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Discover the delights of North Wales

Discover the delights of North Wales

An adventurer’s paradise, Plas Coch - North Wales offers majestic mountain ranges, stunning beaches and charming countryside. Whether exploring castles in Caernarfon, soaking up history in Llanberis or relaxing on Anglesey’s 250 miles of coastline, it’s easy to see why people escape here week after week.

For those who enjoy a more leisurely pace of life, you can indulge at one of the regions many food festivals, or soak up some rich Welsh history aboard the West Highland steam powered railway.

Local Area

This corner of Wales has something for the whole family and you really will be spoilt for choice.

1815North Wales


Pop into 1815, situated in Bangor, for a range of fresh and delicious dishes. Whether you opt for a hearty breakfast, warming jacket potato, selection of tapas plates or simply a scone served with a pot of tea, you're sure to enjoy your experience.

Food and Drink
AinsworthsNorth Wales


After a coastal walk by the sea, nothing quite beats a traditional fish and chips. At Ainsworth’s fresh fish is caught daily off the coast and cooked to order for you to enjoy. It's considered locally to be one of the best places to visit for dinner by the sea.

Food and Drink
Anglesey BeachesNorth Wales

Anglesey Beaches

From Niwbwrch, Rhosneigr, Camaes and Penmon, the beaches in Angelsey offer nature reserves, harbours and water sports for activity enthusiasts.

Outdoor Activities
Beaumaris CastleNorth Wales

Beaumaris Castle

Located on the idyllic island of Anglesey, this incredible fortification is billed as ‘the great unfinished masterpiece’. Under construction for 30 years, the castle is still incomplete. Classed as a World Heritage site, Beaumaris has been labelled one of the 'finest examples of late 13th and early 14th Century military architecture in Europe'.

Local Attractions
Bodnant GardenNorth Wales

Bodnant Garden

A self-described ‘historic, horticultural gem’, this immaculate National Trust site has been drawing visitors from afar for many years - and it’s no surprise why. The Bodnant Garden gives views of the Conwy Valley, with the picturesque backdrop of the Carneddau mountain range. Marvel at the gardens, flowers and displays on offer!

Local Attractions
Bounce BelowNorth Wales

Bounce Below

Set in a former slate mine, delve into the depths of North Wales and bounce, slide and roll your way through this network of family fun.

Local Attractions
Caernarfon CastleNorth Wales

Caernarfon Castle

Discover the rich history behind this intimidating 700-year-old fortification, steeped in medieval legend. Overlooking the River Seiont, the sheer scale of Caernarfon Castle is bound to impress. Did you know that Caernarfon was once the administrative centre of North Wales? This castle certainly reflects it!

Local Attractions
Conwy CastleNorth Wales

Conwy Castle

Ordered by Edward I after his conquest of Wales, this World Heritage site offers a fascinating slice of Welsh history, steeped in war, conflict and siege. Designed by James of Saint George, Conwy was a 13th-century project for a walled garrison town. Soak up the structure’s imposing 13th-Century walls.

Local Attractions
Dylan'sNorth Wales


Dylan's have created a modern, light building over two floors with sun terraces and stunning views across the Strait. The restaurant serves locally sourced, seasonal produce, specialising in freshly baked pizza and seafood. The menu is a celebration of the abundant seafood and farm produce available around Anglesey - The Mother of Wales.

Food and Drink
Freckled AngelNorth Wales

Freckled Angel

If you’re after a top restaurant with quality service and a welcoming and relaxed setting, look no further than the Freckled Angel. The combined concept of Spanish tapas with British flavours, using locally sourced ingredients creates a unique dining experience for you to enjoy.

Food and Drink
Garth PierNorth Wales

Garth Pier

Stretching out into the beautiful Menai Strait with breath-taking views of Mount Snowdon, prepare to be amazed.

