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Tourist Attractions in North Wales Snowdonia & Self Catering Nearby


Coed-y-Brenin Go Ape Ganllwyd and self catering accommodation nearby...

A wonderful Tree Top Adventure based in the heart of Coed-y-Brenin Forest, North Wales. You’ll enjoy breathtaking scenery, tree top crossings & wind-in-your-face zip wires that will leave you and your tribe with monkey sized grins. A great way to get outdoors and try something a little bit unique. Go Ape at Coed y Brenin is open weekends and during bank holidays and school holidays.

Coed y Brenin Visitor Centre Ganllwyd and self catering accommodation nearby...

Coed y Brenin visitor centre is the gateway to Coed y Brenin Forest Park. Try world-class mountain bike trails, family walks, café, cycle shop, all-ability play area and an easy access trail.


Weaving on Dobcross loom, Trefriw and self catering accommodation nearby...

Visit our mill museum where we manufacture Welsh tapestry bedspreads and tweeds from the raw wool using electricity generated on site. The hydro-electric turbine can be viewed all year during shop hours, whilst weaving, carding engines, spinning mules, doubling and hanking machines and the warping mill can be viewed at various time during the year.

Beacon Climbing Centre, Caernarfon and self catering accommodation nearby...

Large indoor centre with all kinds of challenges, from a 56ft-high climbing wall to something that’s entirely off-the-wall – the world’s first CrazyClimb®, a wacky series of fun climbing routes (including one that’s like shinning up a drainpipe). There’s also a bouldering area and café. Taster sessions and tuition available for beginners.

Llechwedd Slate Caverns, Blaenau Ffestiniog and self catering accommodation nearby...

Llechwedd is no ordinary museum! Set in 2000 acres of land above the town of Blaenau Ffestiniog, we’re a living, working slate mine that has been active since opening in 1836. So grab a hard hat and take a ride into the world of the Victorian Slate Miner on the Miners’ Tramway tour or plunge deep into the ground and explore the vast caverns on the Deep Mine tour. Open from 10am daily with tours running regularly.

Yr Hwylfan / The Fun Centre, Caernarfon and self catering accommodation nearby...

North Wales’s biggest indoor adventure play centre, with a huge range of attractions and activities all under one roof. Giant drop slides, ball pools, maze, tubes, climbing nets, play areas, mini electric go karts and a laser game arena all included. And adults can escape to the licensed restaurant with patio area.

Tan y Ddraig Pottery, Llanberis and self catering accommodation nearby...

Tân y Ddraig (Dragon's Fire) is Llanberis' new pottery studio, sometimes known as a 'paint a pot' studio or ceramic café. Come and wake your inner artist, create and paint personalised pottery treasures and keepsakes from our range of blank pottery. You design and paint your chosen piece. We professionally glaze and fire your work. Collect within a week, or arrange posting to your home and treasure forever.

Inigo Jones Slate Works, Y Groeslon and self catering accommodation nearby...

Inigo Jones was founded in 1861 to produce school writing slates. Today the company prefabricates architectural, memorial, craft and landscape items from Welsh slate. There is a self guided tour of the works which includes a video and walkman presentation. There is a craft showroom, gift shop and cafe on site, also open all year.

Caernarfon and self catering accommodation nearby...

The town of Caernarfon has a superb setting, with the mountains of Snowdonia as a backdrop and wonderful views across the Menai Strait to Anglesey. Dominated by its majestic castle and ancient mediaeval walls, Caernarfon today is a busy market town with one of the highest percentages of Welsh speakers throughout Wales.

Bala Tourist Information Centre and self catering accommodation nearby...

Information on places to visit, things to do, places to eat, route planning, national and local events and much more.

Tree Top Adventure, Betws y Coed and self catering accommodation nearby...

A high-ropes adventure course that gives you a big buzz without the fear of falling. Negotiate over 30 obstacles, including balancing beams, rope bridges and zip wires. And are you up for the challenge of the world’s highest powerfan parachute plummet and Sky Ride, Europe’s highest giant swing? Suitable for almost everyone, from families to fun-seeking groups. There’s even a ‘Tree Tot Trail’ for younger children.

