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Gwynedd - Bangor

Bangor is a city in Gwynedd unitary authority, north west Wales, and one of the smallest cities in Britain. Historically part of Caernarfonshire, it is a university city with a population of 13,725 at the2001 census, not including around 10,000 students at Bangor University. It is one of only six places classed as a city in Wales, although it is only the 36th largest urban area by population. According to the 2001 census, 46.6% of the non-student resident population speak Welsh, which is low for Gwynedd but despite this, the language keeps a high profile in town.

The origins of the city date back to the founding of a monastic establishment on the site of Bangor Cathedral by the Celtic saint Deiniol in the early 6th century AD. Bangor itself is an old Welsh word for a wattled enclosure, such as was originally surrounded the cathedral site. The present cathedral is a somewhat more recent building and has been extensively modified throughout the centuries.   

Guest House/B&B Rooms, Cottages and Caravan Hotel

Germor Bed and Breakfast

Tel: 01248 364386

Situated directly over the Menai Strait, we Geraint and Emely Williams pride ourselves on running a small but very friendly and comfortable guest house. We are in a delightfull location overlooking Hirael Bay and the Menai Strait with excellent views overlooking Anglesey with Puffin Island and the Great Orme towards Llandudno.

Whether you are here for business or pleasure, you can always be sure of a very warm welcome at all times.

The guest house accommodates one double bedroom, one family bedroom with a double and single bed (with extra optional bed ) and a single bedroom, all with central heating, remote control colour TV (plus DVD player and FREEVIEW) and tea & coffee making facilities.

We serve a large Welsh breakfast (some previous guests call it an all day breakfast - ie. it lasts all day). We also cater for Vegetarians.

Off road car parking is available and we welcome cyclists and motor bikers, in fact we have a secure garage for cycles and motor bikes.

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The Joys of Life Country Park

Tel: 01248 602122 / 07966 962664

Welcome to The Joys of Life Country Park, Snowdonia, North Wales.

The Joys of Life Country Park is a popular and pleasantly secluded centre for holidays, family gatherings, reunions and courses. This stunning holiday and meetings centre combines formal gardens with natural woodland paths and a small lake. The indoor accommodation and the nearby small secluded caravan park have all been totally refurbished over recent years.

Self-catering Holiday Cottages - Bryn Llys A cottage that sleeps 12 to 14 in three twin bedrooms and two family rooms that contain one double and two single beds. Please note - at weekends, we accept only self-catering bookings of two or more nights.
Hafan A cottage that sleeps 4 in one twin bedroom and one double bedroom

Caravan Site - Caravan Club Certified Location Five pitches can be used from a choice of grass and hard-standing pitches – all with electric hook-ups

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Eryl Mor Hotel

Tel: 01248 353789

Eryl Mor Hotel is in Bangor, North Wales and its unrivaled position offers stunning views of Bangor Pier and the Menai Strait, Anglesey, the Great Orme and surrounding mountains.

"Eryl Mor" means outlook or guarding place of the sea, and all our rooms are en-suite and well equipped. The Hotel is completely NO SMOKING.

Enjoy an evening meal or a drink and take in the atmosphere in our comfortable conservatory, restaurant and bar areas.

Within 20 miles of the Hotel are Ancient Monuments, Historic castles and bridges, the mountains and lakes of Snowdonia National Park and Anglesey's blue flag beaches.

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Tregarth Homestay B&B

Tel: 01248 600532

A warm welcome awaits you at Tregarth Homestay Bed & Breakfast. Situated at the entrance to the beautiful Ogwen Valley in the foothills of Snowdonia, North Wales. The elevated setting affords beautiful views of the mountains, the Menai Straight, Anglesey and Puffin Island.

Breakfast is served in our breakfast/kitchen, or on our sun terrace if weather permits. We have a varied menu, and breakfast is freshly cooked whilst you wait. We use local produce wherever possible.

Whether you're on holiday or away on business, we cater for both couples and singles. One double bedroom has an en-suite shower room, the other two rooms (one single and one twin) have private bath/shower rooms, all with high pressure showers. All rooms have electric blankets in the beds and flat screen TV's. There is also a cosy guest lounge with TV, and a wide selection of brochures, maps and books. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the house. Tea/coffee making and laundry facilities are also provided. All of the rooms boast mountain views.

Kathleen & Peter Coleman have been in the hospitality business since 1996 and have the "Welcome Host" Gold Award. They first experienced the 'homestay' concept in Australia and New Zealand. "The idea is to welcome guests into our home as friends and be available to spend time with them if they so wish".

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Gors yr Eira B&B

Tel: 01248 601353

Gors yr Eira bed and breakfast accommodation is situated 7 miles from Snowdon on the edge of the beautiful Snowdonia National Park in North Wales. Nestling in the foothills of Snowdonia, we are only 3 miles away from the A55 North Wales Expressway and 2 miles from the historic A5.

Ideally situated for walkers and lovers of outdoor pursuits. Centrally based for the historic Welsh castles, stunning beaches of Anglesey and the great little railways of North Wales.

The views from the house are quite superb, taking in the whole panorama of the Carneddau mountain range from the front and Glyders from the back.

The village enjoys the advantage of its altitude; clean air, quiet roads, panoramic views and the tranquillity of the Snowdonia National Park. Although ‘away from it all’, we are only 3 miles away from the A55 North Wales Expressway and 2 miles from the historic A5 trunk road.

Situated on the very edge of the Snowdonia National Park, the area is ideal for the outdoor enthusiast who wants to take advantage of the opportunities of the area has to offer; mountain walking, rock climbing, sailing, canoeing, windsurfing, pony trekking etc.

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