North Wales, Mold
North Wales - Beaufort Park Hotel, Mold
Beaufort Park Hotel, Mold
This modern independently run, AA rated 3* hotel offers en-suite bathrooms, free WiFi, trouser press, tea and coffee making facilities to all rooms and is surrounded by wonderful Welsh countryside. It has a 24hr reception, newspaper delivery & room service, a golf course and is only a 10-minute walk to the traditional town centre of Mold.
It also offers on-site horse riding, hiking and squash (at extra cost).
Arrival in Mold, North Wales
Today we travel from Lincolnshire across country with a stop en route for lunch before continuing on through the lush Welsh countryside to your 3* hotel the Beaufort Park where you’ll have time to unwind before your evening meal.
A day in Chester & Chester Oaks
After your first Welsh breakfast we board your coach and travel to meet our guide for a walking tour of the historical city of Chester after which the morning is your own to explore this impressive place which is known for its extensive, well-preserved Roman walls made of local red sandstone. Don’t forget to check out the independent gems of shops and the famous Chester Rows which are two-tiered medieval galleries which are home to some of the best shops in the city. After lunch we move onto the Cheshire Oaks Outlet Centre for discounted designer and high-street fashion – where retail therapy begins again!
Llangollen Railway including free time in Llangollen
Once breakfast is over we’ll be making our way to the Llangollen Railway which is currently the longest preserved standard gauge steam railway in Wales and today you’ll be taking a nostalgic and scenic ride through the picturesque Dee Valley. Then you’ll have the rest of the day in Llangollen to enjoy the astonishing range of cafés, bars and hotels and wealth of independent shops to browse and interesting places to visit including the Victoria Promenade and the famous 14th century Dee Bridge.
Pontcysyllte Aqueduct & Betwys y Coed
Today we will be relaxing on a brightly decorated traditional canal boat travelling across the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct, a World Heritage Site, situated thirty thrilling metres above the River Dee. Once you have caught your breathe we will then be moving onto the picturesque village of Betwys y Coed set in dense woodland and magnificent mountain countryside in Snowdonia’s National Park.
Today we say farewell Wales and to our hotel and make our way home with stops for coffee and lunch along the way.
Please enquire for pick up points and departure times
NOTE: There is no single supplement charge, but please check for availability before booking
Or call us on 01400 230491