Outdoor Activities
Great OrmeNorth Wales

Great Orme

Sometimes you can’t beat a breathtaking natural spectacle - that’s exactly what will greet you if ascend the Great Orme, a magnificent limestone headland with dolomite cliffs and a plethora of rare flora, fauna and wildlife. It’s well worth the gruelling climb for the splendid panoramic views of Llandudno and the Welsh coast.

Outdoor Activities
GreenWood Family ParkNorth Wales

GreenWood Family Park

Up for a fun-filled day of activities as a family? Voted the Best Family Attraction in North Wales for 7 years running, GreenWood Family Park promises roller coasters, river rides, activities, live shows, crafts and even a maze. More than enough to keep everyone entertained, whatever the weather.

Local Attractions
Lawton's GrillNorth Wales

Lawton's Grill

Whether you fancy a juicy steak, succulent burger or classic dish such as lamb shank, Lawton's Grill has it all. It makes for a great place to visit for a hearty meal while enjoying the best of what North Wales has to offer.

Food and Drink
Menai StraitsNorth Wales

Menai Straits

You’ll enjoy stunning scenery and an abundance of wildlife when you choose to spend the day exploring this idyllic part of the world.

Outdoor Activities
Mount SnowdonNorth Wales

Mount Snowdon

Dominating the landscape these ancient mountains hold a journey to the summit that will make a fun day out for all. Whether you climb the 1,805m to the peak or catch the train, the views at the top of Snowdon are worth the trip.

Local Attractions
National Slate MuseumNorth Wales

National Slate Museum

Enjoy a fascinating, informative day out for free at the National Slate Museum. Situated in the Victorian workshops at the old Dinorwig quarry, immerse yourself in the history of the Welsh slate industry. Make sure to check out their calendar of year-round special activities and events, too.

Local Attractions
Newborough BeachNorth Wales

Newborough Beach

A breathtaking 3 1/2 mile long beach from Llanddwyn Island to Abermenai Point. View the stunning mountains of Snowdonia from the sand dunes this beach can be enjoyed all year round in its idyllic remote location.

Local Attractions
Oyster CatcherNorth Wales

Oyster Catcher

If you're looking for stunning views, delicious food and warm service, Oyster Catcher in the heart of Rhosneigr is ideal. Tuck into mouth watering seafood, savour meat from award-winning local butchers and sample a good range of smooth guest ales.

Food and Drink
Pant Du Vineyard and CafeNorth Wales

Pant Du Vineyard and Cafe

Taste and purchase a range of superb wines and ciders at the popular Pant Du Vineyard and Café in the heart of North Wales. Admire the on-site vineyard and orchard before browsing the shop and treating yourself to an indulgent snack at the family-run café.

Outdoor Activities
Pili Palas Nature WorldNorth Wales

Pili Palas Nature World

Enjoy a great day out for all the family at Pili Palas Nature World. Meet with the meerkats, insects, reptiles, farm animals and alpacas, before letting the kids blow off some steam in the play barn. The centre also has an on-site café and gift shop.

Local Attractions
Puffin IslandNorth Wales

Puffin Island

Puffin island is an uninhabited island off the Menai Strait. Take a boat trip to see the stunning scenery and discover the more than 14 different breeds of birds depending on what season you visit in. You may also spot a seal or two if you visit in the late summer to autumn!

Snowdon Mountain RailwayNorth Wales

Snowdon Mountain Railway

For those who’d rather spare several hours of walking, take the 4.7-mile train journey to the summit of Snowdon. Incredible views await, as does a great experience for rail enthusiasts: a trip on this narrow gauge rack and pinion mountain railway, accompanied by breathtaking views.

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Snowdonia National ParkNorth Wales

Snowdonia National Park

This beautiful, picture-postcard landscape scarcely needs an introduction. With a sprawling network of trails and a breathtaking collection of peaks, it’s a nature-lover’s paradise. Nine mountain ranges lend themselves to walking, cycling, climbing, horse riding and even water sports - not to forget Snowdon and the railways!

