Snowdonia is easily accessed by car, train and ferry, while we are less than two hours drive from either Liverpool or Manchester airport.
The best way to get around Snowdonia is by vehicle.
Llanberis is easily accessed by car from most directions and even at the busiest times, we don't tend to have a problem with traffic once in the park. Check your travel times & directions on google maps.
North Wales is well connected by rail from most parts of Britain.
The nearest airports are Liverpool or Manchester.
Once you arrive at the airport, there are options for a train, bus or taxi to get to Llanberis, but hiring a car is your best option. If you live in Cardiff there is a little airport on Anglesey, around 26 miles from Llanberis. There are no facilities for hiring cars, however, many car hire companies offer a meet & greet service at the airport for bookings made in advance.
It's easy to get here from Ireland, just jump on the ferry to Holyhead.
The Dublin to Holyhead connection is very popular so book as soon as you can. Once you arrive, if you have a car it's an easy 40min drive to Llanberis. If you are planning the trip without a car, there are options to take the train to Bangor. Have a look at combined deals for train and sail.