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Portmeirion & Welsh Mountain Steam

4 Days From £229*
Departing August 2014 - October 2015
* Price shown: 21 Apr 2017 - PWM
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Enjoy a break in beautiful North Wales!

Visit the Italianate village of Portmeirion, famed setting for sixties' cult TV show 'The Prisoner', and enjoy memorable railway journeys taking you coast to coast through stunning mountain scenery. You'll also have the chance to take a tour of Snowdonia, and ride on the recently restored Welsh Highland Railway.

Tour Highlights And Inclusions

  • Coach travel throughout
  • Three nights' dinner, bed and English breakfast accommodation at the two-star Westminster Hotel, Rhyl
  • Entry to Portmeirion
  • Single journeys on the Conwy Valley Railway and Ffestiniog Railway
  • The services of a Newmarket Tour Manager
  • Government taxes and service charges

Single rooms are available for a supplement


Day One

Leaving the local area early this morning we'll head to North Wales. We should arrive in Rhyl in plenty of time for you to unpack and relax before dinner.

Day Two

Today we head to the popular resort of Llandudno, where you'll have plenty of free time to enjoy the beaches, elegant promenades and stylish shops. Alternatively, join our optional full-day excursion and see the spectacular scenery of Llanberis Pass, the pretty village of Beddgelert and the delightful lakeside resort of Llanberis itself.

For many, the excursion's highlight will be a ride on the Welsh Highland Railway. Closed in the 1930s, the line has been under restoration since 1997, and it is now possible to travel the 12 breathtaking miles from Caernarfon to Rhyd-Ddu at the foot of Snowdon.

Day Three

Following breakfast, we'll begin a day of memorable rail journeys. The Conwy Valley Line, one of Britain's most beautiful railways, takes us through heather-clad moors and mountains to Blaenau Ffestiniog. Here we'll transfer to the Ffestiniog Railway for the twisting descent through Snowdonia National Park to Porthmadog.

After lunch, we'll continue to Portmeirion, featured in the popular 1960s TV series 'The Prisoner'. Here, the ornate, colour-washed buildings and Mediterranean Piazza are surrounded by beautiful sub-tropical woodland gardens.

Day Four

Sadly, we take our leave of North Wales today, and head for home. Depending on the traffic and distance to be travelled, we should be back in the local area by early-to-mid evening.


Departure DatePrice From
 Fri 21 Apr 2017£229.00
 Fri 05 May 2017£239.00
 Fri 12 May 2017£239.00
 Fri 19 May 2017£239.00
 Fri 02 Jun 2017£249.00
 Fri 09 Jun 2017£249.00
 Fri 16 Jun 2017£249.00
 Fri 23 Jun 2017£249.00
 Fri 30 Jun 2017£249.00
 Fri 07 Jul 2017£255.00
 Fri 14 Jul 2017£255.00
 Fri 15 Sep 2017£249.00
 Fri 22 Sep 2017£249.00
 Fri 29 Sep 2017£249.00
 Fri 06 Oct 2017£239.00
 Fri 13 Oct 2017£239.00

Westminster Hotel


The friendly, family-owned Westminster is a traditional style hotel situated on the seafront in Rhyl, next to the main shopping centre and promenade attractions.

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Further Information

Replacement locomotives

In the unlikely event of a steam locomotive breaking down, we reserve the right to substitute the engine with a diesel locomotive.

Changes to your itinerary

In certain circumstances it may be necessary to change the order in which the itinerary is operated.

Coach seating arrangements

Your Tour Manager will have allocated seats for you on the main coach in advance, taking into consideration any special requests wherever possible, and will advise you where to sit as you board the coach. This will be your seat for the duration of the tour. (Seats are not allocated on any connecting services to and from the main coach.)

Joining your holiday

Your final travel documents, including the exact time and place of departure, will be sent to you approximately 10 days prior to departure, providing all payments have been made. We are unable to give exact departure times before this.

Meal arrangements

Where meals are not included, your Tour Manager will ensure there are suitable stops made for you to purchase and enjoy lunch and/or dinner each day.

Triple rooms

The majority of these consist of a double bed and an extra bed that is often only suitable for children. If this is a concern, you may wish to consider booking more than one room for your group.

Special requirements

If you have notified us of any special requirements, please check that they have been noted and acknowledged. This is especially important with any dietary needs you may have.

Disabled access

The majority of our tours involve a certain amount of walking, including a short walk from the coach stop to the town, attraction or venue you're visiting. If you are bringing a wheelchair, please let us know at the time of booking so that appropriate arrangements can be made.

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Portmeirion & Welsh Mountain SteamScores 7.9 out of 10 based on 670 reviews
(6 out of 10)


Glastonbury Somerset. Couple
Too many coach stops on journey to Rhyl.

Excursions were good
Confirmed traveller: 17 October 2016
Published on: 02 November 2016
(9 out of 10)


A brilliant driver so helpful, thoughtful, considerate. It's the second time we've had this driver. Would love to have him drive us anywhere. A true gentleman
Confirmed traveller: 17 October 2016
Published on: 01 November 2016
(8 out of 10)


Cheltenham Single traveller
A very good organised trip. Pickup timing spot on. A good holiday for a single person. Hotel had all we needed, good choice Newmarket. I will travel on another trip. Thank you.
Confirmed traveller: 17 October 2016
Published on: 01 November 2016
(8 out of 10)


Barton le Clay, Bedfordshire Couple
Both the tour Manager & the Driver did all they could to make the trip amusing and enjoyable. The train journeys were all excellent and the extra trip worked well too. Comfort stops all worked well especially Llangollen. Hotel food good enough. Hotel ground floor done up well but modernised bedrooms have split shower and toilet/wash basin into two units neither of which had room to swing the proverbial cat. Staff helpful and friendly. Entertainer good enough for this venue.
Pick-up Luton then along A6 to Bedford. We could have been picked up on this route at Barton le Clay (home) on the way as other coach companies do. I know when booking you are not to know which coach company will be employed but when the route is known it would be nice to hear of a more suitable alternative pick up point which might be more convenient for more customers. Our village is popular for this and for some companies is a starting point. All in all good monetary value.
Confirmed traveller: 10 October 2016
Published on: 26 October 2016
(9 out of 10)


Stevenage Family
Over all very good, very pleasant and helpful Driver, Courier was great, the visit to the Snodonia National Park was picturest as the colour was just forming in the Trees etc. we visited a very interesting Slate Museum the person demonstating slitting the slate into Tiles had a great sence of humour. Comfortable hotel.
Confirmed traveller: 10 October 2016
Published on: 26 October 2016
(9 out of 10)


My wife and I thought the food at the hotel could have been better but apart from that we were very satisfied with our trip.
Confirmed traveller: 10 October 2016
Published on: 26 October 2016
(9 out of 10)


Hornchurch Couple
A very well planned break. Hotel good food good
Confirmed traveller: 10 October 2016
Published on: 24 October 2016