4th May 2012
Wales can certainly be called the Land of Castles with over 200 still remaining to visit ranging from earthwork castles, through medieval castles and castles of the Welsh princes, the formidable castles of Edward I and later castles up to the C19th.
Wales Holidays visitors should ensure that their stay in North Wales includes a trip to at least one of these impressive locations! Click Castles and Gardens of Wales for more information.
And according to a VisitBritain report based on research gathered from 10,000 adults in 20 nations around the world, the most popular choice for overseas visitors of things to do in Britain is to go on a tour of the castles of Wales - this even tops a trip to a certain palace in London!
The castles of Edward I are probably the most well-known, and his string of fortresses in North Wales runs from Chirk near Oswestry, via Rhuddlan between Denbigh and Rhyl on the North Wales coast, across to Conwy and Caernarfon, Beaumaris on Anglesey and magnificent Harlech castle on the North Cambrian Coast.
Wales Holidays has an excellent selection of cottages and farmhouses to let in all areas of Wales.