Visitors come to this part of North Wales for the mountains, the rivers, the lakes and the tranquility, but the area also offers a wealth of activities suited to the thrill seeker such as mountain biking, zip wires, underground adventures, rock climbing and kayaking.
The farm where Hafod Hedd is located has its own a farm walk, and is a good starting point for those who enjoy rural rambles with beautiful views.
Betws y Coed, the gateway to Snowdonia is 4.5 miles away and is a popular destination with shops, pubs, cafés and restaurants. Llandudno, 22 miles away, is a traditional seaside resort, famous for its Edwardian and Victorian architecture.
For those wishing to climb Wales’ famous mountain, Snowdon, car parks at the base of the mountain can be reached by a half hour drive from Hafod Hedd.
The area is also rich in history; the medieval walled garrison town and castle at Conwy is 19 miles away, and the quintessential Welsh 13th Century castle at Dolwyddelan, reputed to be built by Llywelyn the Great, is just 8.5 miles from Hafod Hedd.
Nowhere else will you find such a variety of things to see and do all in one area!