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Discover the Best Food and Drink in North Wales

Whether you’re a sophisticated gourmand or just love fish and chips, North Wales will have the fare that you want. Fantastic seafood and local mountain lamb are specialities of the region – and there is even an excellent Welsh whisky.

With outlets ranging from beach bars and casual cafes, through local gastropubs and hotel restaurants, to grand dining rooms, the choice is wide. So start exploring our database to find the foodie haven to suit your taste.

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Plas Cadnant Events (throughout summer)

Anglesey

Visit Plas Cadnant and experience one of their multiple events over the summer from guided walks to red squirrel walks.

Pili Palas Nature World

Anglesey

Come face to face with friendly creatures at Pili Palas Nature World. This is an attraction for nature lovers, little ones, and everyone in between.

Holyhead Mountain Hill Fort

Anglesey

Rough tracks and masses of gorse and heather lead to the summit. On a clear day, you can see the Wicklow Hills of Ireland and the Isle of Man.

Arvonia fish and chips

Llyn Peninsula

Classic traditional fish & chips. An independent family-run business.

Boulder Adventures Rock Climbing & Abseiling

Snowdonia

Embrace Llanberis’ rich rock climbing traditions and unlock hidden views of Snowdonia.

Tremfan Hall

Llyn Peninsula

Utilising only the finest and freshest ingredients, their dishes showcase exquisite flavours and creativity.

The Alpine Coffee Shop

Snowdonia

The Alpine Coffee Shop and Gallery is one of North Wales’s most popular Cafes. It is busy throughout the year, situated in Betws-y-Coed.

Nant Y Pandy (The Dingle)

Anglesey

Nant Y Pandy (The Dingle) is a tranquil nature reserve in Llangefni, Anglesey. You’ll find enchanting woodlands, beautiful wooden sculptures and maybe even a red squirrel!

Janet Bell

Anglesey

Located in Beaumaris, Janet Bell is an independent art shop and gallery owned by professional artist Janet Bell.

B-Active Kayaking

Anglesey

Whether you’re looking for an introduction to sea kayaking or want a kayak wildlife tour, B-Active Rhoscolyn is here to help.

Glasfryn Parc

Llyn Peninsula

Whether you fancy archery, ten-pin bowling, kayaking, clay pigeon shooting, or SUP paddleboarding, you’ll find something to complete your holiday here!

Caffi Bach

Anglesey

Caffi Bach is a traditional beach cafe serving all the essentials, from ice creams and lollies to wood-fired pizza and bacon butties.

The Lobster Pot

Anglesey

If you are a seafood lover, then this is a must-go. Since 1946, they have been serving the freshest Welsh pot-caught lobster and crab, mussels, oysters, and scallops.

Bad Boyz

Anglesey

Interested in charter fishing in Anglesey? Bad Boyz Anglesey Charter Fishing is here to provide memorable fishing trips around North Wales.

The Benllech Tandoori

Anglesey

The Benllech Tandoori is a top pick. It offers a range of traditional Indian dishes, including curries, tandoori specialities and vegetarian options.

Caer Leb

Anglesey

A 200 ft by 160 ft rectangular enclosure defined by double ditches and banks. Cadw says the original entrance is probably on the S E Side. Lay by parking nearby.

Becws Melyn

Snowdonia

Enjoy the fresh and comfortable decor. A diverse selection of teas and coffees is available, alongside a tempting array of cakes, pastries, and savoury options.

Swtan Heritage Museum

Anglesey

Fully restored example of a 17th-century Welsh Cottage complete with a thatched roof, situated in the village of Church Bay.

Pwllheli Beach

Llyn Peninsula

The beach is divided into two parts – Glan y Don Beach and South Beach. South Beach is shingle and Glan Y Mor Beach muddy and sandy.

Tredici Italian Kitchen

Anglesey

Tredici originated from a deep passion for Italian culinary traditions, where their  focus lies on utilising quality ingredients and blending traditional and modern cooking techniques.

St Hywyn’s Church

Llyn Peninsula

The last Parish of Poet and Priest R S Thomas. Established in 516, a cousin of Cadfan built the monastery on the Sacred Island of Bardsey/Enlli. 

