Win a Log Cabin break in Snowdonia + a Wishbone bike!

Babi Pur Bike Trawsfynydd Holiday Competition

Babi Pur have teamed up with a great local log cabin holiday company ‘Trawsfynydd Holiday Village’   based here in beautiful Snowdonia to offer two amazing prizes,  a fantastic weekend break AND a superb  limited edition 3 in 1 Wishbone bike:

  1. Trawsfynydd Holiday Village offers family friendly log cabin holiday accommodation throughout the year and are giving away a fantastic weekend break in THIS gold graded 3 bedroom log cabin sleeping 6 from  the 18th-20th May worth £270!
  2. To celebrate the launch of the new Wishbone 3 in 1 bike on the Babi Pur website we’re also throwing in one of these limited edition bikes worth £200 kindly provided by the UK distributor Cheeky Rascals.

By entering this competition you could be enjoying the wonderful landscape of the Snowdonia national park with its stunning local beaches, mountains and rivers.  Just down the road from Trawsfynydd holiday village is Coed y Brenin forest park and mountain bike centre with pram/wheelchair friendly walks, perfect for your child to zoom around on their new wishbone bike.

How to enter

Complete this sentence by commenting below..  “On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to . . . . .”            if you need ideas go to this things to do in Snowdonia page

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Entries must be in by midnight 19th March 2012

This competition is now closed..!  Thanks to everyone who entered, the winning comment was No.360

660 Comments

  1. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to see The views, the abundance of wildlife and unusual birds including the Nuthatch, Bullfinch, Jay, and the more usual birds, tits, chaffinches, robins, magpies along with their babies. A walk around a lake would be beautiful, find the wonderful waterfall where there would be a heron fishing for his supper. One good thing about the rain is that it makes the waterfalls that much more splendid.

  2. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to explore the caves, my boys have never been inside a cave yet when I was their age I was in love with them and had seen many, though never any in Wales. Would love to visit the beautiful beaches, in fact there’s far too much to list here, think we would need a return visit.

  3. go to the narrow gauge railway. its wonderful to show children the way the people used to travel and is a wonderful way to see the terrific scenery in this area

  4. On our trip to Snowdonia I would love to be able to take my hubby to be and our two girls there for a holiday. we are getting married and can’t afford a honeymoon so it would be fantastic for us all to have a trip to Snowdonia. to be able to walk in the countryside and do lots of exploring! would be a trip of a lifetime for us!

  5. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to get some much needed family time. Enjoying the scenery and each others company. Long walks and a visit to the markets would be idyllic.

  6. climb Snowdon! I did it a few years ago and the experience was wonderful. We would also Take a trip on the Mountain Railway and have a lovely cup of tea at the top admiring the views!

  7. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to absorb the fresh air and take in the marvellous surroundings as we explore as a new family.

  8. On our trip to Snowdonia we would… love to enjoy having a family holiday (it’s been 4 years). My 9 month old daughter is an animal lover, so the wildlife there would fascinate her curiosity!
    We used to live in the countryside but now live in the city, so the thought of going for long walks in nature again is dreamy!
    We also have family in Bangor who haven’t met our little one yet, so it would be great to get to spend some time with them.
    And last but not least, being from Canada the thought of getting to visit more castles is so exciting, the little kid in me comes out!

  9. Visit little country villages, see snowdonia in all its glory, explore the quiet beaches and of course buy a little welsh doll to remind us of the wonderful time we had.

  10. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to enjoy some special family time together whether it be in historic castles, cosy family pubs, exploring the great outdoors or enjoying a wonderful log cabin sheltered from the inevitable rain storm!
    🙂

  11. on our trip to snowdonia we would enjoy some quality time as a family exploring the beautiful north wales countyside. i used to be a scout(queen scout in fact) and i’ve not enjoyed the outdoors for a while due to ill health- 3 operations in the space of 18 months then 2 years later had my miracle baby . any way would love the chance and opertunity to enjoy the outdoors with my little one on daddys back ( we would need to buy a rucksack carrier thing first lol )

    and to explore the welsh coast which brings back very happy childhood memories .

    my fiance is from north wales so he could show me all his favorite places .

  12. “On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to . . . . practice on the beach with the wishbone bike (our adopted daughter has some coordination problems, so this would be fab), fly our big kite on the beach, visit one of the wonderful caves, of course go hill walking, go for a trek on horseback before relaxing in this great log cabin. It would be great to go away for a weekend and leave all the stress behind and have some very treasured family time.”
    Thanks for this fab competition

  13. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to visit the Animal puzzle trail and adventure playground i’m sure my daughter would really enjoy herself there but above all would we would just love to spend some quality time together as a family in wonderful surroundings. Pob lwc pawb. 🙂

  14. “On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to have quality time as a little family, my partner only see’s his daughter everyother weekend and I have to shar emy little beauty with her daddy every other weekend too, we really appreciate quality time spent outdoors, walking, talking, taking in the beautiful views and doing nature trails,drawing animals and making lovely pictures with what we collected on the way. This would be fabulous for us to win as we have not been away for over 12 months and my partner has never been away with his daughter, so I would love to suprise him .”

