Occasionally it does rain in North Wales! This doesn't need to spoil your holiday though as there's plenty to do under shelter. Here is a small selection, there's plenty more on offer and we'll be adding to the list soon.
We found 24 attractions (page 1 of 3)
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?When 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
An underground adventure
A huge cavern lit in spectacular bright colours, completely decked out with giant trampoline nets. It’s the first attraction of its kind on the planet, set in a cavern that is more than twice the area of St Paul’s Cathedral, and is an experience like no other. The trampolines are all inter-linked, with tunnels, walkways and slides, with the highest net allowing you to bounce at almost 200 feet above the cavern floor.“Try Bounce Below Junior for 3 to 6 year olds”
Quench your thirst at...
With arguably the best range of ales in all of North Wales, the Conwy Brewery has already become a firm favourite of drinkers both in the local area and further afield. They specialise in high quality, conditioned ales, both in cask and in bottles.10% off Brewery Tour if booked a cottage through North Wales Holiday Cottages
Plas Mawr, which translates to “Great Hall” in English is an Elizabethan townhouse located within the walls of Conwy. Plas Mawr dates back to the 16th century, was built by the merchant Robert Wynn and completed in 1585.“entry included in Cadw pass available to buy when booking a cottage or direct from our offfice”
If you can’t resist a historical day out, Conwy is an ideal location and you won’t want to miss out on Aberconwy House. Known as a hidden gem on the High Street, Aberconwy House is the oldest building in Conwy.
Airworld Aviation Museum
Take flight at...
For any budding pilots or anyone who occasionally looks to the sky in wonder, the Airworld Aviation Museum in Dinas Dinlle, Caernarfon, makes for a good day out.
Anglesey Sea Zoo
If you are looking for a fun way to spend the day with the kids in Anglesey, then look no further than the Anglesey Sea Zoo! It is the biggest aquarium in all of Wales, with a truly staggering amount of marine life – all of which are found in and around the United Kingdom – just waiting to be seen.
Beacon Climbing Centre
Just because it’s raining outside, it doesn’t mean you can’t squeeze some exercise in, and Beacon Climbing Centre combines that with fun, too. Climbing is a natural instinct for humans and something we’ve been doing for thousands of years, and what better place to put your skills to the test than at North Wales’ number one climbing centre?