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This is a lovely little train journey along the side of the lake with lovely views and a brief stop at the far end where you can stretch your legs and take some photographs. We previously purchased a Snowdonia Pass which cost £5 and it...More
Booked on here as the mountain train was cancelled. From an adult point of view it was average, but my little one absolutely loved it.
It's a short train ride, which stops at the slate museum. Not a great deal to see I guess but...More
Having paid for four adults, one child and a dog, this overpriced train ride didn’t give any change from £40! You literally pack into busy carriages to go half an hour (very slowly) along the lake to a point where you stop for 5 mins...More
Very scenic. Short train round. Great for kids and photographers. Dirty toilets at the station.
Otherwise ok to pass an hour or so.
Very slow old lady on the till selling tickets. So slow it was painful.
Whilst my friends climbed Snowdon I took the train round the lake. The weather was poor but there were some great views and I had fun taking pics. The trip lasts about an hour and is reasonable priced.
This is a lovely little train which runs along the lake side. At first it seems an expensive trip but for an hour's journey with scenic views it is well worth it. You can also spilt your journey and have a picnic at the lake...More
Definitely worth a visit choice of steam or diesel trains. Best to book in advance and hopefully on a lovely sunny day. If its raining and cloudy you wont see a thing but its still enjoyable. Cafe and toilets at the top although your only...More
Hello! I am very very familiar with this business! So it's a journey along the side of the lake, not around it! It depends where you get on so if you get on in the village, it travels all the way to the end without stopping... More
Hello! I am very very familiar with this business! So it's a journey along the side of the lake, not around it! It depends where you get on so if you get on in the village, it travels all the way to the end without stopping and then on the way back it stops at like a picnic site, not for ages, then you get back on and it goes all the way down to the main station and the slate museum and you can get off there and then stay off and explore or if you want to get off in the village then you get back on and it'll take you back to the village for a final stop!