Month: October 2019

Fright night: the spookiest spots in Snowdonia

The earliest traditions of Halloween are rooted in Celtic legends. In Wales, Calan Gaeaf was the predecessor of All Hallows Eve, when people celebrated the harvest and spirits roamed the land. Visit Snowdonia at this time of year and you can almost sense those spirits around you, as the autumn winds moan through bare trees… Read more »

Discover… Caernarfon

Caernarfon is a place of contrast; bringing the rich history of a grand medieval castle, tactile stone town walls, cobbled lanes and ancient port to the modern, living Welsh town complete with great shopping, proper pubs and its fair share of adrenaline activities to boot. This is a beautiful market town which is bursting with… Read more »