Pen y Pass, Snowdonia
One of the UK’s leading broadsheet newspapers The Telegraph, has named Snowdonia as one of the world’s best drives.
It features 10 of the best road trips which gives the driver and passengers’ surprises around every corner.
The 70 mile route starts at the architectural private village of Portmeirion, winding its way to the Victorian village of Betws y Coed before ending in the town of Caernarfon and it’s commanding castle. From waterfalls, rivers and lakes, mountains, moors and forest, to tourism hotspots including Wales’ coastline, pretty villages, steam trains and a castle, this route has something for everyone.
Visit Wales graded accommodation in Snowdonia is listed here.
For more ideas, visit Driving Wales website. They have linked with 3 award winning hotels to provide a driving itinerary for either exploring the best of the hills, coast or nature.
You can view our suggested self-drive itineraries which offer a range of themes and durations by clicking here.
Published 27 January 2017