Snowdonia National Park
Near The Beaches Hotel
Covering a total of 823 square miles, Snowdonia is Wales’ largest National Park and just under an hours drive from The Beaches Hotel.
Explore Snowdonia National Park
Home to over 26,000 people, Eryri’s landscape is steeped with culture, history, and heritage, where the Welsh language is part of the day-to-day fabric of the area. Nearly 4 million people visit Eryri every year to explore its towering peaks and breath-taking valleys, find tranquility in its lesser-trodden paths and discover its extensive recreation opportunities. From highland railways to e-cycling, there are many unique ways to travel around Snowdonia that can add to your experience of visiting the National Park. During the summer months, areas such as Snowdon and Ogwen can get very busy. Using services such as the Snowdon Sherpa helps protect the National Park and its local communities. Snowdonia’s uninterrupted landscapes contain a wealth of treasures to discover and enjoy. From remote hidden pools to magnificent high peaks, from rare and vulnerable species to a rich and unique culture. Managed by the Park Authority, Snowdonia’s Information Centres are run by staff with an expansive knowledge of the National Park. The centres are the perfect place to learn about what makes Snowdonia spectacular as well as advice on visiting sustainably.
Why Stay With Us at Beaches Hotel
After a busy day discovering Snowdonia’s uninterrupted landscapes return to the comforts of The Beaches Hotel and enjoy a warm and friendly welcome, a delicious meal in our Promenade Bistro Bar and to the warmth of your guestrooms where a great night’s sleep is guaranteed. If you have time why not make use of our fantastic leisure facilities and enjoy a leisurely dip in our indoor heated swimming pool.
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