We're delighted to have been shortlisted for two prestigious Awards - the Conwy Business Awards & the BoHo Awards.
A bench in memory of the late Ken Harper was unveiled by his family at The Imperial Hotel.
Fashion trends for weddings come and go, and having recently exhibited at North Wales’ largest Wedding Fayre at Venue Cymru our wedding co-ordinators thought they’d pass on the latest trends they saw.
While St Andrews in Scotland is famed for being the home of golf, North Wales’ golf heritage is just as steeped in history. The first golf club opened at Baron Hill on Anglesey in 1889, with some of the most notable courses including Royal St David’s in Harlech and Conwy Golf Club outside Llandudno opening a year or two later. The first amateur golf competition held in Wales was in 1895 and the first professional championship in 1904, and of course we’ve produced several players of note including Ian Woosnam.
Whether you want a strenuous hike through the mountains or a leisurely stroll along a beach, North Wales offers an abundance of superb walks that guarantee an outdoor experience to remember.
We've teamed up with Bodnant Welsh Food for a series of Cheese & Wine Tasting Evenings which are the perfect opportunity to explore the world of Welsh Wines and the famous Bodnant Cheese range.
Chantrey's Restaurant has been awarded a coveted second AA Rosette ranking it one of the finest restaurants in North Wales.
The stunning seaside resort of Llandudno lies between two famous headlands, the Great Orme and the Little Orme. The Great Orme is 350 million years old and qualifies as the oldest tourist attraction in town. It offers visitors a myriad of things to see and do so we’ve put together this guide to help you get the most out of your trip up to the summit and exploring its many delights.
Myths, folktales and legends abound all over Britain and especially in Wales, and as we celebrate the Year of Legends in 2017 we’ve taken a look at the local swashbuckling heroes of North Wales as well as some little known legends who are famous in a particular field.
With Black Friday only a week away, it’s a sure sign that the Christmas shopping bonanza is about to start!
And while we all love a bargain nothing can beat a wander around the shops taking the time and pleasure to choose specially selected gifts for your friends and family, especially when the shops are located in picturesque towns. So if you’re used to pounding the pavements of the city centres like Manchester, Cardiff or Oxford Street in London then you might be surprised to know that North Wales is a shoppers’ paradise.