in North Wales

North Wales has been named amongst the top 4 destinations to visit in the World…
when you take into consideration the stunning landscape and abundance of attractions & activities on offer, you can easily see why!

There is no shortage of things to do in North Wales; from the miles of unspoilt coastline, magnificent mountains, numerous heritage sites and unique adventure activities, there’s something for everyone! Here are just a few of our suggestions…

Go and Explore

  • Offa’s Dyke is on our doorstep and you can join one of the footpaths less than a mile from the park (0.6 miles – LL17 0TP)
  • Snowdonia National Park is home to Wales’ highest mountain, Snowdon, offering views across the sea to Ireland. The park also has an extensive network of trails, over 100 lakes and craggy peaks like Cader Idris and Tryfan (22.5 miles – 40 mins)
  • North Wales Coastal Path – there is 34 miles of cycle path along the North Wales coast between Talacre and Penmaenmawr. It is mostly hard surfaced and nearly continuously off-road (nearest point 6 miles – LL19 7EY)
  • Prestatyn Golf Course is the most northerly course in mainland Wales and is routed across 150 acres of natural links land (9 miles – LL19 7HS)

For the Adrenaline Junkie

  • Zip World Velocity is the fastest zip line in the world and the longest in Europe
    (37 miles – LL57 4YG)
  • Llandegla Mountain Biking is one of the UK’s leading mountain bike trail centres which has something for everyone, no matter what your experience or ability
    (30 miles – LL11 3AA)
  • National White Water Centre is the best location for white water rafting and kayaking on natural rapids in the United Kingdom
    (31 miles – LL23 7NU)
  • Surf Snowdonia a world-first inland surf lagoon with guaranteed, consistent waves offering surfing for all ages and abilities
    (26.5 miles – LL32 8QE)

Heritage and Culture

  • Conwy Castle a world heritage site; it is an imposing thirteenth-century castle and walls situated in Conwy’s quaint harbor (20 miles – LL32 8AY)
  • Llanberis Slate Museum this living, working museum tells the story of North Wales’ slate industry. Highlights include; daily slate-splitting demonstrations, furnished quarrymen’s houses and a giant waterwheel (LL55 4TY – 43 miles)
  • Denbigh Castle – Crowning a steep hill above the medieval town, the castle was built to control the lordship of Denbigh (LL16 3NB – 7.5 miles)
  • Bodnant Gardens is a National Trust property and one of the finest gardens in Britain, covering over 80 acres (21.5 miles – LL28 5RE)
  • Great Orme Tramway is Britain’s only cable-hauled public road tramway and one of only three surviving in the world (LL30 2NB – 22 miles)