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North Wales

North Wales is rich in heritage, culture and exciting new experiences throughout the year It’s not just a place to visit, it’s a place to explore, discover and re-visit time and time again, its ease of access makes it the ideal short break or additional holiday destination. You will be spoilt for choice so why not enjoy precious family time in the most awe-inspiring landscape you're ever likely to find.

A new decade is upon us and there has never been a better time to visit.

This easy to use pocket guide features a range of accommodation establishments and things to do in North Wales and a selection of dining options for you to choose from. Travelling to North Wales has never been easier whether you let the train take the strain, hop on a coach, fly in style or journey by car.

There is something to do in all weather and for all ages - visit elegant historic houses and gardens, visit industrial sites or simply relaxing and enjoying the flora and fauna in the areas of outstanding natural beauty.

If you are travelling from overseas, airports at Manchester and Liverpool are the closest with excellent car hire & rail services to get to your destination.

If you crave a little excitement, we have that too. Why not seek out some North Wales adventure and activities - after all we've become the adventure and outdoor capital of the UK.

We look forward to welcoming you to North Wales...

4 Mountain Ranges

250 Miles of Coastline

5 World Heritage Sites

If you haven't yet visited North Wales... you don't know what you are missing.

Once here, there are so many ways to explore, you will be spoilt for choice, so why not visit our website www.gonorthwales.co.uk for more inspiration or call to book your holiday break today on 01492 531731. Alternatively you can scan our QR code!

Itinerary Ideas

Year of the Outdoors With emphasis on well-being and discovering the outdoors, what better place to visit than North Wales – we have it all! North Wales makes a big impression on visitors with its spectacular views and unparalleled beauty with its range of diverse attractions and activities but we are also a land of outstanding natural beauty, lakes, rivers and coastline. Why not visit North Wales and find your novel and unique experiences that generate great memories and stories that you can share with others for the rest of your lives. Enjoy the outdoors with its magnificent scenery, fresh air and improve your personal wellbeing.

For a small place, North Wales has a big list of things to see and do from activities, wildlife, museums, art galleries and slate caverns. Or why not enjoy the magnificent scenery in comfort whilst savouring the romance of gleaming steam engines and carriages. We’re also big on family attractions from adventure and farm parks, zoo’s and multi activity centres.

To help organise your visit to North Wales we have put together various day out itineraries that you may find useful in helping to plan your stay in the region. If these aren't what you’re looking for why not build your own? Whether it’s for a special occasion, for individuals, groups or trip away with friends you can create your personalised North Wales itinerary. visit itineraries.gonorth.wales

Come to North Wales and Immerse Yourself in a Transformational Experience.

Discover a Taste of Wales The Welsh Lovespoon A handcrafted gift made from a solid block of wood, the tradition of a male admirer crafting a lovespoon for a young woman indicated to the woman’s family that he was skilled and capable with his hands. The oldest existing lovespoon in Wales dates back to 1667. Each specific carving on the spoon is symbolic, from the eternal love of the Celtic knot, to the twisted stem indicating togetherness.

The Leek

St David

The leek is the national emblem of Wales. According to legend the patron Saint of Wales St David on the eve of the battle against the Saxons advised Welsh soldiers to wear leeks in their caps so as to easily distinguish friend from foe.

Patron Saint of Wales. On 1 March each year we celebrate our patron Saint, Dewi Sant or St David who died on that day in 589AD

Welsh Phrases... Welsh


Pronounce It

Bore da Prynhawn da Noswaith dda Nos Da Croeso Os gwelwch yn dda Diolch Sut mae? Da Da iawn Da iawn diolch Iechyd da! Bendigedig Hwyl fawr

Good morning Good afternoon Good evening Good night Welcome Please Thank you How are things? Good Very good Very well thank you Good health/cheers! Great Good bye

Boh-reh dah Prin-houn dah Noss-why-th tha Noss dah Croy-so Os gwel oowch un tha Dee-olch See-my Dah Dah ee-awn Dah ee-awn dee olch Yeh-chid dah Ben-dee-ge dig Hoo-il vowr

Did you Know?


Seven Wonders of Wales

The daffodil is the national flower of Wales and is a symbol of our patron saint, David, (Dewi Sant in Welsh) and of rebirth and faithfulness because they bloom every year even after the harshest winters. St David’s Day is celebrated in Wales on the 1st of March.

Can be found in the North East. Pistyll Rhaeadr and Wrexham Steeple Snowdon's mountain without it's people Overton Yew trees, St Winefride's Well Llangollen Bridge and Gresford Bell.

Santes Dwynwen Welsh patron saint of lovers is the Welsh equivalent to Valentine's Day and is celebrated on 25 January every year. It celebrates Dwynwen, the Welsh saint of lovers.

The Harp The harp is the only traditional instrument in Wales with an unbroken history up to the present day. It is also the instrument most often cited in Welsh literature through the ages.

What’s in a Name? 59 letters actually!! In the 19th century a joker was responsible for naming this town in Anglesey (deep breath) LLANFAIRPWLLGWYNGYLLGOGERYCHWYRNDROBWLLLLANTYSILIOGOGOGOCH

It is the longest name in Europe and the second longest official one word place name in the world. North Wales is home to three of Wales’ five Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty including the Llŷn Peninsula, the Clwydian Range and the Isle of Anglesey.

The longest running Punch and Judy show in the world is the one on Llandudno’s promenade – running for over 150 years.

Food in Plan it! North Wales MAY

They say we are what we eat...


Victorian Extravaganza

Curtis Cup

Llandudno victorian-extravaganza.com

Llandudno randa.org/en/championships/curtiscup



International Eisteddfod

Anglesey Agricultural Show

Llangollen international-eisteddfod.co.uk

Anglesey angleseyshow.org.uk


...which explains why we’re a happy lot here in North Wales. Our fruit and veg are as fresh as the air. Our meat and dairy as healthy as the grass our herds chew on. Food has rarely tasted this good! But like all good hosts, we like to share. There are just so many great local flavours to tickle the taste buds why not come and visit and see for yourself.

For further information on events taking place in North Wales please visit our website gonorthwales.co.uk


Gwledd Conwy Feast

North Wales International Music Festival

Conwy conwyfeast.co.uk

St Asaph nwimf.com NOVEMBER


Welsh Cakes is a delicious little cake flavoured with spice and dried fruit, baked on a griddle, best served warm and sprinkled with sugar. A real Welsh treat.


Welsh Rarebit

is a welsh stew traditionally made with Welsh lamb & leeks.

is 'Posh' cheese on toast and is also a famous welsh dish.


Bara Brith

or Bara lawr in Welsh is a Welsh seaweed delicacy. The laver is mixed with oatmeal and then formed into patties and fried.

translates to speckled bread and is a traditional Welsh fruit loaf made with tea.