  15. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to see the stunning vista’s, climb a small hill, or large mountain, skim a stone over some lakes, and generally enjoy the fresh air, peace and tranquility. Beats living in a city anyway, even if it’ll only be for a weekend.

  16. to roll down a mountain, roll by a lake, roll with Mum, roll with Dad, roll with the doggies, roll through a forest, roll under a great blue sky and be free!

  17. I would love to climb Snowdon, have cosy evenings in the log cabin. Not to mention all the photo opportunities. It certainly would be a dream holiday!

  18. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to breathe some clean air for a change! And pick up a Welsh accent.

    😀

  19. I would love to win this break…… it would be a chance to enjoy nature, explore the countyrside, climb a mountain and inhale fresh unpolluted air. I would love to get away and cut off all of the mundane everyday things that can so easily distract us from enjoying every second with our 2 beautiful boys. My 2 year old would also LOVE that bike! 😉

  20. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to ‘Ewch allan a mwynhau’r amrywiaeth bwyd yn Eryri’ Get out and experience the variety of life in Snowdonia, from the snowdon lily and the slender green feather moss where fairies hide to the illusive otter and enjoy the lesser horseshoe bats swooping at twilight …. Oh how we miss Snowdonia

  21. On out trip to snowdonia we would love to go rock climbing, walking, mountian biking ans spending time as a family as my husband works over time every weekend so we would just love to sepend time all togeather.

  22. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to climb Snowdon, go for long country walks and bike-ride through the forest, stroll along the beach.. Dreamy.

  23. Enjoying the fresh air, mountain and coastal scenery while on a long mountain walk. Snowdonia is not just about mountains, it’s got a lot more.

  24. On my visit to Snowdonia, I would like to show my grandchildren the wonder and the natural beauty of Wales. 5 months ago, my husband passed away very suddently, and we had always promised our granchildren that we would, one day, walk up Snowndon with them. Tragically it will not be possible for both of us to accompany them, but I am determined to bring them to Snowdonia and to show them Betws y Coed, Gelert’s Grave, the steam train in Porthmadog, and also cycle in Coed y Brenin.

    Please will you give me the opportunity to carry out my dreams?

  25. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to sit, relax and enjoy the peace and tranquillity mixed with the sound of birds and wildlife in the morning eating breakfast; then walk and play in the countryside and reach the highest peak of Snowdon to look down on the beauty of Wales with a picnic for lunch; then enjoy some local produce and wine by a roaring fire in a country pub for dinner and finally have a peaceful and calm sleep in a log cabin to end the day!

  26. On our trip to snowdonia, I should love to treat my family – son(just separated from his wife) and grandaughter 6 1/2, and my other son, fiancee and grandaughter 2 1/2 – to a wonderful relaxing family time surrounded my countryside that we all love so much but rarely get a chance to visit together.

  27. On our trip to Sniwdonia we would love to run, hop, skip, jump, walk, eat, sleep, jump, giggle and bask in the glory at the UK’s wonderful landscape.

  28. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to have a beautiful relaxing break with our 19 month old before he becomes a big brother! He is always exploring and loves all things to do with nature so it would be a wonderful experience for him. My husband and I enjoyed our honeymoon in Snowdonia and have always wanted to take our little boy. The log cabins look stunning as do the Wishbone Bikes, what a treat up for grabs 🙂

  29. On our trip to Snowdonia in a log cabin, I’d like to take the kids out of the concrete jungle of London and allow them to experience fresh air, mountain views and coastal scenery. And just for fun, I would like to visit the railway station and see if our 3.5 year daughter, can say Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch! Just trying to pronounce it, should give the family hours of entertainment and enjoyment ;o)

  30. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to relax as a family of 3 before we become a family of 4 in July! It’s unlikely we’ll get to go on holiday due to money being tight – this seriously would give us a much needed break!

  31. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to see Harlech Castle, explore King Arthur’s Labyrinth and experience mountain biking trail the MinorTaur! ♥

  32. On our trip to Snowdonia in a log cabin we’d love to glimpse an osprey at Glaslyn, conquer a castle at Cadw and see a child bowl along a beach on a wishbone bike. We’d breathe some clean air, relax and go home refreshed.

