Narrow Gauge Bala Lake Railway steams along
the lakeside to Llanuwchllyn. The area offers
a wide choice of activities - walking, climbing,
cycling and pony trekking, swimming at the
Penllyn Leisure Centre or Ten Pin Bowling at
the Urdd multi-activity centre, Glan Llyn and
Bala Golf course for which we have negotiated
special rates for our guests.
dog trials were first held in Bala. Today trials,
agricultural and horticultural shows and traditional
corn cutting are held annually around Meirionnydd.
The area's cultural activities can be enjoyed
by visitors, including concerts, eisteddfodau,
carnivals and the annual festival - Gwyl y
Gwyniaid. Details of events, attractions and
accommodation can be obtained from the Tourist
Bala, explore Snowdonia - the beaches and resorts
of Cardigan Bay, Aberdovey, Tywyn, Fairbourne,
and the golden sands of the Ardudwy coast which
stretch from Barmouth to Harlech.
accessible nearby Harlech Castle, and Castell
y Bere near Tywyn - the latter built by Llywelyn
the Great. The industrial heritage is represented
in the Vale of Ffestiniog by the slate caverns
at Llechwedd and Llanfair. The Ffestiniog Narrow
Gauge Railway carries numerous visitors each
year to Porthmadog. The power stations of Ffestiniog
and Trawsfynydd both have visitor centres.
National White Water Centre is within 10 minutes
drive offering rafting and
Over ten Heritage narrow
guage railways are within 1 hours drive of Fron
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