Browsing local attractions within 25 miles of Pen-y-Dyffryn Country Hotel
Welcome to the Stream in the Sky Eirlys is the Welsh word for "snowdrop". Our narrowboat Eirlys has been a regular sight on the Llangollen canal for over three decades and was joined by our restaurant boat To
Ruthin Craft Centre, The Centre for the Applied Arts. Three galleries, six artist studios, retail gallery, education and residency workshops, tourist information gateway and café with courtyard terrace.
Motor Museum displaying cars and motorcycles from the 1920s to the 1970s, also large range of spares for collectors' vehicles and collections of models and automobilia. Motoring reference library, plus a small canal exhibition.
Get Wet provide a wide range of Outdoor Activities to suit everyone! Get wet currently has 2 public access high ropes courses and a paintball site! We offer activities to suit everyone, whether you are an individual or part of a group.
On the border between England and Wales, this charming rural track is set in glorious countryside beside the River Dee. 15 days racing per year plus conference and banqueting facilities for up to 300.
46 Clwyd Street, RUTHIN, Denbighshire, LL15 1HP, Tel: 01824 708281, www.ruthingaol.co.uk(19 miles, 30 km)
Explore Ruthin Gaol - one of North Wales' most fascinating buildings. From 1654 to 1916 thousands of prisoners - men, women and children, innocent and guilty passed through its gates. Now it's your turn!
A popular destination for young and old alike. With 40,000 square feet of indoor attractions, regular hands-on animal activities, lots of outdoor play and driving activities there is never a dull moment.
Set in the heart of the North Wales Borderlands - it's the only place in Wales you can try all this! Climbing (biggest wall in NE Wales), high ropes course, archery, orienteering, KMX karting plus more. A great day for the whole family.
Whitewater Active, Chapel Street, Llangollen, LL20 8NW, Tel: 01978 860471, www.whitewateractive.co.uk(8 miles, 12 km)
Start your adventure here. To raft down rapids, climb a rock face or descend into cool green crevices is to get really close to nature and the real wild world.
From the Llangollen Wharf you can embark on either a horse drawn boat trip or a motorised aqueduct cruise, both of which take in the magical sights and sounds of the beautiful Llangollen Canal.