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Dragon Raiders Paintball Park

0.1 miles away

Paintball centre in Pwllhelli, with a selection of game zones and on-site refreshments. Games suitable for all aged 11 or over.

Enjoy a paintballing adventure in over 30 acres of prime forest in an area of outstanding natural beauty. Dragon Raiders Paintball Park is situated on the coast of the Llyn peninsula in Gwynedd, right in the heart of Wales. Independently run, we offer value for money without compromising quality. Ideal for anyone over the age of 11, we are perfect for a family day out, birthday party, stag party or other special occasion. We are also ideal for an office get together or corporate groups looking for a team building session.

* Calls cost no more than 6p per minute from a BT landline

Lloyd George Museum

1.2 miles away

Museum in Criccieth, giving an insight into the life of David Lloyd George (statesman and Prime Minister), including a Victorian schoolroom and many exhibits.

The Lloyd George Museum interprets the life and times of David Lloyd George 1863-1945. An interesting and extensive collection of objects, interactive displays, paintings, photographs and letters are on display to visitors. Discover the life and times of David Lloyd George in the Museum and Highgate, his boyhood home. Lloyd George was one of the greatest statesmen of the twentieth century - he introduced the old age pension, he led the country as Prime Minister during World War I and he gave women the vote.

Porthmadog Golf Club

5.7 miles away

Golf club in Porthmadog, with an on-site pro shop and an 18-hole course close to the coast. Regular events and competitions.

Porthmadog Golf Club has been described as a miniature Troon. Found North of Wales it is a historic course built in 1900 and has undergone many alterations over its history. Located near to Portmierion, which was where TV series 'The Prisoner' was recorded it is surrounded by beautiful countryside and lakes.

* Calls cost no more than 6p per minute from a BT landline

Ffestiniog Railway

6.9 miles away

Enjoy a trip on a unique narrow gauge railway from Porthmadog to Blaenau Ffestiniog. Climb to over 700 feet above sea level & take in the beautiful Snowdonia views. Refreshments.

Enjoy a scenic trip on the Ffestiniog Railway - fourteen miles of beautiful views through the stunning Vale of Ffestiniog. Ideal for families trips, one child travels for free with each fee paying adult! This wonderful narrow gauge steam railway is one of two which can take through Snowdonia's fascinating past from the harbour in Porthmadog to the slate-quarry town of Blaenau Ffestiniog. Climb to over 700 feet above sea level to admire a breath-taking range of lakes, waterfalls and forests. Refreshments and a fully licensed bar are available on board.

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Plas Bodegroes

7.2 miles away

Multi-award winning, Michelin starred restaurant set in a beautiful, secluded position. Serving modern traditional menu using superb local ingredients. Parking.

Croeso! - a warm Welsh welcome to Plas Bodegroes. This lovely building stands in its own secluded grounds, just a mile from the beach, on the beautiful Llŷn Peninsula. Established in 1986, this welcoming restaurant has been at the top of Wales' restaurant scene for many years. This Grade 2* listed Georgian Manor House provides the perfect backdrop in which to enjoy fine food and drink in a beautiful and relaxed setting.

Twnti Seafood Restaurant

8.8 miles away

Renowned restaurant in Rhydyclafdy, Pwllheli, specialising in quality seafood using local produce. Good wines and outdoor terrace and galleried lounge area.

Enjoy some of the finest seafood on the Llyn Peninsula in a cosy and friendly atmosphere at the Twinti Seafood Restaurant. Nestling in the hills of the glorious Llyn Peninsula, only a few miles from Pwllheli and Abersoch this welcoming restaurant is well renowned for the quality of its seafood and the warmth of its welcome.

Bardsey Island

9.7 miles away

Beautiful island situated just off the tip of the Llyn Peninsula in North Wales with daily summer boat trips to view seals, dolphins & rare wildlife & flowers.

