Manorafon Farm Park
Watch the sheep race, bath a pig, meet reptiles, cuddle cute rabbits and feed many wonderful farm animals. There are often baby animals to see including lambs, kids, piglets and chicks. With an indoor play barn, off-road pedal go-karts, undercover hay bale play, full programme of activities, plus lunchtime food from the Greedy Goat Snack Hut, Manorafon Farm Park makes for a brilliantly exciting day out.
Nestled into the mountains next to Abergele Golf Club, Gwrych Castle is a Grade I listed country house in North Wales and is one of the first attempts at replicating true medieval architecture in Europe. It stands in 250 acres of gardens and grounds and has extensive views over former parkland including a deer park and the Irish Sea. This year, Gwyrch Castle will be the home location of I’m A Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here!
Bodnant Garden is a National Trust property near Tal-y-Cafn, Conwy, Wales, overlooking the Conwy Valley towards the Carneddau mountains. Founded in 1874 and developed by five generations of one family, it was gifted to the National Trust in 1949.
Snowdonia National Park
Snowdonia is a region in north west Wales concentrated around the mountains and glacial landforms of massive Snowdonia National Park. The park’s historic Snowdon Mountain Railway climbs to the summit of Wales’s highest mountain, Mount Snowdon, offering views across the sea to Ireland. The park is also home to an extensive network of trails, over 100 lakes and craggy peaks like Cader Idris and Tryfan.
Llandudno is the largest holiday resort in Wales with a multitude of hotels, traditional bed & breakfasts and other attractions, including Llandudno Pier, a Grade II listed feature situated at one end of the Victorian seaside town. Nestled between the Great and Little Ormes with two wonderful beaches, Llandudno boasts the Victorian promenade aside its sweeping bay as well as the quiet, sand-duned West Shore.
Colwyn Bay Beach
In recent years, the seafront at Colwyn Bay has been transformed with the arrival of the Porth Eirias development (home to Michelin award-winning chef Bryn Williams’s bistro) and the construction of a whole new beach. It is now a spacious stretch of sand backed by a three-mile promenade, an airy seafront walkway that runs into the quintessential town of Rhos-on-Sea.