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From M56, Chester and onto the A55 the North Wales Coast Road, turn off at Junction 11, up the slip road signposted Llanberis. Take the 2nd exit on the roundabout onto the A4244. Continue for 2 miles until the next roundabout. Take the 1st exit for Llanberis. Continue for 2 miles and at the T junction turn right onto the A4086 signposted Caernarfon. Pass village of Cwm y Glo and on entering the village of Llanrug near the 30 mph sign, turn left at The Glyntwrog Pub. Carry on uphill for 500 mtrs, pass the bungalows and our large splayed site entrance is on your right.
Just 3 miles from the picturesque village of Llanberis with its many tourist attractions including the famous Snowdon Mountain Railway station based in the village and one of the most popular starting points to walk up Snowdon.
Other firm favourites are The National Slate Museum and The Electric Mountain where a guided tour takes you on a bus to one of Europe's largest man made cavern.
Three miles from the site lies the historic Royal Town of Caernarfon, where Prince Charles was invested at the magnificent castle as the Prince of Wales in 1969. The Welsh Highland Steam Railway starts from Caernarfon on its 25 mile run to Porthmadog, through Beddgelert and the Aberglaslyn Pass.
Central for the beaches of Lleyn Peninsula and Anglesey.
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