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Snowdonia National Park, United Kingdom

From series “Largest Nature Reserves on Earth”
Snowdonia reserve is located in the northern part of Wales and covers a territory of 2170 square kilometres. It was established in 1951 and was named for the mount Snowdon – the highest peak of Wales. Snowdonia reserve is a living working area, more than 26000 people live permanently on the territory of the National park. Over 6 million travellers come to the picturesque Snowdonia annually.

Snowdonia National Park, United Kingdom The surroundings of Mount Snowdon is the most lively area in the park, climbing up to the top of the mountain is the favourite pastime among the tourists. As an alternative, the travellers are invited to climb the mount by cable car. The total length of footpaths available to active tourists, is over 2300 kilometres.

Lovers of nature prefer to walk in the local oak forests, where they can see century-old trees of enormous size and increadibly beautiful lakes. One can get a closer look at seals and seabirds in the coastal areas. Thanks to wide choice of tiny hotels, visitors always have an opportunity to stay a little longer in the picturesque countryside. Thick forests cover a considerable part of the reserve, they have become home for ferrets and martens. Ornithologists are attracted to these places by the prospect of seeing rare species of kites and peregrine falcons. Next - Serengeti National Park


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Best hotels near Snowdonia National Park

Grapes Hotel Maentwrog

Located in 9 km from Snowdonia National Park
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Rooms: 6
Each room at The Grapes Hotel has a flat-screen TV and tea and coffee facilities. The rooms are en suite and have modern bathrooms. A hearty Welsh … More: photo, rates and booking
the lodge

Located in 12 km from Snowdonia National Park
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Rooms: 3
With exposed beams and seagrass flooring, the contemporary designed rooms feature wooden headboards, storage units and Egyptian cotton bedding. An … More: photo, rates and booking
Bryn Derw

Located in 13 km from Snowdonia National Park
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Rooms: 2
The room has a power shower and bath, and a flat-screen TV and hairdryer. Tea and coffee facilities are also provided, and there is an additional … More: photo, rates and booking
Tyn-y-Groes Hotel

Located in 14 km from Snowdonia National Park
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Rooms: 7
Each room at Tyn-y-Groes Hotel features a TV, an en suite bathroom, and tea/coffee making facilities. Some rooms are located at the rear of the … More: photo, rates and booking

Nearest unique sightseeing spots to visit

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John Lennon House
82 km - John Lennon House
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Pitchford Hall
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Dolaucothi Gold Mines
97 km - Dolaucothi Gold Mines
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