North Wales Choral Festival

Portmeirion Food & Craft Fair

Llandudno northwaleschoralfestival.com

Portmeirion portmeirion-village.com

Theatres Venue Cymru Llandudno 01492 872000 venuecymru.co.uk

Pontio Bangor 01248 382828 pontio.co.uk

Theatr Clwyd Mold 01352 701521 theatrclwyd.com

Pavilion Theatre Rhyl 01745 330000 rhylpavilion.co.uk

Galeri Caernarfon 01286 685250 galericaernarfon.com

Stiwt Theatre Wrexham 01978 841300 stiwt.com

It’s that part of Wales between Chester to the east and Snowdonia to the west. Very handy for both. Even better as a destination in its own right. Where Wales begins and the gentle Marcher countryside transforms gradually into the dramatic valley and mountain setting of North East Wales.

North East Wales You can virtually reach out and touch it.

From Iron Age hill forts and seaside towns to big open spaces, clean fresh air, miles of tracks and trails, exciting

festivals and action packed outdoor activities; this stunning part of the world has all the makings of an unforgettable holiday. Ninety minutes after leaving Liverpool, Manchester or Birmingham, you could be afloat on one of Britain’s most beautiful waterways - the Llangollen Canal.

Angen gwybodaeth am drafnidiaeth gyhoeddus er mwyn teithio o amgylch y gogledd-ddwyrain? Need public transport information to travel around North East Wales?


Eyarth Station Guest House

Tucked away in a cosy corner of North Wales is Gladstone’s Library, the UK’s only residential library and the national memorial to Prime Minister William Ewart Gladstone.

Converted Railway Station, in a peaceful location close to the historic town of Ruthin.

Comfortable boutique bedrooms, delicious home cooked food, a thriving events programme and 150,000 books and printed items to keep you occupied. A true hidden gem.

Evening meals, packed lunches, transport and luggage drop offs by arrangement, licensed, pet friendly, free Wi-Fi, private parking. Ideal base for walkers and cyclists.


Restaurant with Rooms

Llanfair Dyffryn Clwyd, Ruthin, Denbighshire LL15 2EE Phone 01824 703643 stay@eyarthstation.com www.eyarthstation.com

No of Rooms 5 • En-suite 5

B&B per room per night





5 en-suite bedrooms, including 3 ground floor rooms and large family room.


B&B per room per night


No of Rooms 26 • En-suite 19 Months Open 50 weeks



Self Catering

Manorhaus Ruthin

The Stableyard

Manorhaus is a boutique eight bedroom restaurant with rooms in the centre of Ruthin, a historic market town at the heart of the Vale of Clwyd.

Part of the oldest property in Bangor-on-Dee's historic village, the 2-bedroomed cottage is annexed to the 17th century building, while the two 1-bedroomed cottages are barnstyle conversions of 19th century outbuildings.

Our restaurant brings together contemporary tastes and the finest local ingredients.

Two local pubs and racecourse easily accessible. 300 metres from the River Dee (fishing by arrangement). Prices include a 2-day starter pack of breakfasts, comprising cereal, muesli, eggs, bread, butter and preserves. Free Wifi.



B&B per room per night


No of Rooms 8 En-suite 8


High Street, Bangor-on-Dee Wrexham, LL13 0AU Phone 01978 780642 info@stableyard.co.uk www.stableyard.co.uk

No of Units 3 • Sleeps Min 1, Max 6 Please note: Single night bookings taken

Per unit per week



We are also dog friendly.


Facilities include a private cinema, guest library and sauna and steam room.

Well Street, Ruthin, Denbighshire LL15 1AH Phone 01824 704830 post@manorhaus.com www.manorhaus.com

Guest House

Gladstone’s Library


Church Lane, Hawarden, Flintshire CH5 3DF Phone 01244 532350 enquiries@gladib.org www.gladstonelibrary.org


Guest Accommodation


North Wales Coast Sailing. Sand. Sea air and great family attractions.

Just some of the reasons to head for this coastline - The North Wales Coast is a Welsh Riviera of contrast and charm. Llandudno, known as the Queen of Welsh Resorts is situated mid-way along this beautifully dramatic coastline. With its great curved bay with the Great Orme at one end (that’s a mountainous headland, by the way) and the Little Orme at the other. With a perfectly preserved Victorian seafront. A pier that’s

2,200ft/670m long. And a Blue Flag beach. Ideal for families. Don’t forget Rhyl and Prestatyn 7 miles of sand join two of Britain’s most famous resorts. For big kids of all ages. All year-round breaks, filled with family fun, good food, great walking, world-class theatre and a full calendar of exciting events - all within easy reach of Snowdonia.

Angen gwybodaeth am drafnidiaeth gyhoeddus er mwyn crwydro’r arfordir?

Need public transport information to explore the coast?





St George’s Hotel YOUR FOUR STAR HOTEL BY THE SEA Experience Llandudno and all that the North Wales coast has to offer by staying in the St George’s luxury hotel in Llandudno. Combining traditional Victorian elegance and its stunning setting with the comfort of a luxurious 4 star hotel. Every detail of the hotel is designed to offer a relaxed, intimate atmosphere, calm moods and a fresh, professional approach to service.

B&B per person per night


Bryn Derwen Bed & Breakfast The Bryn Derwen is located on a quiet tree lined avenue only 5 minute’s walk from the shops, fine restaurants and bars.

Our 71 tastefully decorated bedrooms all have en suites and have either views of the Irish Sea or the beautiful Clwyd mountain range. No of Rooms 72 En-suite 72

Private car park available.

Whatever your heart desires for that perfect getaway, look no further than The Beaches Hotel, Prestatyn. MIN

B&B per room per night £65.00


Our onsite Bryn Restaurant and Promenade Bar serve freshly produced delicacies which cater for a wide range of culinary tastes.

Relax and unwind when you walk through the door into our spacious guest lounge or enjoy a drink from our licensed bar in the garden whilst your bags are taken to one of our 9 individual en-suite rooms.


34 Abbey Road, Llandudno Conwy, LL30 2EE Phone 01492 876804 / 07790492202 brynderwen34@btinternet.com www.bryn-derwen.co.uk

No of Rooms 9 En-suite 9

B&B per room per night



Situated on the stunning North Wales Coast and with direct access to Barkby Beach, The Beaches Hotel is the perfect destination for a family break, a romantic getaway and any event which you may have to celebrate.




The Beaches Hotel

Beach Road East, Prestatyn Denbighshire, LL19 7LG Phone 01745 853072 info@thebeacheshotel.com www.thebeacheshotel.com



No of Rooms 82 En-suite 82 MIN

The Promenade, Llandudno, Conwy LL30 2LG Phone 01492 877544 reservations@stgeorgeswales.co.uk stgeorgeswales.co.uk




Pleasant View Holiday Park

Threeways Motorhomes Ltd

Our holiday chalets offer you clean tidy self-catering accommodation.

Threeways Motorhome Hire

All are equipped with all you require.

Prices from £110 per night in our luxury new motorhomes, with a minimum of 3 nights hire.

This family run holiday park is close to the village of Rhuddlan, adjacent to the River Clwyd.

For any enquiries on sales please contact our sales team on 01745 827607.

A bar/club is on site with reasonable prices on wines and beers. Play area for children & toddlers. A laundry is on site and parking is alongside each bungalow. We also have 16 touring pitches available.

We are happy to help.


