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Harlech Castle

Castles and Historic Places

Discover some of the worlds best preserved castles by exploring their ramparts, turrets and dungeons filled with centuries of history. For those wanting to go further back in time there are awe-inspiring Iron Age hill-forts.

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Ty Goch Inn

The Ty Coch Inn is arguably the best pub in Wales and OFFICIALLY in the top ten beach bars in the world... according to their website.

The Ty Coch Inn is nestled in the beautiful fishing village of Porthdinllaen. This is near Morfa Nefyn, Gwynedd on the Llyn Peninsula. If you are using sat nav our postcode is LL53 6DB

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Porth Nefyn Golf Course

One of the most iconic golf courses in Wales, a 27-hole golf course with sea views from every golf tee

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Portmeirion

Portmeirion Village

Set on its own tranquil peninsula reaching into the estuary, this fantastical collection of colourful buildings with a heavy Italian influence was masterminded by Welsh architect Sir Clough Williams-Ellis. Starting in 1925, Sir Clough collected bits and pieces from disintegrating stately mansions and set them alongside his own creations to concoct this weird and wonderful seaside utopia. Today the buildings are all heritage listed, the site is a conservation area, and festivals, fairs, gigs and other events are frequently held here.

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Lloyd George Museum

Tiny Llanystumdwy, 1.5 miles west of Criccieth, was the boyhood home of David Lloyd George. The video, photos, posters and personal effects at the museum introduce the fiery orator and ladies' man who was largely responsible for introducing National Insurance in a two-pronged attack on unemployment and poverty. Later on in his career, his loyalty to Wales was challenged by his ambitions in Westminster and, though a friend of Churchill, by WWII Lloyd George became a shameless war apologist.

Lloyd George grew up in his uncle's house, Highgate, which is 50m away and forms part of the museum. His mortal remains moulder in a boulder-topped grave about 150m away, by a babbling brook.

Criccieth Castle

Criccieth Castle

Criccieth is truly a castle to capture the imagination. Crowning its own rocky headland between two beaches it commands astonishing views over the town and across the wide sweep of Cardigan Bay.

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Zip World

Zip World (Penrhyn Quarry)

Next door to Ogwen Bank Holiday Park is one of the biggest attractions in the Uk, Zip World is located in the world’s largest slate quarry, Penrhyn Quarry which is now home to the fastest zip line in the world, Velocity 2, where you can fly 500m above the bright blue quarry lake. If you are looking to experience the zip wire, then why not make a long weekend of it by renting one of our weekend pods with hot tubs overlooking the stunning Ogwen River.

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Surf Snowdonia

Surf Snowdonia

HOME TO OUR WORLD-FIRST SURF LAGOON.

It’s a splendid sight to behold: guaranteed waves set against a backdrop of mountains and forests, right in the heart of beautiful North Wales. Our man-made inland waves roll in beginner, intermediate and advanced zones.

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Conwy

Conwy Castle

Just down the road from Ogwen Park is the historic and iconic Conwy Castle. Climb to the top of one of Conwy Castle's eight towers to get a stunning view of Conwy, explore the inner and outer wards with their many rooms and explore the castle walls with their 21 towers that completely enclose Conwy town. Conwy is a delightful town, stepped in history with strong independent shops, great food, and a lively atmosphere.

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Penrhyn Castle

Penrhyn Castle

19th-century fantasy castle with spectacular surroundings.

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