LOCAL AMENITIES

Some fantastic walks and sights from the doorstep at Hafod.
Cycle paths and perfect for mountain biking.

Sandy beaches 10-minute drive

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SHIP AGROUND

Walking distance to Ship Aground (5-minute walk) restaurant good friendly pub/restaurant

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PORTMEIRION

Portmeirion Village is home to two hotels, a cluster of historic cottages, iconic architecture, a spa, stylish shops, award-winning restaurants, casual cafes, an Italian ice cream parlour, exotic gardens and sandy beaches.

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LLYN TECWYN ISAF

Llyn Tecwyn Isaf is within walking distance from Hafod, around 1.3 miles. Very remote and atmospheric.

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BRYN CADER FANER

Bryn Cader Faner is a Bronze Age round cairn which lies to the east of the small hamlet of Talsarnau in the Ardudwy area of Gwynedd. A 3-mile walk from Hafod.

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YNYS GIFFTAN

Ynys Giftan, 1.3 miles walk from Hafod. Also perfect for paddle boarding and kayaking. This is an island in the Dwyryd Estuary therefore paramount you check the tide times.

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HARLECH CASTLE

Spectacularly sited Harlech Castle seems to grow naturally from the rock on which it is perched. Like an all-seeing sentinel, it gazes out across land and sea, keeping a watchful eye over Snowdonia and the nearby seas. Around a 10-minute drive from Hafod, or a wonderful day out by walking / cycling.

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PORTHMADOG

Offers visitors a wide range of attractions from activity programmes to inspirational cultural and historical places to visit.
Supermarkets, shops, and banks around 15-minute drive by car.

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ZIP WORLD

A unique range of very special adventures. Experience Europes longest ziplines or our massive underground trampolines & high-rope cavern adventures.

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SNOWDON

Snowdon (Yr Wyddfa in Welsh) is the highest mountain in Wales and England. It's one of our most famous and regonizable landmarks and is well worth a visit. Standing tall over the village of Llanberis, Snowdon is a part of a close-knit family of jagged peaks and can offer views of Snowdonia, Anglesey, Pembrokeshire and Ireland.