Close to the beginning of the Minffordd path to the summit of Cadair Idris is the Cadair Idris Visitor Centre, housing an exhibition showcasing the wildlife, geology and legends of Cadair Idris National Nature Reserve, and the Cadair Tea Room is c
Pant Du Vineyard and Orchard is situated on the stunning slopes of the Nantlle Valley, Snowdonia, North Wales. The vineyard and orchard has been planted on the south facing glacial slopes of the valley, at the foothills of Snowdon.
Formal terraces, a water garden and pond are located in the higher parts of these gardens, together with sloping lawns, ornamental shrubs and coniferous trees, some of which were planted in Victorian times.
South Caernarvonshire Yacht Club (SCYC) is perched on the headland next to Abersoch main beach and offers stunning views of St Tudwal’s islands, Cardigan Bay and Snowdonia from the Club bar and renowned Cove restaurant.
A remarkable underground experience. Abandoned in 1903 but now reopened to visitors, Sygun tells the story of Victorian miners. Nowadays, it’s hard to believe that such gritty industrial heritage exists amongst so much natural beauty.