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3-Day North Wales Group Tour: Castles of Edward I

3-Day North Wales Group Tour: Castles of Edward I - Caernarfon, United Kingdom

Duration: 2 days
Location: Caernarfon, United Kingdom

From USD
$1252.91

Fellow of the Royal Historical Society Dr Marc Morris, weaves the fascinating story of these remarkable castles and the personalities that forged them. Edward I’s ‘iron ring of castles’ which is recognised as a World Heritage site by UNESCO, represents the most ambitious and challenging building project in medieval Europe and has left Wales with an extraordinary military inheritance which must be experienced.

Following dinner on Friday evening, expert historian Marc Morris will give an introduction to Edward I’s campaign against the native Welsh Prince Llywelyn ap Gruffudd, setting the stage for the weekend.

The fully catered weekend will include visits to Rhuddlan Castle, Conwy Castle, Caernarfon Castle, plus storytelling and two nights’ accommodation at the 17th Century grade II listed Plas Dinas Country House.

Accommodation is provided by Plas Dinas Country House or Bodysgallen Hall & Spa, both attractions in their own right ... More info ›

Fellow of the Royal Historical Society Dr Marc Morris, weaves the fascinating story of these remarkable castles and the personalities that forged them. Edward I’s ‘iron ring of castles’ which is recognised as a World Heritage site by UNESCO, represents the most ambitious and challenging building project in medieval Europe and has left Wales with an extraordinary military inheritance which must be experienced.

Following dinner on Friday evening, expert historian Marc Morris will give an introduction to Edward I’s campaign against the native Welsh Prince Llywelyn ap Gruffudd, setting the stage for the weekend.

The fully catered weekend will include visits to Rhuddlan Castle, Conwy Castle, Caernarfon Castle, plus storytelling and two nights’ accommodation at the 17th Century grade II listed Plas Dinas Country House.

Accommodation is provided by Plas Dinas Country House or Bodysgallen Hall & Spa, both attractions in their own right. Your tour will include an introduction to Edward I’s campaign against the native Welsh Prince Llywelyn ap Gruffudd, giving you a deep unique insight into Wales' UNESCO world heritage listed castles and setting the stage for your experience-break.

Day 1

You will travel along the North Wales coast to Rhuddlan castle to see the remarkable and little-known gem which once played a key role in Edward's military success. Continue on to Conwy Castle and the World famous Caernarfon Castle, with its renowned hexagonal towers modelled on those at Constantinople, the Castle has overseen the investiture of the heir to the British throne for over 800 years.

Dinner will be served at your hotel.

Day 2

Following a hearty Welsh breakfast you will visit the nearby Llyn peninsula where the town of Criccieth is overlooked by its namesake castle on the promontory hill. This part of Wales is home to many ancient hill-forts heading back thousands of years but Criccieth offers a rare glimpse to the Welsh prince’s response to English incursions in their borders. From here you head to Harlech Castle, the site of many famous battles between the native Welsh and the powerful English armies. After lunch travel north through the beautiful scenery of Snowdonia to cross into the mysterious Island of Anglesey, spiritual home of the Druids in ancient times but more recently the setting for the near-perfect fortress of Beaumaris; a castle so intricate that its costly construction nearly bankrupted England.

Dinner will be served at your hotel.

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Isle of Anglesey Private Day Tour from Caernarfon

Isle of Anglesey Private Day Tour from Caernarfon - Caernarfon, United Kingdom

Duration: 8 hours
Location: Caernarfon, United Kingdom

From USD
$664.04

Join this private driver-guided day trip on the Isle of Anglesey including hotel transport from Caernarfon. Anglesey is the perfect place to start exploring Wales, following the island's rolling countryside and infinitely varied coastline.

Itinerary
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Stop At: South Stack Lighthouse, South Stack, Holyhead LL65 1YH Wales

Start this day trip to Isle of Anglesey with a hotel pickup from your accommodation in Caernarfon at the time suitable for you and your party.

The coastline offers many opportunities for a rich experience – from Penmon with its lighthouse and Puffin Island, an historic lifeboat at Moelfre to seeing the seabirds rolling in the wind at South Stack (and another lighthouse) ... More info ›

Join this private driver-guided day trip on the Isle of Anglesey including hotel transport from Caernarfon. Anglesey is the perfect place to start exploring Wales, following the island's rolling countryside and infinitely varied coastline.

Itinerary
This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: South Stack Lighthouse, South Stack, Holyhead LL65 1YH Wales

Start this day trip to Isle of Anglesey with a hotel pickup from your accommodation in Caernarfon at the time suitable for you and your party.

The coastline offers many opportunities for a rich experience – from Penmon with its lighthouse and Puffin Island, an historic lifeboat at Moelfre to seeing the seabirds rolling in the wind at South Stack (and another lighthouse). You are then on to a beach stretching as far as the eye can seewell until you reach the ruins of St Dwynwen’s, the patron saint of Welsh lovers, on an island accessible at low tide.

If the past is your thing, you can travel through prehistory, visiting Iron Age and Celtic sites in an astonishing state of preservation to seeing a picture-perfect castle in its moat at Beaumaris.

Duration: 8 hours

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