The Gwynedd region of Wales in this directory includes Bala, Blaenau Ffestiniog, Caernarfon, CricciethLlŷn PeninsulaPortmeirionPwllheli and Snowdonia.  

Gwynedd​, named after the old Kingdom of Gwynedd​ encompasses most of Snowdonia National Park. Caernarfon is the administrative capital of the county.


There are many accommodation options available in this area for tourists.  There are hotels, inns, bed and breakfasts, self-catering units as well as camping options.  

Please view the accommodation directory for more information on places to stay.


There are a range of activities on offer in this area, some of which are listed below:-

  • Stained Glass workshops - Llangower
  • Bala Lake Railway
  • Caerau Uchaf Gardens - private garden open to the public
  • Corris Craft Centre
  • Encaustic Art Workshop - Llanfor
  • Bala Adventure and Water Sports Centre
  • Corris Mine Explorers
  • Tan yr Hall Gallery - original works of art
  • Penllyn Leisure Centre - swimming pool with water slides
  • Golf Club​
  • Bala Sailing Club
  • Guided Walking
  • Pony Trekking
  • Fishing
  • Mountain Biking
  • Wind Surfing
  • Tanygrisiau - fishing : rainbows and brown trout
  • Clwb Golff Ffestiniog - one of the highest golf courses in Wales
  • Kayaking
  • Canoeing
  • The Dragon’s Gallery - Art
  • Bird watching​ - ravens, peregrins, buzzards  
  • Llechwedd Slate Caverns
  • The Antur Stiniog downhill mountain biking centre
  • ​Ffestiniog Railway​
  • Doc Fictoria (Victoria Dock) - retail centre with museum
  • The Faenol - concert venues ​
  • Caernarfon Castle
  • Welsh Highland Railway - narrow-gauge steam train
  • Hwylfan Fun Centre - North Wales' largest indoor fun centre
  • Caernarfon Leisure Centre
  • Caernarfon Golf Club
  • Segontium - a roman fort built in approximately AD 78
  • Greenwood Forest Park - an outdoor adventure park
  • Heritage Walk around Criccieth
  • Hills of Snowdonia - mountain bike trails, walking, pony trekking
  • Sea kayaking
  • Glaslyn Estuary - walk to see the wildlife
  • Criccieth Castle - offers extensive views over the town and surrounding countryside
  • Glasfryn Parc​ - ​Go karting, quad bike safari, ten-pin bowling, fishing, archery, indoor play area, party room, soft play centre, farm shop
  • Llwyndyrus Farm Spa
  • Plas Glyn-y-Weddw - a magnificent Victorian Gothic Manor with galleries, beautiful gardens and a tea room with views of the sea
  • Welsh Highland Railway
  • Bardsey Island

Please see the activities directory for more information on all the things to do in Gwynedd.


The business community of Wales as a whole does very well thanks to its tourism industry and tourist attractions. You will find many local products, shops, stalls and great local restaurants to choose from.

Please go to our business directory for a list of businesses, or add your own free business listing.