Snowdon Mountain railway will take you up to the summit of Snowdon; the rooftop of Wales. Hop on board to take the journey of a lifetime.
The Tal y Llyn steam railway is the world’s first preserved railway. Travel in comfort past streams, waterfalls, forests through the Valley in a timeless landscape.
FFestiniog & Welsh Highland Railways will take you up, down, round and around on multiple steam train routes throughout the National Park. You can check out timetables and plan routes from their website. Take your binoculars, the scenery is spectacular.
At Bodysgallen Hall you can buy full or half day spa packages as well as other treatments for the ultimate “me time” in beautiful surroundings.
Take respite at Coes Faen and indulge at their new day spa, whilst overlooking the awe-inspiring Mawddach Estuary.
Barmouth is 9 miles down the road from Fro Awel and the coastline has golden sands stretched as far as the eye can see. You’d be forgiven for thinking you weren’t in the UK anymore, just look at that photo! Snowdonia National Park is home to 200 miles of coast and more than 35 beaches, as well as one of the most spectacular stretches of the pioneering Wales Coast Path, a world’s first. For information on all local beaches, along with blue flag certificated beaches, slipways, contact information for Harbour Masters and Marinas click here