• Llanfair Caverns & Farm Park


    Llanfair Caverns & Farm Park is about eight miles north of Barmouth, including the drive along the fantastic coastal road that heads north. The farm park is really friendly. We are lucky enough (?!) to have 3 and 5 year olds and the farm park always makes them happy. It’s currently £21 for a family of four and this includes a return pass (just ask on leaving) for use within seven days. It’s not just animals; a lot of thought has gone into providing enjoyable things for young children to enjoy. Including a new barn with a large soft play area, a small crazy golf area and lots of kiddie tractors. And great views of the bay.

    But back to the animals. For 50 pence or so, you buy a bag of animal food and every animal in the park will want a piece of the action. There are handwashing stations galore and parents, grandparents and guardians administering handwashes galore!

    Llanfair Animal Farm Park

    Stroking the rabbits at Llanfair Animal Farm Park

    At Penbryn Mynach we attract a lot of different party groups. Not everyone in a party of 12 or so wants to spend their time at a farm park or has young children to entertain. The great thing about the farm park is that it is on the same site as its sister attraction, Llanfair Slate Caverns. You drive higher up to get to the caverns and the views of the bay are that bit better! The price is the same but the experience is very different to the farm park.

    Llanfair Slate Caverns

    Slate cavern at Llanfair Slate Caverns

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