Romantic Proposal Locations in North Wales

With Valentine’s Day fast approaching and the special day being one of the favoured of the year to propose to your loved one, why not plan to be in an extra-special location to get down on one knee and pop the question? As spring is fast approaching, the days are getting longer and there is an abundance of jaw-droppingly beautiful places in the area, what better time and location to ask that all important question? With so many destinations to choose from that are as beautiful as they are romantic in North Wales, we thought we’d share with you some of the perfect places for the memorable moment!

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Conwy Castle

Conwy Castle is one of the iron ring forts of Wales, built in the 12th century, the structure and surrounding walls have been captivating visitors for hundreds of years! Located on the banks of the River Conwy, it boasts incredible views of the surrounding landscape and the remains, which were once fit for royalty provide a fairy-tale and romantic setting for you to whisk your loved one to the top and ask the big question.

Mount Snowdon

The breath-taking mountain range of the Snowdon National Park offers a unique backdrop for your proposal. With snow-capped peaks carving the horizon and the wonders of nature as far as the eye can see, it is the perfect place for any loved-up couple looking to start the next chapter of their life. Whether you decide to take the journey to the highest peak to get down on one knee or to one of the many lakes or woodlands, the park has a diverse scenery and you are sure to be able to find somewhere tranquil for the two of you.

Snowdonia National Park

Great Orme

The stunning headland is a special location in North Wales that is loved by many. The diverse heathlands, wild and rugged sea cliffs and rich grass and woodlands ensure it is like no other place in the world and with each visit, you will discover something new to captivate and charm you. What could be more unique than standing on a rock that is over 350 million years old while surrounded by some of the most outstanding scenery in the area to ask the life-changing question?


Anglesey has an abundance of beautiful places to propose, but, we think the best place to get down on one knee is while admiring the Menai Suspension Bridge from a distance, allowing you to enjoy views of the Swellies waterway and the surrounding Welsh countryside. It is hard not to miss this highlight of Anglesey, as it is the primary route to get onto the island. Built in 1826, the bridge was one of the first of its kind in the world and it compliments and enhances the landscape perfectly!

Kinmel Bay

Miles and miles of soft golden sands await you along the North Wales coast, with many of the beaches backed by promenades or sand dunes. From Kinmel Bay couples can enjoy views as far as the Isle of Man and the Lake District, as well as the big blue ocean! The dunes backing the beach are part of a Nature Reserve and there is a variety of beautiful wild wildlife and flora, including grey seals, skylarks and kestrels. With the fresh sea air filling your lungs, the courage to get down on one knee should be slightly easier.

Where do you think the most romantic destinations for a proposal are in North Wales? Let us know via our social media channels, we would love to hear from you.

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