Llety Arall

The Area

Llety Arall is an ideal base to visit many popular and beautiful areas of north west Wales – see below for a taste. Ask us when you arrive about places to visit during your stay with us.

 

Caernarfon

Llety Arall is in the centre of Caernarfon on Palace Street. The location is ideal to roam and experience the town itself. With stunning views of the Menai Straits, the castle and its walls, the market, Segontium Roman Fort and historic pubs, there is something for everyone of all ages here. We’d also recommend that you visit the various independent cafes and shops that line the town’s streets. Our accommodation is perfect to discover the best of Caernarfon as a town where the Welsh language is at it’s strongest.

 

Eryri

A short drive or bus ride away from Caernarfon, lies Eryri National Park and the highest mountains of Wales. Some of the park’s main attractions include Yr Wyddfa, Wales’s highest summit, Glyderau, Carneddau and Moelwynion. The paths of all of these mountains are within 30 minutes by car of us at Llety Arall. Llyn Padarn (Lake) in the village of Llanberis, only 20 minutes from Caernarfon, is also a popular destination for outdoors and open water activities.

UNESCO Slate Landscape

In July 2021, UNESCO announced that the Slate Landscape of Northwest Wales had gained status as a World Heritage Site. The designation recognises the important contribution Wales made to the Industrial Revolution. Included within the designated landscape are Ogwen Valley, Nantlle Valley, Dinorwig, Cwm Pennant, Ffestiniog and Abergynolwyn. The slate culture is deeply rooted in north Wales, so it’s certainly worth visiting the National Slate Museum in Llanberis to know more about this rich history.

 

Anglesey

If you look over the Menai Straits from Caernarfon, you’ll see Anglesey. It’s a perfect location to go for a walk, or visit its beaches and numerous attractions. Llanddwyn Island, Plas Newydd and Beaumaris Castle are all located less than 45 minutes from Caernarfon and attract visitors from near and far. The island’s coastal path offers spectacular views and various activities from walking and cycling to water-based adventures and more. Having your picture at the famous sign of the village with the longest name in Europe, Llanfairpwll... is a must!

 

Activities

There is a whole range of activities for the adventurous and less adventurous in Caernarfon and the surrounding area. If you’re looking for a high adrenaline activity then you’d enjoy ‘Zipworld’ in Bethesda, whilst Greenwood Family Park near Y Felinheli is well suited for families. To the west it’s worth remembering that Dinas Dinlle beach is close by and most of  the Llŷn Peninsula’s beaches are all within an hour's drive from us.

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Llety Arall, 9 Stryd y Plas, Caernarfon, Gwynedd LL55 1RR

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