Out & About
Discover places to see and things to do whilst in and around Llanbedr-Dyffryn-Clwyd, Wales to truly enhance your stay come rain or shine!
Snowdonia Snowdonia National Park covers 838 square miles and is one of three natural parks found in Wales. With its formidable mountain shield, the landscape is breathtaking and unique. There are nine mountain ranges here and they cover over half of the national park’s surface. Some of the peaks reach over 3,000 feet (915m).
Chester The Roman city of Chester is just an hour away and has a bevy of boutique shops and eateries, as well as historic sites of interest such as the old fortified Roman wall and amphitheatre. Chester boasts spectacular scenery, magnificent gardens and a great range of fascinating tours and walks meaning that there is plenty to explore. The idyllic rolling hills and sweeping valleys of the surrounding countryside offer plenty of opportunity for both rejuvenation and exploration.
Up and Away As the Llandudno Cable Cars glide silently from Happy Valley to the summit of the Great Orme, 679 feet up, you can take in the jaw-dropping panoramic views of the Bay of Llandudno, the Little Orme, the Conwy Estuary and miles out over the Irish Sea. Look down on the beautiful gardens of Happy Valley or glimpse the action at the Llandudno Ski and Snowboard Centre. A return journey is less than 20 minutes and there is café at the top too.
White Waters Visit the UK's only natural white water centre at Llangollen Outdoors, a multi activity provider nestled on the banks of the River Dee in Llangollen. The site has been a hub for outdoor enthusiasts and rescue trainers for over 25 years and offers a range of water activities including rafting, tubing, gorge walking, kayaking. For those who prefer dry land, they also offer archery, off roading 4x4s and Nordic walking tours.
Doorstep Adventures Being located in such an extraordinary location, there are walking opportunities aplenty starting right from the front door! The owners recommend a stunning scenic walk through the farm and woodlands leading to the top of Moel Famau country park (an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty), the highest and possibly most beautiful point of the Clwydian Range.
Medieval Magic Why not try something a little different when staying at Eirianfa, and experience a medieval feast in a 16th century castle? At Ruthin Castle (just two miles away), revelers assemble for the partaking of bread and salt (age-old symbols of hospitality). Enjoy the jest and evening’s feasting with daggers and fingers accompanied by a toast of mead and a goblet of wine.
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