Discover Beautiful North Wales
An area of outstanding beauty, which offers something for everyone
Pennant Park is perfectly located for exploring the North Wales coastline. Whether you're looking for historic sights or diverse shopping towns, there is something for everyone.
The market town of Conwy is definitely one to visit with Conwy Castle and the town walls dating back to 1283.
Conwy has other tourist attractions to draw visitors including the National Trust owned Aberconwy House, Conwy's only surviving 14th century merchants house.
It's also home to the smallest house in Britain, built in the 16th century and standing at just 3.05m x 1.8m.
Snowdonia National Park
Snowdonia National Park really does have it all! Whether you're an experienced hiker or prefer a stroll and to take it a little easier on the Snowdon Mountain railway, this place is a must.
Its not just Wales' highest mountain Snowdon which is located here, there's also Europe's longest zip wire and Go Below Underground Adventures if you're feeling brave enough!
Betws-y-Coed is a beautiful little village which lies in the Snodonia National Park near the River Conwy and founded around a monastery.
Nearby attractions include the National Trust property Bodnant Gardens with its stunning gardens and floral displays.
The Conwy Valley Railway Museum is also worth a visit with its miniature railway which takes you on a trip around the beautifully landscaped gardens.
The Seaside town of Llandudno has a lot to offer. Spending time on the beach and walking along the peir with traditional fish & chips, you should have a delightful day here.
The top of the Great Orme and the cable car ride offer some unbelievable views.
Wanting to try something different? Llandudno can offer that too. The Ski Slope & Snowboard Centre is a great day out, with Tobogganing and Sno-tubing on offer too.
There are some amazing walks leading up to beautiful waterfalls in the area, the closest to Pennant Park being Dyserth Fall which is just five minutes away. Aber Falls is a spectacular waterfall in the small village of Abergwyngregyn. With a long gradual walk and rock pools leading up to it, this makes a great day out with a picnic.
Chester City Centre
If shopping is your thing then Chester City Centre is for you with a variety of different shops, boutiques and restaurants. This historical Roman city offers walks along the ancient walls, an original amphitheatre and many museums.
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