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Siôr Shepherd's Hut, North Wales


SIÔR is perfect for couples looking to escape the rhythm of everyday life for a while. Explore the rolling countryside, stroll along a secluded beach or step back in time visiting the many surrounding castles or heritage sites. Reward yourself with lunch in the local pub, returning to stoke the wood burner and snuggle up inside your cosy shepherd’s hut. On warm evenings there’s nothing quite like stargazing by the fire pit, sharing a bottle of wine and locally sourced goodies. Our stunning countryside views can be admired from all angles, giving you a fantastic backdrop for al fresco suppers prepared on the BBQ/fire pit.

West Shore Llandudno Beach


With 250 miles of coastline, beaches are not hard to come by in North Wales. You'll discover a fantastic variety of diverse beaches from sandy and popular to rugged and solitary, there is something to suit everyone. 

Smallest House Britain, Conwy


North Wales has many historic attractions, including the Great Orme, Pontcysyllte Aqueduct, the National Slate Museum, and four UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Take a tour around Bodnant Garden, an 80 acre paradise filled with plants collected by famous global explorers. Or simply step back in time in any of our Castles and indulge in a bit of Welsh culture!

Aber Falls, North Wales

However you get there, waterfalls are breathtaking places, and you have 11 beautiful waterfalls to choose from in North Wales.


Welsh Highland Railway, North Wales


We've got potentially the longest, most historic and the largest number of scenic railways in the UK. Why not hop on a steam engine in the heart of Snowdonia and combine a train adventure with a hike or a leisurely day-trip to explore our Northern Wales towns and villages.


Why not take a ride on a Horse-drawn boat from the canal wharf towards the Horseshoe Falls, or a narrow boat trip along the canal and over the spectacular Pontcysyllte Aqueduct. Or for a more action packed option you could go sailing, windsurfing, kayaking, paddleboarding, coasteering, powerboating, yachting and more at Plas Menai. Or simply go surfing at the beach or at Adventure Parc Snowdonia!

Aber Falls Distillery, North Wales


Take a tour around the Aber Falls Distillery at the foot of the famous Aber Falls waterfall in the village of Abergwyngregyn. Or enjoy a tasting session and tour in the summer at the Snowdon Craft Beer Brewery.

Nefyn Golf Club, North Wales

North Wales boasts 100 golf courses so there is something for every level and you will be spoilt for choice surrounded by the gorgeous Welsh countryside.


The Point of Ayr Lighthouse, also known as the Talacre Lighthouse


There are dozens of great walks around Abergele, Pensarn, St George and the coast - from gentle strolls on the Beach or Park, to fabulous hikes in our hills and valleys. For some inspiration take a look here. For the more adventure seeking couples you can take your pick from canyoning to surfing, zipwires to Sled Dog Experiences – North Wales has it all.

Kimmel Arms Fish & Chips


A cosy evening in one of our pubs is the perfect way to enjoy some quiet time after a busy day in North Wales. So sit by the open fire, put your feet up and enjoy some rest bite with a drink in hand! We can highly recommend the award winning Kinmel Arms just up the road from SIÔR for some five star food and occasional live music!  

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