What to do
Our self catering holiday cottages are set in one of the most picturesque areas of North Wales, the Snowdonia National Park. With wonderful views, historical locations and fun activites, why not take advantage of some of the best that Snowdonia has to offer. With the mountains as a backdrop this area has some of the most breathtaking scenery of any part of the country. Check out some of our favourite local attractions below.
Prepare for a truly unique and exhilarating experience; the fastest zip line in the world. Soar over Penrhyn Quarry where you could travel at speeds of over 100mph while you take in the breathtaking views and feel the freedom of flight.
Surf Snowdonia is a world-first inland surf lagoon – the perfect destination for anyone looking for safe, fun, guaranteed surfable waves. You’ll find us in the heart of beautiful North Wales, where our magnificent man-made waves roll against a backdrop of mountains, forests and farmland.
Buried deep under the mountains of Snowdonia lies an extraordinary story: a rock revolution that shaped the look and feel of the world as we know it. A way of life which built communities and defined generations of families in North Wales.
Anglesey Sea Zoo is a unique aquarium with over 40 tanks displaying the best of British marine wildlife! Find fascinating creatures from around the coasts of the UK, such as octopus, lobsters, seahorses, conger eels and jellyfish!
Outstanding scenery, comfortable carriages and historic steam engines await you here in the heart of Snowdonia. Glorious coastlines, ancient oak woodlands, mountains, rivers and castles, all beckon as you embark on your journey on our award winning railways.
Snowdon Mountain Railway has been described as one of the most wonderful railway journeys in the world. With stunning scenery and awe-inspiring views it’s all part of a great day out for you and your family in North Wales.
Greenwood Forest Park
Consistently voted Best Family Attraction in North Wales, GreenWood boasts amazing family adventure play nestled amongst the trees, including the world’s only people powered coaster.
The Welsh Mountain Zoo occupies some 37 acres of lush green landscape overlooking Colwyn Bay and the Carneddau mountains in North Wales, with over 140 species housed in its collection.
Would you like to enter a steam environment full of lush vegitation, waterfalls and live butterflies flying all around you? Then just step into the magical world of Pili Palas. It really is a jungle in here!
Some of the most magnificent castles of Wales are reminders of a turbulent time during the Middle Ages. Beaumaris, Caernarfon, Conwy and Harlech are some the finest castles built by King Edward I in Wales.