Local attractions within touching distance of the park include Bodnant Gardens, the Welsh Mountain Zoo, the Great Orme Country Park and the woollen mill at Trefriw. The Victorian seaside resort of Llandudno is a short distance away with its pier, promenade and theatre, and the stunning and magnificent Snowdonia National Park is a mere forty-five-minute drive.
Llanddulas is a village in Conwy County, and lies at the foot of the limestone precipice of Cefn yr Ogof. The hill is home to some sizeable caves, and has harboured a series of legends of the mountain. The Llanddulas area extends down to the coast, where there is a small rocky and sandy beach. The quarrying of limestone was the main industry of the area, with stone being crushed before being transported to the long jetty which extends out into the ocean, ready for shipping.
Llysfaen is a small village in the borough of Conwy County, which overlooks the North Coast of Wales. It takes its name from the Welsh for ‘Stone Court’ and is situated on the raised area of Mynydd Marian. Mynydd Marian is made from limestone and covered in swathes of emerald grass. It’s a fantastic location to live, as it boasts some breathtaking views of the surrounding area and over the ocean.