Glenavon Guesthouse
4 Star Guest House

Grading National AA 4 Star

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01492 877687

Glenavon Guesthouse
27 St. Mary’s Road
North Wales Coast
LL30 2UB
United Kingdom

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  • Prices start from £75 per night for a double en-suite room.
  • Twin en-suite starts from £75 per night.
  • Family suite starts from £140 per night.
  • Single starts from £55 per night


Apart from being glorious walking country - there are almost 2,000 miles of designated paths - Snowdonia offers some of Britain's best rock climbing.

Being the birthplace of rock climbing and seeing the development of the sport, Snowdonia probably has more rock climbing history than any other location. World famous routes such as Dream of White Horses, Cenotaph Corner, Indian Face and Liquid Amber are among the charismatic names to be found here.

Or there's Plas Menai, the National Water Sports Centre by the side of the Menai Straits between Bangor and Caernarfon. Owned by the Sports Council for Wales the purpose-built centre has been running water sports and mountain adventure training for 20 years and offers an comprehensive range of courses. Check out their website at website link.

There are are lots of other ways to enjoy the mountains from a variety of providers. If you visit you will find a comprehensive list of activities, equipment and outdoor shops, accommodation and area guides, to get you started.

Vivian Diving Centre, Llanberis

The slate pool here was once part of the vast Dinorwig Slate mine at Llanberis. The main face of the mine was left to fill with fresh clear water to a depth of 18 metres, creating a perfect place to dive in relative safety whatever the weather for all levels of diver. You can scuba dive in groups or as individuals 7 days a week. Contact website link.


Outdoor pursuits for all abilities. Based in Bethesda, they offer rock climbing, white water rafting, mountain walks, kayaking and scrambling. Info at or tel 07743 336093.

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Here are a few other examples of the sort of things you can get upto:

Coed y Brenin Visitor Centre, between Ffestiniog and Dolgelleu.

The Forestry Commission run a series of activities from May to October. Choose from guided walks on themes as various as drovers routes or looking for animal tracks, to den building and specialist bike hire and running or cycling trails. Pick up one of their leaflets for dates of events from any Tourist Information Centre or ring 01341 440 747.

Adrenalin Antics

Providing adventure activities such as canyoning, gorge walking, cliff jumping, rock climbing, abseiling, raft building, mountain and hill walks, zip lines and more. Contact 01654 767655, website link.

Snowdonia Adventures

Guided walks all over the area from gentle riverside strolls, to strenuous hikes in the hills, and mountain days for the more seasoned hill walker. The company also take groups up to the summit of Snowdon on specified days throughout the summer and autumn and run rock climbing and other courses. More information from 01286 879044, website link

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