The toughest thing to do in Llandudno and Conwy County is to fit everything in to an Autumn staycation! We've picked out snippets from our new pocket guide!

Mynydd Sleddog Adventures

Wales first and only sled dog attraction offers amazing opportunities for individuals, families and groups to enjoy their very own sled dog adventure through winding, frost bitten undulating trails, surrounded by vast forest.

Go Below, Near Betws-y-Coed 

Go Below Underground Adventure is the ultimate dramatic subterranean experience. In former mines deep beneath Snowdonia you’ll discover a world of deep blue lakes, zip wires, bridges, ladders and abseils. It’s an assault course like no other.

Wales Coast Path

Celebrating its 10th anniversary in 2022, there’s never a bad time to dip into our section of the legendary Wales Coast Path. It stretches almost 35 miles between Kinmel Bay and Llanfairfechan, so you’ll have plenty of waterfront walking to choose from.

Dolwyddelan Castle

It may be smaller than Conwy, but Dolwyddelan Castle is still a rock star. Built by Llywelyn the Great (13th-century Prince of Gwynedd and de facto ruler of most of Wales), its setting on a rocky ridge amid the peaks of Snowdonia has drama to spare.

Can be viewed externally all year round.

Llandudno Museum and Gallery 

Llandudno Museum and Gallery is a treasure chest of all things local – from prehistoric and Roman times to Llandudno’s growth as a seaside resort. Highlights of the redevelopment include new galleries, exhibitions and interpretation and family fun.

Bodnant Garden, Eglwysbach

Bodnant’s Winter Garden, created in the last 10 years, is the seasonal jewel in its crown. This former rockery has matured into a richly colourful display of foliage and flower that makes the most of winter light – and it’s just the start of a walk through 80 acres  of winter wonderland.         

Conwy RSPB Nature Reserve, Conwy Estuary          

Conwy’s RSPB Reserve, a wetland site on the edge of the estuary, is a tranquil oasis of calm just a stone’s throw from the A55. 

In winter, look out for flocks of birds gathering to feed, or forming large roosts at dusk to keep warm.

Penderyn Distillery, Lloyd Street, Llandudno 

Penderyn is the home of Welsh Whisky and brought back distilling to Wales after more than a century. They produce award-winning Welsh whiskies and spirits and export to over 50 countries world-wide. 

Book yourself onto one of their Llandudno distillery tours or a whisky masterclass, to experience the Welsh spirit, sample a whisky or two and to see what makes Penderyn Distillery so unique.                              





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