Plas Tan y Graig B&B Guest House, Smith St, Beddgelert, Gwynedd, LL55 4LT. Tel: 01766 890310
Local information for Beddgelert and some of the more popular attractions to visit during your stay in Snowdonia, North West Wales!
Village shop and Post Office with cash withdrawals in Beddgelert village centre. General convenience foods and local produce, sandwiches, snacks, newspapers and alcohol including local ales.
Ice cream shop and pizza restaurant. Treat yourself and be spoilt for choice, delicious freshly made ice cream and pizza. Tel: 01766 890339
Sitting proudly in the heart of Snowdonia for over 40 years Beddgelert Woodcraft is an unexpected find. Bringing you the eclectic mix of local design and worldwide craft.
Cafe Colwyn is a popular and friendly family run establishment, offering a comfortable licensed indoor restaurant and a delightful riverside tea garden. Tel: 01766 890374
Specialising in delicious home made fudge, biscuits, preserves and handmade chocolates. Maps, compasses and trekking poles, guide books, Welsh dragon ornaments, slate gifts, toys and souvenirs.
Bike Hire, Service and Sales - A great day out awaits you at Beddgelert Forest with trails for all abilities from a couple of hours to a full day in the forest and Snowdonia.
Winner of the Prince of Wales award for tourism, Sygun Copper Mine is one of the wonders of Wales – a remarkable and impressive example of how our precious industrial heritage can be reclaimed, restored and transformed into an outstanding attraction.
A short walk south of the village, following the footpath along the banks of the Glaslyn leads to Beddgelert's most famous historical feature; 'Gelert's Grave'.
Outstanding scenery, comfortable carriages and historic steam engines await you here in the heart of Snowdonia. Glorious coastlines, ancient oak woodlands, mountains, rivers and castles, all beckon as you embark on your journey on our award winning railways!
Trains depart from Llanberis station and begin their climb 1085m to the summit of Yr Wyddfa, a journey experienced by some 12 million travellers since 1896. Snowdon being the highest summit in England and Wales.
The beautiful Portmeirion Village was built by Welsh architect Clough Williams-Ellis from 1925 to 1973. It was used as the set of the 1960's British avant-garde social science fiction television series 'The Prisoner'.
Harlech Castle is a Grade I-listed medieval fortification built onto a rocky knoll close to the Irish Sea. It was built by Edward I during his invasion of Wales between 1282 and 1289.
Caernarfon Castle is a medieval Royal fortress-palace built on legends and bitter medieval conflict, recognised around the world as one of the greatest buildings of the Middle Ages.
Zipworld - a unique range of very special adventures. Experience Europes longest ziplines or massive underground trampolines and high-rope cavern adventures.
Sir Clough Williams-Ellis created a unique and characteristic garden landscape which provides a series of dramatic and romantic prospects set within the Snowdonia National Park.
The Welsh Mountain Zoo is a zoological garden which covers an area of 37 acres near the town of Colwyn Bay. Opened on 18 May 1963 by the wildlife enthusiast and naturalist Robert Jackson.
With its hillside setting the garden’s 80 acres drop dramatically, from manicured lawns and flower-filled terraces, through buzzing wildflower meadows and shrub-filled glades, into awe-inspiring dells of water gardens and towering trees.