Holiday Park


No of Units 4 • Sleeps Min 2, Max 6

Per unit per night




Faenol Avenue, Abergele Conwy, LL22 7HT Phone 01745 827607 j.nettleton@threewaysgarage.co.uk www.threewaysmotorhomes.net


Per unit per week


No of Units 10 • Sleeps Min 1, Max 4 MIN

Abbey Road, Rhuddlan, Denbighshire LL18 5RL Phone 01745 590282 / 07711845191 stuart.pvhp@gmail.com www.pleasantviewholidaypark.co.uk


Self Catering




Are you missing out on the best deals?

Whether you’re looking for an idyllic weekend or an action packed family break, our holidays provide freedom, excitement and relaxation. After all, many of our visitors come back to holiday with us time and time again.

Static Caravans 900

Short breaks £150.00


At Thornley Leisure Parks we are certain we can offer you the right ingredients for your perfect family holiday. We always ensure that you are offered luxury holiday accommodation, equipped to an exceptionally high standard in fantastic locations across North Wales.

William Sutcliffe Suite, Raymond Court, Princes Drive, Colwyn Bay, Conwy LL29 8HT Phone 01492 532300 enquiries@thornleyleisure.co.uk www.thornleyleisure.co.uk


Thornley Leisure Parks





Weekly rates £900.00


Holiday Park

Palins Holiday Park Enjoy a fun packed family holiday in a quality caravan at a superior holiday park situated on the beautiful North Wales coast, where the mountains meet the sea.

Weekly rate per unit/pitch



Morfa Avenue, Kinmel Bay Rhyl, Conwy LL18 5LE Phone 01745 342672 enquiries@palinsholidaypark.co.uk www.palins.com


The park facilities include indoor heated fun pool, cabaret bar and indoor play area, amusement arcade, pub, restaurant, adventure playground, football area, chip shop, supermarket and launderette. Fun for all the family here at Palins.


Go Direct with Go North Wales will allow you to get the best rates possible by contacting the owners direct

Snowdonia We’ve mountains. Really big ones like Snowdon and Tryfan. Where you can climb, scramble, hike and abseil.

What about a train ride up Wales and England’s highest peak for a cup of tea (or a panad as we say in Welsh). Hafod Eryri, the state-of-the-art visitor centre on Snowdon’s majestic summit has to be seen to be believed. Or travel deep underground and experience what it took to roof the world. Our steam trains are part and parcel of the slate industry story and the stream powered journey stays in the memory long after the vapours have vanished.

activities and events for the young, and the not so young. This region also includes the Llŷn Peninsula which is one of three Areas of Outstanding Natural beauty in North Wales – a magnificent coastline that complements those high peaks perfectly. So whatever you're doing here, chances are it's got a good view. Perfect, some might say. And who are we to argue?

Snowdonia isn’t just for serious walkers. We’re big on family holidays too with a wide range of attractions,

Angen gwybodaeth am drafnidiaeth gyhoeddus er mwyn teithio o amgylch Eryri?

Need public transport information to travel around Snowdonia?


THE GaTEway To SnowDonia

Portmeirion Portmeirion, a North Wales holiday village where nothing is quite what it seems. Situated on a private peninsula overlooking stunning coastal scenery, Portmeirion is an architectural fantasy built by Welsh architect Sir Clough Williams-Ellis.

No of Rooms 59 En-suite 59 Months open 12

B&B per room per night




Minffordd, Penrhyndeudraeth Gwynedd, LL48 6ER Phone 01766 770 000 stay@portmeirion.wales www.portmeirion.wales

Home to two hotels, a cluster of historic cottages, iconic architecture, a spa, stylish shops, award winning restaurants, casual cafes, an Italian ice cream parlour, exotic gardens and sandy beach coves. Enjoy the magical open-air experience as we celebrate the Year of Outdoors.


Betws-y-Coed and the surrounding area is the perfect base from which to explore all of North Wales. As the “Gateway to Snowdonia” it is the principal village of the Snowdonia National Park. There is superb accommodation (for all budgets and needs), great places to eat, independent shops and galleries, a range of outdoor shops and plenty of adventures and attractions on the doorstep. Set in an idyllic location and surrounded by forest, lakes, rivers and waterfalls the area has a distinctive Alpine feel. Betws-y-Coed & District Tourism Association members extend a warm Welsh welcome to visitors all year round.




Caerwylan Hotel The Caerwylan enjoys some of the best coastal views in North Wales, and is the ideal base to explore Snowdonia and the Llŷn Peninsula, including some spectacular golf courses.

Book accommodation direct for best prices at www.visitbetwsycoed.co.uk

From the exterior we might look like a traditional seaside hotel, but the interior is fresh, modern, relaxing and comfortable.

B&B per person per night



No of Rooms 24 En-suite 24 Months Open 10 MIN

Beach Bank, Criccieth, Gwynedd LL52 0HP Phone 01766 522547 reception@caerwylan.com www.caerwylan.co.uk


Silver Hotel



Royal oak Hotel

Royal Sportsman

In the heart of Betws-y-Coed at the gateway to Snowdonia.

The hotel was built in 1862, originally as a traditional coaching inn, with local Blaenau Ffestiniog slate still visible from the outside.




B&B per room per night


No of Rooms 27 • En-suite 27


131 High Street, Porthmadog Gwynedd, LL49 9HB Phone 01766 512015 enquiries@royalsportsman.co.uk www.royalsportsman.co.uk

Black Boy inn

The Waterloo Hotel set in the beautiful picture postcard village of Betws-y-Coed in the Snowdonia National Park is the ideal base to discover the endless array of what North Wales has to offer.

The award winning Black Boy Inn is steeped in history and is the perfect base to explore North Wales. Our award winning restaurant is renowned for the quality of the food and the choices on offer. Please check out our website for special deals.

B&B per room per night





Guest House

Celtic Royal Hotel

wenallt Guest House

A historic hotel situated on the edge of Snowdonia National Park within walking distance of the historical heritage town of Caernarfon, the perfect base to explore North Wales. This Deluxe Hotel offers 110 chic en-suite bedrooms with complimentary use of the leisure facilities.

A warm welcome awaits you at Wenallt, our large Edwardian house close to Portmeirion and a short walk from the Ffestiniog Steam Railway, ideally located for Snowdonia’s attractions.


Penrhyndeudraeth, Gwynedd, LL48 6PW Phone 01766 770321 wenalltguesthouse@btinternet.com www.wenalltguesthouse.co.uk CAERNARFON




B&B per room per night


No of Rooms 104 • En-suite 104


B&B per room per night Restaurant with Rooms



Guest Accommodation

Plas Dinas Country House & The Gunroom Restaurant

We are ideally located for walkers, climbers, cyclists and many outdoor attractions. Opposite the Llanberis path and the Snowdon Mountain Railway the hotel cannot be easier for those wishing to walk or take the train to the summit. The Royal Victoria Hotel Snowdonia is uniquely placed on the edge of the Snowdonia National Park within 30 acres of our very own gardens and woodlands. Being cradled between two lakes Llyn Padarn and Llyn Peris as well as the Welsh mountains our location is quite simply breathtaking.