  33. On our trip to Snowdonia I’d probably climb Snowdon for the 4th time and get to see the places I havent been to yet.

  34. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to take our daughters to Borth-y-Gest where i lived as a child. It would be very special to sharethis with them. I would also be able to catch up with my oldest friend!

  35. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to get out and about in the fresh air with the kids, picnic, walk and ride our bikes and at the end of the day snuggle up in our log cabin

  36. My dad used to take us there when we were little. I would love to take my kids on the boat ride on the lake where you paddle yourself (do they still do that??) . I would also love to take them up snowdonia, to see the beautifull views, and then take the train down. They would love it. I live in Wales ands its places like Snowdonia that shows off how beautifull Wales really is. Some of my best memories growing up was in Llanberis, but never actually been up Snowdonia 🙂

  37. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to explore and see the sites galore and the kids would be in awe of the special place that is Snowdonia @kikicomp

  38. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to . . . . . explore all the wonderful countryside north wales has to offer!

  39. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to see the beautiful Welsh scenery as a family. My children are getting to the age where they will be doing there own things soon, and it would be great to have a brilliant holiday alltogether

  40. We would love to go on the Snowdon Mountain Railway that leaves from Llanberis and takes you to the “Rooftop of Wales”

  41. On our trip to Snowdonia we would definitely visit King Arthur’s Labyrinth!
    With two teenagers and a 6 year old who all have great imaginations and who love legend & folklore this would be a perfect trip!
    It is also accessible enough for me, which is a blessing as being disabled these types of excursions normally rule me out, sadly.

  42. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to stomp up snowdon with our baby Daisy. This would be her first taste of the mountains, and what better place to go than Snowdonia!! We already promised Daisy we would take her this year, and to stay in a log cabin would definately be a step up from the tent!

  43. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to visit Aber falls to retrace steps from my childhood (a beautiful waterfall with a great shallow river to paddle in), and take our children for their first trip up Snowdon.

  44. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to breathe in the fresh mountain air and go for fab walks with our little girl!

  45. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to….
    Explore mountains,forests and vales
    Where Nature’s magic never fails
    Even if winter weather prevails
    We’d don wet gear and hit the trails.

  46. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to wander the hills and explore with our baby girl and watch her delight at seeing the wildlife.

  47. On our holiday to snowdinia we would enjoy some lovely mountain air and quality family time, maybe a hike or two, but mainly probably just end uo enjoying the local food like we do on every trip we make lol

  48. It would have to be walk up Snowdon again, the children enjoyed a picnic half way up (and loved the icecream from the pub at the bottom), it would be lovely to do it again, walking up Penyfan with them just isn’t the same

  49. on our trip to snowdonia we would love to… climb up tryfan with the kids on our backs (in backpacks 🙂 and then treat them to lunch in Pen-Y-Gwryd Hotel where mountaineering legends have sat before. Maybe we can plan our Everest expedition too 🙂

  50. On our trip to Snowdonia we’d probably get muddy! Brilliant place for mountain biking, it’d give the children a chance to see and try some proper mountains rather than the flats of Eastern England.

  51. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to…. Climb to the top of Snowndon again and show our children the fabulous views, as last time we we walked up to the Sumitt was on our second wedding anniversary when I was 6 weeks pregnant with my daughter! It would be amazing to show her the breathtaking views from the outside of my belly! It is a very special place to our family :0)

  52. On our trip to snowdonia we would love to climb the great and little ormes, take the train up snowdon, see conway and Caernarfon castles. Do all the things I did and loved, with my parents there every year when I was little!

  53. We, that’s my new twins, their big brother and my hubby would just love to escape the daily chores and just live, love and enjoy Snowdonia and all that it has to offer families like us.

  54. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to invite our aunt and uncle and their friend so that we would have 6 people in the cabin. It would be wonderful to wake up together with the beautiful view of the mountains. Together, we would definately like to visit King Arthur’s labyrinth, have lunch in the Italian styled village in Portmerion and paddle in the sea along the Black Rock Sands beach. Our 3 year old daughter has just learned to cycle a tricycle and she would enjoy cycling the Wishbone bike along the paths. There are so many fun activities for everyone, abseiling in the caves near Betws-y-Coed for me, canoeing on Lake Bala for my husband and we would all like to see the ospreys at the Glaslyn Osprey Project nearby.

  55. “On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to take the ffestiniog steam train. My son would love it. We could stop off at Beddgelert and then take a walk to see Gelert Grave – lovely story. I would love to watch the sun set over Snowdon and just have the time to enjoy the beauty that it Snowdownia.”

  56. we would love to take the train up snowdon (our baby is obsessed with choochoos) and teach him how to ride his bike in the beautiful countryside.

