|Address||Mallwyd, Nr Machynlleth, Powys, SY20 9HJ|
|Telephone||01650 511 999|
The Brigands Inn is a recently renovated 15thCentury Coaching Inn prominently positioned within an area of outstanding natural beauty that captures the hearts of the many visitors enjoying a short break or visiting the area on business.Set in the heart of the Cambrian Mountains, on the upper banks of River Dovey this quintessential award winning Coaching Inn lies on the edge of the Snowdonia National Park where guests can reminisce of a bygone age letting all the cares of the outside world just melt away.The Brigands Inn is a family run business which offers relaxing surroundings, to enjoy a short stay, good food or celebrate a special occasion.
|Address||Brynrefail, Caernarfon, LL55 3NR|
Caban Cyf is a co-operative run licensed cafe serving the highest quality food at an affordable price. Caban’s chefs’ creative home cooking uses a healthy mix of organic products from local suppliers and fruit & vegetables from the on-site kitchen garden. Located in the small village of Brynrefail near the foot of Snowdon. Free wifi.
|Address||9 Ogwen Terrace, High St, Bethesda, Gwynedd, LL57 3AY|
Fitzpatrick's Cafe, Bethesda, a great spot for an espresso or a plate full of lovely food on their riverside terrace overlooking the Afon Ogwen.
Canolfan Nefyn is the new Community Centre for Nefyn running a programme of art session and providing facilities for a wide range of community events.
|Address||Frongoch, Bala, Gwynedd, LL23 7NU|
CanolfanTryweryn developed the first commercial whitewater rafting operation in the UK in 1986, and since then has grown to become the largest and most well-respected whitewater rafting organisation in the UK. The Tryweryn is a dam released river so water is often flowing when other British rivers are dry, thus producing a unique year round whitewater venue.
Activities include white water rafting, weekend adventure breaks, kayaking and canoeing, corporate team building events.
|Address||Aberdaron, Pwllheli, Gwynedd, LL53 8BE|
The Gwesty Ty Newydd hotel is situated in the picturesque and historic village of Aberdaron on the Llŷn Peninsula, North West Wales. Gwesty Ty Newydd directly overlooks the bay and sandy beach of Aberdaron, which is one of the finest and safest beaches on Llŷn. Stay in comfort in this fine "Four Star" Inn, enjoy fantastic views and savour the delights of freshly caught Bardsey lobster and crab, afternoon teas with home baked cakes and watch the sun go down from the terrace whilst enjoying a drink from the fully licensed bar.
|Address||Tudor Slate Works, Y Groeslon, Caernarfon, LL54 7UE|
Inigo Jones Slate Works was founded in 1861 primarily to produce school writing slates. Today the company produces architectural memorial craft products and garden products from natural welsh slate. The company specialises in producing engraved slate nameplates and plaques which are all made to order. By popular demand Inigo Jones now offers a self guided tour of the Works which gives an insight into the prefabrication process. Inigo Jones is now also a major tourist attraction that is open daily all year including weekends.
|Address||39-41 Church Street, Blaenau Ffestiniog, Gwynedd, LL41 3HD|
A small neighbourhood supermarket and newsagent selling all your daily essentials.
|Address||Llanberis, Caernarfon, Gwynedd, LL55 4TY|
An 800 acre nature reserve which includes Llyn Padarn Lake, the ancient Coed Dinorwig oak woodland and the Vivian Quarry. There are woodland and industrial heritage trails to explore plus a number of fascinating attractions such as old steam trains and a lake cruiser. There is also the award winning National Slate Museum.
The medieval church of St. Peter Ad Vincula lies in the beautiful village of Pennal in western Wales. The church was founded in the 6th century by Celtic missionaries from Brittany. It is the only church in Wales dedicated to Saint Peter in Chains (ad Vincula), whose story can be found in the Acts of the Apostles XII. Although its history spans some 1500 years, the church is most famous for its association with Owain Glyndwr, who came to Pennal in 1406. Here Glyndwr composed his famous "Penal Letter," a copy of which is found in the church. The church also features a large oil painting depicting Glyndwr's visit to Pennal.
|Address||Llanbedrog, Pwllheli, Gwynedd, LL53 7TT|
|Telephone||01758 740 763|
The Gallery is a thriving Arts Centre, with its own picture and print collection and an important display of Swansea and Nantgarw porcelain on loan from the Andrews family (descendants of Solomon Andrews who first opened the Gallery to the public). It also houses two celebrated sepulchral monuments of local Welsh saints from the 6th Century and an exhibition of the mansion’s history.
|Address||Lon Felin, Criccieth, Gwynedd, LL52 0HL|
We are a family orientated restaurant serving a wide range of fresh cooked food. We are pragmatic in our approach to ingredients etc e.g our suppliers are all based in Wales, our coffee is fair trade, our eggs are free range, our steaks are welsh black beef, our prices are always reasonable. The menu always has a selection of vegetarian meals and a childrens section. We are situated by the sea, with plenty of free parking, our beach is blue flag and we face south. During the summer dolphins and porpoises are frequent visitors and fishing from the breakwater can be great when the mackerel are around. During the summer we are open from 12 noon until 9.00 pm although our sister cafe next door (Blue China) serves breakfast from 9.00 am. As our trade reduces substantially during the winter period our hours of opening reduce accordingly and we are invariably closed for January.
|Address||Wharf Station , Tywyn, Gwynedd, LL36 9EY|
The Talyllyn Railway is a historic narrow-gauge steam railway, set in the beautiful Mid-Wales countryside. Running from Tywyn to Abergynolwyn and Nant Gwernol, the line passes the delightful Dolgoch Falls and there are excellent forest walks at Nant Gwernol.