3 day small group tour - no more than 18 on board-
Come to Wales where mountains are shrouded in mist, and ancient legends blend with modern facts to produce a deep national pride worth singing about. On our small group Welsh tour, you'll learn about Wales, which remains faithful to its Celtic roots. Appreciate Welsh history, culture and language. But most of all, marvel at its spectacular scenery. This is the best tour of Wales!
3 DAYS / 2 NIGHTS / UP TO 18 GUESTS
On this captivating journey through deep green valleys, past snow-dusted mountains and along an unforgettable coastline, we’ll go high and low in search of Wales’ most iconic sights. Join us as we walk the ancient lands of Celts and Romans, immersing ourselves in age-old local traditions as we go.
THE LYNOTT DIFFERENCE
Conwy Castle - Set near an impressive pair of bridges, this brilliantly preserved 13th-century fortress is a visual treat.
Llanberis Slate Mine - This museum stands as testament to the people who worked in the mines of Elidir mountain.
Llandudno – Stroll along the longest pier in Wales and soak up the atmosphere of the seaside resort that oozes Victorian charm.
Snowdonia National Park - Discover the jagged peaks of Wales’ premier national park.
Portmeirion - The Italian Riviera meets North Wales in this spectacular village, home of the cult TV series The Prisoner.
Harlech Castle - UNESCO described this castle as one of "the finest examples of late 13th-century military architecture in Europe".
Chester - This ancient border city is a fascinating collection of Roman, Medieval, Tudor and modern city planning.
DAY 1 MANCHESTER - CONWY
Let the Welsh wonders take your breath away on this rail and mini-coach tour through national parks, castles, and coastal towns.
Start your day with a high-speed rail journey to the city of Manchester where you join your mini-coach for the next three days. Once on board, you leave Manchester behind and head straight for the border of Wales.
Your first stop of the day is Conwy. This little town deserves to win awards for most picture-perfect harbour town. There’s a castle* perched by the sea, the ‘world’s smallest house’, and lots of little restaurants boasting the best fish and chips.
After you’ve soaked up the sea air, you travel to the Llanberis Slate Museum. It’s a little less cute here, but the history of the second largest slate mine on the planet will stay in your memory for a long time.
Beddgelert in Snowdonia is your next stop. This place is known as the most ‘lovely’ village in Snowdonia. And you must agree, the stone houses and arched bridge are simply beautiful.
You travel through Snowdonia as the light softens and arrive at your overnight stop in Llandudno in the evening.
DAY 2 - NORTH WALES
This morning, you can either stay in Llandudno and explore this seaside town and the Great Orme or join us as we head onto the Isle of Anglesey.
If you choose to come with us, you cross the world’s first modern day suspension bridge across the Menai Straits and onto Anglesey Island. Prior to its construction, cattle farmers would have to persuade their herd to swim across the Menai Straits on their way to market.
We head for the most westerly point of North Wales to marvel at the South Stack Lighthouse, sea cliffs, and nature reserve.
After a refreshing walk along the cliffs, we travel to Llynnon Mill, the last working windmill in Wales. This outstanding example of a Welsh windmill has been milling wheat since 1775 and gives you a unique insight into long forgotten era.
You go to Caernarfon for a quick lunch stop and views of its famous castle.
We then venture to one of the most charming and unique villages in Wales, Portmeirion.This town is the brainchild of Welsh architect Clough Williams-Ellis. He wanted to demonstrate how a naturally beautiful location could be developed without spoiling it. The result is a stunning piece of the Mediterranean transported into North Wales.
You arrive back in Llandudono in the early evening.
DAY 3 HARLECH - CHESTER
Your first task of the day is to watch Snowdonia’s mountains fly by as you head to Harlech Castle. This is one of our favorite castles in the whole of the UK. It boasts epic sea views and an amazingly war-torn history that involves a lot of dynamite.
You stop for lunch in the little village of Betws-Y-Coed before heading to one of England’s most historic towns, Chester. There’s a lot to do here, but we’d advise you just head to the Cathedral, you could spend a whole week in this fine building and not get bored.
You arrive in Manchester in the evening
NOTE: You can add on a train trip from London to meet up with this tour.
|Snowdonia, North Wales & Chester from Manchester
Departs 10:00 Returns 18:30 Wednesdays amd Saturdays May-Oct
Saturdays only afterwards.
|01NOV23 to 15/12/23 and 04JAN24 to 31MAR24
|01/APR/23 to 31MAY23, 01OCT23 to 31OCT23 and 16/DEC/23 to 03JAN24
|01JUN23 to 30SEP23
All Manchester tours depart from NCP Car Park, outside Manchester Piccadilly Railway Station on Store Street, Manchester, M1 2WD
To add a train from London Euston Station to Manchester Piccadilly, approx. train times (varies by day) 713AM/919AM
From Manchester 19:15/ 21:33
Cost approximately $220USD round trip.
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