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Autumn in North Wales

by Atlus

As autumn casts its spell over the Welsh landscape, painting it in a vibrant tapestry of auburn and gold, the time is ripe for embarking on a journey to explore the natural beauty of this captivating region. From the rolling hills adorned with foliage in fiery hues to the cosy warmth of fireside inns, North Wales beckons you to experience the enchantment of autumn. Here, we present a selection of incredible destinations for an unforgettable autumn getaway. While staying don’t sell for anything other than the best hotel Caernarfon.

Coed y Brenin, North Wales

If you’re yearning for a crisp walk through leaves that crunch beneath your feet, Coed y Brenin offers the perfect setting amidst the sights and sounds of the autumn woodland. Located near Dolgellau and Trawsfynydd, this world-class mountain biking spot is a haven for immersing yourself in the season with family walks, gentle cycling routes, waterfalls, an all-access trail, and a visitor centre. The café boasts excellent vistas of trees dressed in a myriad of autumnal colours, and you can savour one of their sustainable venison burgers, crafted from fallow deer sourced right from the on-site area.

Bodnant Gardens, North Wales

A delight for both foliage enthusiasts and families, Bodnant Gardens in autumn features a breathtaking display of Japanese acers and incredible views towards the Eryri (Snowdonia) mountains from the terraces. The Dell at Bodnant provides a tranquil haven with peaceful walks and a waterfall, perfect for a leisurely autumn stroll. The shrub borders and Chapel Park are also excellent spots to admire the kaleidoscope of autumn colours.

Beddgelert, Snowdonia, North Wales

Nestled within the breathtaking Snowdonia National Park, Beddgelert offers a quintessential Welsh village experience surrounded by the stunning beauty of autumn. Take a stroll along the banks of the River Glaslyn and soak in the tranquillity as colourful leaves drift by. The village itself is steeped in history and legend, making it a perfect spot to explore on a crisp autumn day.

Llanrwst, North Wales:

Llanrwst, nestled in the heart of North Wales, offers a serene and picturesque setting for your autumn adventure. Begin your day with an invigorating walk along the lush banks of the River Llugwy, near the charming village of Betws-y-Coed. This stroll will lead you to Swallow Falls, a natural wonder where the river cascades dramatically over rocky terrain. As you explore this beautiful spot, you’ll be treated to breathtaking waterfalls and stunning scenic viewpoints that come alive with the vibrant hues of autumn foliage. The rustling leaves and the soothing sound of rushing water create a peaceful and rejuvenating atmosphere, making it a perfect way to start your day in Llanrwst.

Betws-y-Coed, North Wales:

Just a short drive away from Llanrwst lies the enchanting village of Betws-y-Coed, known for its idyllic autumnal charm. One of the must-visit attractions in this area is ‘Tu Hwnt i’r Bont,’ a quaint tearoom located at Inigo Jones Bridge in nearby Llanrwst. This picturesque tearoom is a hidden gem, especially during the autumn season. The scene is truly magical as the entire cottage is adorned with blazing red ivy, creating a captivating display of colours.

Caernarfon is a fantastic place to base yourself when exploring the outstanding region of North Wales, be sure to take a look at our rooms when planning your trip.

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