Nearby there are many lovely and historic places for you to visit to make your holiday an enjoyable and relaxing one:-
- The world famous Bodnant Garden is just down the road and The Conwy Valley boasts many well-known prize winning plant nurseries.
- Snowdonia, with beautiful views, mountain walks and the unique rack railway to the summit is only a 30 minute drive away, the summit restaurant is certainly worth a visit.
- 10 miles North is Llandudno, a sea-side town with 2 beaches, Victorian shopping arcade, the fantastic Bronze Age Mines and The Great Orme Country Park with Queen Victoria’s Kashmir goats.
- Nearby too is The National Zoo of Wales in Upper Colwyn Bay where they work to improve the environment for endangered animals, and the Anglesey Sea Zoo, where lobsters are grown to be returned to the sea, and the exhibits are touch friendly!
- Betws y Coed where 2 rivers meet, has well stocked souvenir shops, mountain walks and the wonderful Swallow Falls.
- Our historic market town, Llanrwst was founded in 650 AD and has some lovely little shops in which to find that special locally made souvenir. St Grwsts Church and 17th century Tu Hwnt I’r Bont add to its charm. Just outside town is Gwydir Castle, built by the Wynne family in the 1600s showing original recycling in its walls where there are stones from the nearby demolished Cistercian Aberconwy Abbey. Near Llanrwst are spectacular forest walks and the Gray Mares Tail falls.