Bardsey Island is a National Nature Reserve and a Site of Special Scientific Interest and a must visit for lovers of nature and the great outdoors. It is a site which is both nationally and internationally important for wildlife. The wide range of special interest includes birds, rare flowering plants, lichens, liverworts and mosses, coastal grassland and heathland, seacliff ledges and marine wildlife. Visit the island on an interesting day trip or maybe stay overnight to fully immerse yourself in these superb natural surroundings.

Glyn-y-Weddw Arms

9.7 miles away

Relaxed Welsh pub in Lanbedrog offering an extensive food menu with something for everyone along with real ales, wines & spirits. Family friendly. Parking.

The Glyn y Weddw Arms in Llanbedrog, Pwllheli offers customers a warm and friendly welcome. The decor is inviting and offers an 'olde worlde' feel, where customers can relax, safe in the knowledge that whatever they require the team will cater for their needs. An experienced Chef Gary Williams provides an eclectic mix of culinary delights using his knowledge and expertise to create a menu to tantalise your taste buds. With an extensive wine list plus Robinson's traditional draught Ales, a visit to the The Glyn y Weddw Arms will leave you craving for more.

Sygun Copper Mine

10.2 miles away

Copper mine in Bedgellert - open to visitors, and family-friendly, with activities including pottery-painting and gold panning. On-site adventure playground.

Sygun Copper Mine is one of the wonders of Wales, a remarkable and impressive example of how our precious industrial heritage can be reclaimed, restored and transformed into an outstanding family attraction. Situated in the heart of the Snowdonia national park, the mine is a unique modern day reminder of 19th century methods of ore extraction and processing, is situated in the glorious Gwynant Valley. The Sygun Copper Mine is an excellent and interesting attraction for all the family.

Nefyn & District Golf Club

11.2 miles away

Golf club in Pwllheli, with a 26 hole championship course set on the Llyn Peninsula. Facilities include club house with pro shop, bar and restaurant and parking

Nefyn is a unique 26 hole championship golf course that can be enjoyed by golfers of every standard, many of the holes invite the golfer to create their own challenge. There are views of the sea from every tee and eight of the holes are played on the world-famous 'Point'. Golf was first played at Nefyn in 1907 with a 9 hole course laid out. The course takes in the spectacular coastline of the Llyn Peninsula and vistors can be assured of a warm welcome.

Fresh Cafe Bar & Grill

11.7 miles away

Superb bistro restaurant in Abersoch, offering an extensive menu. Great choice of wines and cocktails. Local produce, family friendly, group bookings welcome.

A warm welcome awaits diners at the Fresh Café Bar & Grill Abersoch. With a superb reputation, this stylish, modern restaurant and bar makes the ideal place for a relaxing drink or delicious meal. The menu changes regularly to ensure there is always a new dish for you to try. The basis stays the same though – fresh food prepared to the highest standard.

Angelina's Restaurant

11.7 miles away

Friendly Italian restaurant located in the heart of Abersoch. Traditional Italian cuisine with fantastic daily specials. Family friendly and disabled access.

Angelina's Italian Restaurant is located in the heart of Abersoch on the beautiful Llyn Peninsula. Offering excellent, relaxed dining for all the family, this welcoming Italian Restaurant is the perfect place for lunch or dinner. Not only can you enjoy freshly prepared Italian classics, the restaurant has an excellent range of special offers available and a children's menu offering great value for money.

Abersoch Golf Club

11.9 miles away

Picturesque 18-hole golf course in Pwllheli with full catering and bar facilities on site with a well-equipped pro shop & golf lessons. Open every day. Parking.

Abersoch Golf Club is a hidden golfing gem nestling behind the sand dunes. This 18 hole course has a mixture of both links and parkland with many testing holes and wonderful views overlooking Cardigan Bay and the Snowdonia mountain range. The Abersoch golf course was designed by Harry Vardon in 1907. These days the 18 holes provide a mixture of links and parkland golf. The mild climate and fast draining dunes ensures golf every single day... So come along and enjoy!

National Slate Museum

14.9 miles away

Slate museum in Llanberis, giving an insight into the slate mining history of Wales with a selection of displays and exhibits. Educational attraction.

