Great Days Out in North Wales
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Browsing local attractions within 25 miles of Beach Bungalow
Holywell, CH7 1NR, (18 miles, 30kms), Tel: 01492 531731, Email
Llyn Helyg means Willow Lake and it is aptly named as it is surrounded by woodland, and especially willow trees, on all sides. It is a large body of water that was originally over 30 acres but has been reduced by gradual encroachment.
Marine Lake, Wellington Road, RHYL, Denbighshire, LL18 1LN, (0.5 miles, 0.7kms), Tel: 01352 759109
Britain's oldest miniature railway - train rides around Marine Lake since 1911. Museum with interactive touch screen, gift shop and toilets.
Ysgeifiog, CH8 8NL, (12 miles, 18kms), Tel: 01492 531731, Email
Ysceifiog, also written Ysgeifiog, is a small village, community and parish in Flintshire, Wales. It lies on a back road just north of the A541 highway between Nannerch and Caerwys.
Penmaenmawr, LL34 6BY, (17 miles, 28kms), Tel: 01492 531731, Email
Penmaenmawr is a town in Conwy County Borough, which was formerly in the parish of Dwygyfylchi (meeting of the two semi circles, referring to the two promontories of Penmaen-Bach and Penmaen-Mawr).
We specialise in accompanied walking tours of the Clwydian range, which forms a 35 km north-south chain of undulating hills extending to 160 sq.km and rising to 554 metres at the summit of Moel Famau in the centre of the area.
SeaQuarium offers an underwater voyage of discovery, where you can experience aquatic life from several regions of the world including the Amazon, the Pacific Ocean, the Indian Ocean, the Red Sea and from our own shores around Britain.
We are a local toruing specialist, with a collective 50 years experience of introducing visitors to our region, surely one of the most beautiful parts of Britain, full of stories about our unique Welsh culture, history, and landscape.
Crown Lane, CONWY, Conwy, LL32 8AN, (13 miles, 21kms), Tel: 01492 593413
Established 1882. Devoted to the visual arts in Wales, with over 120 artist members, open all year with a changing exhibition programme of contemporary and traditional paintings and sculptures, plus talks, demonstrations and workshops.
Uncovered in 1987 during a scheme to landscape an area of the the Great Orme, the copper mines discovered below the ground represent one of the most astounding archaeological discoveries of recent time.
Penmaenmawr, LL34 6AZ, (17 miles, 28kms), Tel: 01492 531731, Email
A long sandy beach which looks out onto the Menai Straits; its many facilities make it a popular family resort.
Unusual premises in woodland setting housing studio, pottery workshop and showroom selling handthrown and built stoneware and porcelain ceramics. Open most days throughout the year from 10am - 5pm.
Gweryd Lodge, Plas Lane, Llanarmon-yn-Ial, CH7 4QJ, (20 miles, 32kms), Tel: 01492 531731, Email
Llyn Gweryd is a natural spring fed lake with plenty of natural food. There are two prime springs - important winter feeding areas for the fish - and a number of minor springs in the west end of the lake.
Caerwys, CH7 5AN, (10 miles, 16kms), Tel: 01492 531731, Email
Caerwys is situated just under two miles from the A55 North Wales Expressway and one mile from the A541 Mold-Denbigh road. At the 2001 Census, the population of Caerwys civil parish was 10,315, with a total ward population of 20,496. Ca
Reputed to be the smallest ancient Cathedral in Britain. Magnificent architecture and stained glass windows. Contains the Bishop William Morgan Welsh Bible of 1588. A living working place of worship as well as a visitor attraction.
Rhuddlan, LL18 2UL, (2 miles, 4kms), Tel: 01492 531731, Email
Rhuddlan is a town and community in the county of Denbighshire within the historic boundaries of Flintshire. It is situated to the south of the coastal town of Rhyl and overlooks the River Clwyd.
Northop, CH7 6GP, (18 miles, 28kms), Tel: 01492 531731, Email
Northop is a small village situated in Flintshire , approximately 12 miles west of the city of Chester, mid-way between Mold and Flint, and situated just off junction 33 of the A55 North Wales Expressway.
Mold, LL27 7LN, (18 miles, 30kms), Tel: 01492 531731, Email
Mold (Welsh: Yr Wyddgrug) is a town in Flintshire, Wales, on the River Alyn. It is the administrative seat of Flintshire County Council, and was the county town of Clwyd from 1974 to 1996.
46 Clwyd Street, RUTHIN, Denbighshire, LL15 1HP, (16 miles, 26kms), Tel: 01824 708281, www.ruthingaol.co.uk
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!
Bagillt, CH6 6AN, (14 miles, 23kms), Tel: 01492 531731, Email
Bagillt is a small town, overlooking the Dee Estuary near Holywell. At the 2001 Census the population was recorded as 3,918.
Flint, CH6 5JE, (16 miles, 26kms), Tel: 01492 531731, Email
Flint is a town lying on the estuary of the River Dee. It was the county town of the historic county of Flintshire and today is the third largest town in Flintshire.
Open Doors offer everyone the chance to discover their heritage when buildings and sites of architectural, cultural and historic interest will be open to the public free of charge.
Trefriw, LL27 0YX, (19 miles, 30kms), Tel: 01492 531731, Email
Llyn Geirionydd lies in a valley in North Wales where the northern edge of the Gwydyr Forest meets the lower slopes of the Carneddau Mountains.
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