Snowdonia and The Lleyn Peninsula Guide
No matter what you want from your holiday, the Snowdonia and Lleyn Peninsula area is guaranteed to be the best place to visit! Widely known as the activity capital of the UK, the area offers walking, cycling, mountain biking, water sports, climbing, coasteering and much, much more.
Including its coastline, 62 square miles of the Lleyn Peninsula has been designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. With the Irish Sea on one side and Cardigan Bay on the other, the countryside is truly unspoilt. This can be seen all along the Peninsula with the dramatic rural scenery and even the traditional stone walls separating the fields show the areas traditional side.
In 2015 the Snowdonia National Park (which covers an extraordinary 823 square miles) was awarded International Dark Sky Reserve status and joins the Brecon Beacons in South Wales as one of only 10 such reserves in the world.
With so much to do, have a weeks break in one of our self-catering cottages to get away from the stresses of life, and experience Snowdonia and the Lleyn Peninsula for yourself.
Attractions and Activities
Whether you want to take a train up a mountain, take the family to a forest park, learn a skill at a slate quarry museum or enjoy a fishing trip - this area of North Wales has it all!Read more
The magnificent mountains of Snowdonia National Park are surrounded by golden sandy beaches that are sure to be a highlight of your holiday!Read more
Castles & Gardens
Snowdonia and the Lleyn Peninsula have many historically important castles that are open to the public, and spectacular gardens situated in beautiful locations.Read more
Snowdonia and the Lleyn Peninsula are popular areas for people to visit. Due to this, the area has a high number of festivals and events from January to December!Read more
Golf Courses and Clubs
Snowdonia and the Lleyn Peninsula have some of the oldest golf courses in Wales, so pick up your clubs and enjoy an historical game of golf.Read more
If you like to see Heritage Railways, you will be spoilt for choice when visiting Snowdonia and the Lleyn PeninsulaRead more
Whether you are biking up Snowdon, experiencing the world-renowned facilities at Coed-Y-Brenin or testing yourself on the trails around the Dyfi forest, biking can be truly exhilarating in this area of Wales.Read more
You won't find anywhere else in Britain that has as many National Nature Reserves as in Snowdonia National Park. The peak of Snowdon itself is a nature reserve with an abundance of bird life.Read more