6 days - from only £459pp

ABOUT THE TOUR

The Coast and Highlands of North Wales for Solo Travellers

Craggy mountains, deep valleys and crystal-clear lakes are typical of the countryside scenery of North Wales. Combine this with dramatic coastal scenery dominated by huge fortresses, as we explore a land of inspiration, of stunning landscapes, of unique charm and ancient legend. Entertainment is provided during your stay, including an evening with a male voice choir.

TOUR INCLUDES

  • 5 nights hotel with Welsh breakfast
  • 6 evening meals
  • Sole use of your own room
  • No Single Room Supplement
  • Welcome tea and Bara Brith on arrival
  • Welcome drinks reception
  • Two nights of entertainment, including one night Welsh Male Voice Choir
  • Home Connect service
  • Porterage at the hotel

6 Day Itinerary

  • Day 1:

    Home Connect service, then by coach to our hotel in North Wales for five nights.

    Included meals: Dinner

  • Day 2: North Wales Coastline, Llandudno and Penrhyn Castle

    Included excursion, as we pass sandy beaches and coastal towns, such as Colwyn Bay. Our first port of call is Llandudno. Two miles of sandy beaches and a fine Victorian promenade, curve between the two headlands, Little Orme and Great Orme.

    You may wish to take a scenic tramway ride or a cable car to the top of the 700-feet high Great Orme’s Head, where the views are breathtaking. On a clear day you can see across to the island of Anglesey, the Isle of Man, and the majestic mountains of Snowdonia.

    We later visit the huge 19th century fantasy - Penrhyn Castle. A neo-Norman castle crammed with fascinating items, such as a one-ton slate bed made for Queen Victoria, elaborate carvings, plasterwork and mock-Norman furniture, an outstanding collection of paintings and a fascinating industrial railway museum. The 60 acres of grounds includes exotic trees, plants and a Victorian walled garden.

    Included meals: Breakfast, Dinner

    Penrhyn Castle

    Penrhyn Castle

    Included Highlights

    • Penrhyn Castle
    • Llandudno
  • Day 3: Welsh Highlands and Ffestiniog Steam Railway

    A day of magnificent scenery, as we enjoy a ride on the Ffestiniog Railway.

    We head first to Blaneau Ffestiniog, with its slate mines, once a key part of North Wales industry. Blaenau Ffestiniog is linked to the coast at Porthmadog by the Ffestiniog Railway, a scenic narrow-gauge line originally built to transport slate. Join the steam-hauled train that runs along a 13½ mile line to the mountains of Blaenau Ffestiniog through tranquil pastures and magnificent forests, past lakes and waterfalls, through tunnels and round horseshoe bends.

    En route you will enjoy the splendid views of Tremadog Bay.

    After time in Porthmadog, we head to Portmeirion, designed in the style of an Italian village and used as the location in many films and TV shows, most noticeably ‘The Prisoner’.

    Included meals: Breakfast, Dinner

    Ffestiniog Steam Railway

    Ffestiniog Steam Railway

    Included Highlights

    • Ffestiniog Steam Railway
    • Welsh Highlands
  • Day 4: Chester

    Join our included excursion to the medieval city of Chester. The most complete walled city in Britain, Chester is the historic gem of North West England.

    A cornucopia of delights, Chester has inspired writers and artists for years. Soak in the atmosphere created by an abundance of black & white buildings set in a circuit of glorious city walls.

    Chester's crowning glory is the 13th century Rows - two-tiers of shops running along the main streets. A leisurely walk along the 2 miles of the City Walls will take you past many delights, such as the enchanting Eastgate Clock and the 1000 year old Cathedral, a haven of reflective.

    En route you'll come across towers set against the beckoning background of the Welsh mountains that guarded the medieval Port of Chester, ancient bridges across the River Dee, 19th century canals and elegant Georgian town houses.

    Included meals: Breakfast, Dinner

    Eastgate Clock, Chester

    Chester

    Included Highlights

    • Chester
  • Day 5: Day at leisure or Isle of Anglesey

    We offer an optional excursion to Anglesey. We cross the Menai Straits and head first to the village of Llanfair PG (or Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch), made famous for having the longest place name in Britain.

    We continue to Beaumaris, where there is a magnificent castle, one of many in the region built by Edward I; it was never assaulted because its walls are fifteen feet thick!

    Included meals: Breakfast, Dinner

    Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch

    Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch

    Optional Excursions

    Our optional excursions are a great addition to enhance your holiday experience and are highly recommended.

    2021
    • Isle of Anglesey
    TBC

    The optional excursions will be available to book during your tour.

    Prices are per person and are subject to change. Payment will be in cash in Euros (for tours to Europe) or Sterling (for UK tours).

  • Day 6:

    Return home.

    Included meals: Breakfast

Hotels

You will stay for five nights at the 3-star Beaufort Park, situated in the Flintshire countryside, only two miles from the market town of Mold. 

  • Beaufort Park

    Mold Rd, Mold, CH7 6RQ

    The hotel is an ideal base to explore North Wales, Snowdonia and Cheshire. The hotel has a restaurant and bar.

    • Bar
    • Restaurant
    • WiFi Available
    • TV
    • Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
    • Hairdryer
    • Bath and/or Shower
    • Telephone

Joining points

Travel from most joining points is included within your coach holiday price; some carry a supplement of £20pp. To find your nearest joining point, search using your postcode below.

See our full list of our joining points.

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