Caernarfon Castle


St Beuno’s Church

St Beuno’s Church in Clynnog Fawr is the main shrine of Saint Beuno and is one of the most important churches in North Wales. Bueno was born in Powys and became an active missionary under protection of Cadfan, King of Gwynedd.

Bueno was awarded the township of Clynnog Fawr, where he founded the church in the 7th century. The site is his traditional burial place and is a lovely attraction just down the road, with historical value and aesthetics that is well worth a visit whilst in the area.

Pontllyfni Beach

A sandy, big beach where you can relax, walk and play amongst the beautiful coastline. The beach is situated near the village of Pontllyfni, south of Caernarfon on the North West of Wales.

Dogs are allowed on the beach so you can take your pup along for some fresh air and a run around. The beach is just a short walk from the park.

Gwynedd Museum & Art Gallery
This is featured as Gwynedd’s only general museum, showing examples of fascinating archaeological pieces, including an actual roman sword and flints from the Neolitic axe factory at Graig Lwyd and decorated medieval tiles from Llanfaes. A large selection of items are also available relating all the way back to welsh social history, these include historical furniture and textiles.

There is also a large catalogue of artwork available for viewing here. A well managed collection of artists ranging from local favourites to internationally renowned artists, a gift shop is also full of wares that can provide you with something to remember your visit by. Overall this is a place that is sure to impress anyone who has even a small interest or curiosity in history or culture.

Bangor Cathedral

Bangor Cathedral can be an interesting sight for a look at this historical building. A revered ancient place of worship it was built dedicated to its founder Saint Deiniol. While some people visiting Bangor mistake the University for the Cathedral, The Cathedral is nearly 1000 years old, however it has been destroyed several times and restored until it is the building there today, the original stone one was erected between 1120 and 1139.

The Cathedral includes no entry fee, therefore a free attraction, however donations are always welcome.


These gardens in and around Clough Williams-Ellis’ Italianate village of Portmeirion, have been cultivated since Victorian times. Original specimen conifers, Wellingtonia and Himalayan Firs remain.

The village, also famous as the location for 60s cult TV series The Prisoner, is home to a Tulip Tree, a massive Variegated Sycamore and a Weeping Silver Lime which scents the Village in August. In Edwardian times, the gardens were extended to include Y Gwyllt (The Wild), which is home to Rhododendron, Camellia and a large Magnolia campbellii which blossoms with pale pink flowers during Easter time.


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Gwledd Conwy Feast 2015

  Our holiday parks in North Wales are in close proximity to an eclectic range of great attractions, and this year we are within a decent driving distant from the Gwledd Conwy Feast that will be taking place on Saturday 24th to Sunday 25th October 2015. The beautiful market town of Conwy will be hosting this fantastic event, ideal for all the foodies out there and anyone who enjoys roaming the streets and challenging their taste buds. The Gwledd Conwy Feast has been timed perfectly with the mussel fishing season, as Conwy is the sole rake-only mussel fishing town left in the entire UK. Bars throughout the town will be well-stocked with numerous beverages for you to enjoy from real ales and craft beers, to cocktails and even a Champagne bar! During the weekend there will also be the Feast Kitchen Theatre where you’ll be able to catch a number of chef demonstrations. Special guests will include Bryn Williams, The Voice contestant Ragsy and The Great British Bake Off’s Becca-Lynne Perkis. This year the festival will be celebrating the centenary of Dylan Thomas’ birth, so you can look forward to an evening spectacle of fire and light. Fireworks, fire juggling and dancing will also be reflected in the River Conwy, which is going to be based on Thomas’ poem, ‘Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night’. This festival is one you don’t want to miss and we highly recommend you start planning your trip today! Tickets cost just £8 for the Saturday and £6 for the Sunday. Children under the age of 16 go free, but must be... read more