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Family-Friendly Dwyfor Ranch, Criccieth
April to Autumn daily, 10:00-17:00
Adults £4.50, Children and OAPs £4

For over three decades, this farm has been a family favourite, so now it’s your turn to enjoy the lovely little place! Near to Porthmadog and Pwllheli, the Dwyfor Ranch is situated on the beautiful Llyn Peninsula, close to the beautiful blue waters of St George’s Channel.

Your children will be able to handle an impressive range of different farm animals, including a number of rare breeds that they might not see elsewhere. Animals that can be handled include puppies, rabbits and guinea pigs, but you can also hand-feed some of the larger animals, such as lambs, alpacas, ponies, pigs, lambs and even rheas! If you take a visit to Dwyfor Ranch in spring, you may even be fortunate enough to see a birth for yourself!

Once you’ve fed those animals, you may find it’s time your own little animals had something to eat as well. Fortunately for you, the Caffi yr Efail (Smithy Café) is on site, offering up a wide selection of lovely, homemade cakes, as well as a full menu of Paninis, jacket potatoes, sandwiches and freshly made soups. Delicious!

Before you leave, make sure the kids have a ride on the ponies – it’s something 

 

Image source: CC-by-SA 2.0 by Jennicatpink

Image source: CC-by-SA 2.0 by Jennicatpink

Location

Located in Criccieth, the Rabbit Farm is located close to Llanystumdwy. There is parking available at the farm. 

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