Manchester weekends away peak with stunning Snowdonia

Valleys, woodlands, lakes, and mountains…these are the images that Snowdonia brings to mind. However, this North Wales gem has far more to entice its many visitors, which is why it remains one of the most popular Manchester weekends away with Mancunians. The stunning surroundings show off the area’s rich history in its slate quarries, castles, churches, Roman forts, and Stone Age burial chambers.

Among Wale’s most beautiful and dramatic valleys is Nant Gwynant. The slopes in the North rise right to the top of the highest mountain, Snowdon. The undisturbed Moel y Dyniewyd hills lie to the south.

The Afon Glaslyn river runs through two majestic lakes, Llyn Gwynant and Llyn Dinas, and below the picturesque village of Beddgelert, it tumbles down to sea-level through the positively . The 200 acre Craflwyn estate is set in the heart of beautiful Snowdonia.

Two lakes, Llyn Dinas and Llyn Gwynan feature two majestic lakes running right through then. Below the scenic Beddgelert village, it reaches sea level through the Alpine Aberglaslyn Pass. The Craflwyn estate, covering 200 acres, is situated right in the heart of Snowdonia.

One of Snowdonia’s most favoured areas is Betws-y-Coed.  Situated in, Conwy Valley, the village is ideal for seeing the sights around central Snowdonia National Park. The town was poularised in the 19th Century when the railway was introduced and a number of English artists began to visit here regularly.

If you would like to explore some of these sights personally on one of the more popular Manchester weekends away, and Betws-y-Coed in particular, we have one place left for the upcoming Snowdonia sightseeing weekend. Click here for full details and to secure that one remaining place.