What to do on your stay

Snowdonia is Wales’s undisputed activity capital, crammed full of all kinds of outdoor activities like cycling, climbing, horse riding, golfing, canyoning, birdwatching, caving and watersports. Whether you’re young or old there genuinely is something for everyone!

Zip World Snowdonia

Zip World Velocity won international acclaim when we opened in March 2013. The first of its kind and the longest, fastest zip line in the world. Over a mile in length, located in Penrhyn Quarry, Velocity sees riders fly solo through the skies at over 100mph, 500ft in the air, experiencing the nearest thrill to flying.

Antur Stiniog

Come on, pull your lazy nose from the screen of your phone, computer or iPad, come and enjoy a totally different and real experience in this amazing area. We can offer an unforgettably bonkers experience in activities such as walking, kayaking, history, nature, fishing, downhill mountain biking, wild camping and culture, encompassing all the uniqueness that Bro Ffestiniog has to offer!

Harlech Leisure

The campaign to save Harlech Pool in 2008 and it is the culmination of years of hard work by members of the Harlech and Ardudwy Community has seen the construction of a state of the art climbing wall and new café. The pool continues, and the café and climbing wall bring a new direction and new visitors to the centre.

Royal St. Davids Golf Club

Nationally and internationally renowned, Royal St David’s is one of Wales’ premier golf courses. It provides a challenging test of golf in a breathtaking setting in the most beautiful and scenic part of the Principality and dominated by the brooding presence of Harlech Castle. The best thing? It’s across the road from The Noddfa!


Portmeirion was created by the architect Clough Williams-Ellis from 1925 to 1976. He wanted to show how a naturally beautiful site could be developed without spoiling it. He hoped the village would make people to think about buildings in the landscape. The village was built as a place people could enjoy for its own sake. It was supposed to be a place where events, concerts and exhibitions could take place.

Coed Y Brenin

As the UK’s first dedicated mountain bike trail centre, the excellent single track network at Coed Y Brenin has gradually evolved from natural forest trails, which were slowly armored to prevent erosion, to the extensive network of all weather routes which you can enjoy today.

Theatr Ardudwy

In the shadows of Harlech Castle and backing onto the dunes Theatr Ardudwy enjoys stunning views of the Snowdonia and Cardigan Bay. The theatre presents quality concerts and shows to suit all tastes. The theatre has excellent acoustics, 256 seats and is fully accessible.