The Conwy Valley and surrounding region of Snowdonia and North Wales offers so very much to see, do and experience, we struggle to think of how anyone could fit it all on a typical break. (Which is a great reason to invest in a holiday home in the region! Snowdonia, above anywhere else in the world, is somewhere which you’ll want to return to again and again, and we can think of no better way to holiday at your leisure.)

Snowdonia is crammed full of man-made and entirely natural features, and offers so many unique things to do. Did you know that the region even allows you to swim and surf in the Welsh hillsides, or for those that don’t have the skills to surf, that it has its very own ninja warrior-esque course for you to crash and splash through?

Surf Snowdonia is an excellent (and certainly unique) thing to do in North Wales, and we’re huge fans of it and it’s amazing Crash and Splash Lagoon, which is a real opportunity to go head-to-head against friends or family (or both) and put your agility, determination and balance to the ultimate test against a sea of obstacles.

Whether it’s giant spinning balls, monkey bars, climbing walls, rope bridges or balance beams (and all are at Surf Snowdonia in abundance), Surf Snowdonia’s aquatic assault courses  unbelievably fun and an excellent way to make some memories with particularly competitive friends or the family. But what about after the sun’s gone down, the lagoon is closed, and you’re after a nice, quiet place to relax and refuel?

While it is true that Surf Snowdonia itself does little camping pods, the winner is clear to us in the form of our fantastic S-Pods. We can’t think of any better way to glamp, with super-cosy double beds, electricity, a little kitchen, oven, microwave, and even hot tubs with some of our S-Pods, we’re the best place to be for a glamping experience just as memorable as the attraction you’ve come to see.

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