The Ashmount is located in the beautiful seaside town of Rhos on Sea, which is nestled in between Colwyn Bay and Llanddudno on the north coast of Wales. Those people looking for a relaxing holiday break need look no further than Rhos on sea, as it has plenty to offer every person and family.
With long flat promenade walks and cycle tracks, and many tea rooms, pubs and restaurants, whether in Rhos on sea or Llanddudno it is ideal for those seeking a peaceful relaxing holiday away from the hustle and bustle of city life.
For those looking for more adventure, Rhos on sea has excellent road links and after a 30-40 minute drive the more adventurous will find themselves at the heart of the Snowdonia National Park, offering beautiful panoramic views and walks for all levels. Family's are also catered for with beautiful beaches, parks and even a zoo in the local area.

Please see below for a short snapshot of what the area has to offer!!

Dare to be different! The UK's premier award winning High Ropes Centre. A great individual, family and group day out, with many activities to offer. Licensed cafe serving local products.

Open all year round. Booking advisable to avoid dissapointmnet.

Tree top adventure,
Betws-y-coed LL24 0HA

01690 710914

For family adventure visit Snowdonia's leading eco-attraction. Ride the people-powered Green Dragon rollercoaster, follow wales first BareFoot Trail and marvel at magnificent Forest Theatre entertainment.

Open mid-March to October

Greenwood Forest Park
Y Felinheli LL33 3AD
01248 670 076

Portmeirion is an architetechtural fantasy village on the coast of Snowdonia with shops restaurants, beaches, gardens and woodland walks

Open all year round with half price entry after 3.30pm

Near Porthmoadog LL48 6ER

01766 772311

From sharks to seahorses, see British marine life up close and personal! Whatever your age and whatever the weather, it's a splashing day out!

Open all year, daily from February to October inclusive, see website or call outside these times.

Anglesey Sea Zoo
Brynsiencyn, Anglesey LL61 6TQ
01248 670 076

With tropical butterflies, exotic birds, snakes, tarantulas, scorpions, lizards and much much more - it really is a jungle in here! An all ages, all weather attraction.

Open daily (weekends only in January until February half term).

Pili Pilas Nature World,
Menai Bridge, Anglesey LL59 5RP

01248 712474

Experiance the underground world of the Victorian Slate Miner. Ride the Miner's Tramway and walk beside the lake in the Deep Mine.

Open from 10.00am all year

Llechwedd Slate Caverns
Blaenau Ffestiniog LL41 3NB
0766 830306

Travel to the summit of Snowdon, the highest mountain in Wales, on the only rack and pinion railway

Trains run from mid-march to late october subject to passenger demand.

Snowdon Mountain Railway,
Llanberis LL55 4TY

0844 4938120

Go wild in Wales! Spend a perfect day at the National Zoo of Wales in the company of rare and endangered animals including snow leopards, Sumatran Tigers and Bactrian Camels.

Open all year except Christmas Day.

Welsh Mountain Zoo,
Colwyn Bay LL28 5UY
01492 532938

Mighty Caernarfon Castle - a World Heritage Site - is the most famous and perhaps, the most striking medieval monument in Wales.

Open all year. Except 24th,25th,26th December & 1st January

Caernarfon Castle,
Caernarfon LL55 2AY

01286 677617

A stunning Garden with a wide range of plants complemented by panoramic views across to the mountains of Snowdonia - a perfect day out!

Open late Feb to Mid November

Bodnant Gardens
Conwy LL28 5RE
01492 650460

Take a ride on the Tramway to the summit of the Great Orme on Britains only cable-hauled tramway and enjoy stunning views of Llandduno's sweeping bays.

Open mid March to end of October.

The Great Orme Tramway,
Llanddudno LL30 2NB

01492 879305

Use the links below to find out more!!