Outdoor Activities
Surf SnowdoniaNorth Wales

Surf Snowdonia

Surf Snowdonia is a revolutionary inland surf lagoon, an adventure destination for thrill seekers. Try surfing, canoeing, paddle boarding and something for the whole family. From the little ones in soft play to safaris, no matter what your activity you'll be sure to make a splash.

Local Attractions
Sygun Copper MineNorth Wales

Sygun Copper Mine

Explore this fascinating Victorian copper mine while enjoying the best of the local area. Take a self-guided audiovisual tour and discover the magnificent winding tunnels and the stunning stalactite and stalagmite formations.

Local Attractions
The Bull, Loft & Coach RestaurantsNorth Wales

The Bull, Loft & Coach Restaurants

A restaurant where you can sit back and indulge in Andy Tabberner's outstanding combinations of local produce and imaginative ingredients. Begin your evening in the relaxing lounge where we serve canapés and drinks, then make your way up to the elegant Loft to continue your mouthwatering experience.

Food and Drink
The Cottage LoafNorth Wales

The Cottage Loaf

Retreat to The Cottage Loaf for a hearty meal with loved ones. The country pub is nestled in the heart of Llandudno, and serves a range of locally sourced, classic dishes. Specialities include a fish market platter, steak and Conwy ale pie and The Loaf's gourmet steak burger.

Food and Drink
The Marram GrassNorth Wales

The Marram Grass

Discover the true taste of Anglesey by dining at The Marram Grass. Every ingredient used is locally sourced or picked from the eatery's very own garden. For a truly indulgent treat, be sure to try their surprise taster menu.

Food and Drink
The Midland Tapas & Wine BarNorth Wales

The Midland Tapas & Wine Bar

At The Midland, you’ll enjoy authentic, modern Spanish plates in a warm and friendly environment. The dishes are made with the freshest ingredients to create gourmet tapas with seasonal specials based around local produce. The combination of good wine, tasty food and a stylish, vibrant restaurant combines to make a memorable experience.

Food and Drink
The Smallest House In Great BritainNorth Wales

The Smallest House In Great Britain

For those feeling curious, make sure that The Smallest House in Great Britain is on the itinerary for your trip to the delightful Welsh town of Conwy. The 16th-Century abode was inhabited until 1900, when the council declared it unfit for human habitation. The occupant couldn’t even stand up in it. A fairly self-explanatory attraction!

Local Attractions
The Sosban & The Old Butcher *Michelin Star*North Wales

The Sosban & The Old Butcher *Michelin Star*

Located in the heart of Menai Bridge on the Isle of Anglesey, within a historical Butcher’s Shop, this dining experience is a little different to most. Creating a series of dishes using the best locally sourced produce available on the day, this restaurant provides a unique culinary journey not found anywhere else.

Food and Drink
The Tavern on the BayNorth Wales

The Tavern on the Bay

Take in marvellous views of the surrounding beach while enjoying a tasty meal at The Tavern on the Bay. The gastropub serves a range of delicious recipes, including Conwy ribeye steak, pan roasted duck breast and roast hake, plus plenty of pizzas, burgers and vegetarian options.

Food and Drink
The White EagleNorth Wales

The White Eagle

Overlooking the stunning Anglesey coastline, The White Eagle has a warm, friendly atmosphere and a seasonal menu featuring the very best British dishes, each one showcasing their relationship with local farms and producers, from award-winning local family butchers to oysters freshly caught from the Menai.

Food and Drink
Welsh Mountain ZooNorth Wales

Welsh Mountain Zoo

A perfect day out for all the family awaits at this expansive zoological garden. As the ‘oldest and most established zoo in Wales’, the little ones are bound to love greeting all of the animals. Take the opportunity to amble through the zoo’s 37-acre landscape, accompanied by views of near Colwyn Bay and the Carneddau mountains.

Local Attractions
Zip WorldNorth Wales

Zip World

Experience the thrill of flying as you hurtle down the longest zip line in Europe at speeds in excess of 100mph!

Local Attractions

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