Trefor Beach

Llyn Peninsula

This pebbled and sandy beach is a small but sheltered area with a beautiful coastal walk just a stone’s throw away with spectacular views of the Llyn Peninsula.

Folk on the Farm (11th-14th July 2024)

Anglesey

There is an amazing line-up at this popular Folk Festival weekend. The Fureys will be there so don’t miss it. Book your tickets soon!

Welsh Motorcycle Festival (25th-26th May 2024)

Anglesey

From classic motorcycles to modern bikes, the Welsh Motorcycle Festival is something for bikers and enthusiasts alike.

Nant Gwrtheyrn

Llyn Peninsula

The Heritage Centre was opened in Capel Seilo in 2003 and offers a wealth of information and fascinating displays about the history of the area.

Oriel Mon

Anglesey

One of the largest arts and culture venues in North Wales, with a changing programme of exhibitions it is always worth re-visiting.

Harlech Beach

Snowdonia

Prepare for breathtaking Snowdonia views and the mighty Harlech Castle. This stretch of beach is sandy and fringed by verdant grass.

Anglesey Riding Centre

Menai Bridge

The Anglesey Riding Centre offers lessons and hacks amid North Wales’ breathtaking natural beauty. 

The Heritage Cafe

Anglesey

A local modern coffee shop serving excellent coffee and great food, with stunning views of Snowdonia and the Menai Strait.

Beaumaris Beach

Anglesey

Beaumaris Beach (Traeth Beaumaris) provides a classic British seaside experience, next to the pier with the town right behind.

Clustia’ Mul

Anglesey

A cosy Welsh café serving up hearty breakfasts and delicious lunches right in the middle of Menai Brdige.

RNLI - Moelfre Seawatch Centre

Moelfre

The Moelfre RNLI Seawatch Centre tells the exciting story of Molefre’s lifeboat and maritime history. Prepare to learn about shipwrecks and brave rescues while examining unique artefacts.

Trearddur Bay Beach

Anglesey

 Whether you’re ready to sunbathe or embrace the surf, Trearddur Bay Beach (Traeth Bae Trearddur) should be on your radar.

Green Olive

Anglesey

A delicious vegan café nestled in the bustling heart of Menai Bridge.

RNLI - Llandundo Lifeboat Station

Conwy

Founded in 1861, the Llandudno Lifeboat Station has a wealth of history and still operates to this day. This station has a Mersey and D-class lifeboat.

Wales Whisky Fest (1st-3rd Nov 2024)

Conwy

Taste hundreds of amazing whiskies from around the world brought to you by 25 exhibitors.

The Bull's Head Inn

Anglesey

A cosy and traditional award winning pub with a roaring open fire and low beams serving local fine cask ales and crafted gins, it is the perfect spot to relax.

Children's Woodland Experience

In a world where we spend too much time indoors, this is the perfect way to get your children in the great outdoors. There are different classes available in the…

Llyn Maritime Museum

Llyn Peninsula

The Museum holds a unique number of artefacts associated with the maritime Heritage and history of Nefyn and the Llyn Peninsula.

Adventure Activities Wales Caving & Mine Exploration

Snowdonia

Do you know what lies beneath Wales? Discover secret caverns and underground passageways.

Ann's Pantry

Anglesey

This family-run café and restaurant is a favourite among locals and visitors and is a must-visit.

The Ship Inn

Anglesey

Situated in Red Wharf Bay, The Ship Inn is a traditional pub serving hearty meals and refreshing drinks.

Hanging Pizzeria

Snowdonia

A fantastic pizzeria serving 15 high-quality pizzas, salads, oven-baked goods, Mediterranean boards, desserts, and drinks. No need to book—just pop in!

Sblash - Caban Pysgod/Fish Bar

Llyn Peninsula

Sblash Restaurant in Aberdaron is a delightful seafood haven. Offering generous portions and an array of delicious fish options, it’s a must-visit for fish and chip enthusiasts.

Traeth Porthor(Whistling sands)

Llyn Peninsula

One of only two beaches in the whole of the UK known for its unique whistling sands, this idyllic spot offers walkers and visitors a coastal backdrop rich in history.

Dylans 

Criccieth

Offering a diverse menu featuring fresh seafood and locally sourced ingredients, with stunning views of the seafront, you just can’t beat the view.

