Beaches, castles, golf courses, spectacular scenery and all the traditional seaside entertainments. The Northern coastline of Wales offers year round entertainment for a wide range of interests making it a very popular destination. From gentle walks along the promenade or tram rides up the Great Orme to golf or even surfing there's something for all tastes.
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Built by Hansom in 1829, Beaumaris Gaol might not be a functioning prison these days but it’s still an interesting day out for the whole family. Walking through the dimly-lit corridors is an eerie experience as you learn all about what prison life was life in Victorian times and hear some of the sad tales of the inmates.16.3 Miles Away
Benllech Beach is a beautiful, long stretch of golden sands, located on the eastern coast of the lovely Isle of Anglesey. It is a popular destination among both tourists and locals alike – in a poll conducted by the Welsh newspaper The Daily Post, Benllech was voted as the fourth best beach in all of North Wales.18.4 Miles Away
Bodelwyddan Castle boasts more than 500 years of history and was once a family home to the Baronets of Bodelwyddan. It has been restored to the height of its Victorian splendour and nowadays has nine rooms full of exhibitions to discover, including collections from the V&A Museum and Royal Academy of Arts. These exhibitions sit alongside original works and features that can trace their roots back over 300 years.17.6 Miles Away
Just 10km south of Llandudno, lies one of Wales’ most beautiful gardens. Built and created by five generations of one family, Bodnant Garden is an unmissable haven of colour, wildlife and peace and quiet.13.6 Miles Away
The Bodnant Welsh Food Centre
A Culinary Delight...
The Bodnant Welsh Food Centre is a true culinary delight. Buy locally produced food in the farm shop including a butcher and bakery; eat at the Hayloft Restaurant or Furnace Tea Room or why not learn how to do it yourself at the Cookery or Wine School?13.6 Miles AwayWhen you book a cottage through North Wales Holiday Cottages: free slice of homemade cake when purchase a pot of tea or large coffee from Furnace Tea Rooms OR receive free pot of tea or large coffee when purchase Bodnant's Full Welsh Breakfast from the Furnace Tea Rooms, perfect after an early start on the day of your departure
Bonkerz Fun Centre
We all know that the kids love soft play centres, but so do the adults! Bonkerz Fun Centre in Llandudno is different to your average play centre and the main play centre is suitable for all ages – even the parents!7.3 Miles Away
This is the ultimate Welsh event for any engine heads or petrol junkies out there – the Cambrian Rally. 2017 marks the 62nd occurrence of this major motor rally, and it is the first year that it won’t be the final event of the British Trials and Rally Drivers’ Association Championship… this year, it’s the very first one!7.5 Miles Away
Around Coed y Gopa
Walking the Dog
Coed y Gopa is a popular stretch of woodland that is located on a limestone hillside within the beautiful Vale of Clwyd. It is a beautiful place that is filled with a wide variety of plant and animal life, perfect for a long walk by yourself. The forest overlooks the little town of Abergele, and can provide you with some breath-taking views of the coast.14 Miles Away