Llanbedr

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Llanbedr is located halfway between Harlech and Barmouth, not far from the foot of Mount Snowdon. Llanbedr is ideally situated in the Snowdonia National Park for exploring the great outdoors.

Llanbedr has a very special atmosphere, it is addictive and people return to experience it again and again. Llanbedr is a traditional welsh village, and with the River Artro meandering through the centre, and its busy local shops, popular pubs and restaurants, Llanbedr offers a wealth of memorable pleasures.

Llanbedr is a quieter village of Snowdonia without amusement parks or crowds of tourists. However, there are some local attractions worth exploring like the Shell Island, the Slate Caverns or the Maes Artro Heritage Museum.

From the village there are endless possibilities for walks from gentle strolls along our 2 beautiful rivers the Artro and the Nant Col or it is possible to walk straight into the mountains where you may only have the soaring buzzards for company. You can follow in the footsteps of ancient travellors on prehistoric roads, see buriel chambers and standing stones. Follow the trackways of the drovers that used to take cattle and sheep over the mountains to the markets in England before the coming of the railway. It is still possible to trace the line of the old horse drawn coaching road as is wends its over over the mountains from Harlech to London.

The awe inspiring Slate Caverns at Llanfair are just down the road.

Well known for beautiful woodland walks, look out for these old pipes running from a reservoir. The pipes are full of holes and spray water in all directions, there are also good displays of bluebells in the Spring.

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