No of Rooms 4 En-suite 4 Prices based on 2 sharing double/twin room. Single available MAX



B&B per room per night


No of Rooms 110 En-suite 110


• Fine-Dining Restaurant and Cosy Bistro Bar • Gym, 16m pool, bubble pool and sauna • Conference Facilities hosting up to 300 delegates • On-site free parking for guests • Dance Floor 2100sq ft

Fully en-suite spacious and comfortable rooms have sofas, TV’s, hot drinks trays etc. Delicious cooked breakfasts using local produce (vegetarian and vegan options) are served in the dining room overlooking Penrhyndeudraeth to estuary and mountains beyond.

The Royal Victoria Hotel

Llanberis, Gwynedd, LL55 4TY Phone 01286 870253 enquiries@theroyalvictoria.co.uk www.theroyalvictoria.co.uk

No of Rooms 47 • En-suite 47 MAX


Northgate Street, Caernarfon Gwynedd LL55 1RW Phone 01286 673604 office@black-boy-inn.com www.black-boy-inn.com





No of Rooms 48 En-suite 48

B&B per room per night



Plas Dinas, 5* award-winning historic Country House set in Snowdonia. Formerly the home of Lord Snowdon, offering ten individually styled bedrooms. Nestled between the Snowdonia mountains and the Irish sea. Take a stroll around our 15 acres in the Summer or sit by the roaring log fire in the Drawing Room on a cold Winter’s day, you’ll relax the minute you arrive. Bontnewydd, Caernarfon Gwynedd, LL54 7YF Phone 01286 830214 annie@plasdinas.co.uk www.plasdinas.co.uk

No of Rooms 10 En-suite 10 Months open 12

B&B per room per night




AA Gold Inn


waterloo Hotel


Bangor Street, Caernarfon Gwynedd LL55 1AY Phone 01286 674477 reservations@celtic-royal.co.uk www.celtic-royal.co.uk

B&B per person per night



All guests receive full complimentary use of the leisure facilities which includes our heated pool, Jacuzzi, steam room and sauna.

Holyhead Road, Betws-y-Coed, Conwy LL24 0AR Phone 01690 710411 reservations@waterloo-hotel.info www.waterloo-hotel.info

No of Rooms 28 En-suite 28 MAX

With three dining venues highlighting local produce, we offer the perfect choice for any occasion.

It retains many of its original features such as stone and slate fireplaces in Gelert’s Bar and our comfortable lounge. Centrally located, the hotel is found at the quieter end of the High Street in a town often described as the “Gateway to Snowdonia.” It is very close to the harbour, Ffestiniog & Welsh Highland Railways and all shops which are within about five minutes walking distance.


This former Victorian coaching inn provides comfortable accommodation with heritage décor and modern facilities.

Holyhead Road, Betws-y-Coed Conwy LL24 0AY Phone 01690 710219 reservations@royaloakhotel.net www.royaloakhotel.net








Self Catering

old Mill Farmhouse


Welcome to our friendly B&B.

Luxury Wales Getaway

With seven en-suite rooms sleeping nineteen people, we can cater for everyone, including groups and disabled visitors. Wander round our beautiful garden, enjoy the extensive garden railway, meet our llamas and poultry.

Hafod-y-Morfa is a stunning, luxury holiday getaway with a hot tub overlooking uninterrupted views of Harlech Castle. Benefitting from being a stones throw away from Royal St David’s golf course and Harlech beach.

Situated five minutes from Coed y Brenin mountain bike centre, twenty minutes from Llechwedd Zip World and one hour from Mount Snowdon. Pets welcome by arrangement.





Self Catering

Forest Holidays

Traditional family run guest house in the heart of Llanberis.

Escape to self-catering cabins in Beddgelert, Snowdonia all with private hot tubs.

Within walking distance of all local amenities and attractions. All our rooms are individually styled giving cosy comfort. With complimentary Wi-Fi, satellite TV, beverage tray, private parking, secure yard for motorbikes. Hearty breakfast included. Packed lunches and evening meals by arrangement. Erw Fair is an ideal base for exploring Snowdon and surrounding area.

Forest Holidays are perfect getaways for families, couples, groups of friends and even your dogs in our specific pet friendly cabins!

Gors-lŵyd Cottage

• Stunning mountain and sea views • Mountain walks from the door • WiFi • Large private gardens • Large Games Room • Winner of GoNW Best Self Catering Accommodation 2017 • Regional Winner North Wales Tourism Awards 2018 • 5* Visit Wales rated



No of Units 1 • Sleeps Max 4




Touring & Holiday Park

Min y Don Holiday Home and Touring Park

Gors-lŵyd Cottage...a mountain retreat on the Llŷn Peninsula. Award Winning 5* cottage nestled on the southern slopes of Yr Eifl, the highest mountain on the Llŷn Peninsula.


Per unit per week


Self Catering

Per unit per week

Units 12 • Sleeps Min 2 Max 8 MAX


• Wifi free of charge • Don’t delay, book today! Gwynfryn Farm, Pwllheli, Gwynedd LL53 5UF Phone 01758 612536 / 07786767678 gwynfrynfarm@btconnect.com www.gwynfrynfarm.co.uk

Set below the magnificent World Heritage Site of Harlech Castle, a few hundred yards from the spectacular beach, Min-Y-Don is a caravan holiday home and touring park of the highest quality in an outstanding location.

Beach Road, Harlech, Gwynedd LL46 2UG Phone 01766 780286 manager@minydonholidayhomepark.co.uk www.minydonholidayhomepark.co.uk

Our immaculately kept park has been awarded the Welsh Tourist Board Five Star rating. The site is easily accessible with spacious level pitches, tarmac roads, low-level lighting and careful landscaping. Pitches 100 Open 1st March till the 1st November 2020

Per pitch per night





Adults only

Self Catering

Complete with indoor Swimming pool, sauna, spa, games room, soft play area, tennis court and gym all on site. All cottages are clean and well equipped.

The cottage is located a few miles to the west of Conwy on the North Wales coast, and enjoys stunning views of the coast. This is an excellent base from which to explore North Wales.



Relax and unwind on this organic dairy farm near Pwllheli where children can help the farmer collect eggs, feed hens, rabbits, goats and lambs in spring plus so much more.

This luxury two bedroom cottage sleeps 4 adults, and has a balcony with superb views over Conwy Bay to Anglesey and the Great Orme at Llandudno.



Gwynfryn Farm Holidays Ltd

Cae Cyd Holiday Cottage is a stunning barn conversion on the North Wales coast at the edge of the Snowdonia National Park near Conwy.

