Located in Conwy is the smallest house in
. It was built in the 16th century and was lived in until 1900. The last inhabitant was a fisherman who was six feet and three inches tall. Great Britain
We also had to drop by to what is the longest name in
"Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch". It is quite a mouthful just trying to pronounce it. We tried a few times quite unsuccessfully.
This is known as The Ugly House although it looked beautiful to me. It seems that in the past, he who built a house between sunset and sunrise with the whole walls, roof and chimney am able to claim the freehold. It was rumoured that two outlaw brothers set about building this house made of stone.
Try to take some hikes and walks which we did and we were rewarded with lush greens and streaming waters.
Head to Caernarfon where a castle greets you. Climb up its towers and you get exquisite coastal views.
No trip is complete without a ride up to Snowdonia.
Along the travels, we had to fuel ourselves and we found ourselves making a pit stop at the Fisherman's chip shop in Conwy where the fish and chips were decent.
For dinner, we dropped by at Castell in Caernarfon. It's a great place to chill and hang out. The vibe and service were their stronger points.
Welsh black fillet steak £19.95
Bara Bryth butter pudding, Penderyn ice cream £5.5
It was a great weekend in
1. Click here for information on the Snowdon Railway Ride. Adult return is £25