Witness the sights, sounds and smells of the National Slate Museum in Llanberis, bringing the slate industry to life with an array of exhibits and demonstrations. The museum is set in the original Victorian quarry workshops, the heart of the industry that once roofed the world. Explore our terrace of quarry workers' houses, kept in a perfectly lifelike condition, as if the previous occupants had just left. Visit our main website for a full description of all the attractions we offer.

Snowdon Mountain Railway

14.9 miles away

Steam narrow gauge railway running to the summit of Snowdon, providing passenger rides with wheelchair access. Visitor centre at the summit, shop and cafe.

Take a fantastic train ride on the awe inspiring Snowdon Mountain Railway. Majestic Snowdon dominates the glorious, ancient landscape of North Wales. At 3,560ft it is a true mountain and a place of legend. Said to be the burial place of the giant ogre Rhita who was vanquished by King Arthur, some still believe King Arthur's knights sleep beneath. Enjoy a day in the great outdoors and let Snowdon Mountain Railway take you on a journey of a lifetime to the rooftop of Wales!

The Llanberis Lake Railway

14.9 miles away

Lakeside narrow-gauge steam railway in Llanberis, making short trips ideal for all ages. Enjoy stunning views of Snowdon. Regular activities and special events.

The Llanberis Lake Railway is one of th best attractions in Snowdonia. Discover the timeless appeal of these narrow-gauge steam trains, a more leisurely way to travel and the perfect way to savour the grandeur of Snowdonia. Enjoy a five mile return trip which takes around 60 minutes, and trains are scheduled to be hauled by one of the vintage steam engines rescued from the nearby Dinorwic slate quarries. At Llanberis Lake Railway a specially adapted coach is available for wheelchair users, but spaces are limited so please book in advance.

Plas yn Rhiw

15.7 miles away

Historic Manor house in Pwllheli, with an ornamental garden and woodland walking trails. On-site gift shop and refreshment facilities.

Enjoy an interesting day out at Plas yn Rhiw in Pwllheli. The house was rescued from neglect and lovingly restored by the three Keating sisters, who bought it in 1938. The views from the grounds and gardens across Cardigan Bay are among the most spectacular in Britain. The house is 16th-century with Georgian additions, and the garden contains many beautiful flowering trees and shrubs, with beds framed by box hedges and grass paths. It is stunning whatever the season.

Anglesey Model Village and Gardens

15.7 miles away

Model village set in one acre of gardens. Family friendly with an on-site sit & ride train for children. Play area, picnics & on-site tea room. Disabled access.

Anglesey Model Village is one of the latest of the UK's model villages and one of Wale's most popular. Come and explore miniature houses, working mines, railways and more at this excellent family attraction. Set in one acre of beautifully landscaped gardens with water features and a good selection of plants and trees, the model village offers our visitors something unique in north Wales.

Plas Menai Watersports Centre

16.6 miles away

Watersports centre in Caernarfon offering a range of activities including courses and tuition, biking, swimming pool and fitness room, parking and Wi-Fi.

Are you interested in a day of fun and adventure? Do you want to try your hand at water sports? Then look no further than the Plas Menai Watersports Centre where you will be warmly welcomed and encouraged throughout the course you choose! Here we boast a wonderful location on the Menai Strait with spectacular views overlooking Anglesey in North Wales. You will find the waters perfect for a variety of sports including sailing, windsurfing, kayaking, canoeing and power boating.

* Calls cost no more than 6p per minute from a BT landline

Greenwood Forest Park

17.7 miles away

Theme park in Gwynedd with rides and activities suitable for people of all ages including roller coasters, mazes, shows and adventure playgrounds. Free parking.

Enjoy a great day out with all the family at Greenwood Forest Park in Snowdonia. At GreenWood, entertainment and adventure come together to provide an utterly unique experience. It is the only family adventure park in the UK to provide true eco-friendly rides which are great fun for kids and kind to the environment too! Situated in the foothills of majestic Snowdonia, GreenWood Forest Park really is an family adventure park like no other!

* Calls cost no more than 6p per minute from a BT landline