Snowdonia

Surround yourself with seemingly never-ending hiking trails and wildlife of all shapes and sizes.

Open Up The Possibilities

Snowdonia National Park is known for Snowdon, the highest mountain in Wales and one of the highest in the UK. With breath-taking scenery, vast array of activities and the famous mountain itself, Snowdonia has something for all types of staycations.

Merthyr Farm

An ideal location that is both family and pet friendly. Near Harlech and the sea for the historian or beach goer whilst also overlooked by hills and mountains for hikers new and old.

  • Harlech Castle. A world heritage medieval castle brimming with history of rebellion and siege by the sea.
  • Ffestiniog narrow gauge railway. Enjoy the scenery in a relaxed fashion as a traditional steam train takes you across the highlands without the hike.
  • Morfa Harlech National Nature Reserve. For a unique piece of the natural world, see one of the few expanding dune systems in the UK

 

Nantcol Waterfalls Campsite

A campsite truly shaped by its environment. Have the constant soothing nature of the free-flowing river ease your stay.

  • Nantcol Waterfalls. The namesake of the campsite. Remove yourself from the world with forested walking routes created by the rivers themselves for a true nature lovers dream right on the doorstep of your camp amongst mature woodland couldn’t be more as nature intended.
  • Rhinog For the more experienced hiker, RhinogFawr offers a moderate to hard challenge and is with in a few miles of the campsite
  • Shell Island. For those looking for a variety of beach and water activities, Shell Island offers a myriad of opportunities from Boating, Crabbing, Fishing and more relaxed sunbathing

 

Rynys Farm Camping Site

On the north eastern side of Snowdonia, you’ll find this peaceful getaway looking out across the Machno valley.

  • Machno Falls. for some stress-free scenic walks to make the world seem far away, follow the Conwy River and with the 50-foot Machno Falls at the end of the walk.
  • Capel Garmonfor some truly ancient history visit the Neolithic burial chamber
  • Fairy Falls. This series of falls can provide a nice break without having to travel off the beaten track running straight through the village of Trefriw known for its woollen mills which were powered by the river itself.

Get Ready To Explore

Snowdonia is filled with hills, valleys and mountains of varying ease or challenge.

So, wherever you choose to stay, with 827 square miles of countryside you are guaranteed to be only a short distance from all kinds of walks, hiking and climbing opportunities. With luck you’ll have ample chances to spot the varied wildlife Snowdonia’s conservation efforts from rare birds, mammals and beetles.

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