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Visited Beddgelert especially to see gelerts grave as our own dog resembles Gelert. Such a moving story and history of how the lovely town got its name. Beautiful walks along the river from Gelerts grave which at one point crosses the narrow gauge Highland railway...More
We parked in the town and walked down to the river, popping into some of the arts and crafts shops we passed along the way before heading down to see Gelert's grave.
Humbly situated beneath a tree in the middle of a field, surrounded by...More
The entire history of the place in a headstone. The story is a case of bad parenting really and today is no more than a couple of trees above a plaque in a field. The pubs make more of a fuss with ales on tap...More
We visited Gelert's Grave on a Friday evening we parked at an NT car park around a mile away, the walk is nice taking in some beautiful Snowdonian scenary, having heard the story of Gelert when I was younger it was good to come and...More