North Wales Attractions

There is a fantastic variety of attractions to visit in this area of North Wales and we are happy to advise and reccommend days out to our guests. We have listed a few here.


Caernarfon Castle

 

Mighty Caernarfon is possibly the most famous of Wales’ many castles. Built by Edward 1, not only as a military stronghold but also as a seat of government and a royal palace, its majestic walls and battlements tower above the walled town.

http://www.cadw.wales.gov.uk/


Green Wood Forest Park

 

For family fun with a difference visit Green Wood Forest Park, North Wales’s premier, multi award-winning attraction!
Deep in the woods there’s eco adventure in abundance. Brave the Green Dragon – the world’s first people-powered rollercoaster
http://www.greenwoodforestpark.co.uk/


Gypsy Wood

 

Gypsy Wood is an enchanting outdoor attraction for the whole family and is situated in the foothills of Snowdonia, North Wales. Set in 20 acres of natural beauty, discover one of Wales’s best kept outdoor secrets.
Experience one of the UK’s largest miniature G Scale garden railways. Befriend the animals – we have miniature s hetland ponies, donkeys to name but a few.

http://www.gypsywood.co.uk/


Shearwater

 

“Shearwater” is a luxury charter motor catamaran cruiser, based in Pwllheli Marina. We cruise the coast and offshore islands of the Llyn Peninsula, visiting seal and seabird colonies of the area. We are usually met by the local dolphins when we carry out a Photo-ID programme for the “Seawatch Foundation”, an organisation entrusted with monitoring dolphins and other cetaceans in UK waters.
http://www.llynmarinecharters.supanet.com/