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Things to Do

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When it comes to memorable experiences, there is no shortage of things to do and discover in this beautiful corner of North Wales and here at Caer Rhun Hall we’ll always be on hand to point you in the right direction and make your stay as amazing as possible.


Conquer Snowdon

Just a short drive away is Wales’ highest mountain and the beautiful Snowdonia National Park. If you don’t want to hike to the top, let the Snowdon Mountain Railway take the strain.


Ride a zip wire

Zip World, home to the longest zip wire in Europe and underground trampoline park, is less than an hour's drive from the hotel and if you show your room confirmation you'll get 10% off your tickets.


Discover the distillery's secrets

Sitting at the bottom of the famous Rhaeadr Fawr waterfall, Aber Falls distillery is the perfect spot for lovers of all things whisky and gin.


Visit Great Orme Copper Mines

Don hard hats to take a tour through the caverns of these impressive Bronze Age mines and learn how the ancient people of Britain lived and worked 4,000 years ago.


Head to Great Orme

Hop on board the popular Victorian tramway to climb 1,500m to the beautiful Great Orme Country Park and Nature Reserve at the top of Llandudno's most recognisable natural landmark.


Hit the surf

If you're a surfer in search of the perfect wave, head to Adventure Parc Snowdonia, which hosts the world’s first inland surfing lagoon where you can enjoy a day of thrills and spills.


Spend a day in Conwy

With its imposing 13th century castle and medieval walls, once seen the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Conwy, which is less than five miles from Llandudno, is never forgotten.


Go green at Bodnant Gardens

Founded in 1874 and developed by five generations of one family, this National Trust property spans 80 acres of glorious hillside and has to be seen to be believed.


Amble around Portmeirion

Explore the magical town of Portmeirion with its Italianate-style architecture, historic cottages, stylish shops, award-winning restaurants, lush gardens and beautiful sandy beaches.


Explore Britain's smallest house

Head to Conwy to explore this tiny 16th century property whose last occupant was a 6ft 3ins fisherman. Definitely one of our quirkiest tourist attractions.