DISCOVER NORTH WALES
If you are able to drive there are many other attractions for you to visit in the surrounding area from ancient castles to high adrenalin adventure parks and beautiful scenic walks.
A magnificent medieval fortress still towers over Conwy town after 700 years. Thanks to the restoration of the spiral towers you can complete the full circuit of the castle grounds for a small fee. It is well worth the visit, as Conwy itself is a picturesque town with a small harbour and is lined with shops, pubs and cafes. It is also home to Britain’s smallest house!
There are 3 locations across North Wales all offering various different activities for those who are thrill seekers! From the world’s fastest and Europe’s longest exhilarating zip line to underground trampolines you are sure to find lots of adventure here!!
Snowdonia National Park
You will find Wales’ highest mountain here, Snowdon, where climbers and walkers alike have visited for the spectacular natural beauty that Snowdonia National Park has to offer, Visitor access to the summit itself is made a little easier by the Snowdon mountain railway, we highly recommend you book this well in advance.
Isle of Anglesey
This picturesque island is separated from the mainland by the Menai straight and along its coast is a series of small resorts and fishing villages. The one you may have heard of being Holyhead or perhaps Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllandysiliogogogoch which holds the title of the world’s longest place name!
Gardeners shouldn’t pass up the opportunity to visit one of the oldest formal gardens in Wales. Bodnant Gardens part of the national trust, is located on a hillside which overlooks Conwy valley and offers amazing views as well as its superb floral displays. The most infamous is its 55metre long Laburnum Arch flowering each may and June.
Gwrych Castle is a Grade I listed 19th-century country house near Abergele in Conwy County Borough, North Wales. Its beautiful surroundings are worth a visit and since 2020 is famous for being home to the ITV1 programme “I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here” campsite.