Zip World Experience in Bethesda and self catering accommodation nearby...

Zip World Snowdonia is a guided adventure experience in the most dramatic of settings – Penrhyn Quarry which is nestled amongst the mountains of north Wales. At over a mile long, this exciting new Zip World is Europe’s longest zip-wire ride.

Betws y Coed Tourist Information Centre and self catering accommodation nearby...

The staff at the centre will be delighted to assist with information on places to visit, things to do, places to eat etc and they also sell crafts, maps, guides and books.

Sygun Copper Mine, Beddgelert and self catering accommodation nearby...

Suitable for all the family and perfect for those with a sense of adventure and curiosity, Sygun Copper Mine offers a rare opportunity to discover the wonders of an historic copper mine first hand. There are winding tunnels and large colourful chambers with magnificent stalactite and stalagmite formations. Numerous activities, including lake side/mountain walks, pottery painting, archery, panning for gold, adventure playground and bouncy castle.

Ty Siamas, Dolgellau and self catering accommodation nearby...

This lovely old building in the centre of Dolgellau offers an interactive exhibition on Welsh traditional music, as well as a shop and cafe. There is also an auditorium which hosts regular concerts. It is named after Elis Siamas, from the nearby village of Llanfachreth. He lived in the late 17th and early 18th Centuries and is credited with the development of the triple harp which is synonymous with Welsh harp music.

Electric Mountain, Llanberis and self catering accommodation nearby...

On the shore of Llyn Padarn Electric Mountain marks the starting point for tours into Dinorwig Hydro Electric Power Station. Deep in Elidir Mountain is one of Europe’s largest man-made caverns, home to a pumped storage generator which converts the power of water into electricity. The Visitor Centre is also home to 'The Den' soft play area, an excellent cafe and gift shop and also has gallery space displaying the work of local artists.

Caernarfon Tourist Information Centre and self catering accommodation nearby...

Make the most of your stay by using the local tourist information centre. They can provide information on places to visit, things to do, places to eat, route planning, national and local events and more.

GreenWood Forest Park, Y Felinheli and self catering accommodation nearby...

Voted Best Family Attraction in North Wales for 2011 and 2012, days out don’t get much better than this! GreenWood Forest Park is set in 17 magical acres, where you will discover bags of woodland adventure, awesome attractions and forest family fun.

Conwy Valley Railway Museum, Betws y Coed and self catering accommodation nearby...

This Railway Museum includes a model shop and gift shop, train layouts, well known Jack Nelson LNWR dioramas, Steam and Diesel train ride on 7.25" Narrow Gauge Railway, Electric Tram Journey, Café and Buffet Coach which also caters for children’s parties. Picnic area and self drive mini dodgems and Toby tram. Fun for all the family.

Llanberis Tourist Information Centre and self catering accommodation nearby...

The local tourist information centre, located within the Electric Mountain in Llanberis can provide information on places to visit, things to do, places to eat, route planning, national and local events.

Canolfan Cywain Centre, Bala and self catering accommodation nearby...

Cywain provides a host of indoor and outdoor exhibitions which celebrate rural skills. The Centre has a vibrant calendar of performances, shows and festivals in addition to exhibitions by some of Wales’s finest Artists. Cywain offers a variety of activities which appeal to people of all ages ranging from a Food Festival to a Falconry display - there’s something for everyone! For little ones in your life Cywain provides an exciting and adventure packed new play area to keep them entertained. There is also a shop and a cafe at the Centre.

Meirion Woollen Mill, Dinas Mawddwy and self catering accommodation nearby...

Meirion Mill lies just off the A470 between Machynlleth and Dolgellau. The Mill shop has a wide range of beautifully designed craftware and clothing, including a tremendous selection of woollen items, Portmeirion Pottery and Welsh Royal Crystal. Playground for the children and a coffee shop, serving light meals and a tempting selection of cakes. Open every day throughout the year.

Tŷ Hyll (The Ugly House), Capel Curig and self catering accommodation nearby...

This cottage is full of history, legend and mystery. Nobody knows who built it or when, but we do know about some of the people who have lived here in the past… Enjoy the cosy tearoom with a log burning fire and explore the woodland and wildlife garden.

 
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