  57. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to take the boys to the beach and to travel on a steam railway. They are only 1 and 2 so anything we did would be a new experience for them, so just being away from home in beautiful surroundings would be wonderful. We’d also definitely have to visit Pili Palas’ meerkats too! I’ve been wanting to visit the Centre for Alternative Technology for years and years, but have never been close enough, so that would be my special treat…

  58. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to chilax….get wet in the rain, sit by the fire and not to think about anything else.

  59. do everything as a family, try out each others idea’s, laugh smile and have fun…life is so busy we really need to just relax …

  60. On our trip to Snowdonia we would be able to spend some lovely time together as a family, go for long walks and maybe a bike ride, enjoy the beautiful sights and delicious foods.

  61. I would love to visit Snowdonia, i’ve never been to Wales and in desperate need of a break. Some fresh air, a few hikes, a trip on the railway and some relaxing evenings would be a dream come true right now. Great prize.

  62. On our trip to Snowdonia we would like to introduce our baby daughter to the beauty of the welsh mountains. Maybe taking her on a walk up Moel Siabod for some breathtaking views over Snowdonia National Park.

  63. On our visit we would like to take our children to Animal Puzzle Trail and Adventure Playground at Coed y Brenin Forest park. Friends of ours have been and we would love the chance to take our children. Have liked the links on facebook and shared facebook name – millie cross. Have tweeted @milliemoo777777

  64. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to visit King Arthurs Labyrinth and return to Greenwood Forest Park for a great day out. The kids really enjoyed it last night and it would be great to see the smiles on their faces again as we went back.

  65. climb to the summit and admire the stunning scenery, then enjoy a cuppa in the cafe, we would also take a trip on the train to enjoy the views in comfort, but most of all we would enjoy the wonderful clean fresh air

  66. On our trip to snowdonia we would love to ride the narrow guage railway. My sons would love to ride the trains to feed the ducks and my dad would love to go to the rspb centre to see the osprey. My husband would just love to ride the train! I would love to go pony trekking on the beach while they’re riding trains all day!!! And enjoy the peace and quiet of the mountains 🙂

  67. “On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to visit Caernarfon, Conwy and Penrhyn Castles, Corris Craft Centre, go bird watching & see the local wildlife

  68. On my trip to Snowdonia I want to hike
    up the mountain with my bike
    and then peddle fast over the Marin Trail
    then off to Bala Lake for a bit of a sail
    Time out and cool off on the beach at Fairbourne
    then back to our cabin as we leave at dawn

  69. On our trip to Snowdonia we would like to walk up the Snowdon Watkin path past the beautiful waterfalls to our favourite picnic spot and feel alive again after our winter hibernation!

  70. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to . . . . .breathe fresh air, walk as a family, and then lounge around the log cabin with our little ones whilst the tweens go fishing and bird watching. Something for everyone!

  71. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to take long walks with our dog Bobo and 8 year old twins Hillary and Bertie…

  72. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to walk up Snowdon, take our children to see a slate and copper mine to support them learning about natural resources and one of the many events/festivals where they can experience Welsh language, food, and customs.

  73. It would be amazing to get back to Wales where my husband and I met on a mountain biking weekend in 2008. He is from Scotland, I am from Engand, so we always find it remarkable we had to go to Wales to meet! We’ve since had a baby, who Is the perfect size for the little bike on offer.

  74. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to chug back in time on the Ffestiniog Railway, just like Thomas and his friends in my little boy’s favourite book.

  75. On our trip to Snowdonia we would like to climb Snowden again as we did beore on our previous visit. We would love to walk up the Pyg track then down the miners track to take in the great views and maybe this time the summit won’t be misty!

  76. …to explore the one of the most beautiful countrysides in UK. I’ve never been to Wales, so trip to Snowdonia ould be a dream come true.

  77. Enjoy all the wonderful wildlife and birds, explore the caves and watch the beautiful waterfall. The whole family would love this.

  78. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to . . . . .” walk up Devil’s Kitchen to the Cantilever as last time it was so foggy.

  79. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to eat fish and chips on the beach (kids). Visit the Helfa Gelf /Art Trail (Mummy). Take the kids and Daddy to Electric Mountain, Llanberis. Nanny will be happy shopping at the unique Corris Craft Centre. And finally Grandad can’t visit Wales without going on the wonderful Snowdon Mountain Railway. Truly something for everyone to enjoy a fantastic holiday!

  80. Go up Snowdon on the mountain railway. We did this a few years ago and the view is amazing!!
    Have liked on facebook and tweeted @hawkster2010

  81. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love take our granddaughter on the Snowdon Mountain Railway, give her space to learn to ride her Trike and enjoy the freshness of the mountains.

