Browsing local attractions within 25 miles of St George
Anglesey, LL71 8BL, Tel: 01492 531731, Email(19 miles, 31 km)
Mynydd Bodafon is the highest point on the island of Anglesey (although not in the county of Anglesey - see Holyhead Mountain). Its summit is also known as Yr Arwydd ("the signal").
Here at St. George's Hotel we've recognised the importance of providing our business clientele with the highest standards of hospitality and the essential facilities they need to ensure their business event goes according to plan.
9 hole, 6220 yds (18), par 70, SSS 70, Links. Rhyl golf course is a 9 hole (18 tee) challenging links with large fairways but tight, well guarded greens which will challenge golfers of all standards.
Snowdonia, LL57 3UB, Tel: 01492 531731, Email(13 miles, 20 km)
Yr Elen is the ninth highest mountain in Snowdonia. The average annual temperature of the peak is around 4 celsius. It lies on a short ridge running west-northwest off the main north-east to south-west ridge of the Carneddau.
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.
Speciality: Ice Cream, Coffee, Hot Chocolate and Loose Leaf Tea
Our mission is quite simply to be the place customers come to relax, to enjoy time with friends and family or to have a meeting, read the paper or just have time alone.
Llanfairfechan, LL33 0AA, Tel: 01492 531731, Email(8 miles, 12 km)
Llanfairfechan is a small seaside town in Conwy, it lies on the north coast on the route of the A55 road, between Penmaenmawr and Bangor. It previously was in Gwynedd (1972-1996) and prior to that was in Caernarfonshire.
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.
Llandudno, LL30 2XF, Tel: 01492 531731, Email(1 miles, 2 km)
The Great Orme is a prominent limestone headland on the north coast of Wales situated in Llandudno. It is referred to as Cyngreawdr Fynydd in a poem by the 12th-century poet Gwalchmai ap Meilyr.
Speciality: Local produce
Set in the beautiful North Wales countryside, The Groes is a wonderful example of a traditional British Inn. Blending the warm welcome of a local pub with delicious food, excellent service and a comfortable bed.
AFWI Hall, Holyhead Road, Llanfairpwll, Ynys Mon, LL61 5SY, Tel: 01248 717600, Email(17 miles, 27 km)
A former Thomas Telford tollhouse, now created by the Anglesey Federation of Womens Institutes into a museum
Prestatyn Central, LL19 7EY, Tel: 01492 531731, Email(17 miles, 28 km)
A wide, north facing, sandy beach which is gently sloping and interspersed with groynes.
Llandudno is the largest seaside resort in Wales & still retains much of its Victorian character & charm. It stands on a peninsula jutting out into the Irish Sea, between the headlands of the Great Orme and Little Orme.
Capel Curig, LL57 3LZ, Tel: 01492 531731, Email(16 miles, 25 km)
Llyn Ogwen is a ribbon lake in north-west Wales. It lies alongside the A5 road between two mountain ranges of Snowdonia, the Carneddau and the Glyderau.
77 Conwy Road, Colwyn Bay, LL297LN, Tel: 08454505885, Email, www.gonorthwales.co.uk/thedms.aspx?dms=72&shop=13&prod=8308(4 miles, 7 km)
Four clubs within three miles of each other have come together to create the North East Wales Coast Golf Pass.