Caban Y Pair

Snowdonia

It is a great little cafe serving traditional Neapolitan-style pizza made in-house using quality, authentic ingredients and techniques.

RSPB Mawddach Woodlands

Conwy

Based in the Mawddach Valley, the RSPB Mawddach woodlands allow you to admire Redstarts, Dippers, Wood Warblers, Lesser Horseshoe Bats and more.

Boulder Adventures Kayaking & Canoeing

Snowdonia

The Boulder Adventures Llyn Padarn watersports centre offers a range of kayaking and canoeing tours.

Anglesey Fishing & Boat Trips

Anglesey

Anglesey Fishing & Boat Trips provides fishing tours and private charter services to all interested in sea fishing. 

Bodnant Garden

Conwy

Visitors can stroll through 980 acres of tranquil garden space while admiring Champion Trees, sweeping lawns, and thick woodland.

Plas Cadnant Garden

Anglesey

For leisurely strolls in beautiful parkland, it has to be the Plas Cadnant Estate. Immerse yourself in the Plas Cadnant Garden, an award-winning restoration project with Grade II listed outbuildings.

Bangor Garth Pier

Snowdonia

Opened in 1896, it is considered one of Britain’s most unspoilt Piers. It is Grade 11 listed and offers splendid views up and down the Menai Strait. 

Anglesey Sea Zoo

Menai Bridge

Gaze upon the best of British marine life at the Anglesey Sea Zoo. With more than 40 tanks this attraction will impress all visitors.

Harlech & Ardudwy Leisure

Snowdonia

Take a dip in Harlech with the Harlech & Ardudwy Leisure complex.

Y Groeslon

Anglesey

A traditional pub with views overlooking the Menai Strait and Snowdonia. Serving pub food with regular live music. Showing all the best live sport.

Traeth Lleiniog

Anglesey

Situated on the northeastern tip of Anglesey, Traeth Lleiniog is the spot for a relaxed atmosphere and uninhibited Menai Strait views.

Children's Farm Park

Snowdonia

Say hello to the furry friends at the Harlech-based Children’s Farm Park. This independent farm offers the chance to get up close and personal with animals.

Penmon Point

Anglesey

Penmon Beach is the best choice for staggering views of Puffin Island and Trwun Du Lighthouse (circa 1838).

The Bridge Inn

Anglesey

Every dish is thoughtfully selected by their Head Chef, Kweku. Their weekend specials vary based on local ingredients and seasonal shifts.

Anglesey Circuit

Rhosneigr

Since 2007, the Anglesey Circuit has offered a technically challenging space for all drivers and riders.

Enochs Fish & Chips

Anglesey, Church Bay, Rhoscolyn, Trearddur Bay

Some of the finest Fish and Chips in the area, with a different to norm menu with lobster, mullet and of course traditional cod.

Gottwood Music Festival

Anglesey

Electronic Music Festival tucked away in the woods – “a mystical little party in the woods with underground electronic music”.

Pilates Experience

Gather your family and friends together for a full Pilates experience in your Oysterholiday home. Pilates is about mobility and strength building, which gives you energyand flexibility in everyday life.…

St Georges Hotel

Conwy

At St. George’s Hotel in Llandudno, you’ll find a lovely restaurant serving delicious food made with local ingredients.

Snowdon 24 Hour Race (13th-14th July 2024)

Snowdonia

The challenge is to ascend and descend Snowdon as many times as you can as an individual or a team in 24 hours! 

The Island Retreat (28th - 30th June 2024)

Anglesey

A blissful few days of pilates, yoga, and pampering. Together with delicious food at The Outbuildings, a fabulous location.

Boulder Adventures Gorge Scrambling

Snowdonia

From squeezing and sliding to swimming and climbing, gorge scrambling is all about testing your skills.

Apres Sea Cafe

Llyn Peninsula

Offering great beer, cocktails, food and music.

Caffi Castell Harlech

Snowdonia

Located opposite the renowned Harlech Castle and the steepest street globally, the café boasts breathtaking panoramic views from the sea to Snowdon.

Henllys Golf Club

Anglesey

Take in incredible views of Snowdonia as you unwind and tee off at Henllys Golf Club. This scenic course is based on the eastern side of Anglesey.

