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Explore Harlech's range of attractions 

Harlech is a town that offers something for everyone, from a World Heritage site to Slate Mines and Childrens Farms. With its rich history and stunning scenery, visitors are sure to be captivated by all that Harlech has to offer. Come and explore this charming town and discover its many attractions for yourself.

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Llanfair Slate Caverns

These tunnels and caverns were all man made over 100 years ago – with nothing but a candle for lighting. Descend Jacobs ladder and wander through the tunnels and chambers, and look for the old drilling holes, and the likeness of a human face in the mighty no 6 cavern. As you emerge from the caverns, you face the breathtaking view of Cardigan Bay, from the Preseli mountains in the south to the Lleyn peninsular. Look down at Shell Island and the Artro estuary, and at low tide trace the fourteen mile long natural causeway of St Patrick.

​Children’s Farm Park Petting Zoo

The Children’s Farm Park offers you (and the children) the chance to get up close and personal with your favourite animals. Make a visit during Spring and early Summer time to have a go bottle-feeding the lambs and calves. You’ll also find goats, ducks, chickens and owls, all housed in farm buildings – so no need to worry about the weather.

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Self Catering or  Guesthouse?

Staying in a self catering cottage, guesthouse or B&B in Harlech is a great way to experience the charm of this historic town. With its stunning views of the Welsh coastline and Snowdonia National Park, Harlech is a popular destination for visitors looking to explore the natural beauty of North Wales.

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