Cotswolds Outdoor - Royal Oak Store
- Betws-y-Coed Conwy
- phone: 01690 710710
People come to Betws-y-Coed for many reasons. Some come for the scenery, some for the climbing, the hiking, the biking, the camping or the riverside walks. Cotswold came to Betws-y-Coed to make a difference. We are still here thanks to one thing and one thing only... you, our customers. Since October 1990 we have done everything we can to help you get what you want from your visit. Some people want excitement, others safety. Some want adventure, some want tranquillity. Whatever you're after we have the equipment and expert staff to help you make the most of your stay. We are proud to have helped you exhaust the limits of the possible for the last 20 years, and we look forward to helping you all again in the future.
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Hawkshead Outdoor Limited
- Betws-y-Coed Conwy
- phone: 01690 710492
Outdoor clothing, footwear and accessories for the family, as well as doggie treats for your four legged friends.
Hawkshead loves the Great British Outdoors! We also love to offer people ranges of clothing, footwear and accessories which are designed for stylish, comfortable and practical performance to meet the demands of everyone from the seasoned adventurer to the weekend rambler. And we wont forget our four legged friends who will delight in the range of accessories and treats available.
Whatever your favourite outdoor activity, there is plenty of choice - from technical outdoor to urban fashion - and all at amazingly low prices. Check out the new Autumn/Winter ranges at our Betws-Y-Coed store where our staff will give you fantastic advice on any of the products in-store. All our staff have a wealth of knowledge and as they all live in the local area, they can share some real secrets into the places to see and the activities to do.
Trefriw Woollen Mills
- Trefriw Conwy
- phone: 01492 640462
Welsh "tapestry" bedspreads have been woven at Trefriw Woollen Mills for over 100 years. The choice of colourings is both classic and contemporary and the timeless geometric pattern compliments both modern and traditional homes. The designs are very clear because two cloths are woven on top of each other and the figuring is created when the bottom cloth is brought to the surface of the fabric.
This double weave is also produced in patterns with smaller repeats which are used for throws, cushions, waistcoats, dinner sets and purses.
Tapestry products can be ordered on-line at website link.
Tweedmill Factory Outlets
- St Asaph Denbighshire
- phone: 01745 730 072
We have over 30,000 sq.ft. of fantastic bargains all under one roof. Stress-Free shopping at its best! Choose from our comprehensive range of Womenswear & Menswear, Shoes, Home Accessories and Gifts or why not take time to relax and enjoy a meal prepared by our resident chefs in Drapers Cafe-Bar or enjoy a snack in the Warehouse Cafe. Shopping trips and coach tours are always welcome.
Dave Newbould - Origins Photography
- Llanbedr Gwynedd
- phone: 01341 241538
I am privileged to live in a beautiful area of Snowdonia in the north west of Wales. There are few places where rocky peaks can be found overlooking long sandy beaches. In between are sparkling lakes and fresh white-water rivers run through native oak woodland. The land of Wales has such a great variety of landscapes for a small country. The plentiful supply of water from above ensures a lush and green surrounding, and a regular supply of sun (yes, really!) lights it to perfection. This is not always a chocolate box landscape the many ages of Welsh culture have melted into 'the land that God made'.
Uncle Peter's Fudge Company
- Llangollen Denbighshire
- phone: 01978 860005
Its quite a leap from being a hotel manager to running an award winning fudge company but, for Peter Tofalos, it was more a series of small steps. He trained as a restaurateur and hotel manager -both stressful and demanding professions - and it was a friend who suggested taking up painting for relaxation. Watercolour painting became a passion and a natural progression was to buy a gift shop in which they could be displayed for sale.