Sea Shanty

Anglesey

Family-friendly beach café, restaurant & ice cream parlour. Their ingredients are freshly sourced daily and are committed to utilising Welsh produce whenever possible.

Anglesey Vintage Rally (18th & 19th May 2024)

Anglesey

This is a fascinating day out that will certainly take you back in time. There are craft and trade stands, and you can stay the night at the camping facilities.

Fishing in Wales

Llyn Peninsula

Fishing in Wales provides professional charter fishing trips and sea fishing tours from Abersoch.

The Fun Centre

Llyn Peninsula

With a giant soft play area, go-karts, laser space sport, and a mini museum, all little ones will have a great time.

The Potted Lobster

Abersoch

The Potted Lobster is a beautifully interiored restaurant in the heart of Abersoch. With the sea only a stone’s throw away, sit back, relax and soak up the sun.

Fresh Salt

Abersoch

ALways wanted to catch a Bass on a fly rod? Based on the Llyn Peninsula, this experienced team provides fishing guides for the salt and fresh water,.

Aberfalls Distillery

Conwy

Taste the spirit of North Wales with Aberfalls Distillery. This talented team has been distilling whisky between Snowdonia and the Menai Strait since 1900.

Beaumaris Festival (22nd-29th May 2024)

Anglesey

A celebration of Music, talent and community spirit.

Y Castell

Snowdonia

This restaurant, located within Caernarfon Castle, offers a unique dining experience focusing on high-quality ingredients cooked to perfection.

The Albert

Conwy

A historic pub with a cosy atmosphere, The Albert serves various dishes, including traditional Welsh fare, burgers, and steaks.

Bodnant Welsh Food

Conwy

Bodnant offers a culinary experience celebrating the best of Welsh produce, with dishes crafted from locally sourced ingredients bursting with flavour and freshness.

Plas Menai - Rock and Ropes

Y Felinheli

With a climbing wall, a high ropes course, and a ‘leap of faith,’ this package is perfect for those who want to conquer the skies. 

Anglesey Show / Sioe Sir Fôn (13th-14th August 2024)

Anglesey

See all the wonderful animals and produce from Anglesey and the surrounding area, show jumping, flower shows, baking shows, crafts, and so much more.

The Indy Climbing Wall

Anglesey

The Indy Climbing Wall is here to test your skills! With bouldering and rope climbing, this centre is equipped for all levels and preferences.

Pilot Boat Pub

Anglesey

A seaside pub serving pub food. The bric-a-brac inside is fascinated. There is soft-play fun bus on the grounds, keeping the children entertained for hours.

Surf & Turf Weekender (2nd - 4th August 2024)

Anglesey

A culinary lead three-day mini festival on the Rhoscolyn headland this is a must-visit if you are in the area.

Penmon Dovecot

Beaumaris

A fascinating building that housed up to 1,000 dove nests. It was built in 1600, probably by Sir Richard Bulkeley.

Halen Mon

Anglesey

Halen Mon (Anglesey Sea Salt Company) is famous for delicious Welsh sea salt, and now you can see the process for yourself! Led by a trained guide, Halen Mon tours…

Plas Newydd Garden

Anglesey

Experience the enchanting Plas Newydd House and Garden, plus spectacular views of Snowdonia. The Grade I listed gardens are home to an Australasian Arboretum, a Rhododendron Garden, and gorgeous terraces.

Lligwy Burial Chamber

Anglesey

Lligwy Burial Chamber is a Neolithic burial chamber in Lligwy near Moelfre. The capstone weighs 25 Tons!

Zip world Penrhyn Quarry

Snowdonia

Zip World Penrhyn Quarry is home to the fastest zip line in the world and the longest in Europe. Set in Penrhyn Slate Quarry this is a must visit.

B-Active Coasteering

Anglesey

Take on Trearddur Bay’s craggy coast and try out wild swimming with coasteering courses from B-Active Rhoscolyn.

Menai Strait Cruise

Snowdonia

Sit back and relax as you cruise the Menai Strait with expert commentary. Menai Strait Cruises provide daily boat trips with breathtaking views of Snowdonia, Anglesey, Llanddwyn Island, and Caernarfon…

RNLI - Beaumaris Lifeboat Station

With over 100 years of history and 12 awards for bravery, the Beaumaris Lifeboat Station is a top place to visit on the Welsh coast.

