Crûg Farm Plants has an outstanding and unrivalled selection of plants, located in one of the most beautiful areas of North Wales.
Accommodation - stay for a while!
Plas Cadnant Estate
Luxury self-catering cottages for the discerning visitor providing accommodation for up to 27 people.
Telephone: 01248 717007
Cleifiog is an exclusive bed & breakfast, set on the Menai Strait overlooking the sea shore as one enters Beaumaris on the Isle of Anglesey. Recently refurbished by our garden-loving friend Liz Bradley (now to be seen volunteering at Dixter) after retiring from her world famous needle-point business.
Telephone: 01248 811507
Stay at The Hotel Portmeirion and experience the magic of Portmeirion at any time of year. Portmeirion has seventeen self-catering cottages sleeping from three to eight people.
See the dawn break over the mountains of Meirionnydd. Watch the rising tide fill the Dwyryd estuary, covering the golden sands from shore to shore.
The Hotel Portmeirion opened on 4th April 1926 on a private peninsula on the coast of Snowdnia. It soon became one of Wales' most iconic destinations.
Telephone: 01766 770000
Ty Mawr Farmhouse Bed & Breakfast
This is highly rated by many of our visitors for its traditionally warm Welsh hospitality. Set within a few miles of the nursery offering panoramic views of Snowdonia and run by Bleddyn's cousin Jane Pierce.
Telephone: 01248 670147
Tal Menai Guest House
Tal Menai is only a stone's throw away from the nursery overlooking the Menai Strait on the approach road to the fortified town of Caernarfon. Run by chatty Sylvette originating from France hence very popular with our French speaking customers.
Telephone: 01286 672160
Ye Olde Bulls Head Inn
More commonly known as The Bull, is a find of unquestionable pedigree! An oasis of quality set in one of the most picturesque parts of Wales and indeed the United Kingdom. Lying to the south east of the Isle of Anglesey the town of Beaumaris.
Tal Menai Guest House
The Caernarfon guesthouse dates back to Victorian times and overlooks the Menai Strait and Anglesey. The house is situated off the A487, about a mile from Caernarfon Castle, in the direction of Bangor.
Family entertainment during your visit
The Anglesey Sea Zoo
This is Wales largest marine aquarium, nestling on the shores of the Menai Strait. The Sea Zoo has re-created the habitats of the fauna and flora found around Anglesey and the North Wales coastline. From the intricacy and complexity of the invertebrates in the Bone Free Zone, your tour takes you through a Shipwreck, a walk over the Shark Pool.
The Greenwood Forest Park
Voted the Best Family Attraction in North Wales for 2011 and 2012, days out don’t get much better than at GreenWood Forest Park.
With so many different activities, what will you do first? Board the world’s only people powered roller coaster, master the Jungle Boats, build a den or whoosh down the huge Green Great Run. All in all, you will discover hours of fun with constantly changing special events, whatever the weather.