Pale Hall
The Pale Hall, a luxurious Victorian country house situated on the edge of Snowdonia National Park.

Gwynedd in the north west of Wales is dominated by Snowdonia National Park. As well as breathtaking mountain ranges, you could choose anywhere along the Cambrian coastline for your wedding celebrations.

If you or your guests want to extend your stay, you can enjoy fantastic walks in Snowdonia or relax at one of the many popular coastal resorts. There are many tourist attractions, ranging from stately homes to country parks.

For railway enthusiasts there is the Snowdon Mountain Railway that takes you to the summit from Llanberis or little railways like the Llanberis Lake, Bala Lake, Fairbourne, and Talyllyn (from Tywyn), scenic Welsh Highland Railway or the Ffestiniog Railway.

Bodnant Garden, run by the National Trust, has an amazing display of rhododendrons. Norman Penrhyn Castle near Bangor or Plas yn Rhiw, a delightful Regency mansion house at the tip of the Llyn Peninsula would make pleasant days out. If you have kids in tow you can head for Butlin's Starcoast World near Pwllheli. Or for the more sophisticated guests at your wedding, you can recommend, Portmeirion, the Italianate village created by architect, Sir Clough Williams-Ellis.

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