North Wales Fisherman's cottage for holidays near Morfa Nefyn Beach
3 Bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 4 adults and 2 children. 1 Double with Kingsize bed. 1 Twin and 1 Bunk bedroom (children's bunks) All on 1st floor.
Bathroom with full suite, drencher shower over bath on 1st floor
Open Plan Lounge/Diner/Kitchen wood burning stove, 2 x 2 two seater sofas, directors chair and oak chair, oak dining table seating 8. 'Shaker' style kitchen with small range electric cooker, microwave, dishwasher, fridge/freezer, washer/dryer, Nespresso coffee machine
Grounds small enclosed front patio area with wooden bench and fold away table. (Care with toddlers, please keep gate closed at all times).
Short breaks - No
WiFi - Yes
Changeover - Friday
Towels - No
Parking - Yes for 2 cars, accessed via shared driveway
Fuel - Heating and starter pack of logs inclusive
Dogs - No
Travel cot - Yes on request
Highchair - Yes on request
Porthdinllaen Beach (NT)
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One of the UK's best with over 1000 square metres of top roping, leading and bouldering. From taster sessions to advanced multi pitch climbing days the Beacon offers a full range of both indoor and outdoor courses.
Aerial challenges, climbing, leaps, giant swing and zip line.
29 St Mary's Park, Windermere LA23 1AZ, UK | 07999 883712
Run by Andy, Ascents of Adventure offer hill walking, scrambling, rock climbing and navigation courses. He will instruct you in the Snowdonia mountains. Contact Andy to make arrangements. He usually works in the Ogwen valley and sometimes he does rock climbing in Tremadog. N.B. Andy's only contact is by phone or email. Satnav users please note this postcode will get you to the Golden Fleece pub in Tremadog.
Unit 2, Y Glyn, Llanberis LL55 4EL, UK | 01286 879001
Based in Padarn Country Park with Snowdon in the background. If you have never climbed before try a half days introduction under the guidance of qualified instructors at the home of rock climbing. Suitable for young people, families and newcomers.
4949 Broadway, Boulder, CO 80304, USA | (303) 786-9940
A fully qualified instructor will guide you through a range of activities for half or full days. Activities include canoeing, kayaking, raft building, mountain walking, gorge scrambling, rock climbing, bouldering, abseiling and coasteering. All ages , beginners and experienced welcome.
A low client to instructor ratio enables everyone to enjoy their activity even those without experience. Activities include canoeing, kayaking climbing, coasteering, gorge scrambling, mountain biking, navigation and more.
Ffordd Beibio, Holyhead LL65 2EN, UK | 07713 753107
Scrambling is something between walking and rock climbing. It is free from technical equipment. Courses are for all abilities run by qualified instructors.
Porthdafarch Rd, Holyhead LL65 2LP, UK | 01407 769351
Holyhead mountain has something for everyone. Adventures are tailored to the capabilities of each group by enthusiastic instructors.
Open daily April 7th - October 31st Admission FREE.
Interesting original features include a ladder to the first floor, impressive timber roof and aisle trusses. Open daily from 9.30am to 6.30pm Easter to October Penarth Fawr is run by CADW (Wales equivalent to the National Trust). The adjacent stables have been converted and now house a gallery displaying local crafts including pottery and ceramics. A full colour guide to Penarth Fawr can be bought there.
Llanystumdwy, Criccieth LL52 0SH, UK | 01766 522071
A unique collection of Lloyd George memorabilia including Lloyd George's childhood home, the first world war treaty and much more.
Copies of the book 'Criccieth, a Heritage Walk' can be obtained for ?1.50 from the Tourist Offices either in Porthmadog or in Pwllheli. A shortened version can be downloaded from the internet. Satnav users please note this postcode will get you to the centre of Criccieth.
Castle St, Criccieth LL52 0DP, UK | 01766 522227
The castle was built in the 1230's for Llewllyn the Great. Today it provides a good picnic spot with breathtaking views. There is a car park, toilets and a shop.
Open Tuesday - Friday 10 - 4 and Saturday - Sunday 1 - 4
Harbour Station, Porthmadog LL49 9LU, UK |
Housed in an old slate shed on the wharf at Porthmadog the museum tells the story of boat builders, voyages and the men who made them.
Castle Ditch, Caernarfon LL55 2AY, UK | 01286 677617
One of a number of castles known as the 'Iron Ring' built by Edward 1 intended as a symbol of dominance over the welsh. The sheer scale and commanding presence of the castle still dominates today. The castle houses imaginative exhibitions and the Regimental Museum of the Royal Welsh Fusiliers, Wales' oldest regiment.
One of a number of castles known as the 'Iron Ring' built by Edward I intended as a symbol of doominance over the Welsh. The sheer scale and commanding presence of the castle still dominates today. The castle houses imaginative exhibitions and the Regimental Museum of the Royal Welsh Fusiliers, Wales' oldest regiment.
Harlech LL46 2YH, UK | 01766 780552
The castle is in a remarkable state of preservation and is classed as a 'World Heritage Site'. It appears to grow naturally from the rock on which it stands. From the sea the battlements appear to rise from the near vertical cliff face. Phone to find out about special events at the castle
Satnav users please note this postcode will get you to the Tourist Information Centre in Beddgelert from where you can get directions to Dinas Emrys.
Tunnels and caverns created 100 years ago in the slate veins between pre Cambrian rocks by men with just candles for lighting.
Ty Newydd, Ty Croes LL63 5RQ, UK |
Satnav users please note this postcode will get you to the railway station in Rhosneigr
The castle was immortilised by JMW Turner when he made his romantic painting of it during the 19th C.
Llanberis, Caernarfon LL55 4TY, UK | 029 2057 3700
It is as if the quarry men and engineers have just put down their tools. The museum brings back to life the inheritance of the North Wales slate industry. Also on site are quarry men's houses one furnished to reflect 1860, one to reflect 1901 and one 1969.
It was said of Marged Uch Ifan that she could make harps and play them better than men. She out shone men at many tasks such as rowing, wrestling, hunting and fishing for torgoch a fish unique to Lleyn Padarn and Lleyn Peris. A boat said to be hers was found at the bottom of Lleyn Paddern and is in Llanberis museum.
Satnav users please note this postcode will take you to the railway station in the centre of Llanaber.
Anglesey offers its own service to genealogists. Write to the record office prior to your holiday. Your research could be immensely rewarding. Staff are friendly, helpful and extremely experienced in assisting with genealogical enquiries from all over the world.
