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Things To Do In north Wales


Last year’s I’m A Celebrity was filmed at nearby Gwrych Castle but we were a great place to visit way before Ant, Dec and the celebs arrived!

There’s lots of things to do in North Wales. Known as the Adventure capital of Europe, its attractions, activities and watersports are fast becoming world-renowned. We have railways, beaches, zoos and aquariums, castles and forts, museums and galleries, famous landmarks, parks and gardens.

With all this to see and do, you might want to stay for a short break. With a diverse array of accommodation to choose from you will find something to suit your taste and budget. From luxury hotels, authentic local pubs, and self-catering gems to camping under the stars, or glamping for those who prefer a more luxurious form of camping.

Other Adventures to Discover


For a small place, North Wales has a big list of places to stay, things to see and do with the best outdoor adventure activities in the world. Your options are endless but here are just a few ideas to add to your itinerary along with a visit to Llyn Brenig.

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For a thrilling adventure, head to Velocity Zip World at Penrhyn Quarry, Bethesda. Get the tunes on, set the sat nav for LL57 4YG and you’ll be there within the hour to whizz down the longest, and fastest zip wires. Bounce Below has underground trampolines, and Surf Snowdonia has an artificial surfing lagoon too.

Visit ‘I’m A Celebrity’

Gwrych Castle is under 20 miles away from Llyn Brenig. Local history claims that the first castle at Gwrych was built by the Normans in the 12th century. The castle is a Grade 1 listed building, set in a wooded hillside over looking the Irish Sea. Explore the grounds and book onto a ghost hunt if you dare.

Eat & Drink

A stones throw away from the sea and the stunning beach of Porth Eirias, lies Bryn Williams’ award winning bistro. The menu is full of Welsh produce that have been produced as local as possible. This big open space with its easy, informal mood has an open kitchen where Bryn’s team of chefs turn simple, local, seasonal ingredients into extraordinary bistro-style food; something for everyone’s taste!

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