Top 5 great days out and around Hafan y Mor.
Conwy Castle - is a magnificent castle steeped in Welsh heritage. Described as the ‘most magnificent medieval fortresses in Europe’ this castle is highly recommended. Due to being newly refurbished, members of the public can now walk around the entire battlements of Conwy Castle. Conwy Castle played an important part in multiple wars, including Madog ap Llywelyn, and was a temporary haven for King Richard II in 1399. The castle is full of rich and interesting history just waiting to be explored. During your visit you’ll be given an information booklet and be sent on your way. You can explore the castle at your own pace. We recommend packing a picnic and sitting on the castle grounds at lunch time – the views are spectacular!
Please note: Accessibility to the location is limited with lots of uneven surfaces. People with mobility issues may struggle. Accessible toilets are available onsite. Dog restrictions apply but guide dogs are exempt.
Welsh Highland Railways - experience the beautiful Welsh countryside from a vintage highland steam train. The best part? You have a range of options to choose from! We suggest seeing Caernarfon. Make the most of your trip by booking a picnic hamper service which is freshly prepared with local produce. A click and collect service means that you can eat while you sightsee!
Ticket prices will vary depending on your choice of experience. You must first purchase a rail compartment or seating bay on the train in order to travel. Dogs are allowed for a charge. Part-line experiences are limited per week. Please note that this is subject to government restrictions and guidelines. Please check out their website before booking your tickets.
Morfa Bychan - Black Rock Sands - this stunning beach is located near Morfa Bychan and can be enjoyed all year round. Don’t be fooled by the name, this beach is far from dark. This beautiful sandy beach is named after the west side of the beach, which is full of rock pools, caves, and headland rock.
Access to the beach is easy and flat. There is disabled access and public transport nearby. Unlike other beaches here you can park on the beach and enjoy picnics from your car. There are nearby public toilets which include a disabled facility. This location is the perfect opportunity to pack up a tasty picnic, grab buckets and spades and have a fun-filled afternoon out. There are no lifeguards covering this area beach and dog restrictions may apply throughout the year.
Snowdonia Adventure Activities - experience a great day out in Snowdonia. Crammed full of exciting and thrilling activities this is a perfect day out for the family. General fitness requirements are needed for this fun filled day out and you’ll be guided and trained throughout the day. Are you up for the challenge? Book either, Canyoning, Rock Climbing, Kayaking, Mountain Biking and so much more! Please note that this is subject to government restrictions and guidelines. You may need to pre-book your tickets. Please check out their website before booking your tickets.
Portmeirion - experience a great day out in Wales at Portmeirion. Famously named as one of the places to fall in love, this picturesque tourist village is located just outside of Snowdonia’s National Park. You’ll be transported to a colourful Italian style village with lots to offer including authentic Italian style pizza and gelato. Please make sure you book a place before visiting. Payment to enter this location is required. Access to the village is limited as there are lots of steep hills and uneven surfaces. People with mobility issues may struggle. There are nearby public toilets which include a disabled facility. Dog restrictions apply throughout the year.