Colwyn Bay to Menai Bridge,
Wales Coast Path North Package 1 – 5 nights, 4 days walking Code (WCPN 1)
DAY 1 : Arrival by train to Colwyn Bay.
Meet and greet where maps and detailed route planners will be handed over and transfer to first night’s accommodation.
DAY 2: Colwyn Bay to Llandudno 7.5 Miles (12 km) Easy walking. A popular
seafront walk via Rhos on Sea passing St. Trillo’s Church, the smallest church in Wales. Climb the Little Orme before descending to the Queen of the Welsh resorts, Llandudno with its Victorian Promenade and pier as well as the longest passenger cable car in Britain.
DAY 3. Llandudno to Conwy. 9 miles . (14 km) Moderate walking. Follow the coast up the Great Orme, a limestone headland, now a spectacular country park full of diverse wildlife and stunning views across the North Wales Coast, Snowdonia and the Isle of Anglesey. The descending path leads to the banks of the river Conwy, ending at the medieval walled town of Conwy and its castle, a World Heritage Site.
DAY 4: Conwy to Llanfairfechan. 8 miles (13 km) Easy walking.
The Wales Coast Path closely follows the coastline to Morfa Conwy and onwards towards Penmaenmawr, an important quarrying town in its heyday, though this industry is no longer a major employer. The town grew as a popular seaside resort for the wealthy in the second half of the 19th century, partly due to the fact Prime Minister William Gladstone holidayed here 11 times.
(The Wales Coast Path gives you the option at Penmaenmawr to take the Mountain Route which takes you inland via the mystical Druid Stone Circle before descending to the vintage seaside resort of Llanfairfechan with views over the Lavan Sands).
DAY 5: Llanfairfechan to Menai Bridge. 13 miles (21 km) Easy walking.
The Lavan Sands is your first port of call today with its diverse and abundant bird life. The site is of importance for wintering water birds, especially Oystercatchers. Pass (and visit) Penrhyn Castle, a National Trust property. Penrhyn Castle is a 19th-century fantasy castle with interesting contents and grounds and exhibits notable paintings by artist such as Rembrandt, Canaletto and Richard Wilson. The trail continues to Bangor pier, along the banks of the Menai Straits ending at the famous Menai Suspension Bridge built by Thomas Telford in 1826. Cross over the bridge onto the Isle of Anglesey.
DAY 6: Departure from BANGOR station.
PRICE: £390 PER PERSON (based on 2 persons sharing)
Included : all accommodations in en-suite rooms, full Welsh breakfast, luggage transfer, pick up to and from path if accommodation not on the path. Packed lunches and evening meals are not included in the price but can be arranged.
Our prices are based on 2 persons sharing a room.
For solo walkers walking on their own, there will be an added charge of £30 per night. For those walking with others, but wanting a single occupancy room, there will be a single supplement charge £20 per night.