Things To Do

We have a wide variety of brochures in the office to help you plan your trips while you holiday with us. Please come in and have a look, the staff in reception are also there to provide advice using their knowledge of the local area to help you choose the best activities for you!

Highlighted below are some of the key attractions and activities in the area.

Golf at Royal St Davids Golf Club

One of the best courses in the United Kingdom, only 5 miles away in Harlech! There are other courses available in Porthmadog to the North and Aberdovey to the South.


There are a number of railways for you to choose from around the area. With Ffestiniog and Snowdon to the North and the Tal-Y-Llyn and Fairbourne railways to the South. You will struggle to find a better way to take in some of Wales’s most spectacular scenery.

Harlech Castle

Rises like a clenched fist above the morfa. This is one of Edward the firsts great spectaculars built in 1283. Daring battlements and towers to explore, with a great view of distant Snowdon thrown in! If you enjoy a good castle, you should venture out to Cricieth and Caernarfon too!

Portmeirion Village

A dreamy village, it’s Italian beauty exceeding any village. Portmeirion’s builder Sir Clough Williams-Ellis, really gilded the lily, choosing the most beautiful situation, yet further embelleshing it with domes, towers and loggias. Even the Pines lean romantically.


Located in Barmouth, Bendigedig has a soft play suitable for children aged 0-12. Consisting of an indoor basketball area, slides, big-bash maze, cannons and a cafe. “The Perfect place to catch up with friends, go online or simply enjoy a spot of reading while the kids burn off some energy”.

Farm Park and Play Barn

Situated on the site of Llanfair Slate Caverns, 1 mile south of Harlech. Go and see all your favourite farm animals. Taff the pony, various pigs, rabbits, calves, ducks, geese, hens, small pigmy goats and many other animals and birds. The animals are housed in the farm buildings, so a great day out whatever the weather.

Snowdonia National Park

Covering 823 square miles of diverse landscapes, Snowdonia National Park is a living working area. As well as being the largest National Park in Wales, Snowdonia boasts the highest mountain in Wales. A wealth of picturesque villages such as Beddgelert and Betws-Y-Coed are all on your doorstep to discover from your base at Dyffryn Seaside Estate.