Trwyn yr wylfa Camping site is a great location for exploring Snowdonia National Park and attractions that North Wales has to offer the coast, countryside or enjoy fabulous views by walking direct from our campsite and along the North Wales Coastal path. Great location within easy access of the A55 , 5 min drive from Conwy and only 15 min drive from Anglesey. Arriva buses run every 10 min to Bangor and Conwy (bus stop within 400 yards)
Nested in the heart of the Snowdonia National Park is the beautiful village
of Dwygyfychi with village pubs, shops,church and beautiful NorthWales coastal path enjoyed direct from site.
Places to eat within walking distance
The Gladstone -
Fairy Glen Hotel -
Village Bistro -
Various Take away places within Penmaenmawr
Is a former quarry town with various shops and resturants. The beach was recently awarded the prestigious Blue Flag; it is but a short walk to the hinterland, less than a mile or so from the town centre finds you within the Snowdonia National Park standing at the foothills of Snowdonia.
Penmaenmawr Beach: The sands of Penmaenmawr beach stretch some four miles from the Penmaen-mawr headland in the west to the Penmaen-bach headland in the east. The recently modernised promenade is the showpiece of this clean, well-maintained beach. It has many attractive features, with its landscaped terraces, flower borders and grassed areas. There is a cafe, and an outdoor paddling pool and play area, making the promenade a pleasant location for a family day out.
North Wales Coastal Path: For walkers and ramblers the footpaths in the uplands of Penmaenmawr (including the North Wales Coastal Path) are the gateway to many beautiful areas of Snowdonia National Park .
Head east through the Sychnant Pass to the Conwy Valley, west to Llanfairfechan and the Aber Valley, or follow the trails south to the Roman Road and the foothills of Snowdonia.
Penmaenmawr Sailing Club: For the more adventurous the local sailing club offers sailing, windsurfing, and canoeing and the seafront is renowned for its magnificent views of both Llandudno's Great Orme and the Menai Straits.
Penmaenmawr Golf Club: Playing a round of golf at Penmaenmawr Golf Club. The course offers fine views of the Great Orme in the east and the Isle of Anglesey in the west. www.pengolf.co.uk
Fishing in Penmaenmawr: The Graiglwyd Springs Trout Fishery is located on the hillside above Penmaenmawr. The fishery has gained a national reputation for excellence in fly-fishing and is open throughout the year.
Mountain Bike Trails: There are many trails in the Penmaenmawr hinterland, ideal for considerate Mountain Bikers. Cycle path along the shoreline is easy accessable.
A walled market town with many visitors attractions – Conwy Castle, Aberconwy House, The smallest House in Great Britain, Conwy Marina and Conwy Golf Club.
Seaside resort with beautiful Victorian promenade, beach, ski centre, swimming pool, golf courses and Great Orme tram and cable cars.
Betws y Coed
Few miles is the village of Betws y Coed.
The wonderful Gardens world famous noted for botanical collections.
Great location for those wanting to experience the adventure sports -
Surf Snowdonia- watch surfers in cafe, bar and soft play area or have a go yourself at surfing is a very popular attraction that opened in 2014 and only 15 minutes drive from Trwyn yr Wylfa.
Zip world - Experience the nearest thing to flying -
Go Below-Underground adventures for the whole family
Summit of Snowdon -Enjoy a train ride to the summit of Snowdon
Welsh Mountain Zoo - Explore the wonderful animals a great family day out
Greenwood Forest Park - A great day out for the whole family
Pili Palas Nature World - visit beautiful butterflies and interesting creatures.
Anglesey Sea Zoo- Explore a splashing day out! whatever the weather
View from Trwyn yr Wylfa
View from North Wales coastal path
Penrhyn Castle, Bangor
Fairy Glen village pub
Menai Bridge Anglesey
Trwyn yr wylfa
Conwy smallest house
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