  82. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to Breathe the fresh air, Walk the well trodden paths,appreciate the beauty and remember it forever

  83. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to spend some quality family time together, just relaxing and enjoying the stunning scenery and open air. Enough said!

  84. ……..spent quality time together as a family, going on walks in the fresh air away from the fumes of the city. Our little boy is 2 in April and we had a new arrival 2 months ago our little princess, so a break away in gorgeous smowdonia would be amazing and just what we need.

  85. On our trip to Snowdonia, we would love to spend time together as a family. My little boy has special needs and loves sensory activities… a trip to a sandy beach would suit him down to the ground!!! Feeling the sand between his little toes and going for a paddle would provide an amazing experience.. the older girls would love to do some climbing/caving and then me and the other half could round off the weekend with a trip on the railway taking in spectacular scenery… but just seeing the kids enjoying a weekend together is priceless!!!

  86. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to,spend quality time as a family. It would greatly be appreciated in the stunning environment snowdonia provides for everyone. The best part it is not too far from home.

  87. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to have the time to explore and enjoy the surroundings as a family. My son would love to have a ride on the Ffestiniog Railway, he loves trains and although has learning difficulties he likes to find out all the facts about things. My daughter would love the idea of feeding the ducks and seeing lots of the local wildlife, but most of all it would be a really exciting, yet calming break for all the family.

  88. We would love to enjoy a beautiful nature, relaxing environment and to explore the surroundings as a family, me, my little sweet boy and dear husband.

  89. We’ve always wanted to visit Snowdonia but the arrival of our wee one has delayed that visit! We love the outdoors and are dying to introduce our girl to the waterfalls, wildlife and scenery of Wales.

  90. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to …

    zoom up and down mountains on little steam trains; drink nice local brews; wander on hills and in forests and take in the beautiful vistas across to the coast; let our 2 year old practice saying “Bore Da” to people; chase naughty sheep; raid a few castles…
    Well maybe not the last two, but we would love to visit castles)

  91. visit Penrhyn castle and check out the fantastic views of Snowdonia and see the grounds and the dolls museum, gorgeous Victorian kitchens, railway museum and adventure playground

  92. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to celebrate the family we are. Leaving the last year full of illness, loss of loved ones and crippling PND behind. Create great memories that will give us light and warmth on rainy days.

  93. on our trip to snowdonia , me and my family would love to visit electric mountain in llanberis and walk up the real mountains .

  94. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to . . . .
    go up the great orme and then come down on the cable car with my little girl. She’d love it! Then to run off her energy I’d go to the play centre or the fun centre and hopefully my little monster will be fast asleep so we can relax in the bar!

  95. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to have a bit of family time away from hospitals & take in some fresh air…its been a hard three years for our family since my 10y old daughter became ill with osteosarcoma
    2012 is the year we are going to make memories that will last a lifetime

  96. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to celebrate our 10th anniversary in one of the most beautiful places we’ve visited. Maybe climb Snowdon again by another route, basically relax and enjoy the peace, quiet and wonderful views.

  97. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to see sheeps eating while vaulted! It was so funny! Sheeps from my country stays always together and never eats vaulted!
    Snowdon and her train!

    Our baby will love as many as you loved!

  98. Visit the Centre for Alternative Technology, get our kids out in the open air, breathe in the fresh mountain air and observe the natural beauty.

  99. On our trip to Snowdonia we see the world from the top of the mountain, and my little boy wants to climb the mountain to get to space

  100. On our trip to Snowdonia we would like our little one to toddle up the mountain because the last time he was in a sling! Maybe just a few steps then.

  101. We’d like to enjoy our first break away as a newly weds in the beautiful countryside of the snowdonian mountains by exploring the stunning scenery though walks bikerides and taking photos of the most picturesque locations. Enjoying a romantic weekend 🙂

  102. on our trip to snowdonia we would love to take our babies to all the amazing places we love so much and spent all our childhood holidays. we had a holiday at the log cabin every summer for many years and would really love to share this with them somethin

  103. finally drag my boyfriend for a walk up Snowdon and hopefully get a lovely clear view of Anglesey xx

  104. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to revisit the lovely area and mountain, as this is where we had our first holiday together as a couple

  105. “On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to . . . . spend time together as it would be our very first family holiday with our 2 boys! Everything else would be a bonus!

  106. “On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to just take in the mountain views, see Snowdon, maybe get lucky and see a honey buzzard, first ones sighted for years here. More than this just all be together away from routine and share good family moments, not forgetting eating Welsh cakes!

  107. First on y list of things to do would be to visit Criccieth Castle to experience just a little of the feeling that made this wonderful natural country the place it is today. Theres nothing wuite like standing in a place of this magnificence and just looking round you imagining yourself all those years ago.

