THINGS TO DO

North Wales boasts dramatic landscapes and gorgeous countryside; making it a stunning weekend retreat or full-blown holiday. With activities to suit all ages and abilities, there’s so much for the whole family to do.

There is an extensive range of leisure and tourism opportunities to enjoy. Known to be the adventure capital of Europe, North Wales is full of adventure experiences to suit every level of adrenaline including Surf Snowdonia, Zip World, Bounce below and the Forest Coaster. There are also  many traditional cultural events, historical exploration and heritage sites to explore.

 

So, whether you want to unwind or be active, make 2021 the year you visit North Wales and stay with at

Forge Cottage at the Stables.

HORSE RIDING 

We will soon be offering horse owners the option to bring their horse on holiday with them! With access to miles of off road trails, luxury stables and turnout paddocks, your horse will be well catered for.

 

SIGHT SEEING

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OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES

White water rafting, canyoning, inland surfing, caving, rib riding and zip wiring are just a few adrenaline fuelled  activities on offer whilst the mountains, golf courses, coast line and open green spaces for walking, cycling, hiking are perfect for relaxation and wellbeing.

Here are some of our favourites:

Adventure Parc Snowdonia:

The UK’s first inland and man-made surfing lagoon, Surf Snowdonia is perfect for eginners and advanced surfers, guaranteeing you waves every few minutes to hone your skills on! Also on site is 'Adrenaline Indoors', comprising of one of the longest artificial caving courses in the world, ninja assault course, zip wire and the UK’s only kicker flight slide. And last but not least, 'Outdoor Adventures', which includes a zip line across the surf lagoon, climbing wall, pump track, gorge walking and mountain biking.

Coasteering on the beautiful island of Anglesey: 

It’s about rock-hopping, shore-scrambling, swell riding, cave-exploring and yes, cliff-jumping. It’s a great way to develop confidence!

The National White Water Centre North Wales

Enjoy the thrill of natural white water rapids on the River Tryweryn, located in the Snowdonia National Park. 

Menai Bridge RibRde:

RibRide is an exhilarating experience travelling across the the Menai Strait waters, before accelerating at the fastest speed possible from zero to scream on this white knuckle adventure ride.

 

 

Mount Snowdon:

View the jaw dropping and breathtaking mountain range and the highest mountain in Wales, Mount Snowdon. Standing tall over the village of Llanberis, the Snowdonia mountain range is made up with jagged peaks and far-reaching views . For experienced climbers there are six different challenging paths to conquer this 1,085 metre (3,560 feet) giant. There is also a train which ascends to the top, to enjoy the spectacular views.

ZipWorld:

Stop off at Bethesda to experience Zip World. This high adrenaline and fun attraction has transformed what was once an industrial slate mining community at Penrhyn Quarry. With the many activities to take part in including Zip World Velocity 2 - the fastest zip wire in the world and the longest in Europe, Quarry Karts - the UK’s only mountain cart track, Quarry Tour and Big Red, there has never been a better time to visit.

PLACES TO VISIT

Castles

Visit the many stunning castles their are to explore in North Wales including Denbigh Castle, Conwy Castle, Rhuddlan Castle, and Gwyrch Castle, home to Ant & Dec's recent I'm a Celebratory!

Conwy and Aber Falls Distillery:

Conwy is a gorgeous town and the quaint streets, beach and marina are well worth a visit. While you are here you can enjoy an hour’s tasting adventure with a range of award winning premium gins and liqueurs and new for 2021 is  Aber Falls very own single malt whisky

Llangollen