Gateway to the Shape of a Nation on the North Wales Coast Path
Travelling out of England, with Liverpool sat parallel across the estuary as you depart, the North Wales Coast Path steers a close course to a winding coastline, scattered with a succession of Victorian seaside resorts. Between the coastal towns, there are many historical sites of interest - such as Bronze/Iron age settlements and Medieval Castles - all bearing testimony to human activity in this region throughout the ages.
The promenades and piers that stretch over the sands are a bright and promising prospect as they appear over the winding hills towards Bangor. One of the most distinctive landmarks of our North Wales walks, the limestone headland of Little Orme lies on the outskirts of Llandudno. Overlooking the Irish sea, the picture postcard seaside town is brought beautifully into view from its peak.
Your route follows the Dee river through Flint, whereupon it widens into an estuary - meeting the coast at Flint Castle. From the mouth of the estuary at Talacre lighthouse the journey is predominantly coastal path as you follow the Gronant dunes out at Prestatyn. The trail through the Victorian resorts along the coast is fairly easy going, with the route through Prestatyn to Llandudno is characterised by promenades, beaches and fields.
The Orme section approaching Conwy is comprised of hill and headland, where you have steep ascents and descents towards Llanfairfechan. The final section of the path is considerably less challenging, with the route skirting around nature reserves and through woodland ares, taking a disused railway line toward the city of Bangor.
Single centre break based in Conwy, exploring the North Wales Coast Path.
Good standard accommodation at a mixture of Guesthouses, Farmhouses, local Inns and B&B’s with en-suite or private facilities wherever possible
Personal transfer between accommodation and path that form a part of our standard package
Walk pack including Trail Guide and mapping, itinerary, accommodation directions and route notes, lunch and dinner information, restaurant recommendations and holiday planning details
You choose which day you would like your holiday to start on. We will book your holiday in accordance with your requirements.
Our North Wales Coast Path holidays are available to walk March to October.
We run walks on this route between Mar - Oct, part of the reason being that the Victorian Seaside Resorts along the North Welsh Coast are truly at the best when the days are longer and brighter.
From Chester, there are regular, direct services to Cardiff as well as London Euston.
From Bangor, there is an eastbound, hourly train with alternate services extended to Birmingham International and Cardiff Central. Change at the eastbound service at Chester for London Euston.
From Chester, the next biggest town/city easily gotten to by bus is Liverpool.
From Bangor, you can reach Aberystwyth, Porthmadog, Machynlleth and Anglesey by bus.
Looking for different mileages or a different number of nights? Please contact us to discuss how our itineraries can be adjusted to meet your specific needs. Call one of our helpful team on +44 (0)1291 689774 or e-mail us here.
North Wales Coast Path Client Reviews
4.8/5 based on 5 reviews
Celtic Trails were very helpful - they worked towards solutions, not problems. They are experienced and efficient. Would recommend.
This was a wonderful experience in Wales, with an abundance of exercise and fresh air. Joanna - June 2022
Celtic Trails are a good way to enjoy a walking holiday - straightforward booking, good organisation. We would recommend them. Liz, Wiltshire - April 2022
I've only walked with Celtic Trails. I would recommend them because everything is as described. R. Pugh - June 2019
Celtic Trails are much better than other companies - friendly service, efficient, reliable and personal. We would recommend them to a friend. R & S Enderli - May 2019
"We loved the diversity of accommodation. Excellent choices and different types of people and home! Very kind people, warm welcome and conditions of stay!" Joly - June 2018
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