If you visit Conwy, you must seek out this tiny little cottage which is listed in the Guinness Book of Records as the smallest in the UK.
The Dingle is a stunning, dog friendly walk you can enjoy, easy to find, easy to park the car, easy to lose an afternoon!
Visit the Moelfre LIfeboat Centre to see what fabulous work the volunteers to, and to find out why it has been awarded 37 medals for gallantry!
The South Stack Cliffs Reserve offers the most incredible scenery, an amazing mix of birds you can observe in their natural habitat, and some stunning walks!
An interesting little piece of history rather conveniently located on the road to the stunning Penmon Point beach with lighthouse. If you are walking to the beach, why not?
When visiting the Victorian town of Llandudno, you simply must include a trip to the top of the Great Orme in your plans! By tram, by foot or by bus, it has to be on your tick list….
You don’t have to be interested in diving to appreciate the stunning location and history in this now unused quarry pool which just happens to be on the edge of so many beautiful signposted walks. The echos bouncing off the slate quarry walls is quite unnerving & the natural lighting is ethereal.
Call into the Roman Ruins in Caernarfon to see the foundations of this Roman Fort…..
This fabulous waterfall can be seen both from underneath and from on top, whichever takes your fancy & is Just ten minutes stroll from Llanberis. Along quiet lanes & woodland tracks, it is a lovely stroll for all the family and the cold, fresh water makes for the perfect drink along the way for the dogs.
In the centre of the pretty village that is Beddgelert, Gelert’s Grave is probably the best known feature. According to legend, Gelert is the resting place of Gelert, the faithful hound of Prince Llewelyn The Great. The story goes, that the Prince went hunting one day without Gelert and returned home to find him covered […]