In the recent Easter holidays we ticked something off my 2019 travel bucket list which was to visit Snowdonia National Park. We stayed in Machynlleth which is in the Dyfi Valley at the southern tip of the park. In this blog post I will share what we did for three days with kids in Snowdonia, Wales.
You may remember me saying in this recent blog post that I was hoping to book a last minute sunny holiday abroad for a week in the Easter holidays. I had hoped so, but Ben’s work is making potentially 20% of staff redundant in May and regardless of this he wants to go self-employed making handmade rustic furniture and as a handyman in Gloucester so we decided it would be better to not spend so much money on a holiday right now and to have a shorter UK break.
We booked a three night stay at a self-catering apartment which I do not want to mention or give any credit to as it was awful. I wouldn’t return to the accommodation, but I definitely would return to Snowdonia as it’s absolutely beautiful. We barely scratched the surface in three days, but we were so impressed with the places we did visit and see.
Unfortunately we didn’t get to see the biggest mountain which is Snowdon, but of course that means we just have to return to explore more another time!
Here’s what we got up to for three days with a four year old and a six year old in tow… Continue reading “Snowdonia National Park with kids – 3 day travel diary & photos – Cadair Idris, Aberdovey, Harlech Castle”