A few attractions near by:
Lake Crafnant is on the eastern edge of Snowdonia National Park. It is said to be the prettiest of a number of lakes in the area above the small village of Trefriw. Lake Crafnant is a 63 acre natural mountain lake. It is used by fisher men as well as being a popular place for walkers, picnicers, artists and photographers. There is a small café/tea room on its shore. The lake is ¾ of a mile long and is situated in a glorious mountain setting. The lake can be seen from Bryn Eithin and Tan-Y-Manod.
Trefriw Wells Spa where the Romans first discovered the health-giving properties of the local iron-rich water. Today the Spa distributes the water as a medicinal tonic all around the world.
Trefriw Woollen Mills the water from Lake Crafnant and Geirionydd flows down to Trefriw where the hydro-electric turbines generate electricity to power the machinery in the mill. Bedspreads and weave tweeds are designed, carrying all the processes from fleece to fabric.
Llanrwst – here you will find a bridge reputed to have been designed by Indigo Jones, and Ty hwnt I’r bont, a 16th century court house now owned by the National trust. Llanrwst is a market town which provides banks, shops a supermarket and places to eat. There is also a Castle (Gwydr Castle).
Llandudno – THE SEASIDE – Great Orme Tramway, summit complex, dry ski slope, North Wales theatre, Great Orme Copper Mines, Oriel Mosty Art Gallery, Bodafon Farm Park, Llandudno Museum, Alice in Wonderland Centre. Golf Course and LOADS of SHOPS!!!
Conwy has a great castle, outstanding walls and a quay where the smallest house in Great Britain is situated.
Betws-Y-Coed – with its breathtaking Swallow Falls – especially in the rain!!!
Bodnant Gardens – one of the finest gardens in Britain with magnificent rhododendrons, camellias and magnolias in the spring followed by herbaceous borders, roses and water lilies in the summer and good colour in the autumn. Bodnant is situated above the river Conwy giving spectacular views over the Snowdon range.
Portmerion – the Italian village where the TV program “The Prisoner” was filmed.
Rhyl, Snowdon, Colwyn Bay, Blaenau Ffestiniog, Bangor