Search by County in Wales for B&Bs
This page allows you to select a county in Wales and display a list of all B&Bs in that county. Cities & Towns in that county will be displayed in a list on the left hand side. Just click a city or town to narrow your search.
B&Bs by Counties in Wales
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Mount Snowdon, situated in Snowdonia National Park, is the highest mountain in Wales at 1,085 metres. The Snowdon Mountain Railway makes the journey to the peak easy and comfortable. At the top is a visitor centre. The park covers some 823 square miles and includes, to its west, a coastal region with spectacular cliffs and fine beaches.
Conwy Castle was constructed in the 13th century by Edward 1. It was intended to help contain the Welsh. Built on rock and dominating the surrounding area it presents itself as a impenetrable fortress with eight round towers with high curtained walls. To add to its strength a wall surrounds the town nestled below the castle battlements.
There are 10 narrow gauge railways in wales, originally built to transport slate from the welsh slate mines. They are now tourist attractions and pass through some of the finest scenery in Wales. One of the best known is the Ffestiniog which travels from Porthmadog to the town of Ffestiniog via the Snowdonia National Park, a 13.5 mile journey.
The site of St. Davids Cathedral first became a Christian community in the 6th century when David, a Celtic Christian monk, founded a monastery. Building started on the present Cathedral in 1181 and was completed fairly quickly. In time additions where added including a new tower(the first collapsed), a chantry, cloisters and a Bishops Palace.
Tenby, now a popular seaside resort in Pembrokeshire, on the south coast of Wales, is an historic town around which, in medieval times, was built a massive wall built of stone with gateways and towers. The resort became popular in victorian times with visitors being both welsh and english. There is a 2.5 mile beach as well as a small harbour.
Located in the county of Gwynedd, north-west Wales, Caernarfon Castle(a World Heritage site) echoes mans desire to remain safe in the face of hostile forces. How well it was built. The walls are twenty feet wide at their base and 2408 ft long with 2 gatehouses and eight towers. A wall was extended around the town which stood outside the castle walls.
There are many glorious gardens in Wales open to visitors, some year long while others for shorter periods. For an all round garden experience visit the National Botanic Garden of Wales in Carmarthenshire. Here the gardens are inspirational with over 8000 plant varieties, themed gardens, a programme of educational courses and the world's largest single span glasshouse.
Portmeirion, overlooking Cardigan Bay, was designed and built by Sir Clough Williams-Ellis in the style of an fanciful classical Italian village. The village has been used as a backdrop for many films, in particular, the setting for the 1960s television series, The Prisoner. Built on a hill it boasts excellent gardens, an ongoing festival and good accommodation.
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- bnb-advisor.com - Reviews, Directory
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- bnb-wales.com - Wales B&B Booking Service
- bnb-international.com - Free Links Directory
- bed4thenight.com - Directory & Booking Service
- idorla.com - International Directory
- More to come .......