There are a number of local attractions in the North Wales area, some close to the B&B and some a short car journey away. The Welsh country side is beautiful and well worth exploring. Below is a list of locations that we think worth knowing about while staying at Cae Mor. North Wales is full of beautiful scenery and it’s not hard to find a nice area to visit.
Don’t forget to visit the town you’re staying in! Llandudno can be a very lively place on the weekend, it is home to a shopping centre, retail parks, many pubs, restaurants and cafés, as well as having an active coast line with a popular pier. You can view it all if you take a tram up the Great Orme. Llandudno is an extremely popular tourist location and the Cae Mor will cater to your needs so you can enjoy every bit of it.
Maesdu Golf Club
Maesdu Golf Club has it all: a Championship quality course, a hundred years of Club history, stunning scenery, and the warmest of welcomes on the course and in the Clubhouse.
The Great Orme is a must visit if you’re staying in Llandudno. There is a tram that leads to the summit which is home to some spectacular views of the local area, coast, Snowdonia and more. There is also a nice café at the top.
Llandudno Pier can be found in the welsh town of Llandudno on the north wales coastline. It’s location in a natural coastal bay made it geographically ideal as a purpose-built Victorian seaside town for Victorian families to holiday and visit. The Pier has many different attractions on it, including a small fair and an amusement arcade.
Llandudno is a nice day out for all of the family.
The Superbowl is easy to get to and a fun location for all the family! It’s open 7 days a week until 11pm making it an ideal place to go in the evenings.
West Shore Llandudno
West Shore is a quiet beach in Llandudno, on the opposite side of town. The beach faces towards Snowdonia and has some spectacular views. The beach has some excellent facilities including a nice cafe. It’s an ideal location for a trip out for families and a great place to have a picnic. The coast features a Model Boating Pool, which is also home to many Swans and other birds.
Conwy is an amazing town, surround by Castle walls for over 700 years. The castle was built by Edward I between 1283 and 1289 to contain the Welsh. Access to the castle is cheap and it has some brilliant views. The town is full of small shops and is a lovely place to visit, you can even walk all the way around the castle walls.
Welsh Mountain Zoo
The Welsh Mountain Zoo is great for a family day out. It is located above Colwyn Bay and has some beautiful views of the local area. The Zoo is a great place to walk around and has some amazing animals and features throughout the day, like the Penguin Parade.
One of the most beautiful gardens in North Wales, covering 80 acres. Cheap entry and a great place to walk and relax. Full of unique flowers from all over the world, and lots of garden wildlife, Bodnant Garden is a great place for gardeners, artists, photographers and family days out. The Garden also includes some nice little shops and a place to get food and drink.
Bodnant Garden is open every day until November when it closes for the winter.
Harlech Castle is at one with the surrounding area, it has been built to take advantage of the areas natural terrain. Harlech, a combination of magnificent medieval architecture and breathtaking location, is an unmissable castle, a fact reinforced by its status as a World Heritage Inscribed site.
Portmeirion is a private village in North Wales that was created by Sir Clough Williams-Ellis, using a combination of rescued architectural follies and specially designed buildings which provide a fascinating mix of architectural styles. It is open for day visits and daily/weekly stays in either hotel serviced or self-catering accommodations.
Snowdonia is one of the main attractions that bring so many tourists in to Wales. It is home to Snowdon, the highest mountain in England and Wales. The peak of the mountain gives visitors some of the best views in Britain.
Snowdon is definitely worth venturing into if you’re staying at Cae Mor – it’s a great location for walkers and people who want to see some undisturbed natural beauty.
Located between Betws-Y-Coed and Capel Curig, Swallow Falls is a spectacular series of waterfalls within the Snowdonia.
It is one of the most visited area in the national park and worth having a look if you are in the area.