Places of Local Interest
Snowdonia National Park
Location of the Snowdonia Mountain Range, a mecca for hikers and climbers.
Beddgelert: A picturesque village with the 13th century legendary tale of medieval Prince Llewelyn the Great and his faithful hound, Gelert.
Film location of King Arthur : Legend of the sword (2017)
Railway station to the summit of mount Snowdon
National Slate Museum, allows you to step back in time and glimpse into the lives of slate workers and their families recreated in the industrial Victorian workshops, view mainland Britain’s largest water wheel.
Electric Mountain hidden inside Elidir Mountain view the pumped–storage hydro-electric power station.
Llanberis Lake Railway ride on board a steam train along the shore of Lake Padarn
Railway station of the Ffestiniog Welsh Highland Railway
Portmeirion Village: Film location of the 1960’s cult show The Prisoner and venue of Festival No 6, an annual arts, culture and music entertainment weekend.
Black Rock Sands: A 2 mile long beach where you can drive along the sand, popular for windsurfing and kite bugging, with a launching jetty for motor boats and jet skis.
Caernarfon Castle built by Edward 1 in the 1280s, and the historic location of the investiture of former King Edward V111 and Prince Charles in 1969 as Prince of Wales and Segontium Roman Fort 77AD
West Highland Railway station
Victoria Dock: Waterfront Café Bars and Restaurants on the banks of the Menai Straits
Isle of Anglesey
Local ferry port and direct sailings to the city of Dublin, Ireland, with a crossing time of 1 hour & 50 min