To paraphrase the poet William Blake, great things happen when men and mountains meet. And we think you’d be hard pushed to find anywhere better to happen upon greatness than in Snowdonia, North Wales.

We consider ourselves extremely lucky to make our home here, at the gateway to the Snowdonia National Park. It’s a straight-up stunning part of the world, which is just one of the reasons why it is consistently voted as one of the top regions in the world to explore.

Follow the Conwy River for around eight miles from its estuary at the medieval town of Conwy, and that’s where you’ll find us. The grassy whaleback hills of the Carneddau mountains and the dense Gwydir forest rise up from the valley floor behind us, and the Snowdonia Massif – home to Snowdon, the highest peak in England and Wales – lies just a few miles to the south west.

North Wales is the ideal holiday location for anyone who takes pleasure in the beauty, exuberance and boundless potential of the Great Outdoors. Want to get out and explore when you visit us? Check out our outdoor adventures, including gorge walking and mountain biking, here.

We’re just around an hour and a half’s drive from Liverpool or Manchester, or just an hour from Chester. And whilst our location is rural, we’re just 15 minutes’ drive from the main North Wales expressway.  Find out more about how to get here, including arriving by train or ferry, here.