uk/

Bala Lake
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Beddgelert

Beddgelert

George Borrow calls the valley of Gelert "a wondrous valley - rivalling for grandeur and beauty any vale either in the Alps or Pyrenees". Beddgelert is unrivalled within Snowdonia. Its stone built dwellings, inns and hotels are surrounded by the finest scenery in North Wales, with Snowdon, the highest peak in England and Wales.

http://www.snowdonia.org/

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Betws-y-Coed

Betws-y-Coed is North Wales' most popular inland resort. It is where the River Conwy meets its three tributaries flowing from the west, the Llugwy, the Lledr and the Machno. Much of it was built in Victorian times and it is the principal village of the Snowdonia National Park.

http://www.betws-y-coed.com/

Betws-y-Coed
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Chirk

Chirk

Chirk became a staging post on the London to Holyhead mail road, whilst the Llangollen branch of the Shropshire Union Canal reached Chirk in 1801. The Llangollen canal is perhaps Britain's most popular cruising canal and Chirk Marina is well situated between Thomas Telford's two magnicient aqueducts at Chirk and at Pontcysyllte.

http://www.chirk.com/

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Denbigh

Records of Denbigh date back to the 11th Century where it was described as a small border town. Denbigh (or 'Denbych' in Welsh meaning 'Little fortress') grew steadily throughout the next 200 years to become a royal residence for Welsh Princes and a focal point of Welsh power in North Wales.

http://www.denbigh.com/

Denbigh
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Llanberis

Llanberis

Llanberis in Snowdonia National Park is a major tourist attraction. From the town one can catch a train up the highest mountain in England and Wales or walk along the many routes to the summit over three thousand feet high.

http://www.llanberis.com/

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Llangollen

A small town of some 3000 people Llangollen is seeped in myth and legend. In many ways it is best known for hosting the Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod every July which brings in some 120,000 visitors and turns the town into a vibrant international stage.

http://www.llangollen.com/

Llangollen
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Ruthin

Ruthin

The historical town of Ruthin is situated in North Wales with its origins in the 13th century.

http://www.ruthin.com/

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St Asaph

The city of St Asaph lies between Denbigh and the coastal resort of Rhyl. It is home to the smallest cathedral in Britain and is set on the banks of the River Elwy.

http://www.st-asaph.com/

St Asaph Cathedral
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St Giles Church Wrexham

Wrexham

Wrexham enjoys a very privileged location. Within twenty minutes travel you can lose yourself in the Welsh hills, be fascinated by the Roman remains in Chester or view the rich historical past within Wrexham County Borough.

http://www.wrecsam.com/

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