As the festive season fast approaches we’ve a stocking full of events here at The Imperial Hotel to get you into the Christmas spirit.
2018 heralds a year-long celebration of Wales' diverse and expansive coastline as well as the many shores found at its great leakes and rivers. So make 2018 the year you discover our epic coastline for the greatest coastal experiences.
Just because you’ve put away the kids’ buckets and spades until next year doesn’t mean you can’t come and play with the family in North Wales. Read our blog to find out what are our top 4 fun things to do with the kids in the region this winter.
If you’re sitting at your desk wondering why you should visit North Wales this Autumn and Winter, here are our top three fantastic reasons to spur you on to book your trip now:
MOSTYN Gallery's current exhibition (until 5 November) has much to delight and surprise visitors.
Now that the schools have gone back there is an air of serenity that’s settled across North Wales, making it the perfect time for visiting the attractions, taking in a show or enjoying a walk along a sandy beach or in the countryside.
A hiss of steam and a toot of the engine’s whistle, are all the signals that you’re off on a magical trip of a bygone era of steam train travel, and there are many amazing train journeys for you to enjoy in North Wales.
When you think of great lakes you probably think of the Lake District but the region only has one official lake, Bassenthwaite Lake near Keswick and the others ie Windermere, Ullswater and Coniston are classed as meres, tarns or waters. North Wales though can lay claim to having many more, in fact there are about 250 lakes or Llyns as they’re known in Welsh in Snowdonia National Park alone.
Nothing can beat a day out and having the time to sit back to enjoy a picnic, these are our top al fresco eating spots in North Wales.
North Wales offers so much for visitors that sometimes it’s hard to know where to start, so to help you we've put together a list of our Seven Wonders of North Wales that are worth a visit.