Snowdonia

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Snowdonia

1. a massif in NW Wales, in Gwynedd, the highest peak being Snowdon
2. a national park in NW Wales, in Gwynedd and Conwy: includes the Snowdonia massif in the north. Area: 2189 sq. km (845 sq. miles)
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A spokesman for the Snowdonia National Park Authority: "Planning permission was granted until New Year's Eve by the Snowdonia National Park Authority.
"We have been working closely with the Snowdonia Enterprise Zone, other stakeholders and the Snowdonia National Park over several months in promoting the site as a long-term sustainable catalyst to create a number of high-quality jobs for the region, and this allocation now provides us with the foundations from which we can move forward in achieving these aims."
Snowdonia National Park A three-night weekend break for six guests in Flyfisher's Cottage starts from PS660 and a three-night weekend break for two guests in a log cabin for two starts from PS343.
Major organization : SNOWDONIA NATIONAL PARK AUTHORITY/AWDURDOD PARC CENEDLAETHOL ERYRI
Drinking in the views of the Snowdonia National Park feels just as indulgent as booking in at one of these hotels and B&Bs.
The development, roughly the size of a football pitch, was visited by members of the Snowdonia National Park Authority's Planning Committee (SNPA) last November with a decision on the fate of the application having been delayed for several months.
The property is a 17th century manor house and numerous outbuildings, with 30 acres of grounds and woodlands, in the vale of Ffestiniog in the Snowdonia National Park.
Emyr Williams, chief executive of Snowdonia National Park Authority, said: "Receiving this designation is very good news for the residents, businesses, visitors and the wildlife of Snowdonia.
The application has the backing of all community councils in the area, Gwynedd councillors, the Gwynedd Economic and Communities department, and from the last Snowdonia National Park agenda the backing of officers and members.
Snowdonia National Park Authority members voted in a secret ballot from a choice of more than 400 names by people across Wales.
Officials of the National Trust said a joint approach would be needed to raise enough money to acquire Wales's most famous landmark along with 4,000 acres in the Snowdonia National Park.
Almost a dozen film crews from around the UK have used areas of the Snowdonia National Park and the summit as a backdrop for their sets this year to capture the views from the top.