  108. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to spend time together as a family. In four and a half years, we’ve only had one short family holiday – it would be so wonderful to have a week away together.

  109. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to show our little girl a mountain for the first time and have a go at walking up it!

  110. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to spend some time together as a family (we’d take some rellies with us too!) and enjoy the stunning scenery.

  111. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to run and skip and jump and climb and bike…. aha! oho! find trail showing us where to go… find a Stick Man… a ladybird… have hot chocolates and probably make up a few more songs along the way. Hmm, here’s dreaming Zzz

  112. On our trip to Snowdonia we would… love to enjoy having a family holiday and visit the beautiful castles toghether with my family

  113. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to enjoy being a family away from work, stress and to-do lists!

  114. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to… enjoy our first holiday as a family and introduce our little girl to fresh air, beautiful views and a relaxed mummy and daddy!

  115. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to have adventures with our children and enjoy walks and time on the beaches.

  116. If we were lucky and won this trip
    we would chill
    relax in the log cabin – brill
    see the countryside -far and wide
    children at our side

  117. on our trip to snowdonia we would love to go mountain biking explore the caves visit the historic castles and have fun on the beaches
    while relaxing later sampling the great food

  118. On our trip we would love to enjoy the beautiful scenery, take hikes with littlun snuggled in his sling & stop for picnics with flask tea.

  119. On our trip to Snowdonia we would take our 19 mth old daughter down the lower treweryn. She loves the water and the rapids and is happiest in the canoe. Following that we would take our little mountaineer up to the top of Snowdonia and start her on a life of high peaks of which she is named after the fourth highest in the world.

  120. On our trip to Snowdonia we would paddle down the lower treweryn with our 19mth old who just loves the water and rapids and being in the canoe. We would then of course hike up Snowdon and get her started on her high peak check list. Our little mountaineer is named after the 4th highest mountain in the world

  121. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to trek up Snowdon with our 2 year old and new baby and revel in the quiet beautiful scenery being so far away from the hustle and bustle of city life. I daresay we might also very much enjoy the space as life aboard a sailing boat can get a tad claustrophobic at times!

  122. On our trip to Snowdonia we would:
    Ride the Marin Trail, hubby’s latest craze
    Dig for treasure on Barmouth Beach
    Get lost in the Conwy Valley Maze
    And find Snowdon’s summit just out of reach!

  123. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to
    sit back and relax amongst the beautifull and heritage rich scenery of the national park.

  124. On our trip to Snowdonia, we would love to enjoy the beautiful scenery and fresh air by cycling around the Trails. We would especially like to try out the new family friendly mountain bike trail around Tranygrisiau Lake.

  125. On our trip to Snowdonia we would like to visit Llechwedd Slate Caverns and see the wonders that are beneath us – would be such amazing trip to experience the natural beauty of these caverns

  126. What better a place for a relaxing break. The land of my fathers. Beatifull part of the country with breathtaking views and scenic walks. Following on twitter and facebook. x

  127. relax. I’d like to get back in touch with nature and reconnect with the simple things. Staying in a log cabin in Snowdonia would be, to me, a sensual experience. I’d be seeing the clear vistas above the mountains, hearing the cries of the Red Kytes wheeling above, tasting the hot chocolate and bara brith once back at the cabin, and feeling centered, warmed and invigorated by such a gold graded holiday.

  128. “On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to go mountain biking,

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  129. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to explore its beautiful surroundings, celebrate daddy’s big birthday and have our first family holidays together.

  130. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to;
    Rise at dawn, stretch and yawn,
    Breakfast time then Snowdon to climb,
    On the peak with legs all weak,
    Such stunning views with colourful hues,
    Time to eat after such a feat,
    For child of nine now feeling fine,
    Eat like Hogs, sleep like logs,
    Now it’s bed time all snug in the cabin of pine.

  131. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to;
    live just like the true Welsh people in the area have done. To do what they did and lived 200 years ago, 100 years ago, 50 years ago and today. It would be a fantastic experience and would be a wonderful way of understanding and passing on the Welsh heritage for generations to come.Cymru am byth

  132. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to explore the countryside and wonder at the views, eat the local produce and enjoy the warm and cosy log cabin!

  133. On our trip to snowdonia we would have soo much to do. Llama trecking followed by a visit to the caves, King Arthurs Labrynth and of course the Welsh mountain zoo phew!

  134. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to . . . .
    Visit as many beaches as possible, living in the midlands means its not very often we get to see the sea & my son loves it so much. He would also love to explore some caves :O)
    @emmav6

  135. On our trip to snowdonia, we would relax together as a family, me and hubby work shifts so don’t get much quality time together with the kids.
    I would go for walks and work of my winter fat and teach my little ones how to ride their bikes ahhh sounds idyllic .
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  136. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to climb the mountain of coures where i will be waiting for a proposal as thats where my partner says he would like to ask me to marry him!

