Browsing local attractions within 25 miles of St George
Llanddona, LL58 8UE, Tel: 01492 531731, Email(13 miles, 21 km)
Llanddona is a village and community noted for its beach. Located between Benllech and Beaumaris, it is popular as a holiday destination, particularly for families.
Speciality: Fishing Tackle and Bait
Fishing tackle and bait has been sold from Gallows Point for 20 years but recently the point has been comprehensively redeveloped allowing Anglesey Bait Centre to expand rapidly.
Speciality: Welsh Food
Imagine a beautiful stone-built farm in the foothills of Snowdonia where you could buy and eat the very best Welsh food products- and even see it being carefully crafted by experts. The dream is now reality in the form of the Bodnant Welsh
Fun Tours North Wales can take you on a number of different fascinating walking tours of North Wales. We can also provide coach tours for parties of all sizes, giving you the opportunity to see even more of beautiful North Wales.
Trefriw lies on the edge of Snowdonia, on the B5106 road to the north-west of Llanrwst, and about 4½ miles north of Betws-y-coed by road. It is located on the western slopes of the glaciated Conwy valley, below the ridge of Cefn Cyfarwydd.
Betws-y-Coed, LL24 0AA, Tel: 01492 531731, Email(16 miles, 26 km)
Betws-y-Coed is the principal village of the Snowdonia National Park. The name Betws or Bettws is generally thought to be derived from the Anglo-Saxon Old English bed-hus-i.e. a bead-house: a house of prayer, or oratory.
Llandanwg, LL46 2SD, Tel: 01492 531731, Email(4 miles, 7 km)
The west facing, shallow shelving beach is sheltered from strong winds, making it a perfect place for relaxation.
Snowdonia, LL33 0EH, Tel: 01492 531731, Email(10 miles, 17 km)
Foel-fras is a mountain in the Carneddau range, about 10 km east of Bethesda. It lies on the border between the counties of Gwynedd and Conwy. With a height rising to 942m it is officially the eleventh highest peak in Wales.
Walking with Nordic Poles in North Wales Here’s an opportunity to try out a different kind of walking! And to do it in the lovely hills and valleys of North Wales! Are you on holiday in North Wales? Here for a short break?
Prestatyn, LL19 9BB, Tel: 01492 531731, Email(18 miles, 28 km)
The name Prestatyn derives from the Old English preosta ("priest") and tun ("farm"), and was recorded in the Domesday Book as Prestetone.
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.
Seiont Manor sits peacefully within the countryside of Snowdonia, some of the most stunning scenery in North Wales. Surrounded by 150 acres of mature farmland, Seiont Manor offers a complete escape from the pressures of every day life.
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.
Rhuddlan, LL18 2UL, Tel: 01492 531731, Email(15 miles, 24 km)
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.
Abergele, LL22 7AG, Tel: 01492 531731, Email(11 miles, 17 km)
Abergele is an old Roman town situated on the north coast of Wales between the resorts of Colwyn Bay and Rhyl in the county borough of Conwy. The town itself lies on the A55 and is surrounded by woodland covered hillsides.