Mezze 40

Rhosneigr

Prepare to embark on a culinary journey that will whisk you across continents, introducing you to diverse recipes and unforgettable tastes.

Traeth Bychan Shop-Cafe-Pizzeria

Anglesey

Traeth Bychan Shop-Cafe-Pizzeria offers a versatile dining experience, where visitors can enjoy a combination of freshly prepared meals, convenient shopping, and mouth-watering pizza.

The Big Rock Cafe

Snowdonia

The micro bakery is a hidden gem waiting to be discovered. Every day, they freshly bake a variety of breads to enjoy on your holiday.

RNLI - Treaddur Bay Lifeboat Station

Anglesey

Located in Trearddur Bay, the RNLI Lifeboat Station covers 20 miles of the rugged Anglesey coastline. Learn where and how they work with a trip to this station.

Barmouth Beach

Snowdonia

Set against the bustling Harbour town of Barmouth, this vast beach is perfect for planting the deckchairs, setting up camp and enjoying a quintessential seaside ice cream.

Zip world Llechwedd

Snowdonia

Zip World Llechwedd is home to over and underground adventure activities to ensure you can have fun whatever the weather. 

Bespoke Guided Walking Experiences

Louise Tully is a mountaineering instructor in North Wales and has over twenty years experience guiding in the UK and overseas. Louise Tully is a mountaineering instructor in North Wales…

Sage

Anglesey

Sage Kitchen launched in 2020 as a group of friends joined to create a restaurant they loved to hang out in. So, expect a friendly vibe and top quality food.

Sosban and the Old Butchers

Anglesey

The only Michelin stared restaurant on Anglesey. The team craft a series of dishes using the finest locally sourced ingredients, ensuring each visit is a culinary adventure like no other.

The Nest Pop Up @ The Boathose (6th - 24th Aug 2024)

Anglesey

Without a doubt, this is a dining opportunity you should not miss! An Anglesey boy brings his London Michelin Starred Restaurant to Anglesey

Phoenix Watersports

Trearddur Bay

 Take a peek under the sea with scuba diving lessons from Phoenix Watersports.

Sarisa Indian Kitchen

Anglesey

A lovely hidden Indian restaurant in the heart of Beaumaris, where they take great care to prepare all their dishes with the finest ingredients and authentic blend of spices.

Sheep & Leeks

Snowdonia

Sheep and Leek Restaurant in Caernarfon isn’t just about finding a pea on your plate; it’s all about proper fine dining.

Copper Kingdom

Anglesey

Once the largest Copper Mine in the World in the 18th Century. Amlwch was close by, and the port became the largest copper exporter.

Bukley Arms

Menai Bridge

A traditional local pub with a great atmosphere in the heart of Menai Bridge. With several TV’s throughout it is a great spot to watch live sport.

Bonkerz Fun Centre

Conwy

This is a favourite for tots and younger children, with themed areas, an on-site cafe, and parent and toddler packages.

Porth Neigwl (Hells Mouth)

Llyn Peninsula

A pebbled beach at high tide and a sandy beach at low tide. Favoured by surfers, this spot is usually quiet and great for quiet moments and dog walks.

Abersoch Regatta (10th-26th July 2024)

Llyn Peninsula

SCYC has a reputation as one of the premier dinghy racing venues in the country and hosts several major events every year.

Slateman Triathlon (9th June 2024)

Snowdonia

Listed amongst the world’s best Triathlons. The race starts in Llanberis, runs by Llyn Padarn, and goes over Dinorwic Quarry. The views are downright spectacular.

Menai Heritage

Menai Bridge

A museum within the Thomas Telford Centre,  Mona Road, Menai Bridge. Inside, you’ll find a Bridge exhibition and an active community centre. 

Fun Sport

Anglesey

Kitesuring, wingfoiling, surfing and windsufing lessons all under one roof. This is the place to visit if you want to learn a new water based activity.

Dolbadarn Castle

Snowdonia

Built in the late 12th Century. Native-built Dolbadarn Castle was, it is said, a vital link in the defence of the ancient kingdom of Gwynedd.