32 Calton Hill, Edinburgh EH7 5AA, UK | 0131 556 2716
The monument stands at a site overlooking the Menai Strait of which Nelson was reputed to have said 'one of the most treacherous stretches of sea in the world'. Satnav users please note this postcode will get you to the Tourist Information Office in Llanfairpwll.
Parc Twr, Llanfairpwllgwyngyll LL61 5NJ, UK |
The Marquess was the second in command to Wellington in Waterloo where he lost his right leg. He lived to the age of 85. Satnav users please note this postcode will get you to the Tourist Information Centre in Llanfairpwll
Pentir, UK |
Built by William Fairbairn and Robert Stephenson a major engineering fete in its time incorporating box girders or 'tubes'. Through which trains ran. After a fire in 1970 a road deck was laid over the railway.
10 Penlan St, Pwllheli LL53 5DH, UK | 01758 613173
A wide selection of antiques and furniture. Bespoke furniture is made to order using traditional methods of production.
1 Castle St, Criccieth LL52 0DY, UK | 01766 522803
Criccieth gallery specialises in 19thC pottery and porcelain.
622 W Church St, Richfield, NC 28137, USA | (704) 463-7715
A wide selection of antiques, high quality second hand furniture, clocks, mirrors and collectables.
8419 SE Stark St, Portland, OR 97216, USA | (503) 255-6603
Antiques, gifts, reproduction homeware, garden ware, furniture, architectural reclamation.
As well as books ephemera or items of obscure interest can be found here. The stock is constantly changing.
26 E Mellen St, Hampton, VA 23663, USA | (757) 722-0222
Open Wednesday 12.30 to 5pm. Thursday to Sunday 11am to 5pm Easter to October
Plas y Weddw Arts Centre was purpose built in 1856/7 to house the art collection of Lady Elizabeth Love Jones Parry. It has been associated with the arts ever since. Lady Elizabeth is said to haunt the gallery from time to time. The magnificent Victorian Gothic Mansion is a Grade II listed building. It has a gallery and hosts exhibitions, events, workshops, lectures, competitions and concerts.
High quality Giclee prints mounted and framed, exhibition grade stretchered canvases, postcards, greetings cards, gift vouchers and sculptures. All products are hand made and signed.
Helen paints mostly in oil and acrylic, semi abstracts of beautiful Pembrokeshire wildlife and her prize winning window series. Marc exhibits a range of photos from Pembrokeshire and beyond. A visiting artist also exhibits each month.
Unit 2, Tanycastell Business Park, Hwylfar Nant, Harlech LL46 2UE, UK | 01766 781234
This small work shop produces life size rocking rams, ewes and lambs from sustainable materials sourced from Wales.
Brian also enjoys coastal landscapes and landscapes in general. He works in oil, water colour, ink and some pastel. His work has been exhibited at the Royal Society of Marine Artists London. He has also had exhibitions in Liverpool and Anglesey.
Allen has a particular interest in the effect of light on what we see.
120 Langford St, North Melbourne VIC 3051, Australia | (03) 9328 8658
Anwen is inspired by many things such as a farmer's weathered figure, people walking the landscape or a carrot split in two.
The sheltered beach at Porth Dinllaen, now cared for by the National Trust, is a broad stretch of curving gently shelving sands ideal for beach games. The Lifeboat Station lies at the end of the bay. Dogs are welcome Oct - April. Dog restrictions apply May - Sept. Amenities: car park 10 minutes walk away, public toilets, Ty Coch Inn waterside pub serving food, slipway, craft exclusion zone
Pwllheli LL53 6HL, UK |
Part of the delightful two mile crescent of sandy beach shared by Morfa Nefyn and Porth dinllae,. The beach is sheltered by a protective headland and cared for by a beach officer during the summer months. Dogs are welcome all year round. Amenities: car park, village shop.
No dogs allowed between May 1st & Sept 30th.
South Beach stretches from Gimblet Rock, across the promenade, and towards Llanbedrog. Popular for fishing near Gimlet Rock. Dogs are welcome Oct - March. Dog rstrictions apply April - Sept Amenities: car park, public toilets, shop, craft exclusion zone and first aid point both seasonal
There is easy access at the western end through land owned by the National Trust and at the eastern end by road. Dogs are welcome Oct - March. Dog restrictions apply April - Sept. Amenities: car park.
The old quarry buildings can still be seen on the headland and the remains of a jetty which was used to ship the stone from the quarry. The beach is ideal for kite surfing. Parking is within 50 metres of the beach. All facilities are readily available in the town. Dogs are welcome Oct - April. Dog restrictions apply May - Sept. Amenities: car park, public toilets, cafes, restaurants, pubs, shops
The beach is zoned to separate families from watersports enthusiasts. The dunes have some interesting wild flowers growing. It is possible to spot harbour porpoises and bottlenose dolphins. Standard seaside facilities are close by. Dogs are welcome Oct - March. Sorry no dogs April - Sept. Amenities: car park, public toilets, seasonal first aid post, seafront promenade, cafe, restaurants, shops
Easy access via boardwalks through the sand dunes. Dogs are welcome Oct - March. Dog restrictions apply April - Sept Amenities: car park, cafe, shop, public toilets to the west on the seafront
Boat trips to St Tudwal and Bardsey Islands are available from Abersoch Town Beach. Few people use the beach. It is a thoroughfare for tractors so can be noisy. Dogs are welcome Oct - April. Dog restrictions apply May - Sept. Amenities: car park, public toilets, shops, cafes, restaurants, pubs
The beach path lies through the dunes next to the caravan park or via the marina access road and car park. Abererch’s beautiful beach, an ideal place for families, extends all the way to Pwllheli. It’s pristine and unspoilt, with a shallow gradient and wonderful views of Cardigan Bay and Snowdonia. Satnav users please note this postcode will get you to Hafan Pwllheli Marina, from where you can walk to abererch beach. Dogs are welcome Oct - April. Dog restrictions apply May - Sept Amenities: car park, public toilets, craft exclusion zone (seasonal)
The slipway onto the beach is used mainly by windsurfers to pick up and drop off gear. The beach operates a zoning system to separate sports from families. Boat trips are available from the beach. Its easterly aspect means it faces the mountains of west Wales and St Tudwal's Islands giving spectacular views. International sailing events are held from this beach providing a wonderful spectacle. A beach supervisor patrols during the summer months. Dogs are welcome Oct - April. Dog restrictions apply May - Sept. Amenities: car park, slipway, beach huts for hire,
The beach is mainly sand, with some rocks, backed by cliffs and sand-dunes. Due to its size, Hells Mouth beach rarely becomes crowded. Hell's Mouth is home to the British Surfing Association. Surfing competitions are held here regularly. The beach is very popular with surfers. Dolphins and seals often flock to the bay, with many bottle-nosed dolphins sighted offshore. Currents are strong, take care if swimming. Dogs are welcome all year round. Amenities: car park, pub at Llanengan serves food
Pass 'House at Abersoch' continue down the lane that borders the field beside the chapel and across the golf course. Dogs are welcome all year round. Amenities: car park, public toilets
On the B4417 heading towards Aberdaron from Nefyn, turn right at the first crossroads after the sign for Llangwnadl and follow this lane to another crossroads where you need to turn right again. About a mile along this lane you will see a large car park on your left. Park there and walk to the beach. From the car park turn left onto the country lane and almost immediately left into a small path through some trees. Proceed through three gates, roughly following the stream as it makes its way to the beach. The path then leads down onto the top of the beach. The sand here sometimes "squeaks" under your feet like the beach's more famous neighbour Porth Oer. Dogs are welcome all year round. Amenities: car park, slipway
Above the beach on Anelog Headland there are far reaching views of Snowdonia, Anglesey and even Ireland on a clear day. The beach is popular with body boarders but is not recommended for swimming due to dangerous rip tides. Dogs are welcome Oct - March. Dog restrictions apply April - Sept Amenities: car park,Ty Coch pub, cafe/shop
Take the lane to the right before Cim Farm and opposite a sign to Porth Tocyn Hotel, or the public footpath which takes you through fields and farmyard.