Per unit per week

Daily rate per unit


Self Catering

No of Units 1 • Sleeps Min 2, Max 4

No of Rooms 16 Sleeps 2-6 MAX





B&B per room per night

Beddgelert, Gwynedd LL55 4UU Phone 03330 110 495 info@forestholidays.co.uk www.forestholidays.co.uk


No of Rooms 8 En-suite 6 Months open 12

Save 10% on breaks booked before 31/12/2020 and taken before 31/12/2021 using discount code NORTHWALES

Cae Cyd Holiday Cottage

Llithfaen, Pwllheli, Gwynedd, LL53 6PA Phone 07960 284357 sam@welshbreak.com www.welshbreak.com

Per unit per week

Erw Fair Guest House


Tyddyn Du, Conwy Old Road Dwygyfylchi, Penmaenmawr LL34 6RE Phone 01492 622300 stay@caecydcottage.co.uk www.caecydcottage.co.uk

No of Units 1 • Sleeps Min 2, Max 8 MAX

Beach Road, Harlech Gwynedd, LL46 2UG Phone 01766 780286 manager@minydonholidayhomepark.co.uk www.dioni.co.uk/hafod-y-morfa



Guest House


High Street, Llanberis Gwynedd, LL55 4HA Phone 01286 872400 erwfair@outlook.com www.erwfair.co.uk



B&B per person per night


No of Rooms 7 En-suite 7 Months open 12


Fron Oleu Farm, Trawsfynydd Gwynedd, LL41 4UN Phone 01766 540397 stay@oldmillfarmhouse.co.uk www.oldmillfarmhouse.co.uk



Static caravans

Betws-y-Coed THE GaTEway To SnowDonia... Together with the neighbouring villages and towns Betws-y-Coed is a gem, gifted with hidden lakes, cascading waterfalls, historic bridges and serene river havens.

Gorse Hill Caravan & Lodge Park

This magical setting has a distinctly Alpine feel and is enhanced by the dense Gwydyr Forest in which it nestles. Mountain biking, walking, leisure and adventure activities are all on the doorstep as well as an opportunity to take in the local cultural heritage.

Conwy, LL32 8HJ Phone 01492 593465 sales@gorsehill.co.uk www.gorsehill.co.uk

NORTH WALES' EXCLUSIVE CARAVAN AND LODGE HOLIDAY PARK; Gorse Hill is North Wales' best kept secret. Established in 1954, this privately-owned park boasts luxury caravans and lodges and is surrounded by some of the most magnificent landscapes in Britain, with stunning views in every direction. Quietly tucked away on the outskirts of the famous medieval walled-town of Conwy, the park is within easy reach of the countless attractions and activities on offer in this wonderful part of the world.


Lodges and static caravans

The Betws-y-Coed district is a spectacular and convenient yearround base from which to explore the Snowdonia’s mountains, 5 medieval castles; outdoor adventures including the longest and fastest zip lines in Europe; and artificial surfing lagoon and glorious wide sandy beaches among all the other attractions that North Wales has to offer. Within the district there is a huge choice of accommodation from luxury hotels and B&B’s to camping sites and bunkhouses, catering for

Hendre Coed isaf Caravan Park

Llanaber, Barmouth Gwynedd, LL42 1AJ Phone 01341 280597 enquiry@hendrecoedisaf.co.uk www.hendrecoedisaf.co.uk

Hillside location boasting outstanding sea views. Caravan and lodges for hire and sale. Luxury units within a short walk of Barmouth and Barmouth beach.

No of Units 20 • Sleeps Min 4, Max 8

Onsite facilities include excellent 5 star restaurant, bar, children’s pirate play area and outdoor swimming pool.


Caravans season 1 March to 10th January.




Weekly rate per unit/pitch £300.00


Lodges open 12 months.


Daily Rate per unit/pitch

Pets welcome by prior arrangement.


every possible budget and requirement. There is also a wide range of cafes, pubs and restaurants to choose from. Many an hour can be passed browsing the independent shops retailing crafts, clothing, gifts, local produce and art galleries showcasing Welsh artists. The extensive collection of outdoor shops means visitors will never be short of gear for their mountain adventures. Whatever visitors are seeking, the people of Betws-y-Coed are keen to welcome them and to share their wealth of knowledge, information and experience of all that this amazing area has to offer.

Not that we’re remote, far from it. You could leave Manchester at nine and be in one of our many attractions by eleven and Birmingham is only a three hour drive away.


You won’t be on the Island long without noticing its breath-taking views. Much of the Island has been designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty; with 60 sites of Special Scientific Interest and 4 Natural Nature Reserves, and of course we don’t just do award-winning

Anglesey is an island, surrounded by the Irish Sea. The largest island in Wales, as it happens.

beaches after all you’d expect an island with 125 miles of coastline to have quite a few. The only way to experience this and everything else Anglesey has to offer is to come and stay. Take time to relax into the Island’s slower pace and be taken in by its easy charm. Whether you’re a beach-lover, a water sports enthusiast, a cyclist or an explorer, the Isle of Anglesey will make a memorable impression on you.

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Gwesty Gadlys Hotel Get comfortable in one of 14 en-suite bedrooms boasting all the essential amenities and calming, fresh décor.

B&B per room per night




No of Rooms 14 En-suite 14 Months Open 12 MIN

Cemaes Bay, Anglesey, LL67 0LH Phone 01407 710227 reception@gadlys.co.uk www.gadlys.co.uk

With a well-equipped private dining/function room any occasion can be catered for. Sit down to a scrumptious meal in the Bay View Restaurant and Bar which promises to be full of delectable flavours. Within the hotel’s chic bar, you’ll find 32 different wines 12 beers a tasteful range of local gins and cocktails, meaning that rain or shine you’ll be fine! Promotional offers via website.


Self Catering

Ty’n Lon Cottage Lovely non-smoking family country cottage with 4 bedrooms, one en-suite sleeping 7 (Max 5 adults). Excellent facilities and fully equipped. French doors overlook mature garden with fishpond. Large adjacent field for ball games. Electricity, oil central heating, bedding, towels, grocery pack, toiletries included. Warm welcome assured.



Cottage Sleeps 1-7

Per unit per week


Llanddaniel, Gaerwen, Anglesey, LL60 6NN Phone 01248 422061 / 07718887715 y.m.roberts5@gmail.com www.tynloncottage.co.uk


For further information on accommodation on the Isle of Anglesey please visit our website www.gonorthwales.co.uk


We’ve become the adventure and outdoor capital of the UK. Some North Wales adventure activities are unique. Others are record breaking – longest, fastest, the best in the world. Most are family friendly and you’ll always be in capable hands. Most of the attractions and activities in North Wales are open all year round, so no matter when you visit you can be sure of a great day out.

Thinking about your next holiday destination? See why North Wales is the perfect choice…

For a small place, North Wales has a big list of attractions. Why not enjoy precious family time in the most awe-inspiring landscape you're ever likely to find? Visiting elegant historic houses and gardens, seeking out the best adrenalin activities on offer, visiting industrial sites or simply walking, relaxing and enjoying the flora and fauna in the areas of outstanding natural beauty. There really is something for everyone here in North Wales. Crave a little excitement? Seek out some North Wales adventure and outdoor activities.

