It’s officially summer, so it’s the perfect time to start planning family adventures, road trips with friends or romantic breaks to North Wales and with the recent launch of the Snowdonia Pass – a new visitor discount card – your clients will be able to find their epic for less!
Whether it is planning a week-long staycation in North Wales or a fun family day out, the Snowdonia Pass gives access to a number of exclusive discounts at participating visitor attractions, activity providers, shops, restaurants, historical sites and accommodation providers across North West Wales.
Some examples of the adventures on offer are:-
Marvelling at the history of the UNESCO World Heritage Site castles at Caernarfon, Conwy, Harlech or Beaumaris;
Feeling the adrenaline whilst riding the Green Dragon at GreenWood Forest Park;
Taking a leisurely stroll through the grounds at Bodnant Garden National Trust;
Discovering the fantastic art exhibitions at Oriel Plas Glyn y Weddw;
Learning how Anglesey Sea Salt extracts their world-renowned product Halen Môn from the Menai Straits with one of their behind the scenes tours;
Getting active with Menai Bikes;
Enjoying afternoon tea at Bodnant Welsh Food;
Sipping coffee outside Caffi Meinir at Nant Gwrtheyrn whilst enjoying the view over the Irish Sea.
The Snowdonia Pass costs £5 and is available now from a number of online and offline retailers. Passes can be obtained online from websites sites such as Visit Snowdonia or Attractions of Snowdonia. Alternatively, they can be bought from the Tourist Information Centres in Caernarfon, Porthmadog, Betws y Coed, Beddgelert, Pwllheli, Barmouth, Portmeirion or Aberdyfi.
When the pass is bought, the card will be activated and special offers can be accessed immediately. The pass is valid until 31 March 2017.
For full Terms and Conditions of Use for each discount offer and more information, please visit the Snowdonia Pass website. For live updates please like the official Facebook page and follow them on Twitter.
You can watch a promotional video of Snowdonia Pass here.
You may also be interested in reading our story on Arriva Trains Wales tripling their service from Manchester Airport to North Wales here.