Local Attractions around Snowdonia National Park, Wales

We have listed a selection of the museums, theme parks and exciting family days out that can be enjoyed all within a short distance from our log cabins.
A full range of leaflets are available on site at reception.

Portmeirion Village - approx 25 min's drive North on the A470Portmeirion with its fabulous architecture, sandy beaches, gardens and woodland has inspired many illustrious authors, artists, photographers and TV and Film producers. Portmeirion has a variety of shops open all year round with several cafe's.

Portmeirion is on a rugged cliff top, on its own private peninsula on the southern shores of Snowdonia and overlooks Cardigan Bay on the coast of Snowdonia, surrounded by 70 acres of sub-tropical woodland gardens. It was created by Welsh architect Clough Williams-Ellis (1883-1978) to demonstrate how a naturally beautiful place could be developed without spoiling it. On the main driveway is Castell Deudraeth, a Victorian mansion recently restored as a brasserie style restaurant and hotel.

Web:   www.portmeirion-village.com

Portmeirion
Glasfryn ParcGlasfryn Parc is an activity and adventure centre located in the heart of the Llyn Peninsula in North Wales and is a great family day out. Activities include the go-kart circuit, Quad Bike Trekking, archery, ten pin bowling and coarse fishing for roach, perch, chubb and carp. If you would like a picnic made up for your lunch, simply request what you would like when you check in at the go Kart reception!

The Glasfryn Parc farm shop sells local produce and freshly prepared ready-to-eat home made meals.

Phone: 01766 810202
Web:   www.glasfryn.co.uk
Glasfryn Parc
King Arthur's Labyrinth Wales’ leading national newspaper The Western Mail said that King Arthur’s Labyrinth is ’Well worth a Visit’.

King Arthur’s Labyrinth, in Mid Wales, an exciting underground adventure unfolds as you sail along a subterranean river, through the great waterfall, deep inside the spectacular Labyrinth and far into the past .... into a world of myths, legends and storytelling. 

Phone: 01654 761584
Web:   www.kingarthurslabyrinth.com
King Arthur's Labyrinth
GreenWood Forest ParkSituated in a wooded valley in Snowdonia this wonderful Adventure Park promises you fun family days out whatever the weather!

All the fabulous rides and activities at GreenWood have been designed for fun and adventure with a difference and the best thing is, they are all eco-friendly.

Phone: 01248 671493
Web:   www.greenwoodforestpark.co.uk
GreenWood Forest Park
The Ffestiniog RailwayThe Ffestiniog Railway is the oldest independent railway company in the World - being founded by an Act of Parliament in 1832.

Over the last fifty years, the Ffestiniog Railway has become a leader in railway preservation and is now one of Wales’ top tourist attractions. Visitors to the railway can enjoy the outstanding natural beauty of Snowdonia as they pass through areas inaccessible by road undisturbed by the sights and sounds of modern life.

Phone: 01766 516000
Web:   www.ffestiniograilway.co.uk
The Ffestiniog Railway
The National Whitewater CentreSituated in the Snowdonia National Park, Bala, North Wales, the first commercial white water rafting operation in the UK in 1986, and now the largest and most well-respected rafting organisation in the UK.

The Tryweryn is a dam released river so water is often flowing when other British rivers are dry, thus producing a unique year round white water venue.

Phone: 01678 521083
Web:   www.ukrafting.co.uk

The National Whitewater Centre
Sygun Copper Mine The Sygun Copper Mine is a family attraction situated in the heart of the Snowdonia National Park and is open most of the year. See Snowdonia's famous stalactites and stalagmites and also incorporating Museum of Wales.

The Sygun Copper Mine is an excellent venue for groups and includes many fantastic activities such as 'Gold-panning' (seasonal).

Phone: 01766 890595
Web:   www.syguncoppermine.co.uk

Sygun Copper Mine
Dragon Raiders Paintball ParkDragon Raiders is one of the few independent paintball game companies in Wales. Located in an area of outstanding natural beauty, in over 30 acres of prime forest, Dragon Raiders Paintball Park is situated on the coast of the Llyn peninsula in Gwynedd.

All manner of groups and individuals are catered for, from absolute beginners to teamsters, to corporate hospitality events - all under the expert supervision of fully trained marshals.

Phone: 01766 523119
Web:   www.dragonraiderspaintball.com

Dragon Raiders Paintball Park
Cycling in North Wales Cycle Rides & Routes, details of illustrated on road rides, off road rides and cycle ways plus information about group runs and activities.

Web:   www.cyclingnorthwales.co.uk
Cycling in North Wales
Trekking BritainInformation for walks and Trekking all over Britain.

Detailed walks for Snowdonia with difficulty level, distance, maps of the area and much more ...

Web:   www.trekkingbritain.com

Click on the link and scroll down to walks in Snowdonia, Wales

Trekking Britain
North Wales TourismNorth Wales Tourist information featuring many family attractions from zoos and farm parks to steam trains and leisure centres and events from cultural festivals and agricultural shows to family fun days. Also offering information on a wide range of activities including walking, cycling, fishing, golf and water sports to name but a few.

All the tourist information you need to ensure that your visit to North Wales is one you will remember and wish to repeat.

Phone: 08705 168767
Web:   www.nwt.co.uk

North Wales Tourism
Stay in LodgesOriginally launched by Sam Shimeld in May 2005 when on a work placement year from university, Stayin Online Guides have quickly grown to be one of the most effective and comprehensive on-line Accommodation & Tourist Guides for their designated areas.

Phone: 0800 122 3076
Web:   www.stayinlodges.co.uk
Stay in Lodges