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Brynteg in Caernarfon, Gwynedd. Brynteg is fantastic for an active holiday; the park boasts a long list of sports and activities to keep the whole family busy, from swimming, archery, climbing and trampolining to fishing, tennis and ten pin bowling and much more besides. * Hot tubs * Activity programme* Leisure facilities
Rivers Nest in Bala, Gwynedd. The area to the east of Snowdonia, bordering the English county of Shropshire, is one of Wales' best kept secrets. Wonderful countryside, wooded hills, tranquil valleys and the Berwyn Mountains offer tremendous scope for walking, cycling, climbing and birdwatching, and a fantastic base in this area is the village of Llangynog. Llangynog has two pubs which serve food, and is within easy reach of both Bala, with its famous lake and waterports facilities, and Lake Vyrnwy, a renowned beauty spot with the added bonus of good fishing. Mid and north Wales, and the rolling Shropshire countryside are all within an easy drive.
Sun View Lodges in Llanbedr, Gwynedd. Set in The Snowdonia National Park and just a mile from a beautiful beach these newly built lodges offer spacious and contemporary interiors and their own blissful hot tubs a perfect location for family holidays at any time of year. Located in an exclusive lodge park it is 5 miles from Harlech with its magnificent castle and championship golf course and 8 miles from Barmouth's pretty harbour. Great walking and cycling locally. Shops and pub serving food 200 yards.
Ogwen Bank Country Park in Bangor, Gwynedd. Your whole family will be captivated by the 12 acres of natural woodland at Ogwen Bank. Situated in the Nant Ffrancon Valley in the foothills of Snowdonia, where rabbits play freely on your doorstep. This is an area of outstanding natural beauty.
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