Dogs are welcome all year round Amenities: car park, National Trust property Plas yn Rhiw is nearby at Y Rhiw.
Dogs are welcome Oct - March. Sorry no dogs April - Sept. Amenities:
N.B. 25 properties within 1/2 mile radius use this same postcode. From Sarn Bach proceed towards Cilan. After approx 600 metres you will see a green metal shed on your left and the turning for Nant-y-Bîg is 30 metres further on (also on your left). There are No Through Road and Pedestrian signs at the single-track road entrance. Proceed along the road for a further 400 metres until you reach Nant-y-Bîg. Turn immediately right at the barrier system to arrive at the office caravan. In return for a small payment (Ł3 in 2012) you will be given a token for the car park which is situated on the cliff top above the beach. Access beach is via a 300 metre flight of steps. Dogs are welcome all year round. Amenities: in nearby Abersoch
Marine Beach to the west of the castle stretches along Marine Crescent to Marine Terrace. It is sheltered from the prevailing westerly winds and lapped by the warm waters of the Gulf Stream. Dogs are welcome all year round. Amenities: car park, public toilets, cafes, restaurants, pubs, shops
There are glorious views out to sea and towards the mountains along the welsh coast. Black Rock marks the boundary between Criccieth beach and Black Rock Sands at Morfa Bychan. There is a Lifeboat Station open to visitors at the town end of the beach . It is often possible to see the lifeboat in action. Dogs are welcome all year round. Amenities: car park, public toilets, cafes, restaurants, pubs, shops
Concrete steps line the back of the very long beach and there are two slipways giving easy access. On a clear day it is possible to see all the way along the Lleyn Peninsula and across to Llanddwyn Island on Anglesey. The beach is popular for fishing, bird watching and watersports. It is an SSSI for its valuable natural habitats. There are some lovely coastal walks nearby over ancient fortifications that rise 100' above the roaring sea below. Dogs are welcome Oct - March. Sorry no dogs April - Sept. Amenities: car park, public toilets, emergency phone, shop, craft exclusion zone
Black Rock Sands backed by sand dunes is close to spectacular coastal walks and a feeding ground for various birds. Cars can be driven directly onto the beach - ideal for the elderly and infirm. Dogs are welcome Oct - March. Dog restrictions apply Apr - Sept Amenities: car park, public toilets, public telephone, beach supervisor during summer months, shop, slipway
The island is part of a National Nature Reserve. Paths lead to the southern tip of the island where there is a disused lighthouse and old pilot cottages which now house a local wildlife exhibition. Dogs are welcome Oct - April. Dog restrictions apply May - Sept Amenities: car park, public toilets
The beach stretches from Abermenai Point to Llanddwyn Island. The sand dunes around this area are considered by some to be the largest in Wales and arguably one of the finest in Europe. Dogs welcome all year round but in restricted areas, please see beach signs. Amenities: car park, public toilets, forest trails
Aberffraw, UK |
Once an important port, but over the years prevailing winds have blown so much sand into the estuary that it has silted up and formed impressive sand dunes. Dogs are welcome all year round. Amenities: Aberffraw village, roadside parking, shop
Y Foryd, United Kingdom |
A popular spot for bird watchers. A picnic site is situated at the eastern side of the bay. There is a grassy area close by. Satnav users please note this postcode will get you to Caernarfon Golf Club just north east of Foryd Bay. Foryd Bay Nature Reserve is in the south east. Dogs are welcome all year round. Amenities: car park, Foryd Bay is 2 miles south west of Caernarfon where there are shops, cafes, restaurants, pubs, shops
Aberffraw, UK |
A spacious beach with a small village shop nearby. Beautiful white sands and panoramic views of Snowdonia. There is an abundance of wildlife and raptors to be seen on the estuary. On the right hand side of the beach the River Ffraw meets the sea in a long lazy curve below the right headland. Dogs are welcome all year round. Amenities: park in Aberffraw village and walk a half mile to the beach, village shop
The dune system has been designated a 'National Nature Reserve' and a 'Site of Special Scientific Interest'. Harlech's 4 mile stretch of golden sands is considered by some to be one of the finest beaches in Wales and is featured in the Visit wales campaign. Dogs are welcome all year round. Amenities: car park, small shop, cafe, public toilets, emergency phone, in Harlech nearby,shops, cafes, restaurants, pubs, surfing
Llanbedr LL45 2PJ, UK | 01341 241453
Shell Island is a peninsula, which becomes an island at high tide and is situated near the village of Llanbedr. Access to the 'island' by vehicle is via a causeway across the estuary of the river Artro when the tide is out, since the 'island' is privately owned, a fee is payable. Access on foot is possible at all times from the adjoining Morfa Dyffryn beach. Shell Island has more than just shells to offer. There are three fine sandy beaches and the panoramic scenery of Ellyn Peninsula, Snowdon mountain range and Harlech Castle. Dogs are welcome all year round. Amenities: car park at Morfa Dyffryn then walk across the causeway or private car park at Shell Island (fee payable at both),snack bar, restaurant, licensed bar, shop
A popular beach with tourists, fishermen and watersports enthusiasts. The beach is well sheltered from southerly winds and has numerous dune areas that are protected. Large boulders can be found at low tide. Dogs are welcome Oct - April. Dog restrictions May - Sept Amenities: car park, public toilets, seasonal beach cafe
Can be reached via the cambrian Coast Line Train. Dogs are welcome all year round. Amenities: car park
Unspoiled large expanse of flat sand backed by dunes that are part of the National Park Nature Reserve. Access is via a board walk through the dunes. Clean but cold water. Dogs are welcome Oct - March. Sorrry no dogs April - Sept. Amenities: at Dyffryn Ardudwy, car park, public toilets but no other facilities.
