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Welsh gold


Developer Snowdonia Gateway has submitted proposals for a £175 million scheme to turn the former Glyn Rhonway quarry in north Wales into a hotel and leisure development.

The plans, which have been submitted to Caernarfon & Merionydd County Council, include a 140 -bed hotel, 300 self catering apartments, an indoor ski slope and water park. Located at the site of the quarry in Llanberis, near Caernarfon, initial proposals have been drawn up by Faulkner Browns Architects.