Fancy an up-tempo trip? Spend your days exploring castles, walking our trials, kayaking, sailing swimming and beach bathing, paragliding and rock climbing. It's all here for you
Whether you’re looking to relax and take in the stunning beauty of Snowdonia National Park or for an adrenaline filled adventure Thomo’s Outdoor World has something to offer you. All of our services are delivered by qualified and very experienced local coaches who are passionate about the outdoor environment. We offer experiences, guiding and national governing body qualifications in Stand Up Paddleboarding (SUP), kayaking, sea kayaking, canoeing, mountain biking and of course hill walking. We also provide cycle servicing and repairs by fully qualified technicians.
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Royal St David’s Golf Club is the best Links Course in Wales and ranked #2 overall. The club offers great facilities to both members and guests, with excellent practice facilities and their very own golf academy. The clubhouse menu is extensive with bar meals and dinner available along with a selection of wines. There are both male and female changing facilities and a professional shop open to all along with a full size snooker table for a quieter knock when your legs get tired. The club house is open to the public, without membership, 7 days a week, with plenty of car parking available
These tunnels and caverns were all man made over 100 years ago - with nothing but a candle for lighting. Descend Jacobs ladder and wander through the tunnels and chambers, and look for the old drilling holes, and the likeness of a human face in the mighty no 6 cavern. As you emerge from the caverns, you face the breathtaking view of Cardigan Bay, from the Preseli mountains in the south to the Lleyn peninsular. Look down at Shell Island and the Artro estuary, and at low tide trace the fourteen mile long natural causeway of St Patrick.
The most innovative, exciting indoor climbing wall in Snowdonia. The Rock has over 400m of wild climbing surfaces, made up of dramatic overhangs, pillar blocks, chimney and slab climbing. With 29 lines, holding over 50 routes spread across the grades, the wall varies in height from 7 to 10 metres, with something to keep everyone from the complete beginner to expert entertained!
Snowdonia Flight School is a friendly and welcoming flight school offering flight instruction and pleasure flights. We operate in one of the most picturesque parts of the world with stunning views of the coastline, mountains and places of historic interest in modern aircraft providing outstanding views. We are located at Llanbedr Airfield which offers excellent facilities including a state of the art simulator.
A true icon of Harlech, the medieval castle has been keeping a watchful eye throughout the years from the cliff face it is perched upon. The song 'Men of Harlech' is said to describe the siege that took place here during the War of the Roses, in which a handful of men clashed with an army of thousands. Built by King Edward in 13th century for a mere £8,190, Harlech castle fits in perfectly with it's surroundings
The Children's Farm Park offers you (and the children) the chance to get up close and personal with your favourite animals. Make a visit during Spring and early Summer time to have a go bottle-feeding the lambs and calves. You'll also find goats, ducks, chickens and owls, all housed in farm buildings - so no need to worry about the weather
You could take a little time to cool off at our 5 lane, 25 meter Swimming Pool. Keep an eye out for the varied timetable which includes: kids fun and games with floats, a Commando Run Inflatable with slide, Kayaking for adults and children and adult only lengths sessions. Or take part in the swimming lessons for all ages and you can even hire the swimming pool for a private party or group
Lasynys Fawr house was built in the 1600s. It was the birthplace of the famous Welsh author Reverend Ellis Wynne (1671 to 1734), whose most famous work was ‘Visions of the Sleeping Bard’. The house is currently looked after by the local community and there is usually a person on hand to give a guided tour of the house.