  137. On our trip to Snowdonia, we would love to get away from city life and enjoy some relaxing time with the kids. We cant afford to get away this year as im on maternity leave. My 3 year old loves the outdoors – beaches, forest parks, adventure playgrounds, steam trains and farm parks – her ideal!

  138. ON OUR TRIP TO SNOWDONIA we would make memories to last a lifetime!It would be our very first holiday as a family, since two became 3.

    We would fill our time exploring the beaches, going for long ambling walks, enjoying the beautiful scenery, braving a cave or two, having picnics (mostly consisting of cake- that’s what holidays are for afterall…) and making plans for our next visit 🙂

  139. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to celebrate our daughter turning one by taking her to the beach, showing her the views from the top of Snowdon and having a day out to Coed y Brenin Forest Park so she can see her favourite things, trees!

  140. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to zoom, walk, climb, look, smell, hear, experience, eat, drink and relax.

  141. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to celebrate our daughter turning one by taking her to the beach, showing her the views from the top of Snowdon and having a day out at Coedy forest park so she can see her favourite things, trees!

  142. On our trip to Snowdonia I’d love to climb the mountain in stilettos like Pauline Mole 😉 More seriously, I’d enjoy the heck out of my new family’s first holiday – I’m having labour pains as I type, so here’s hoping my first baby will be here soon!

  143. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to enjoy the breath-taking views from our bicycle seats! We would love to take the Narrow Gauge Railway up to the peak and then relax at Trawsfynydd Holiday Village!

    A perfect base for a fun-filled weekend!

  144. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to spend as much time as a family. Having served in the Royal Air Force for 26 years my husband will be made redundant in a August and this holiday would be perfect for our 2 young children to spend lots of quality time with their Daddy, having lots of fun.

  145. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to visit Betws-y-coed and admire Swallow Falls and sample some traditional welsh food.

  146. On our trip to snowdonia we would love to hike with our two babies on our backs and have them see mountains for the first time.

  147. Am already a fan of the Trawsfynydd Holiday Village Facebook page

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  148. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to take my parents, who climbed Tryfan on their first date! My father, now 81, and my son, 2, would have a marvellous time on some of the leisurely walks in the area, and we could enjoy picnics while admiring the breathtaking mountains and drinking a pint of local ale at the Pen-Y-Gwryd Hotel.

  149. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to not speak on a phone, check an email or answer a text. It will be quiet – save our kids giggles – and peaceful.

  150. On our trip to Snowdonia we would enjoy the views, have a coffee in Betwy-coed, see the Castle at Conwy and walk on the beach at LLandudno.

  151. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to take the children llama trekking at Morfa Bychan; what a wonderful experience this would be for the whole family, an experience never to be forget and a firm friend in a llama forever

  152. See everything possible while we are there,
    So much to see and share!
    Even if raining, we won’t care!
    (I only wish I was small enough to have a ride on that lovely bike!)

  153. I’ve signed up to receive newsletters from Trawsfynydd Holiday Village by email.

    It’s that time of year (when the weather starts to improve) that I start thinking of holidays, this year, like last year, we will be holidaying in the UK, Trawsfynydd looks wonderful and in such a beautiful part of the world that I’ve never vsiited before, I’m definitely going to consider it

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  155. Onour trip to Snowdonia we would love to…
    climb Snowdon
    see the sea
    cycle, walk,run
    relax!
    Oh yes, and visit our relatives – long overdue!

  156. On our trip to Snowdonia we would while away the hours
    In the sun rain or showers
    We would climb the mountains until we collapse
    Rucksacks loaded to our backs!
    A picnic with beautiful views.
    I hope its us that you choose 🙂

  157. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to climb Snowdon, spend lots of time outdoors enjoying Welsh landscapes as a family. Our children LOVE riding in their slings and loooong hikes!

  158. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to go to the Children’s farm. What an amazing opportunity for the little one to be able to see and touch animals up close

  159. On out trip to snowdonia we would love to enjoy our first holiday as a family in wonderful surroundings before my maternity leave ends and I have to return to work

  160. On our trip to Snowdonia I would love for us all to try canoeing at the National White Water Centre near Bala.

  161. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to visit the Llanfair Slate Caverns, it looks amazing and I really think the kids would love the experience.