Can be reached via the Cambrian Coast Line train. The beach is within a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) and adjacent to a national nature reserve. Dogs are welcome Oct - March. Sorry no dogs Aril - Sept. Amenities: car park, public toilets, in Tal y Bont village, shops, restaurants, pubs
Rhosneigr, UK |
Rhosneigr is a beautiful beach with dunes, a dune walk and a wildlife area. Dogs are welcome all year round. Maelog Lake is a one and a half hour walk away. At low tide the boat pool area has many rock pools. The reef off the beach is home to a tern colony. Dogs are welcome all year round. Amenities: in Rhosneigr village, car park, shops, cafes, restaurants
Can be reached via the Cambrian Coast Line train.
Holyhead LL65 2NX, UK |
The beach is quite difficult to reach. Access is along a narrow winding lane with only a few passing places. Dogs are welcome all year round. Amenities: small car park, The Whiite Eagle pub is family friendly and serves food.
Large sandy beach
Can be reached via the Cambrian Coast Line train. Access to the southern end of this beach is by foot only using the footpath through the graveyard at Llanaber church and over the railwayline footbridge or down the path to Llanaber Railway station and over the crossing. The beach is so flat that is not uncommon to see it being used by land-yacht enthusiasts. Dogs are welcome Oct - March. Dog restrictions apply April - Sept. Amenities:
This spacious clean sandy beach is popular with families and watersports enthusiasts. Boat trips and fishing trips leave from here. Dogs are welcome Oct - March. Dog restrictions apply April - Sept. Amenities: car park, Trearddur Bay Hotel, shops,
There is an abundance of rock pools along the shore. Divers sometimes use Porth Dafarch as a base when searching for shipwrecks along the coast. There is easy access to the Anglesey Coastal Path. Porth Dafarch was considered as the location for a port link to Ireland. Part of the original foundation of an old pier can still be seen. Dogs are welcome Oct - April. Dog restrictions apply May - Sept. Amenities: car park, public toilets, picnic area, slipway, Holyhead town is a 5minutes drive away
Bardsey Island, United Kingdom |
Take a boat trip to see seabirds, grey seals and other more unusual animals on the island's mountains and grasslands. Day trips from Meudwy and Pwllheli. Phone Bardsey Ferry booking office.
One can walk or take a train ride to the summit of Snowdon. The ?8 million new visitor centre with cafe ' Hafod Eryri' is open. The National Park office at Penrhyndeudraeth can advise on mountain walks, leisure walks and many other leisure activities in the Snowdonia area.
Snowdon has its own unique biodiversity of plants and animals.The summit can be reached on foot via a choice of 6 footpaths the most popular starts in the village of Llanberis. Alternatively the newly opened Snowdon Mountain Railway also travels to the summit where there is a brand new visitors centre designed to compliment the landscape. Satnav users please note this postcode will get you to the Snowdonia National Park Visitors Centre in Betws y Coed.
Satnav users please note this postcode will get you into the centre of Llangefni.
Specialists in scenic coastal cruises visiting off shore seal & seabird colonies and regularly seeing dolphins. Also nature cruises to beautiful coves, spectacular cliffs and round magnificent off shore islands.
A fast modern fully licensed craft with qualified crew will take you to Bardsey Island to visit the seal populations and see the largest colony of Sheerwaters in Britain. The speedy return journey (up to 33 knots) offers wonderful views of Harlech and Criccieth Castles.
This cruise is the perfect way to enjoy the ever changing panorama of Snowdonia and the Lleyn Peninsula – with magnificent views of Caernarfon Castle, Belan Fort, Abermenai Point, Foryd Bay, Llandwyn Island and the Isle of Anglesey. Join us to enjoy the views, and Emrys (the Menai Strait Pilot) will tell you about the history of the area on your trip from Caernarfon down to the Southwest entrance of the Menai Strait.
Bardsey Island steeped in history was once an important place of pilgrimage. The abbey is now in ruins. Now a National Nature Reserve and the RSPB has taken over tenancy of the farm in order to farm in a manner sympathetic to the birds and wildlife there.
Boats leave Plas Newydd every 45 minutes (weather permitting). Spaces are limited so booking is essential to avoid disappointment. There is an opportunity to see Nelson's Column, Kyffin Williams' house and children can have a go at steering the boat.
Welsh and English bookshop run by people who really know books and the book trade. Contemporary fiction and non-fiction, History, Autobiography, Children’s books, Music, Multiculturalism as it should be. Good selection of teas and a different coffee each month.
Drivers provide cultural and heritage information on route these scenic journeys into the heart of Snowdonia. Buses run from Porthmadog, Llandudno, Betws y Coed, Bangor, Bethesda, Llanberis, Caernarfon, Llanrwst and Waunfawr.
19 Penlan St, Pwllheli LL53 5DE, UK | 01758 704088
There is a council pay and display car park opposite the cinema.
'' Galeri is a really exciting venue which is buzzing with life and activity throughout the day and during the evenings. Set in a clearly fantastic site, it is difficult to imagine any building in Wales with a better location.'' Bryn Terfel, Patron
St David's Hill, Harlech, Gwynedd LL46 2PU, UK | 01766 780667
The theatre presents quality concerts and shows to suit all tastes as well as the Harlech Quin programme of participatory classes and courses. A varied programme of films is shown on the big screen. The cafe opens daily Mon-Fri
Rhosmeirch, Llangefni LL77 7TQ, UK | 01248 724444
Work from established artists and young talents is displayed at Oriel Ynys Mon.
