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If you’re planning a trip across the pond to the UK, why not include a vist to one of Alison’s galleries - in the Alpinesque Snowdonia village of Betws-y-coed and the historic Roman city of Chester?
Betws-y-coed is a beautiful Alpinesque village sitting at the confluence of the Rivers Conwy, Llugwy, and Lledr in Snowdonia. It was the home of Britain's first Artists' Colony from 1844 to 1914 before developing into the popular tourist destination it is today. Whether you prefer a day out in the fresh mountain air or something less energetic, Betws-y-coed is the ideal year-round destination for a day out or short break.
Located on the Welsh border, Chester is one of the North-West's principal destinations. The City was established by the Romans in the first century A.D. and today is internationally famous for attractions including its Roman Amphitheatre, intact City Walls, a unique selection of independent retailers at street level and in the Mediæval Rows, and Britain's oldest racecourse - the Roodee, which hosted its first horse race in 1539.
We know that some of our visitors from USA and Canada like to take a more exciting trip through Snowdonia, like these guys flying through the Mach Loop - but if you’re in the forces, visit either of our galleries and present your ID to get a 10% discount off prints and framing. See full details of our forces discount on our main website.
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