Places to visit

Our recommended places to visit nearby

Snowdonia National Park

Covering a total of 823 square miles, Snowdonia is Wales’ largest National Park with its beautiful mountain peaks and valleys, lakes and more.

The Welsh Coast Path

The Wales Coast Path is a 870 mile, designated long-distance trail which follows, or runs close to, the coastline of Wales. You can pick up sections of it as you wish.

Pistyll Rhaeadr

The highest waterfall in England and Wales with wonderful rock formations.  Named one of the Seven Wonders of Wales

Cann Office

With a varied Menu to suit all appetites, whether formal seating, pub table or al fresco; the Cann Office offers a warm welcome to those en route to vacation or just a day at the seaside. Additionally, as well as supporting a range of caravan parks in the local area, there are 8 rooms available for those who wish to discover the secrets of the surrounding areas including the Dyffnant Forest and Lake Vyrnwy.

Powis Castle & Gardens

Powis Castle, a medieval fortress built in the 13th  century by the Welsh ruler of Powys, Gruffudd ap Gwenwynwyn, sits high on a rock above its world-famous garden in Welshpool.

King Arthurs Labyrinth

A fun family day out at King Arthur’s Labyrinth, an underground storytelling adventure in Snowdonia, Mid Wales near Corris, Barmouth, Tywyn, Machynlleth.