Rhosmeirch, Llangefni LL77 7TQ, UK | 01248 724444
A permanent exhibition to Wales' most celebrated and respected artist.
Bikes are available for the whole family. Open throughout the year.
The Bike Barn, Beddgelert, Caernarfon LL55 4YW, UK | 01766 890434
Get away from it all and experience the freedom of the forest, traffic free, healthy and stunning views. Suitable for all ages and abilities. Also available for hire are tandems, children's seats and trailer bikes. Helmets are included in the price. Groups receive a route map, trail tools and a puncture repair kit.
Lon Las Cymru has been described as the ultimate cycle tour of wales. The 250 mile tour starts at Holyhead and goes to Cardiff. It can be done in bite sized chunks spread over weekend breaks. The path follows minor roads, railway paths, forestry track and ancient coach roads. There are some tough challenges as the route crosses the Snowdon National Park and the Cambrian Mountain range.
The show is held in Botacho Fields, Nefyn. Please check the web site for dates.
Entertainment includes opera, jazz, choirs, drummers, ballet, kite building, folk dancing, brass bands and more.
Register to walk and choose which day you want to go. Demand for places is high so register early to avoid disappoinment. For further information [email protected]
Activities include ball pool, slide, toddlers room, family fun and young toddlers activities. Satnav users please niote this is an old postcode suitable for old satnavs. However if you have a newer satnav and your coming from the direction of Porthmadog and Pwllheli please use LL53 6RN and if from the Caernarfon area please use LL53 6RL
Y FfĂ´r, Pwllheli LL53 6PG, UK | 01766 810000
Open 7 days a week from 10 til late. Shoes are included in the ticket price. There is a well stocked bar and eating area. The food sold is from the parcs own farm. PLEASE note if yuou have an old Sat Nav you will need the old post code LL53 6RL
Christ Church, Bangor St, Caernarfon LL55 1AR, UK | 01286 671911
Adventure activities include 25' slides, ball pools, tubes, separate area for the under 5's and lots more. There is a iendlyiendly licensed restaurant, an interactive heritage museum and an outside patio area.
Bodorgan LL62 5DN, UK |
Take part in sheep shearing by hand and by machine, bottle feed pet lambs, watch sheep dog demonstrations and much more. Special activities for children. Cafe and gift shop are on the site.
Bush Rd, Y Felinheli LL56 4QN, UK | 01248 671493
The park is packed with family fun activities. New this year are the Moon Carts to be peddled through a forest track. Other activities include a huge bouncing pillow, treetop scramble towers and much more. There is 4000 square foot of covered area to beat the rain.
Activities include a 2 lane astra slide, stepping stones, rope swing, horizontal roller, squeeze mirror, maze vertical, squeeze ball and more. There is a cafe on site and ample parking.
There is ample shelter on rainy days as a large percentage of animals are housed in farm buildiings.There is an outdoor play and picnic area.
See rabbits, guinea pigs, puppies, goats, rheas, alpacas, donkeys, ponies, pigs, lambs and more. Eat at the Smithy Cafe where delicious homemade cakes, soup and other snacks are served or make use of the picnic area.
Local activities including concerts, dramas, musicals, pantomimes and other community events are held at the hall.
Uned 3, Parc Glynllifon, Caernarfon LL54 5DY, UK | 01286 831353
Welsh crafts and art work are on sale at the craft centre, gallery and work shops. A working steam engine restored by Fred Dibnah is on show at the centre. Sculptures and follies are scattered throughout the grounds. Check the calender for open air concerts. Glynllifon is recognised as a place of scientific interest due to the diverse and rich wildlife found there.
Originally a corn mill converted to woollen production about 1850 since when it has been in continuous production. The mill is now driven by a water powered turbine replacing the original water wheel. (N.B. Brynkir is the correct spelling for the mill , the place name is Bryncir)
Open Easter until mid September.
The gardens are dotted with models of Anglesey's landmarks. There are picnic areas, model railway and play areas.
This wonderful scenic railway journey passes through the central part of Wales and along the coast of Cardigan Bay travelling through the Cambrian mountains and along the Cambrian coast
An award winning and unique modern day reminder of 19th C methods of ore extraction and processing.
Brynsiencyn, Llanfairpwll LL61 6TQ, UK | 01248 430411
Over 150 species from around Anglesey and North Wales in a carefully recreated coastline. From the 'Bone Free Zone' to 'Shipwreck' to 'Shark Pool' to the Big Fish Forest'. Other amusements include radio controlled boats, aquablasta, crazy golf, adventure playground and a bouncy castle.
Guided tour of Dinorwig Power Station deep inside the ancient Elidir mountain's labyrinth of tunnels to experience one of man's greatest engineering achievements.
Visit the Quarry hospital, enjoy the lake, woodland and heritage trails.
Wern Newydd, Llanbedrog, Pwllheli LL53 7PG, UK | 01758 740810
Shooting for beginners and experienced alike. An enthusiast team will help you to enjoy clay and field sports in beautiful country surroundings.
Y FfĂ´r, Pwllheli LL53 6PG, UK | 01766 810000
Where necessary qualified instructors offer tuition for individuals or groups. All equipment is provided. Children and adults can test their skill and concentration. Suitable for beginners and experienced. Please note if you have an old sat nav you will need to use the old post code which is LL53 6RL
Satnav users please note this postcode will get you to the centre of Nefyn village.
Situated at the foot of Yr ionl mountain on the Lleyn Peninsula the organic trout fishing lake was formed in 1999 with water from the farm's own spring. This venue is a suitable for beginners and experienced fly fishermen.
Satnav users please note this postcode will get you to the Pwllheli Tourist Information Centre.
Y FfĂ´r, Pwllheli LL53 6PG, UK | 01766 810000
Naturally fed lakes and flowing streams are well stocked with carp, tench. Roach, perch and rudd. Please note if you have an old Sat Nav you will need the old post code which is LL53 6RL
Please note if you have an old Sat Nav you will need the old post code which is LL53 6RL
Satnav users please note this postcode will get you to the village of Methlem which is half a mile from Whistling Sands
Satnav users please note this postcode will get you to Llanystumdwy.
Popular holiday camp. Fees payable for access.
Satnav users please note this postcode will get you to the Tourisdt Information Centre in Beddgelert.