Dylans -Conwy

Conwy

Four standout restaurants, offering up delicious local fare and fresh seafood in the picturesque coastal locales of Menai Bridge, Criccieth, Llandudno, and Conwy in North Wales.

Llanfair Slate Caverns

Snowdonia

The Llanfair Slate Caverns are man-made caverns based in Llanfair, Gwynedd. Get ready for an atmospheric self-guided tour deep underground!

Plas Mawr

Conwy

Robert Wynn, the third son of a local landowner as a fabulously wealthy merchant, bought the house in Conwy and turned it into a celebration of his lifetime and wealth.

Bardsey Lighthouse

Llyn Peninsula

Built by Trinity House in 1821 on the southern tip of Bardsey Island—Ynys Enlli. The Island is 2 miles long and half a mile wide. 

Beau's Tea Rooms

Anglesey

A delightful tea shop nestled in the heart of Beaumaris, offering a delectable array of cakes and other scrumptious treats.

The Vaynol

Abersoch

The Vaynol is a seaside pub with something for everyone. The bar has a great selection, and there is also a traditional ice cream parlour..

Plas Menai - Paddleboarding

Y Felinheli

Learn the basics of stand-up paddleboarding with the experts at Plas Menai. This Bangor-based adventure complex is here to show you how to navigate the water with ease.

Storws Wen Golf Club

Benllech

With panoramic Snowdonia views, a parkland course, and an on-site golf club, all golfers will enjoy Storws Wen. 

Canolfan Tryweryn – National White Water Centre

Snowdonia

The Canolfan Tryweyn (National White Water Rafting Centre) is located in Snowdonia and offers the thrill of class 3 to 4 whitewater rapids.

Cadwaladers 

Llyn Peninsula

Famous for its ice cream and desserts, Cadwaladers is a must-visit for those with a sweet tooth, offering a wide range of indulgent treats.

Western Flyer - Sea Fishing

Snowdonia

Based in Harlech, you can book fishing trips and cruises on a professional boat with knowledgeable locals. All ages and experience levels are welcome!

Y Bryncynan

Nefyn

Indulge at the Y Bryncynan, where you can unwind in their welcoming beer garden, with accommodation for your furry friends.

Porth Swtan/Church Bay

Anglesey

Located on the northwest coast of Anglesey, Porth Swtan/Church Bay provides rugged cliffs, sandy expanses, and dramatic seascape views.

Adventure Activities Wales Coasteering

Snowdonia

Adventure Activities Wales is an affiliated member of the National Coasteering Charter and is ready to show you the ropes.

Menai Food Festival (3rd & 4th August 2024)

Anglesey

A gathering of food and drink producers, both local and from further afield. International street food, music, and more takes over Menai Bridge.

RSPB Valley Wetlands

Anglesey

Grab your wellies to adventure through these peaceful wetlands. With each step, you’ll notice new habitats and sounds.

Llanberis Bike Hire

Llanberis

Zip around Llanberis with high-quality bike hire from the Llanberis Bike Hire team. You can see Snowdon on your terms with full-day, half-day and evening bike hire.

Nefyn Beach

Llyn Peninsula

Nefyn Beach provides gorgeous views of Yr Eifl. As a mainly sandy beach, it’s popular with dog walkers and family visitors, with Ty Coch Inn at the end.

Machroes Beach

Llyn Peninsula

Machroes Beach is near the Abersoch golf course and joins Abersoch Beach at its end. This sandy spot offers many watersports and is a popular coastal walk.

Tir a Mor

Criccieth

Tir a Mor Café offers tasty food and drinks in a relaxed seaside setting. Their chocolate eclairs are very yummy!

The Cottage loaf

Conwy

The Cottage Loaf in Llandudno is a stylish and inviting pub renowned for its warm atmosphere. It is a favourite spot for locals and visitors alike.

Bodowyr Burial Chamber

Anglesey

This has never been excavated but is characteristic of the Neolithic Period as nearby Bryn Celli Ddu. Lay by parking and fine views of Snowdonia.

Paddleboarding - Barmouth

Barmouth

Paddle Boarding in Snowdonia is unbeatable, especially with a qualified team of enthusiasts by your side!

