Local Attractions

Although appearing to be a quiet mountainous area, there’s plenty to do for all ages!

Enjoy a peaceful and tranquil day fishing for your tea on Trawsfynydd Lake (Wales’ third largest lake), whether it be for wild native brown trout, rainbows, perch or rudd. Fishing time is from 8.00 a.m. to one hour after sunset as follows :

Brown Trout:
March to September
February to December
Coarse Fishing:
February to December

Fishing Boats also available for hire. 
Permits and further details obtainable from the Newsagents, Trawsfynydd or hook your “line” onto this: fishing@trawsfynyddlake.fsnet.co.uk
Tel.no: (01766) 540 234

Other attractions within 15 minutes of the village:
• Maesgwm Mountain Bike and Forest Visitor Centre, Ganllwyd
• Crawcwellt-Iron Age Settlement about 2 miles south of Trawsfynydd
Tomen y Mur – Roman fort and site of Norman Castle, about 3 miles north of Trawsfynydd
• Llechwedd Slate Caverns, Blaenau Ffestiniog
• Ffestiniog Railway, Blaenau Ffestiniog Terminus
• The Italianate Village of Portmeirion
• Busy Harbour Town of Porthmadog with its Leisure Centre/Swimming Pool
• The old Market Town of Dolgellau

Other attractions within 25 minutes of the village:
Coed y Brenin – www.mbwales.com

• The seaside resort of Barmouth with its Leisure Centre and Nightclub
• Harlech with its ancient castle and nearby swimming pool
• The thriving market town of Bala with its Leisure Centre /Swimming Pool
• National White Water Centre at Canolfan Tryweryn near Bala.
• Narrow Gauge Bala Lake Railway
• The Picturesque village of Beddgelert

Llys Ednowain


Trawsfynydd has a range of accommodate to suit all tastes and budgets


Llys Ednowain