Satnav users please note this postcode will get you to Llanberis on the shores of Lake Padarn.
Airport, Dinas Dinlle, 5TP, Caernarfon LL54 5TP, UK | 01286 832154
Pleasure flights available over: Caernarfon Castle approximately 10 minutes; Snowdon & Caernarfon Castle approximately 20 minutes; Castles & Puffin Island approximately 25 minutes; Porthmadog, Snowdon and Menai approximately 35 minutes
Care of RAF Mona, Holyhead LL65 4RS, UK | 01407 720581
Mona flying club provides full PPL/NPPL training, night, IMC rating and certificate of experience renewals. It is an ideal place to learn to fly.
All sea food is freshly prepared on the premises. A selection of meat dishes is on prepared for non seafood lovers. An extensive wine list is on offer to complete your meal in this pretty wisteria clad, converted barn.
Nefyn Road, Pwllheli LL53 5TH, UK | 01758 612363
Superb local ingredients are used to create traditional dishes with a modern interpretation.
Lon Pont Morgan, Abersoch, Pwllheli LL53 7AN, UK | 01758 712250
Decorated with oriental lamps and dark wood furniture to create a warm, stylish and intimate atmosphere. The Coconut Kitchen overlooks the harbour. An interesting and innovative menu.
Eat in the modern dining room or on the peaceful patio.
An award winning country hotel owned and run by the same family for 60 years. A home from home.
This characterful cafe now serves cream teas, homemade cakes and scones as well as locally caught crab and lobster to eat in or take away. Eat inside or on the riverside terrace.
This traditional Welsh pub is in a Grade II listed building opposie the Lloyd George Museum.
Delicious home cooked meals, generous portions and excellent value for money in this family owned and run retaurant. The varied menu incudes international cuisine made with the freshest local ingredients available.
The cafe serves light refreshments, snacks and pizzas etc.
Market Square, Tremadog, Porthmadog LL49 9RB, UK | 01766 512421
Situated in the historic square of Tremadog, the birthplace of Lawrence of Arabia and gateway to the Lleyn Peninsula. It has a unique cave bar, covered courtyard and converted stable block. New Pasta & Pizzeria now open. Take away service also available
Homemade modern and traditional food with local specialities including Welsh Black Beef, lamb, cheeses and local seafood. Open Wed, Thurs, Fri & Sat evenings from 6pm and for Sunday lunches from 12am. Booking advisable.
Stryd Pedwar a Chwech, Caernarfon LL55 1RW, UK | 01286 673604
A recommended pub with bar food, restaurant and a few outdoor seating areas.
Stryd Fawr (High Street), Harlech LL46 2YA, UK | 01766 780425
Choose from an extensive range of teas and enjoy the stunning views of Harlech Castle, Royal St David's Golf course, mountains and the sea. Coffee, food and wine are also available.
Ffordd Pen Llech, Harlech LL46 2YL, UK | 01766 780479
Local/welsh produce is used to reflect the seasons. Seafood is bought locally. Children's portions are available.
Ty Halen, Brynsiencyn LL61 6TQ, UK | 01248 430871
Halen Mon started in a saucepan on the Aga. Today this welsh sea salt sensation has caught the attention of chefs and food lovers across the world. Salts available in the shop include pure white, organic spiced, oak smoked, Taha's vanilla and celery Mon.
High St, Rhosneigr LL64 5UQ, UK | 01407 811111
Coffee and cake, homemade soup and roll, moules marinier, local seafood, pheasant, wild duck and steaks are a sample of the fare on offer. Cabaret evenings or quiet romantic nights, you choose. Local marine art and gifts are on sale.
High St, Rhosneigr LL64 5UQ, UK | 01407 811103
Good food is produced from fresh local produce. Lobster is a speciality of the house. Welsh beers and a good selection of wines is available. Live music.
The Hooten family has farmed at Gwydryn Hir since 1964 producing a range of produce to reflect the seasons. The family produce meat, fruit, vegetables, cakes and jam which are all sold in the farm shop. There is also a coffee shop for refreshments.
A full a la carte menu is served in the hotel dining room.
Rhoscolyn, Holyhead LL65 2NJ, UK | 01407 860267
A relaxed atmosphere with fantastic views for all the family. The White Eagle features in the 'Good Food Guide' and the 'Good Pub Guide' Dogs are welcome.
72 High St, Llanberis, Caernarfon LL55 4HA, UK | 01286 870218
A small family run business producing organic honeys, meads, fruit wines and more. There is a tea room, tea garden and ice-cream. Leave your car at the village and walk up the path.
Open 9 til 4 each day and from 7pm on most Saturdays for 'Globetrotting Buffets'. Check the web site for other events. Featured in 'Readers Recommended' in the Which? Good Food Guide
Llanberis market is held in the community centre on the first Friday of every month. The range of produce includes local fruit & veg, preserves & honey, candles, moisturisers, polish, flour, vegetable oil, baked goods, unique crafts, flowers &plants. The cafe serves sandwiches and beverages.
Enjoy cooking your own meat and fish on a hot rock followed by a chocolate fountain. Families are welcome but sorry no dogs.
Booking Hotline 0844 493 8120. Hafod Eryi is a visitor interpretation centre where the Snowdon Mountain railway terminates. There is a shop, toilets & caf
Only the finest and freshest local ingredients are used to create the dishes for this restaurant. There are beautiful country views from the hotel.
Oxford Rd, Gerrards Cross SL9 7PA, UK | 01753 885995
The hotel is designated a 'Welsh Historic Inn'. It serves bar food and has a salad counter.
Plas yn Rhiw, Pwllheli LL53 8AB, UK |
Owned and run by the National Trust Plasyn Rhiw has Tudor and Georgian additions. The ornamental gardens are laced with box hedges and a woodland walk providing an excellent picnic area with spectacular views over Cardigan Bay.
Niwbwrch, Llanfairpwllgwyngyll LL61 6RS, UK | 01248 440477
The gardens have a range of plants, trees and water features overlooking the Menai Strait to Snowdonia.
http://www.klondyke.co.uk/holland-arms-garden-centre-anglesey Open Mon - Wed 9 - 5.30, Thurs 9 - 7.30, Fri - Sat 9 - 5.30, Sun 10.30 - 4.30
Plas Tan y Bwlch, Maentwrog, Blaenau Ffestiniog LL41 3YU, UK | 01766 772600
The house is now an environmental studies centre and home to the regions education service. The garden has as a variety of arias including woodland paths, fern nursery, wildlife garden, rhododendron walk and the Japanese garden. From the viewing platform one can see the majestic Vale of Maentwrog.