  162. On our trip to Snowdon we would love to enjoy the morning Welsh mist whilst we walk along the countryside paths. To appreciate each breath of fresh air without the pressure of tasks to be completed and deadlines to be met. To have some time for rest and reflection and remember why we make each other smile. Snowdon is the key to create this opportunity. Mae ein cariad i Gymru yn cryf yn ein calonau, fedrai i ddim meddwl and lle well i cael gwyliau back hefo’r teulu :o)xxx

  163. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to visit the Animal Puzzle Trail and Adventure Playground with the children, then visit Criccieth Castle for some history, and finish off with a nice stroll along Harlech beach

  164. On our trip to Snowdonia i would love to just sit relax chill out and enjoy the peace and quite and enjoy the views it would be bliss

  165. “On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to have the most Splendorous celebration for our son who turns 4 in April”

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  167. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to get out on the cycling trails. It couldn’t be too ambitious as our 7 year old hasn’t built up too much stamina, but I have a feeling Snowdonia may drive her on that bit extra.

  168. On a trip to Snowdonia we would love to walk in the mountains and take in all of the beautiful scenery and fresh mountain air, we’d take the children on the train up Snowdon then and let our toddler try out the awesome wishbone bike on the paths at Coed Y Brenin forest park!all that fresh air and exercise should have our little boys with a great appetite, so we’d feed them up with some fine welsh cuisine!

  169. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to . .well just spend some much needed quality time together – it doesn’t matter what we do or where we go, so long as our eyes are off each other never!

  170. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to chill out, relax and admire the beautiful scenery 🙂

  171. On our trip to snowdonia, we would love to spend some quality time with our grandfather (who lives in a 1bed cottage, so normally day trips from Nottingham only!) and do all the things that the little boys like…. Jumping in puddles in the forest of Betws-y-coed, trying not to fall in at Capel Curig, Riding on the many narrow gauge railways, stuffing our faces at Petes eats, pretending to be knights at Penrhyn Castle, and most definately a trip to the CAT!

  172. leave technology at bay and enjoy what nature has to offer, walking, wildlife watching and enjoying the sights and sounds!

  173. Fit in as much as we possibly can
    Of Snowdonia I am such a fan
    I love being in the great outdoors
    Wandering up the mountain where the eagle soars
    This would be such an amazing family treat
    Maybe to climb Snowdonia would be a bit of a feat
    But I would do what we could in the time we had got
    To ensure a holiday that was never forgot

  174. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to explore the caves, my kids love being outdoors and it would be the perfect family holiday for us

  175. Finish up a day on the bike trails with a bottle of wine, sat outside the cabin watching the stars, bliss.

  176. On our trip to Snowdonia i would love to take my little boy to The Animal Puzzle Trail and Adventure Playground or maybe The Childrens Farm Park at Llanfair Slate Caverns and just spend some lovely family time together.

  177. I have also shared your link.
    I would love to go back and see how coed y brenin has developed, and let the kids have a go on all the bike tracks. What an excellent competition.

  178. On our trip to Snowdonia i would love to visit the dry ski slopes in llandudno and finish my snowboarding course as i have completed half of it and cant wait to use it properly

  179. Take our little pudding Ted for a cycle on the Marin Trail in Gwydyr Forest, he loves being in the fresh outdoors and pointing at all the trees!

  180. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to crank up the temperature on the log fire and have filthy rampant sex all weekend whilst the screaming brats are lumbered with their grandparents in Blighty……..Also booze, lots of strong booze 8)

  181. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to go white water rafting!!!!! I went about 4years ago whilst travelling and it’s an experience I would love to share with my husband. I’m a little bit of a girl at home so it would be nice to show my wild side to him.

    It would be lovely to get away from normal life and breath in the welsh air!

    Diolch yn fawr

    😉

  182. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to . . . . take the little one outdoors, and walk and enjoy the space. We’d also curl up in the cabin together.

  183. On our trip to Snowdonia we would love to . . .re-live some childhood memories investigating castles, travelling on steam trains, wearing hard hats in the slate mine and best of all enjoying the Welsh countryside and fresh air.

    @daisyangel1

  184. on our trip to snowdonia we would love to,,, splash, stomp, trek, squelch, cycle, listen, taste and feel all of the wonders of wales. Before roasting some marshmallows.

  185. Enjoy the beautiful countryside whilst walking hand in hand with our baby daughter snuggled in her sling on daddy. We would stop for some fresh local food and just relax in all the hospitality afforded by the kind and welcoming welsh folk.
    We would browse the locally produced crafts and perhaps find a cuddly welsh dragon for our little girl. I would certainly look for some warm woollies to make our little one feel so cuddly and warm.

  186. On our trip to snowdonia we would love to wear the kids out running about in the fresh air exploring,fill our tummies with yummy local food and cosy up in the cabin in the peace and quiet when they are snoring thier heads off !

  187. Thank you all so much really cant wait to show you photos of my george on the beach on his wisbone bike and I might even do a review to post on the blog.

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