South Stack Light House

Anglesey

A walk down the steps to the bridge, crossing over the bridge, and then climbing to the top of the Lighthouse. Organised walks from the kiosk in the RSPB Carpark.

Big Beach

Anglesey

With Precambrian geology and Afon Wygyr river views, Big Beach (Traeth Mawr) is ideal for a spectacular day on the Angelsey coast.

Dinorwic Slate Quarry

Snowdonia

Uncover Welsh history with the Dinorwic Slate Quarry between Llanberis and Dinorwig. Home to the Welsh National Slate Museum, this is a great day out for all ages.

Penmon Quarries

Anglesey

There are many disused quarries at Penmon – some of the stone was cut and polished, known as Penmon Marble. Penmon stone was used to build the Liver Building.

Mercado

Beaumaris

Butchers and Bocata, a brand of The Midland tapas bar selling delicious meats, British and continental groceries and an array of wines.

Blue Bell Café

Conwy

Blue Bell Café in Conwy offers a relaxed dining experience with a menu featuring delicious dishes from locally sourced ingredients.

Glaslyn Artisan Ice Cream & Pizza

Snowdonia

Every pizza is freshly made to order, with hand-stretched dough. Similarly, their ice creams are created daily on-site using a traditional Italian method.

Coach At The Bull

Anglesey

Discover Coach at The Bull, a stylish eatery serving a laid-back brasserie menu in a fashionable setting.

B-Active Guided walks

Anglesey

Want to see the coastline from dry land? B-Active Rhoscolyn’s guided walks provide a beautiful and ‘local’ take on the area.

Mojos

Rhosneigr

Famous for their crêpes and galettes, their menu offers food inspired from near and far. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, enjoy a warm welcome.

Bangor Cathedral

Snowdonia

The oldest Cathedral foundation in Britain, St Deiniol’s Cathedral was founded around 525 AD.

The Benllech

Anglesey

A landmark pub serving traditional food and a great range of cask ales. The Benllech is a lively sports pub with games such as darts and pool.

RNLI - Holyhead Lifeboat Station

Anglesey

One of the three oldest RNLI stations on the Welsh coast, the Holyhead Lifeboat Station is packed with history and bravery.

Trefriw Woollen Mills

Conwy

Explore and shop traditional Welsh tapestries, bedspreads, tweeds, and travel rugs woven on-site by experts.

Anglesey Arms

Anglesey

Guests can savour fresh seasonal fare and authentic ale while admiring the garden’s vista overlooking the scenic Menai Strait.

Welsh Highland Railway - (Beddgelert, Station) -

Snowdonia

The Beddgelert Station of the Welsh Highland Railway is surrounded by outstanding nature, glorious Snowdonia views, and a heritage railway ambience. A must-see for all visitors.

Finneys

Anglesey

Finneys is a popular choice among locals and visitors if you’re craving fish and chips. They serve freshly prepared fish and chips with generous portions.

Foil Ride Experience

Foiling is the newest sport to take the world by storm because it’s like flying on top ofthe water! If you are renting an Oyster cottage close to the beach…

White Eagle

Anglesey

A place for great food with beautiful views.The White Eagle has become a famous Anglesey landmark enjoyed by locals and tourists alike.

Prince Llewelyn Hotel

Snowdonia

Gallt Y Glyn (Pizza & Pint)

Snowdonia

Indulge in delicious comfort food at our Pizza and Pint restaurant in Llanberis! You will find an inviting and relaxed atmosphere for a satisfying dining experience. This is one of…

Fishermans Chip Shop

Conwy

It is a quintessential seaside eatery, serving mouthwatering fish and chips made with locally sourced, fresh ingredients.

Chaplins Ice Cream and Coffee

Rhosneigr

With a huge choice of ice cream flavours along side, sorbets, Mr Whippy and milk shakes you are spoilt for choice.

RSPB Ynys Lawd / South Stack

Anglesey

The RSPB Anglesey South Stack Cliffs Nature Reserve is perfect for seabird watching.

The Creel Fish & Chip shop

Snowdonia

The Creel is a traditional, family-run Fish and Chip shop situated in the heart of Porthmadog High Street.

Plas yn Rhiw

Llyn Peninsula

This delightful Tudor/Georgian manor house with splendid gardens and wonderful views was rescued from neglect by the 3 Keating Sisters, who bought it in 1938.