Bangor-on-Dee Racecourse Set in beautiful North Wales countryside, Bangor-on-Dee Racecourse stages 14 exciting jump racing fixtures a year on the banks of the River Dee. Seasonal highlights include the Anne Duchess of Westminster Charity day in November featuring the listed race, Ladies Day in July and both family fixtures in May and August. Bangor’s unique character is exemplified by the fact that this is the only Racecourse in the country that doesn’t have a Grandstand, this doesn’t distract from the many fantastic vantage points, the grass bank providing a natural amphitheatre to the racing action. In the concourse areas, hearty food and cosy bars add to the ‘Bangor’ experience, all a stone’s throw away from the Paddock. A visit to Bangor-on-Dee Racecourse is great fun, whether you’re part of a group or looking to try something new. Join us and enjoy the thrill of national hunt racing at the only track in North Wales. Remaining 2020 fixtures Discovery Day Saturday 18 April

Wrexham Lager Family Funday Saturday 16 May Summer Meeting Tuesday 2 June Ladies Day Friday 31 July Family Evening Monday 17 August Gentlemen’s Day Tuesday 25 August

September Meeting Wednesday 30 September Countryside Day Tuesday 27 October Anne Duchess of Westminster’s Charity Day Wednesday 11 November Late November Meeting Saturday 28 November Christmas Meeting Friday 11 December

Times Typically gates will open two hours prior to the first race, normally 11.30am on a daytime fixture and 4:30pm on an evening fixture. Admission Tickets are available in advance at a discounted rate, £7 per adult on the Open Course or just £17 in the Paddock and kids go free*. There are a range of offers available, including 'Buy 10 get 1 free' on Paddock Enclosure tickets, visit the website for further details. Hospitality Packages are available from just £51 +VAT per person*. *Subject to availability, terms and conditions apply visit bangorondeeraces.co.uk

The Racecourse, Overton Road, Bangor-on-Dee, Wrexham, LL13 0DA Phone 01978 780323 mail@bangorondeeraces.co.uk www.bangorondeeraces.co.uk

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Royal International Pavilion, Abbey Road Llangollen, Denbighshire LL20 8SW Phone 01978 862000 info@llangollen.net www.llangollen.net

Llangollen international Musical Eisteddfod

Great orme Bronze age Mines

Renowned as one of the most inspirational cultural festivals, Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod has welcomed the world to Wales every summer since 1947.

Visit Llandudno’s world famous Bronze Age mine. Visitor Centre, introductory film, underground tour, amazing 3,500 year old cavern, 4,000 year old opencast, smelting display and viewing areas.

Each year, around 4,000 performers converge on Llangollen, a picturesque Welsh town, to sing and dance in a unique combination of music, dance and international peace and friendship.

A true wonder of the ancient world. Located in the stunning Great Orme country park. Follow the ancient mine signs from Llandudno.

Dates 7 – 12 July 2020 Times 8.30am until late Admission Day Tickets £15 (Concessions & Family tickets available)


Great Orme, Llandudno, Conwy, LL30 2XG Phone 01492 870447 info@gomines.co.uk www.greatormemines.info

Dates Mid March – End October Times 9.30am – Last entry 4.30pm Admission Check website for details


MoSTyn Gallery • Shop • Cafe Wales’ foremost contemporary art gallery in the traditional seaside town of Llandudno. Six galleries, merging traditional and modern architecture, present exhibitions by artists and makers from Wales and around the world. With friendly staff, activities for all ages, a lovely shop and café, there's something for everyone.

12 Vaughan Street, Llandudno, Conwy LL30 1AB Phone 01492 879201 post@mostyn.org www.mostyn.org


Dates Times

Tuesday - Sunday. All year round, except Christmas, Boxing Day and New Year's Day. 10.30am - 5.00pm


Trefriw woollen Mills

The SeaQuarium in Rhyl is situated on the beautiful coastline of North Wales offering visitors an insight into the world beneath the waves, showcases a range of species in 9 different zones from Jellyfish, friendly rays and a lot more.

View weaving on a vintage loom and the water driven turbine which generates electricity to power our machinery.

See our amazing outdoor Seal cove and meet and feed our delightful harbour seals. See the seals in action, as they show off their natural abilities with front flipper walks in the interactive Seal show.

Visit our shop for welsh bedspreads, throws and tweed woven on site plus accessories and soft furnishings in our fabrics.

An all weather family attraction, open daily from 10am Information line on 01745 344660 www.seaquarium.co.uk

We also stock pure wool knitwear plus sheepskin rugs and accessories.


Adults £9.99 Children £8.99 Concession £9.25

East Parade, Rhyl, Denbighshire LL18 3AF Phone 01745 344660 rhyl@seaquarium.co.uk www.seaquarium.co.uk COLWYN BAY

welsh Mountain Zoo A whole world of wonders at the Welsh Mountain Zoo. Enter the Welsh Mountain Zoo and you enter a world of natural wonder. As one of North Wales’ top attractions, high above Colwyn Bay with panoramic views and breathtaking scenery, its beautiful gardens are home to this caring conservation Zoo.

Old Highway, Colwyn Bay, Conwy LL28 5UY Phone 01492 532938 info@welshmountainzoo.org www.welshmountainzoo.org

Dates Times

All year (except Christmas Day) Daily from 9.30am. For last admission & closing times please visit the zoo website. Admission £10.35 - £15.15

Main Road, Trefriw, Conwy Valley, LL27 0NQ Phone 01492 640462 info@t-w-m.co.uk www.t-w-m.co.uk

Dates Times

Weaving Shop Weaving Shop

Feb 17th 2020 – Dec 18th 2020 All year Mon – Fri except Bank Holidays Mon – Sat (+ Sunday in Summer)


Plas Menai Plas Menai provides the ultimate in adventure activities for the whole family. Choose from lots of water and land based activities or courses. All tailored to provide unforgettable experiences! Choose from Surfing, Sailing, Windsurfing, and Coasteering to Powerboating, Yachting and loads more‌Think outdoor activities, think Plas Menai.

National Outdoor Centre for Wales Caernarfon, Gwynedd, LL55 1UE Phone 0300 300 3112 info@plasmenai.co.uk www.plasmenai.co.uk

Dates All Year Times 8am Admission Dependant on course/activity

Voted best family attraction in North Wales

Always a new

Adventure! With sustainability at it's heart for over 25 years

Book tickets online and save up to 15% greenwoodfamilypark.co.uk | Sat Nav: LL55 3AD




Llanberis Lake Railway Take in the breath-taking scenery of Snowdonia from your seat aboard our vintage narrow gauge steam train. Enjoy an hour long journey along the shores of the Lake Padarn, with superb views of Snowdon and nearby mountains. Adjacent to the fascinating Welsh Slate Museum, ideal for a combined visit.