Magnificent surroundings and unrivalled hospitality. There are 2 bars, lounge, restaurant with view, shop, snooker room, and visitors locker room with showers and towels.
The first 9 holes were along the sand dunes in 1900. The course was extended to 18 holes designed by 5 times British Open Champion James Baird in 1909. The club house has two lounge bars and a restaurant there is also a Golf Shop.
Visitors are assured of a warm welcome. Refreshments can be enjoyed on the south facing glazed verandah or the new patio with views of the 16th green, Cardigan Bay, Criccieth and Harlech castles.
Club House, Morfa Bychan, Gwynedd, Porthmadog LL49 9UU, UK | 01766 513828
The course offers discerning golfers an intriguing mixture of heathland and links land in two distinct halves.
Penamser Rd, Porthmadog, Gwynedd LL49 9DS, UK | 01766 514225
Facilities include a 17 bay floodlit range, 10 bays inside, 7 outside. Range of 370 yards. Run by two friendly professionals. Group or individual lessons available. There is a shop with a variety of golfing equipment suited to all. Hot and cold drinks and confectionary.
Gwynedd, Harlech LL46 2UB, UK | 01766 780361
The course occupies dune land within a site of special scientific interest. It is widely described by professionals as 'the hardest par 69 in the world'. Snowdonia provides a magnificent backdrop.
Station Rd, Rhosneigr LL64 5QX, UK | 01407 811127
Renowned for its excellent greens and many streams. There is an abundance of wildlife in this important conservation area. The course is suitable for golfers of all abilities.
A warm friendly club offering bar snacks and full a la carte menu.
Tal-y-foel, Llanfairpwllgwyngyll LL61 6LQ, UK | 01248 430377
Tal y foel gives instruction at all levels. The centre has several miles of grass track, a cross country training course, an indoor school and an outside menage. Courses can be tailored to your needs
Weirglodd Fawr, Waunfawr, Caernarfon LL55 4PQ, UK | 01286 479435
Snowdonia stables offer riding, hacking and trekking through the breathtaking area between Snowdon and the sea. Training, introductory rides and short rides can be arranged.
A long established family business. The centre has a covered school for riding instruction. Beach riding is a speciality. Experienced instructors give instruction in riding and jumping at all levels.
Products include gifts, garden items, name and number plates, plaques, jewellery and items made to order. Workshop tours are available.
Also a top quality make up service available. Design service and free advice in the shop.
Y FfĂ´r, Pwllheli LL53 6PG, UK | 01766 810000
The karting track is divided into junior and senior circuits. Alternatively ride a quad bike on a guided safari for 4 miles through beautiful countryside. Protective gear is provided. Youngsters can travel with adults in two seaters. Please note if you have an old Sat Nav you will need to use the old post code which is LL53 6RL
A real adventure. Learn how to pilot a hovercraft and test your skills in a secluded valley or take a ride as a passenger. Under 13's are only allowed as passengers.
A55, Ty Croes LL63 5TF, UK | 01407 811400
The centre provides visitors with a challenging and exciting circuit in a breathtaking location. Driving courses for all ages on a practical and enjoyable circuit. Qualified instructors teach you the skills to race Formular Fords, Sports Saloons and a Lotus. Family and friends are welcome as spectators. Refreshments available.
Located in an area of outstanding beauty. Karting is commonly perceived as the stepping stone to the higher more expensive rank of motor sports. Why not try to become the next Lewis Hamilton. Children must be 8 years of age and a minimum height of 135 cm.
Each Kart is fitted with a transponder which records lap speeds for drivers to take home with them. Small battery operated Karts are available for youngsters of between 3 and 7 years of age. There is a spectators cafe with balcony.
Pwllheli LL53 5PF, UK |
Facilities include a 25 metre swimming pool, small pool, slide, climbing wall, fitness room, sports hall with 4 badminton courts, 2 squash courts, 3 tennis courts and a sauna.
Stryd Y Llan, Porthmadog LL49 9HW, UK | 01766 512711
Facilities include a 25metre swimming pool, a learners pool, fitness room, sports hall with 4 badminton courts, 2 squash courts, sauna, steam cabin, sun shower, dance studio and 4 tennis courts and a caf
Townybryn, Amlwch LL68 9TH, UK | 01407 830060
Activities include swimming pool, weight training, badminton and squash. Refreshments are available on site.
1 Glanhwfa Rd, Llangefni LL77 7QX, UK | 01248 722966
Activities include swimming pool, weight training, badminton and squash. Refreshments are available on site.
On the return journey the train will stop at the engine sheds to allow passengers to climb aboard the engines to see how things work. Facilities include shop, tearoom and railway book shop. In 2009 the rail will run all the way from Porthmadog to Caernarvon.
On the return journey the train will stop at the engine sheds to allow passengers to climb aboard the engines to see how things work. Facilities include shop, tearoom and a railway book shop. From 2009 the train will travel to Caernarfon.
A 12 mile journey overlooked by the magnificent castle to the village of Rhyd Ddu nestled 650 feet above sea level on the slopes of Snowdon.
A thirteen and a half mile journey from Porthmadog harbour to the slate quarrying town of Blaenau Ffestiniog. The train climbs to 700 feet above sea level into the mountains through pastures, forests, past lakes and waterfalls and round horseshoe bends whilst clinging to the mountain side and sometimes tunnelling through it.
The train starts at Caernarfon and passes through Bontnewedd, Dinas, Waunfaur, Plas y Nant, Snowdon Ranger and Rhyd Ddu. Request halts at Bontnewedd, Plas y Nant and Snowdon Ranger. The journey climbs 650' above sea level over Snowdon and zigzags down to Beddgelert mountain village before crossing the magnificent Aberglaslyn Pass and on to Pont Croesor beside the RSPB Glaslyn Osprey Centre. Facilities for disabled passengers, dogs and bicycles. Light refreshments are available on most trains. Seat reservations made at Caernarfon only.
'A masterpiece of Victorian engineering, this is without doubt one of the most spectacular railway journeys you could hope to go on.' The duration of the return journey to the summit station is two and a half hours including half an hour at the peak. Since the opening of the new mountain top cafe the journey has become even more popular. Do book train tickets in advance.
