Find your next hot tub holiday in Wales
You may think that when in Wales, being a small area of Celtic land, there wouldn’t be much to do. However, this land is full of sweeping nature, towering history and unbelievable cultured food. Wales is the perfect destination if you are looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of life elsewhere. Below are our top three things to do during your stay in Wales.
Climb to the top of Wales
One thing is for certain you won’t be short of magnificent views on the 1,085 meter climb to the Yr Wyddfa in Snowdonia’s National Park. During the Spring, the view from the top of the mountain is truly jaw dropping with scenes right across the entirety of Wales. But the trek is not for the faint hearted – it can take anywhere between five and seven hours! However, Wales wouldn’t want you to miss out, the quaint train is available to take to the top in just an hour.
The smallest house in GB
Residing in one of the most beautiful towns in Wales, a house stands out from the rest – a vibrant red house that claims to be the smallest in Great Britain. Information about the house, including that it was once home to an extremely tall fisherman, is available through a tour guide that costs just £1. The surrounding town, Conwy, is famous for its castle and small independent businesses – so why not go along and support them!
Wales’ little Italy
Designed and built in the style of rural Italy, Sir Clough Williams-Ellis brought the Mediterranean to North Wales when he constructed Portmeirion. With architecture as gorgeous as it gets, you’ll feel as though you are stepping into a movie-set on every corner complete with turrets, an elaborate piazza and a rainbow of ornate façades. Entry to Portmeirion is £11 but this includes a guided walk tour through the cobbled Italianate streets.