Snowdonia National Park has about 250 lakes, or Llyns as they’re known in Welsh, so there are many opportunities for walkers to enjoy a lakeside walk in North Wales and to help you, here are our favourites.
North Wales has an abundance of beautiful beaches - mile upon mile of golden sand against a backdrop of outstanding views - so we've picked six of our favourite beaches which are great for walking.
Guests staying at The Imperial in Llandudno can enjoy some excellent walks around the resort from the hotel.
It's not only the wonderful and at times breathtaking landscapes that distinguishes North Wales’ gardens from others in the UK but also the region’s unique climate that enables you to see many plants you won’t see anywhere else in Britain. These are our favourite Gardens to walk round.
Snowdonia National Park is the largest park in Wales covering over 823 square miles so there are many excellent walking routes, and it’s a short 20 minute drive from the award winning Imperial Hotel in Llandudno.
Did you know that May is National Walking Month? Let this be the month that you discover North Wales on foot as it is the perfect destination for walkers with its sweeping mountains, glistening lakes, fabulous countryside and breathtaking coastline. There is a walk for everyone whether it be a leisurely stroll or a strenuous hike, so here’s our list of top walks which guarantee an outdoor experience to remember.
The four day Easter weekend heralds to many the start of Spring and with it the promise of longer and hopefully warmer days ahead.
It is also the time when many seasonal tourist attractions open fully so make the most of this first bank holiday in 2019 and take this perfect opportunity to discover North Wales and Llandudno with the award winning Imperial Hotel’s recommendations.
North Wales is the UK’s leading adventure destination so if you’re looking for new experiences to try it would be natural for you to think of the region for learning a new watersport or mountaineering skill, but there are also some wonderful art and craft workshops just waiting to be discovered, and maybe even fall in love with so you turn it into a new hobby.
Family holidays come in all shapes and sizes and that’s where North Wales comes into its own. Whether you want a traditional seaside holiday, an adventure trip, an action-packed fun-filled break or a bit of everything, then you’re in for a treat when you select North Wales as your holiday destination.
Let this week’s article take you on a voyage of discovery on the water-based activities you can enjoy in North Wales. Whether you want to take the plunge and get fully immersed in a water adventure or want to experience the high seas without getting wet, dip your toe in and enjoy one of these fabulous activities.