Winter Warmer In Cosy Caernarfon
Where the river Seiont enters the Menai Straits in North Wales the ancient town of Caernarfon can be found. This special place was a favourite of Celtic Princes and Roman Emperors. The town was famously fortified by King Edward I and was represented by Lloyd-George, the fiery Welsh Prime Minister of Britain during the First World War. Visit today and you'll touch that history in the ancient walled town and in the castle. But you'll also discover that Caernarfon is much more! Explore the town and you'll discover that it truly is the Celtic Heart of Wales. You'll find a warm Welsh welcome in shops full of traditional products.
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
- Hotel for 3 nights with breakfast and evening meals
- Live entertainment on 2 nights
- Included excursions
- Cash bingo, quizzes and raffle
- Use of hotel facilities
- Crusader Staff on site
After joining your holiday coach we make our way to North Wales with comfort stops en route.
Time to relax and familiarise with your new surroundings before dinner and live entertainment. Meet some of our Crusader team who will be with you for the weekend. Three nights accommodation with quizzies and a raffle. Free use of leisure facilities.
Days 2 & 3
At leisure in Caernarfon with two included excursions.
Enjoy a scenic ride today with a stop in Llanberis and the opportunity to take the one hour round trip around the lake with spectacular views along the way.(Fare not included approx £8.50). There is a stop at Cei Llydan, where passengers may alight for the audio-visual display. We then head back towards Caernarfon where for those who wish there will be time to visit the Castle before we head back to the hotel. (Admission not included to the Castle - approx.£8.95 Adult - £5.80 Seniors).
The highlight of the weekend has to be our visit to the Isle of Anglesey, Wales' largest island and bigger than any in England. With miles of inspiring coastline, hidden beaches, chocolate box villages and Wales' greatest concentration on ancient sites. A brush with royalty has given Angelsey an added cache in recent years. Anglesey's prettiest town Beaumaris offers a wining combination of a waterfront location, mountain views and a romantic castle lording it over an elegant collection of mainly Georgian buildings, boutiques, galleries and smart hotels.
After a hearty Welsh breakfast we retrace our steps back to the local area with lots of happy memories.