Motorhome Hire Conwy

The county of Caernarfonshire or Carnarvonshire is a walled market town and a county borough set in Wales. The county was founded in 1284 after English King Edward I’s conquest of all major Welsh settlements and a large portion of the county presently falls within the province of Gwynedd. The county adopted the Celtic language and culture between the years 500 – 300 BC and today the local community mainly speaks Welsh. It’s no surprise the county is hugely popular with as a walking county as it contains the three distinct regions of King Edward Snowdonia, Arfon and Lleyn.

The earliest known communities trace back to the Neolithic Age, and history buffs can take in the sight of crumbling Bronze Age stone circles and Neolithic axe-making sites. During the Early Middle Ages, the count formed part of Gwynedd. King Edward the I erected castles in Caernarfon and Conwy following his conquest of Wales. The booming Industrial Revolution saw the development of many granite quarries and with the introduction of the railway system, the county gained fame as a popular seaside resort.

Today the county of Caernarfonshire holds a wealth of historical and natural attractions, plus the almost endless countryside running down the Menai Straits.

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