Gilfach Ddu, Llanberis, Gwynedd, LL55 4TY Phone 01286 870549 sales@lake-railway.co.uk www.lake-railway.co.uk

Mid February to beginning Dec most days (April-May and Sept closed some Saturdays. June– Aug, Open Daily, Oct-Sun to Thurs, Nov-Tues to Thurs, Dec, Santa Trains selected days) See timetable leaflets, website or call us for more details. Admission Adult £9.30. Concessions £8.30. Family Adult £8.30. Child (travelling with adult) £4.20. See family saver offer.


national Slate Museum Llanberis The National Slate Museum is housed in the Industrial Victorian Workshops that once housed the enormous Dinorwig slate quarry. Attractions include introductory film, daily slate splitting demonstrations, blacksmith demonstrations, giant waterwheel - the largest of its kind on mainland Britain and furnished Quarrymen’s houses. Events and exhibitions programme. Padarn Country Park, Llanberis Gwynedd LL55 4TY Phone 02920 573700 slate@museumwales.ac.uk www.museum.wales


All year. April – October Daily 10am – 5pm Nov - March Sunday – Friday 10am- 4pm Admission Free Admission


Sygun Copper Mine A rare opportunity for those with a sense of adventure and curiosity, to explore the wonders of an historic Victorian Copper Mine.

Snowdon Mountain Railway

Above ground you can enjoy our lakeside walks, panning for gold, adventure playground, metal detecting, museum of antiquities & bouncy castle.

Let Snowdon Mountain Railway take you on the journey of a lifetime to the rooftop of Wales. Snowdon, at 1085m dominates the landscape of the Snowdonia National Park. From the first views of the waterfall plunging into the gorge below at the start of the journey, to the breath-taking sights over the sheer edge of Rocky Valley, every moment is memorable. One of the world’s greatest panoramas is revealed at the Summit. Hafod Eryri, the UK’s highest visitor centre, has spectacular panoramic views to the valleys below. Venture to the cairn, where on a clear day the views stretch as far as Ireland. From the Summit of the highest Mountain in Wales and England, young and old can embrace the invigorating atmosphere of Eryri – Land of the Eagles.

Beddgelert, Gwynedd, LL55 4NE Phone 01766 890595 sygunmine@hotmail.com www.syguncoppermine.co.uk

Trains travel to the Summit May to the end of October (weather permitting) and to Clogwyn 3/4 up Snowdon during March and April. Heritage Steam Experience and Traditional Diesel Service available.


Dates Times

10th Feb - 10th Nov, 27th Dec - 2nd Jan 10am - 4pm British Winter Time 9.30am – 5pm British Summer Time Admission Adult £10, Children 3-15 years £7.50 (under 3 years free) Students £9, Family (2 adults & 2 children) £30.00, Family (2 adults & 3 children) £36.50

Experience the thrilling story of Llechwedd, the 2019 Go Attraction of the year!


Daily from mid-March until end October (weather permitting)


The first train of the day departs at 9am and then at regular intervals thereafter


See website for prices

Llanberis, Gwynedd LL55 4TT Phone 01286 870223 info@snowdonrailway.co.uk www.snowdonrailway.co.uk

Traverse the man-made mountains in a former military truck, travelling over 1,500 feet above sea level, before descending 500 feet on the UK’s steepest cable railway into the famous Deep Mine! Historical Adventure Tours Blaenau Ffestiniog Gwynedd, LL41 3NB Phone 01766 830306 bookings@llechwedd.co.uk www.llechwedd.co.uk

Dates All Year (closed Christmas Day) Times 9am-5pm Admission From £10.00



welsh Highland Heritage Railway The Welsh Highland Heritage Railway is a family friendly all weather railway and heritage centre at Porthmadog. Here you can ride on our narrow gauge and miniature railways, visit our interactive museum with plenty of interest for all ages, eat and drink at our café, and buy from our book, model and gift shop. A round trip lasts just under an hour, and a ticket lasts all day. There are five trains a day (six at peak times). A family ticket costs only £27.

Dates Times Admission

Most days early April to end of October The first train runs at 10.30am - check www.whr.co.uk/timetable Check www.whr.co.uk/fares


Tremadog Road, Porthmadog, Gwynedd LL49 9DY Phone 01766 513402 info@whr.co.uk www.whr.co.uk BALA


national white water Centre

Vale of Rheidol Railway

The UK’s best white water rafting in Snowdonia National Park.

12 miles of breathtaking scenery will be enjoyed when you step aboard Aberystwyth’s famous Vale of Rheidol Steam Railway.


Relax and enjoy the stunning views as you wind your way up the edge of valley to Devil’s Bridge with its amazing waterfalls. A great day out for all the family!

@TrywerynNWWC thenationalwhitewatercentre

Frongoch, Bala, Gwynedd, LL23 7NU Phone 01678 521083 info@nationalwhitewatercentre.co.uk www.nationalwhitewatercentre.co.uk

Dates All year Times Mon-Fri; 9am-4pm, Sat & Sun 9am-5.30pm Admission Fee Rafting sessions from £37pp


Park Avenue, Aberystwyth Ceredigion SY23 1PG Phone 01970 625819 info@rheidolrailway.co.uk www.rheidolrailway.co.uk BRYNSIENCYN

Byd Mary Jones world

anglesey Sea Zoo

Visit our award-winning visitor centre and discover the story of Mary Jones and the impact of the world’s best-selling book on Wales and beyond.

Do you know what kind of creatures live in our British seas? Discover octopus, lobsters, seahorses and other exciting and elusive British marine animals. Anglesey Sea Zoo is based on the shores of the beautiful Menai Straits in an area of outstanding beauty, with outstanding views of the Snowdonia Mountain Range. There’s a café, gift shop, crazy golf and adventure playground on site. Admission tickets are valid for seven days from day of purchase.

Set on the edge of Llyn Tegid with an on-site café, picnic area and children’s playground. Mary Jones World offers a great day out for everyone.

Llanycil, Bala, Gwynedd, LL23 7YF Phone 01678 521877 www.bydmaryjonesworld.org.uk

Dates 15th February – 1st November 2020 Times 9.00am Admission Adult (return) £23.60, Child (3-15) £10.00, Dogs £4.00, 2 Years and under FREE. Adult (single) £18.50, Child (3-15) £9.00


April 3 – October 31 (not open on Mondays - Only Bank Holiday Mondays) Times 10am – 5pm (Last entry 4pm) Admission Check website for admission prices

Brynsiencyn, Anglesey, LL61 6TQ Phone 01248 430411 marketing@angleseyseazoo.co.uk www.anglesyseazoo.co.uk

Dates February – November. Times Check website for details Admission Check website for details

FOOD & DRINK Three Eagles Restaurant & Bar

Public House with Restaurant Bridge Street, Llangollen Denbighshire, LL20 8PF Phone 01978 869595 enquiry@thethreeeagles.co.uk www.thethreeeagles.co.uk

Serving delicious, hearty food made from the finest local ingredients. With two bars to choose from including our very special cocktail bar & lounge. Open

Gladstone’s Library Visit Food for Thought for lunch, afternoon tea, dinner or just a cup of coffee. Eat, read, relax and become inspired in this unique surround.

Church Lane, Hawarden, Flintshire, CH5 3DF Phone 01244 532350 enquiries@gladlib.org www.gladstoneslibrary.org


Dinorben arms

Thurs : 11am – 11pm, Sat: 11am – 12am Sun: 12pm – 10.30pm

50 weeks a year 10am – 5pm / 6.30pm – 7.30pm

Bodfari, Denbighshire, LL16 4DA Phone 01745 775090 dinorbenarms@brunningandprice.co.uk

Signatures Restaurant Signatures is a family run restaurant. Winner of North Wales Tourism Award Best place to eat. 2019 Michellin recommended with 2 AA rosettes.

