Immerse yourself in the breathtaking landscapes and rich cultural heritage of Gwynedd, nestled in the heart of North Wales. Embark on an adventure in Snowdonia National Park, home to Snowdon, the highest peak in Wales. Hike to the summit for awe-inspiring panoramic views or explore the park's diverse landscapes, including dramatic waterfalls, pristine lakes, and lush valleys. Uncover Gwynedd's storied past as you explore its historic castles. Behold the grandeur of Caernarfon Castle, a UNESCO World Heritage site, or wander through the medieval walls of Harlech Castle, perched on a hill overlooking the coast. Discover charming coastal towns like Porthmadog, where quaint streets and sandy beaches beckon, or visit the enchanting village of Portmeirion, an architectural gem surrounded by lush gardens. Whether you're after a coastal or countryside location our lodges and holiday parks in Gwynedd deliver a tranquil retreat from the hustle of modern life.
This small county certainly packs a punch in terms of beauty and outstanding beauty. With the majority of the Snowdonia National Park, Portmeirion and the scenic Llyn Peninsula, this is a great holiday destination for those looking for something different. With some wonderful beaches, including Black Rock Sands with its wide open stretch of golden sand, caves and rock pools, perfect for a day out and picnic on the coast. From golfing to walking in some of the UK's most stunning scenery this is a destination for all of the senses.
The Sygun Copper Mine offers a multisensory self-guided tour that takes you back to the region’s golden (or copper!) era. Educational and fun for kids and grown-ups, there is also an on-site adventure playground and bouncy castle.
It may not have a wave machine, but that doesn’t stop Bala Lake from providing bucketloads of entertainment to outdoor enthusiasts. From kayaking and canoeing to sailing or even windsurfing, there are numerous ways to take to the water. And if you fancy some team fun, why not challenge yourself with some raft-building?
Experience mountain biking at its best on one of many trails that offer stunning mountain views of Snowdonia. As the UK’s first dedicated mountain bike trail centre, Coed y Brenin has an extensive network of tracks to rival any location. Developed from original natural forest trails, the centre now has a range of skill areas, all-weather tracks, and traditional forest routes that provide ample choice for both the passionate mountain biker and the beginner.