Set against the stunning scenery of Snowdonia, the Isle of Anglesey and North Wales is yours to discover at leisure from Château Rhianfa.
Dedicate a day to walking in the local countryside and adrenaline activities such as Zipworld, or hook a crab from Beaumaris pier: our interactive map helps you select and plan what you’ll do when you come to stay with us at Château Rhianfa.
Three nights for the price of two
North Wales is known as the adventure capital of the UK, so if you’re looking for an adventure-packed few days and the opportunity to explore the beautiful Snowdonia National Park, then this is the ultimate getaway for you!
This package includes:
• 3 nights in one of our beautiful Classic Rooms within the Château;
• Delicious Welsh breakfast each morning.
Stay for just £249 per room. Call 01248 880090 to book or book online.
A luxury wedding and events venue in the heart of North Wales, Château Rhianfa isn’t your average country house hotel, with our name alone opening the floor to a unique discovery just waiting to be made.
Isle of Anglesey Coastal Path
Lace your walking boots take to this 125-mile long path to explore the island’s natural wonders. Stroll for a few miles or take on a section to discover why Anglesey is such a special place.
Plas Newydd House and Gardens
Get some interiors inspiration at this elegant National Trust property on the banks of the Menai Strait or take a peaceful meander through the lovely gardens gaze towards Snowdonia’s peaks.
Not just a stunning castle, Beaumaris is fact a military masterpiece. Edward I ordered its construction 1295 but it was never completed, which only adds to its desolate beauty.
As an ancient religious site, Penmon holds a special magic has drawn visitors since Celtic times. The spectacular views peaceful nature mean it’s easy to see why so many have visited over the centuries.
This pretty village on Anglesey’s eastern is a heritage gem amid by green landscapes. Take a step back time admire the Victorian school 17th-century parish church.
As a nature reserve with its own Norman castle, Aberlleiniog is a special place. woodland footpaths ancient oaks discover a 900-year fortress with a fascinating history.
Just across the from Anglesey, this city packs a punch with its cathedral, the Gwynedd Museum Art Gallery, cafés the pier, where you can stroll before enjoying afternoon tea.
Anglesey Outdoor Centre
If you’re seeking adventure, this is where to find it. Whether its surfing, sailing, climbing or coasteering, there are plenty activities for those who like being out of their comfort zone.
Oriel Ynys Môn Museum and Gallery
Discover more about Anglesey’s history heritage learn how the island has changed over the years. Enjoy art exhibitions browse for gifts made by local artisans the gallery shop.
This nationally import fen is a National Nature Reserve; rare butterflies plants plus insects other wildlife have made it their home making it a must-visit for nature lovers.
Anglesey Golf Club – Rhosneigr
The only links golf club on Anglesey is open to visitors as well as members. Enjoy a spectacular style with the Llŷn Peninsula Snowdonia as your backdrop.
Although it’s the gateway to Snowdonia, this village has a charm of its own. It offers shopping opportunities, from clothes outdoor gear to crafts collectables.
If high peaks are your thing, you’ll want to visit Capel Curig. It’s home to the Plas-y-Brenin National Mountaineering Centre set amid lakes to stunning effect.
The Snowdonia Mountain Railway
Enjoy the inspiring views from Snowdon’s peaks without putting the legwork by taking this charming historic railway instead; it’s been transporting visitors to the summit since 1896.
This 13th-century fortress is the most renowned of the mighty Welsh castles. The first of Wales was born here 1284 its now a Unesco World Heritage Site.
This picturesque landmark with whitewashed walls cuts a dash on the Anglesey landscape. As the last working windmill Wales, it now produces organic wholemeal flour.
Anglesey Sea Zoo
Take a virtual dive without getting wet, find out about more about the local marine life see some fascinating fish at this centre dedicated to sea-dwelling creatures.
Catch some fresh air along this 9.5 mile walking cycling trail, which links Barmouth to Dolgellau along a disused railway track following the peaceful Mawddach estuary.
Trefriw Woollen Mills
Welsh wool tapestry blankets are famous for their distinctive patterns. At this working mill learn more about sought-after Welsh wool, see how the fabric is made witness traditional craft action.
Llandudno offers a seaside feel, not least thanks to its Grade II listed pier, the longest Wales. With its candy-coloured houses Victorian architecture, this is a British seaside location.
Take stroll or try your at kitesurfing along the vast stretch of sand. If fishing’s your thing, the harbour is a magnet for those hoping to land the catch of the .
The Ffestiniog Railway
Steam engines still chug along through the landscape as they have for decades on the oldest independent railway the world. of Britain’s favourites, it’s been around since 1832.
This seaside village is hard to beat for charm known for its colourful beach huts. It’s a culture hotspot too, thanks to the Plas Glyn y Weddw art gallery.
Set on the scenic Llŷn Peninsula, this former smuggler’s haven is for retail therapy thanks to its independent shops perfect for a bracing coastal walk too.
Go Below Underground Adventures
If you prefer to delve that bit deeper, take a zip wire, sail across an underground lake or abseil to the lowest point the UK at this centre dedicated to sub- adventure.
the magical world of Portmeirion, an Italian-style village created between 1925 1976 dedicated to beautiful inspiring architecture. Fans of cult 1960s TV show The Prisoner might recognise it well.
Corris Craft Centre
A total of studios shed light on the Welsh craft scene, from glass making to carving forest furniture, there’s even a distillery producing gin infused with native Welsh plants.