Open All Year, Wednesday - Sunday Times Lunch Weds - Sat 12-2.30pm Evening 6pm-9.30pm, Sun 12-8pm

The Grill Room at The Royal oak

Holyhead Road, Betws-y-Coed, Conwy, LL24 0AY Phone 01690 710219 reservations@royaloakhotel.net www.royaloakhotel.net

Contemporary décor with fantastic personable service alongside delivering modern Welsh cooking with modern Welsh flavours. It doesn’t get any better - fresh, seasonal and local.

Open All Year - excluding Christmas Day & Boxing Day Times 7:45am - 8:45pm

waterloo Hotel

A country pub steeped in history offering fresh classic British dishes with modern influences complimented with great cask ales and carefully selected wines.

Aberconwy Resort & Spa, Conwy, LL32 8GA Phone 01492 583513 bookings@signaturesrestaurant.co.uk www.signaturesrestaurant.co.uk

Set in the beautiful village of Betws-y-Coed. The Bridge Restaurant and Bar 1815 at the Waterloo Hotel offer contemporary dining in a relaxed atmosphere.

Holyhead Road, Betws-y-Coed Conwy LL24 0AR Phone 01690 710411 reservations@waterloo-hotel.info www.waterloo-hotel.info

Open Times Open from 11am for hot and cold drinks and food served from 12pm.

y Shed Y Shed is an old railway building now a café, heritage and arts centre.

Pen y Maes, Meliden, Prestatyn, LL19 8PY Phone 01745 855859 yshed@yshed.org www.yshed.org

Black Boy inn The Award winning Black Boy Inn is renowned for the quality of the food and the choices on offer. See our website for further details.

Walkers welcome.

12 noon until 3pm weekdays 12 noon until 8.45pm weekends Carvery 12 noon until 3pm Sundays

Northgate Street, Caernarfon Gwynedd LL55 1RW Phone 01286 673604 reception@black-boy-inn.com www.black-boy-inn.com

Independent businesses and retail shop on site. Open All Year Times 7am - 9pm

Open Tuesday - Sunday Times 9.30am – 4.30pm

Haus Coffee Look no further for the best brunch in Colwyn Bay, we are an independent café and bar on the prestigious Penrhyn Road serving a fantastic breakfast, brunch and lunch.

13 Penrhyn Road Colwyn Bay, Conwy LL29 8LG Phone 01492 536610 info@hauscoffee.co.uk www.hauscoffee.co.uk

Open Times

Coast Cafe & Gift Shop Located alongside the beautiful seafront of Rhos-on-Sea.


Quality fresh home cooked food.

71 Rhos Promenade, Rhos on Sea, Conwy, LL28 4EN Phone 01492 544348 daz@coastrhos.co.uk www.coastrhos.co.uk


The Washington, East Parade Llandudno, Conwy, LL30 1BE Phone 01492 860499 llandudno@dylansrestaurant.co.uk www.dylansrestaurant.co.uk

Dylan’s is a family friendly restaurant on the Llandudno seafront, serving fresh local seafood, meat and vegetables alongside Welsh beers, spirits and wines.

Paysanne We’ve been serving country-style food to the good people of North Wales since 1988.

Near to the foot of Snowdon with mountain views. Movie themed restaurant room.

Open All Year Times 5-10pm All year, 12-10pm Saturday and Sunday, School holidays and Bank holidays

Beechwood House

Bridge Street, Dolgellau, Gwynedd, LL40 1AU Phone 07711420588 gin@thetowbardolgellau.co.uk

Beechwood House, Snowdonia’s newest Gin Bar and Cocktail lounge. A completely different drinking experience, guaranteed! 100+ Gins, 50+ Rums, Cocktails and everything in between!

Family run as an iconic café within the area. Open Daily 365 days Times 8.30am - 5.30pm Winter 8.30am – 7pm March 1st – October 31st

High Street, Llanberis, Gwynedd, LL55 4SU Phone 01286 871231 info@padarnhotel.co.uk www.padarnhotel.co.uk

Good menu choices, children’s menu, beer garden and dog friendly.

Monday – Saturday 8am until 5pm, 8.30am – 5pm Saturday

Warm friendly, home cooking, ice cream, gifts and more.

Padarn Hotel



Chateau Rhianfa Our award winning restaurant has unique culinary experiences served every day. Our food celebrates who we are.

Check website for opening times

Beaumaris Road, Menai Bridge Ynys Môn LL59 5NS Phone 01248 880090 hello@chateaurhianfa.com www.chateaurhianfa.com

Open 7 days Times 11am – 11pm


147 Station Road, Deganwy, Conwy, LL31 9EJ Phone 01492 582079 cai_ross@yahoo.com www.paysannedeganwy.co.uk

Tŷ Crempog Pancake House

Tyddyn Mon Ltd, Hendy, Brynrefail, Dulas Amlwch, Ynys Môn, LL70 9PJ Phone 01248 850977 info@tyddynmon.co.uk www.tyddynmon.co.uk

Pancake House serves delicious homemade sweet and savoury pancakes with a range of toppings, fillings and sauces including gluten free, dairy free and vegan options.

Open Times

Hope to see you soon! Open Times

All year, Wednesday – Sunday (Lunch) 6.30pm - 9pm Evenings, 12pm - 1.30pm Lunch Wed & Sun

All Year

1st Feb-31st October 10am – 3pm Tuesday – Saturday


All weather facilities

Evening meals

Play Area

Pets accepted by arrangement

Access improved for visually impaired visitors

Access improved for hearing impaired visitors

Accessible improved for mobility impaired visitors


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Visit Wales Star Grades apply to all serviced accommodation and the emphasis is on quality.

Staff are smartly and professionally presented. All rooms are en-suite, and the restaurant or dining room is open to residents and non-residents.
















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By Road

Snowdonia Golf Coast

Enjoy some of the finest links and parkland courses in the country at a special rate with our range of golf passes on offer.

Royal St Davids / Abersoch Nefyn & District / Porthmadog Pwllheli

To purchase please call our Golf line on 0845 450 5885

Golf offers available

or visit our website www.golfnorthwales.co.uk

Birmingham 131 miles Time: 2 hours and 12 min Leeds 119 miles Time: 2 hours Liverpool 50 miles Time: 2 hours Chester 38 miles Time: 45 min London 254 miles Time: 4 hours Manchester 77 miles Time: 1 hour and 30 min Nottingham 145 miles Time: 2 hours and 28 min Stoke-on-Trent 90 miles Time: 1 hour and 30 min

























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By Rail

By Sea

Fast rail services link London (Euston) with the coast and serve the University City of Bangor and Holyhead, the gateway to Ireland. Rail services from London Euston and local train enquiries.

Irish Ferries 0818 300400 Stena Line 08447 707070

Tel: 03457 48 49 50 North Wales by Rail Crewe to Holyhead - 123m Manchester to Llandudno Junction - 120m London to Flint - 163m


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