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Welcome to Plas Dinas Country House

Address: Bontnewydd, Caernarfon, LL54 7YF

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With free Wi-Fi, this historic 400-year-old country house is set in 15 acres of beautiful grounds. It was once the home of Lord Snowdon and Princess Margaret's family, the Armstrong-Jones', and offers 5-star accommodation. Plas Dinas Country House is between the mountains of Snowdonia and the Irish Sea. It has individually designed rooms with original family portraits, a flat-screen TV and Molton Brown toiletries. Breakfast includes cooked and continental options, and is served in the dining room overlooking the picturesque garden. Good road links make Plas Dinas Country House accessible from many of North Wales’s popular attractions. The hotel is only 10 minutes’ drive from the World Heritage site of Caernarfon.

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Caernarfon Town Football Club - Football Club

Caernarfon Town Football Club - Football Club

Distance 2.18 miles (3.48 km)
The clubs nickname "The Canaries" dates back to the yellow and green colours worn in Victorian times. In 1876, an athletics club was formed in Caernarfon to take part in football and cricket, although as early as 1787 Old Karnarvon reported that "the Sunday amusements of the people were football, cockfighting and other similar games". The Carnarvon Athletic Club, as it was known, played the first match on 18th November 1876 against the North Wales Training College the formation was an adventurous 1-2-8 and surprisingly finished a draw. Carnarvon Athletics second match was against Bangor, Athletic lost 1-0 and buoyed by this success the Bangor club were officially formed two days later.