Capel Garmon Burial Chamber

Snowdonia

Tombs of this type belong to a grouping called the Cotswold-Severn, after the area where they are generally found, so one this far North remains a mystery.

Tŷ Mawr Hut Circles

Anglesey

You will find the hut group, which still has hearths and stone furniture benches and basins. They are just a short walk from South Stack Lighthouse car park.

Zip World Conwy

Conwy

Bad weather? No stress. Zip World Conwy provides endless indoor adventures, including extreme stunt jumping, obstacle courses, soft play and climbing.

Plas Menai - Windsurfing

Snowdonia

 Prepare to see the thrilling side of the North Wales coastline with windsurfing lessons from Plas Menai. 

Blade of the Giants

Snowdonia

A 20ft high steel sword Sculpture was erected in 2017  by Llyn Padarn in honour of the Welsh Princes.

Red Boat Ice Cream Parlour

Anglesey

The Red Boat Ice Cream Parlour is honestly the best ice cream on Anglesey, and with a charming seaside ambience this is not to be missed.

Crabbing

Beaumaris

Experience some classic seaside fun by crabbing at Beaumaris Pier. All you need is a bucket, a line, and some tasty bait!

Jolly’s coffee house

Anglesey

Charming coffee shop at the heart of Beaumaris. Indulge in delightful cakes and treats, with an irresistible selection that makes choosing a real challenge!

Purple Moose Brewery

Porthmadog

Located in the harbour town of Porthmadog, the Purple Moose Brewery is a 40–barrel miro-brewery ready to show you the best beers around.

Abersoch Watersports - Paddleboarding

Llyn Peninsula

Whether you’re curious about a stand-up paddleboarding sunrise tour or want a beginner’s lesson, you’re in good hands.

Chish N Fips

Conwy

Chish N Fips delights locals and visitors both with its crispy golden batter and perfectly cooked fish, offering a taste of traditional seaside fare in the heart of this charming…

Tavern On The Bay

Anglesey

Set by the waters of Red Wharf Bay, the Tavern on the Bay serves delicious food and stunning views, making it the perfect spot for a relaxed meal by the…

Georgio's Ice Cream

Snowdonia

Their ice cream is crafted using fresh whole milk and cream sourced from a local dairy, ensuring the highest quality.

Plas Menai - Adventure Camps

Caernarfon

Plas Menai Adventure Camps are a must if you want to rekindle your connection with the great outdoors.

Coxswain Richard “Dic” Evans

Anglesey

Born in Moelfre. During 50 years of service as a Lifeboatman, he was involved in 179 launches and saved 281 lives. A truly remarkable man.

Tonnau Tropical Garden Festival (5th-7th July 2024)

Anglesey

Three days of camping food, arts and music from around the world in a beautiful setting on The Carreglwyd Estate.

Seacroft

Trearddur Bay

Whether you’re a seafood lover or prefer things from the grill, their pub menu offers only the freshest produce delightfully served.

Neptune

Anglesey

Neptune Fish and Chips serves up delicious, freshly caught fish with crispy fries, making it a favourite spot for classic seaside fish and chip takeaway in town.

Penrhyn Castle and Garden

Snowdonia

This neo-Norman fantasy castle has a walled garden, acres of pristine parkland, and luxurious interiors. Educational fun for all ages!

Spice Island

Menai Bridge

Far from your typical Indian takeout, expect a diverse array of traditional Indian dishes, street food delights, and tantalising tandoori specialities. 

Beaumaris Paddling pool

Anglesey

Want to cool off on a hot summer day? Visit the Beaumaris Paddling Pool with your little ones for some outdoor fun. 

Dinas Dinlle

Snowdonia

Dinas Dinlle is a large beach that’s well-worth visiting for beautiful views. With natural pebble banks, nearby cafes, and free parking.

Din Lligwy

Anglesey

This fascinating ancient village features the remains of two round huts and several buildings encircled by a stone wall 5ft thick.

Cwrw Llŷn

Llyn Peninsula

With vibrant ales and malty bitters, this craft beer brewery is a must-visit for anyone who wants a unique refreshment brewed in the local area. 

Cariad Gelato - Porthmadoc