Located on the Llyn peninsula, offering direct access to the golden sands, and a panoramic vista of the coast and mountains of Snowdonia, Hafan y Môr has a wide range of all-weather attractions on site and within the local area, you’ll never grow tired of the views or things to do.
There’s a packed entertainment schedule with daytime shows for children & evening shows for adults both featuring Live Acts. If you need a break, Kids’ clubs will keep your children happy and safe – from morning till night.
There are great eating options: The Mash & Barrel Bar & Bistro, Fish & Chips, Burger King, Papa John’s and more.
Fantastic walks, amazing scenery and the highest peak in Wales are all on the doorstep. There are 500 acres of naturally beautiful space close by, not to mention the amazing (and often deserted) beaches here on the Llyn Peninsula.
A large stretch of conservation, sandy beach with fantastic views to Cardigan Bay, you may even spot the bottlenose dolphins that swim close by.
A native Welsh castle situated on the headland between two beaches in Criccieth, on a rocky peninsula overlooking Tremadog Bay. Built by Llywelyn the Great of the kingdom of Gwynedd but heavily modified by English forces in the late 13th century.
Dwyfor Rabbit Farm & Animal Park
Situated in the beautiful village of Llanystumdwy the farm welcomes visitors to interact with a wide range of animals including rare breeds. The Farm is family run and promotes a host of family fun.
The castle overlooks the River Seiont and Menai Strait and looks today much as it would have when building was completed in 1330.
Ffestiniog Welsh Highland Railways
From the harbour at Porthmadog and the backdrop of Caernarfon Castle, to the slate quarries of Blaenau Ffestiniog, these powerful trains make for a wonderful journey. See the sights from the comfort of a carriage, climbing more than 700 feet from the sea to the peaks of Snowdon.
Snowdonia National Park
Majestic Snowdon dominates the glorious, ancient landscape of North Wales. Rugged highland and beautiful valleys epitomising the outstanding Welsh national heritage.