Planning days out with the family can be tricky with so many tastes and ages to take into consideration. Here at Pen-y-Bryn Farm we find you the best that North Wales has to offer.
The seaside Town of Llandudno is always popular with our guests. A firm favourite with all ages is Llandudno Pier. Situated right next to the beach at the Great Orme end, the pier is home to arcades and ice cream shops, rock and souvenir/gift shops and even has rides for the children. There are plenty of benches all along the pier so you can relax and take in the view. There are public toilets and a cafe and if you walk all the way to the end, you might even see some jellyfish in then water!
Located in Conwy, the Smallest House In Great Britain is a pleasant surprise for all ages! The house measures 72 inches across, 122 inches high and 120 inches deep. It has a bedroom and a living area with basic cooking facilities, and whilst more suited to one did have couples living in it in the 19th century. It was last occupied in 1900 when it was declared unfit for habitation. The house was saved from demolition to become a tourist attraction. Entry costs £1 per adult and 50p for children and is open from from 10-6 during school holidays, and 10-4 at other times. Their website advises that they may close early in case of bad weather or stay open later if there is a big queue. For more information, please click here to visit the website or call 01492 573965.
Loggerheads Country Park in Mold sits below the dramatic limestone cliffs of the Alyn Valley, where the river enters steep wooded gorges and open and secluded grasslands. The lovely limestone scenery has inspired artists and attracted large numbers of visitors for generations. There are two short circular trails within the park and a network of waymarked footpaths radiate from out from it. The park is free to enter but you will need to take some change for the car park. There is also a cafe, shop and picnic area.
Pili Palas in Anglesey is home to butterflies, birds, snakes, lizards, cockroaches, millipede's, locusts, giant snails, tarantula's, scorpions, fire-bellied toads, abbits, pygmy goats, kune kune pigs and the new addition of John, Paul, Geaorge and Ringo the Meerkat's! After you've seen all the animals, and explored our nature trail – toddlers can let off steam in our indoor play area – while older children can play on our giant bouncy castle or tackle our adventure playground. Kids can also have hours of fun in our exciting play barn and in Lenny's castle in the park. There is also a cafe and gift shop. To find out more about Pili Palas, please click here to visit their website, click here to see their prices and opening times or call them on 01248 712474 .
As you can see, there is plenty for the whole family and all within 30 minutes of our farm! For more information about our self-catering holiday cottages and farmhouse, please click here. To see our availability calendar, please click here. If you have any other queries you can contact us via our website by clicking here, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01745 822344. We look forward to welcoming you and your family to Pen-y-Bryn Farm.