Anglesey and Snowdonia Tour

Snowdonia National Park Tours – touring without the crowds with Boutique Tours
Cultural, Historic and Scenic Photo Friendly Tour Up to 8 Hours Featuring a variety of interesting tour content and attractions

Isle of Anglesey and Snowdonia

Our Anglesey and Snowdonia Tour provides a great contrast of coastal scenery with the magnificent mountain regions of the Snowdonia National Park. We’ll spend the morning on the island touring along the scenic Menai Straits. First up, we visit the town famous for the longest name in Wales, Britain and Europe – Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch. The coastal views don’t come any better than our next stop where we stop on the Menai Straits to witness the spectacular setting of the bridges and the fishing isle with a spectacular backdrop setting of the Snowdonia Mountains. We take in the medieval history with a visit to Beaumaris Castle said to be the best castle that was designed in medieval times. Our lunch stop is set in a beautiful secluded bay on the island, with an 18th century waterside inn serving a great variety of dishes and light bites to suit all tastes. Then in the afternoon we take to the hills and mountains where we tour amongst the most magnificent mountain scenery. Our route takes us through the heart of the Snowdonia National Park. We have secret views and locations that present the most dramatic landscapes, starting with the secret view from the lakeside, then stopping off at the ‘Blade of the Giants’ and going onto discover a stunning local slate quarry with its lagoon. We will tour up into the mountains taking in three different scenic mountain passes and reach out along the most scenic road in Wales to view the summit of Mount Snowdon (distant views – subject to visibility) with one of the most scenic valleys panoramas in the whole of Wales. We then go onto tour along another dramatic glacial valley which is out of reach of the big tour buses. The landscape is breath taking as we follow a single-track road that was originally laid down by the Romans, passing through several sheep farms. There are several stops for photographs and even a chance to take a short walk amongst the most magnificent scenery of the Snowdonia National Park.


No tour to Wales would be complete without visiting the town with the longest name in Britain. It just happens to be on Anglesey where we will stop by for photographs of the famous railway station names and also provide a pronunciation and translation for you and our famous competition!
The View
Enjoy one of the most scenic landscapes in the whole of Wales as you look down over the Menai Straits, with the famous suspension bridge, along with the fishing island and the magnificent backdrop of the Snowdonia and coastal mountains.
Thomas Telford Suspension Bridge
Stop off and enjoy a short scenic short walk along the waters edge, below the bridge and wandering along the ‘Belgium’ promontory to discover the 6th century church of St Tysilio on ‘Church Island’.
Beaumaris Castle
Here you can discover the last hurrah of Edward 1st massive medieval castle building programme in North Wale. Beaumaris Castle is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Lunch at Country Inn, a 18th century inn
Country Inn: Our selected venue for lunch is a beautiful 18th century inn, nestling in the corner of a secluded bay.
Snowdonia National Park
Enjoy the beauty of the mountains and valleys with their stunning glacial lakes. Our route takes us through a former glacial field as we tour through three different scenic mountain passes and along the most scenic road in Wales to view the summit of Mount Snowdon (distant views – subject to visibility) with one of the most scenic valleys in Wales.

We then go onto tour past two glacial lakes as we enter another breathtaking glacial valley. Here we tour along a beautiful glacial valley along a trail that once laid down by the Romans and pass through several sheep farms. There are several stops for photographs and even a chance to take a short walk amongst the most magnificent scenery of the Snowdonia National Park.

You night want to consider dropping the walk along the straits or the visit to Beaumaris Castle and opt in to take a high-speed rib ride along the Menai Straits.

Rib Ride
Take to the water to enjoy, explore and experience the stunning North Wales coastline from a completely different perspective. Take a one hour Rib Ride along the North Wales coastline with its rugged coastline aboard a high speed rib that operate on the Menai Straits. *Tickets start from £25 per person.

Tour Testimonial and Endorsement

“Excellent Tour”

John from Boutique Tours was a fantastic driver and tour guide and I highly recommend his services for your trip to Wales. He is very experienced and passionate about his work, and as a local, he gives a unique and valuable perspective that is priceless. His love for Wales is infectious in the best way. As a guide, he is engaging, humorous, and friendly and shares a wealth of history as well as relevant personal knowledge. His tour vehicle is extremely comfortable, clean, and spacious, and even has USB charging ports for keeping your phones and cameras charged during your tour. He makes sure you get plenty of photo opportunities and the pacing of the tour was perfect and we never felt rushed or bored.
Meredith Hrebenak from Atlanta, Georgia
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It’s your very own private tour and we can custom design the tour itinerary and arrangements to suit what you want to do and see. Our flexibility allows you to make changes to our itineraries. So take something out and add something more appealing to your desires. Alternatively combine an element of this tour with that of another tour. All you have to do is ask and if it is possible then it will be our pleasure to accommodate your wishes.

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