(approx 1 mile from Park)
Tywyn is situated on the stunning Mid Wales coastline.
Here you will find plenty to do.
Tywyn boasts many Cafés, Pubs, Restaurants and a selection of shops.
If you’re feeling energetic then perhaps visit the local leisure centre to play badminton, tennis, squash, use the fitness room or perhaps just relax in the sauna & steam room.
If you love dolphins then Tywyn beach is the place to be as Bottlenose dolphins are often spotted here.
The Magic Lantern Cinema, Tywyn
Tywyn’s very own Cinema holds a great range of events from popular family films to foreign language movies, a range of live music, comedy & theatre performances and a comfy café-bar area.
For more information and up to date details of films and events then take a look at their website.
The Talyllyn Railway, Tywyn
The railway travels through stunning scenery up to the village of Abergynolwyn and then on to Nant Gwernol.
This was the first railway of it’s kind in Britain to be saved from closure.
Race the train is an annual event held here in August. Multi terrain runners will race the train to try and beat it. Contact the Rotary Club of Tywyn for details on how to enter.
(approx 5 miles from Park)
Aberdyfi is a small picturesque seaside village nestling on the north side of the Dyfi estuary.
Here you will find a thriving little harbour and a haven for those who like an energetic holiday.
It boasts water sports galore including sailing, sail boarding, fishing, boat trips and the summer regatta.
It also has an 18 hole championship golf course.
If you’re feeling peckish then you will find some lovely eateries to suit all tastes, or just browse the little shops tucked into the rock face.
(approx 4 miles from Park)
Here you will find a series of three stunning waterfalls.
The waterfalls are part of the Nant Dolgoch stream that flows into the Afon Fathew.
Explore the many paths and trails around the falls, perfect on a sunny day.
Travel here either by car or on the Talyllyn railway.
Corris Craft Centre
(approx 14 miles from Park) – website
Situated just outside of Corris you will find a Café and 8 craft workshops where you can meet and chat to the very talented designers and buy their hand made goods.
Corris Craft Centre is also home to King Arthur’s Labyrinth.
Take an underground boat ride through a magical waterfall into a labyrinth of tunnels and caverns to discover the tales of King Arthur and other great ancient welsh legends.
The Dysynni Valley is renowned for it’s natural beauty and you will find many public footpaths to explore suiting all walking abilities.
Popular walks include:
- Castell y Bere
- Talyllyn lakeside walk
- Cadair Idris mountain
- Craig yr Aderyn
- Bryneglwys Quarry Abergynolwyn
- The Bearded Lake
Private fishing is available on the Dysynni River. Please enquire at the Park premises.