A mini break has been organised to North Wales and Snowdonia.

The cost will be £510 for members and £520 per person in a twin/double room to include coach, excursions, bed breakfast and evening meal . The cost unfortunately, and please remember this is beyond our control, for a single supplement is £100 for the duration plus we can only have 4 singles at this supplement. The only consolation is that you will be in a double room but we do realise that single people are penalised but it is the hotel who sets the price. A deposit of £50 per person is payable on booking. We do not have a price for insurance for 2021 but as soon as we receive this we will inform you. It is not obligatory but insurance does cover you if you have to cancel through illness/accident.

Booking form to follow

We will be staying at the Celtic Royal Hotel Caernarfon. This hotel is a firm favourite with groups. The traditional 3 star Celtic Royal Hotel dates back to the 18th century and is centrally located just a ten minute walk away from Caernarfon Harbour. The hotel features it own restaurant, a wood panelled bar and bistro. The en suite bedrooms come equipped with a TV, hairdryer and tea/coffee making facilities. We do have to tell you that there is only one single and one twin room with a walk in shower.

Dinner is a 3 course menu with 3 choices per course, plus a vegetarian option, choice made at dinner. Jugs of water on the table for dinner plus tea/coffee after dinner. Live entertainment on one evening. Free use of leisure facilities.

We will depart am on Monday to go to Chester for a lunch stop. Chester is beautiful with shops called the Rows some of which date from the 13th Century. Chester also has a beautiful Cathedral. In the afternoon we will make our way to our hotel in Caernarfon.

Day 2 we will go to Portmeirion one of the true highlights of North Wales. It is a tiny Italianate Fantasy Village on a private peninsular surrounded by hills. It was designed and built by Sir Clough Williams-Ellis from 1925 to 1975. It is now owned by a charitable trust. Portmeirion is also famous for it pottery. (for those that remember it was used in the Prisoner 1967 - 1968 television series with Patrick McGoohan).

Day 3 we will take a return journey on the Snowdon Mountain Railway (Diesel Service), It runs to the top of Mount Snowdon from Llanberis for 4.7 miles. We will have time in Llanberis and a drive through Snowdonia National Park

Day 4 We will visit Caernarfon Castle plus have a half day visit to Anglesey across the Menai Straights. We will be accompanied by a local guide. Caernarfon Castle is famous for successive Prince of Wales having their Investiture.

Day 5 sadly we will leave our hotel to journey back via Betws-y-coed a beautiful village in North Wales.