Enjoy your journey starting in the capital of the nation, through Wales’ green and mountainous heartland, past imposing castles and finishing up by taking in the scenic beauty of the north coast.

Day 1


Uncover history at Cardiff Castle or reimagine history amid the grand walls of Marvel at the story of Wales in St Fagans National Museum of History. Book a tour of Cardiff’s Principality Stadium or venture underground at the National Showcaves Centre for Wales.

Voco St David’s

Voco St David’s is set on Cardiff Bay’s waterfront, and makes a bold statement, with its glass-fronted façade, private balconies, floor-to-ceiling windows, and coastal setting. The hotel joins the fight against single use plastic by implementing four big sustainable commitments.



The restaurant team works closely with local farmers, gamekeepers and gardeners, to use ethical produce with a huge emphasis on provenance & sustainability.


Day 2

Brecon Beacons

You can enjoy a taste of Wales at the Abergavenny Food Festival, explore the striking landscapes of Brecon Beacons National Park or visit the Big Pit National Coal Museum – part of the Blaenavon Industrial Landscape World Heritage Site.

Greener Places to stay with

We’re proud that more and more accommodation businesses in the Brecon Beacons are gaining the officially approved Green Tourism standard set by the Green Tourism Business Scheme. There are three grades, Bronze, Silver and Gold. The following places to stay have been approved by the scheme.


The Hardwick

They are using ingredients from local producers, which has been handpicked to ensure only the very best quality. On top of that, suppliers are credited on the menu so your guests will know exactly where your dish has come from.


Day 3


You can try inland surfing at Adventure Parc Snowdonia, hike up Wales’ highest mountain – Mount Snowdon or take the Snowdon Mountain Railway. Zoom across the world’s fastest zip-line, Velocity 2 or take a journey to see Swallow Falls waterfall.

Bryn Elltyd Eco House

Powered, completely by RENEWABLE energy since 2013. High-tech eco, greets a balance with nature at this externally accessed, UK award winning, sustainable eco guesthouse.


Places to Eat in Snowdonia

These F&B venues are part of the UK’s Green Traveller Guide.

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Day 4 & 5


Here you can take in the views from the Great Orme Tramway, visit the Summit Cable Car Station, walk to the pier of Llandudno or enjoy a bus tour through the city.

The Imperial

The Imperial is an elegant 4-star hotel, perfectly situated in the heart of the beautiful Llandudno Seafront Promenade with picturesque views across the bay.

The Imperial hotel is proud that it first compiled its Environment Policy back in 1998, long before green issues were in fashion.


Enochs Fish & Chips

Established in 1969 by a local fish merchant, Enochs has become somewhat of an institution in Llandudno. They have also launched their own sustainability project.