The trip stars at Llanberis village passing the slate museum with magnificent views across Peris Lake to Llanberis Pass. The return journey runs non stop through Padarn Country Park and along the shore of Padarn Lake to the terminus at Penllyn. You may break your journey at Cei Llydan for a lakeside picnic or to visit the nearby Cwm Derwen Woodland Centre. The journey without stops takes about one hour.
Pwllheli is an old historical market town granted its charter by Edward III. It holds one of the busiest markets in the country.
A museum dedicated to the life of David Lloyd George 1863 - 1945. Britain's only Welsh prime minister is located in the village.
Porthmadog also has an historic harbour and a maritime museum. There are plenty of shops and a leisure centre
The open air market is held every Frifay from Easter to Christmas at Heol y Parc Car Park.
For those interested in history Caernarfon is well worth a visit. A military museum is housed within the castle walls and the Investiture of Prince Charles took place at the castle.
Portmeirion, Penrhyndeudraeth LL48, UK |
The village was built by Sir Clough Williams Ellis on its own private peninsula on the Snowdon coast. There are shops, cafes and restaurants set in sub tropical woodland gardens.
Upper town, historic Harlech has some interesting shops. Lower town is comprised of housing and the golf course.
Beddgelert is home to the legend of Gelert, faithful hound of Llewelyn Prince of Wales. It was the setting for the films 'Carry on up the Khyber' and 'Inn of the Sixth Happiness'
Let Amanda tailor make a walking tour for you , your family and friends. Choose from castles, landscapes, past, pre history, religious places, myths & legends, towns & villages and age of saints. Satnav users please note this poistcode will get you to The Wellington Inn, High Street, Deiniolen.
Let Amanda tailor make a walking tour for you, your family and friends. Choose from castles, landscapes, industrial past, pre history, religious places, mystery & legends, towns & villages and age of saints. Satnav users please note this postcode will get you to the Tourist Information Centre, Station Square, Pwllheli.
Satnav users please note this postcode will get you to the centre of the village of Llanystumdwy from where you can ask directions to The Tree Road (Y Lon Goed) close by.
The walk stretches from Caernarfon along the north Llyn coast to Uwchmynydd and then along the southern coast to Porthmadog.
The Lleyn Coastal Path stretches from Caernarfon in the north west to Uwchmynydd on the sourh west and returns to Porthmadog on the north east.
Satnav users please note this postcode will get you to the village of Rhosgadfan.
Lleyn Coastal Path stretches from Caernarfon in the north west to Uwchmynydd in the south west and returns to Porthmadog in the north east.
The geological formations are fascinating. There is plenty of wildlife to spot. Park at the Forestry Commission car park where there are toilets.
Watch through high powered telescopes and binoculars at the viewing point. See the ospreys feeding their chicks. You may even catch the youngsters first flights. Live images from the nest can be seen on the nestcam in the information centre. Picnic tables are on site from where there are magnificent views of Snowdonia and the surrounding area.
The path stretches from Caernarfon along the north Lleyn coast to Uwchmynydd and then along the southern coast to Porthmadog.
Llyn Coastal Path stretches from Caernarfon in the north west to Uwchmynydd in the south west returning to Porthmadog in the north east.
Gaerwen LL60 6LL, UK |
Maltreath is an excellent bird watching area. Wildfowl and waders can be seen all year round. Satnav users please note this posdtcode will get you to Malltraeth from where you can access the marsh.
Talk to Donna about where you would like to walk - historic, countryside, coast, mountain, for children & teenagers or a themed walk such as The footsteps of king Arthur, Hauntings & Hangings or Castles & Cream Teas. Choose from 1 hour, 1 day or 1 week. Satnav users please note this postcode will get you to the Tourist Information Centre, Castle Street in Caernarfon.
Penygader, Dolgellau LL40 2RD, UK |
There are a number of starting points for walkers. The car park near Minffordd junction has toilets, a map and other information for walkers. The route to the summit is well sign posted. Satnav users please note this postcode will get you to the village of Mynnffordd.
The Quarry Hospital, Llanberis, LL55 4TY, Caernarfon LL55 4TY, UK | 01286 870892
Country trails and walks are situated throughout the park. The park is also home to the National Slate Museum and Old Quarry Hospital.
Four beautiful walks have been developed all starting and finishing at the car park. The Nature Trail with information boards on route takes 1 hour. The Children's Island Walk near the picnic area is a haven for safe exploration and takes just 5 minutes. The Riverside Walk follows river Nantcol passing the waterfalls and back through the woodland walk. It takes 1 hour 30 minutes. The Woodland Walk takes you through mature woodland which has been allowed to flourish naturally.
You do not need to be super fit just a general level of fitness and stout footwear will enable you to enjoy the walk and mountain scenery. The pace will be gentle, steady and suitable for all abilities.
Satnav users please note this postcode will get you to The Wellington Inn in Deiniolen.
Llyn Mair, Blaenau Ffestiniog LL41 3AQ, UK |
A spectacular National Nature Reserve. Take a stroll through dense towering oaks to see mosses, liverworts, lichens, and ferns clinging to the rocks and trees. Look out for buzzards, wood mice and bats. Toilets and cafe are nearby at Tan y Bwlch station. Satnav users please note this postcode will take you to the Oakeley Arms Hotel from here go up the hill. Pass a lake on your left. The car park is 200m on the right.
Depending on the time of year practical habitat management work parties usually take place on Thursdays. If you enjoy muddy hands on stuff please get in touch with Conrad Smith. (don't forget your wellies! Satnav users please note this postcode will take you to the village of Caergeiliog from where you can access the Valley Lakes.
The pro shop stocks wakeboards, surfbords, wetsuits, buoyancy aids, rash vests and surfwear
Marker bouys indicate where watersports can be enjoyed safely.
Family changing room available. Free swimming for over 60's. Free swimming for children under 16 during school holidays.
Caernarfon LL55 1UE, UK | 0300 300 3112
A dedicated team of instructors will care for you in the sheltered waters of Menai Strait. Courses are run to the guidelines of the Royal Yachting Association.
Unit 2, Y Glyn, Llanberis LL55 4EL, UK | 01286 879001
Our lake shore base has immediate access to the water with sheltered lagoons and the lake to explore. Experienced instructors take care of safety and instruction. Suitable for young people and families.
The Quarry Hospital, Llanberis, LL55 4TY, Caernarfon LL55 4TY, UK | 01286 870892
Canoeing and sailing facilities are available at the lake and diving at the old Vivian Quarry.
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