4 Oct 2017

Step into nature

Discover some of the most dramatic scenery in Wales on these longer walks in North Wales. You’ll be able to enjoy the views and find out some of the history that these places hold

Cwm Idwal walk


This walk offers some of the most dramatic mountainous scenery in the UK at the oldest National Nature Reserve in Wales.

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Plas yn Rhiw countryside walk


From a Neolithic burial chamber to newly planted saplings and a recently made pond, this walk offers a look at the old and the new in the countryside around the small manor house Plas yn Rhiw.

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Hafod y Llan walk, Craflwyn


See the impressive tumbling Cwm Llan waterfall, and the Welsh Black Cattle that are creating more diverse vegetation on the slopes of Bylchau Terfyn.

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Dog-friendly walks in Wales?

Why not let your dog take you for a walk? We’ve got acres of land for you and your companion to explore in Wales.


Bodnant Garden, Conwy

Treat your dog to the wonders of Bodnant Garden. In spring and summer make the most of longer, lighter, warmer days by joining us on Wag Wednesdays, 5pm-8pm (from beginning May to the end August). In autumn and winter bring your furry friends for a fresh frosty walk (or a wet muddy one) from 1 November to the end of February.


Erddig, Wrexham

Erddig offers plenty of opportunities for your dogs to bounce, jump, sniff and splash in acres of parkland. It attracts thousands of dog walkers every year, drawn by the vast, natural open spaces as they change through the seasons. With so much parkland to explore, you’ll need a break. There’s water bowls, dog bins, extra leads and waste bags available (if you forget yours).



Follow in the footsteps of legends around Snowdonia. Enjoy gentle strolls to mountainous walks, enough to tire out all four legs (and yours). Head to the mountains; follow the Watkin path up Snowdon or ramble around Cwm Idwal. For countryside walks, head to Ysbyty Ifan, Cregennan lakes or Beddgelert. Please be aware that almost all of these locations have livestock grazing therefore do keep your dog on a lead; we don’t want any angry farmers!

Penrhyn Castle

Penrhyn is perfect for canine companions, with top-quality trails to sniff and bushes to explore. We do ask that you keep wet noses away from the delicate flowers in the walled garden and on a short lead, but please feel free to let your imagination run wild! Or bring your canine companion to Glan Faenol- a woodland walk along the Menai Strait.



If you are looking to stay with us whilst exploring North Wales then please click here for avalibilty
Or call us today on 01492 516 653.


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