We're perfectly located for a number of wonderful attractions here in North Wales and even further afield.
Abersoch & North Wales Tourist Attractions
North Wales has so much to offer people who visit the area on holiday. Deucoch is located near to Abersoch which is a wonderful place to spend the day by the beach, but if you would like to explore the region here are a few places we highly recommend.
South Caernarvonshire Yacht Club
Founded in 1924, they have a proud history of hosting many prestigious championship events. Maintaining the highest standards both on the water and in our unique clubhouse overlooking Cardigan Bay, the Club offers unrivalled benefits to existing and new members.
Membership of the Club is currently open and the Club is committed to training and developing the sailing skills and knowledge of young people. Visitors are encouraged to come and enjoy our facilities in what must be one of the most spectacular sites in the UK.Visit their website
Portmeirion was created by the architect Clough Williams-Ellis from 1925 to 1976. He wanted to show how a naturally beautiful site could be developed without spoiling it.
Aside from its iconic architecture, scenic surroundings and vast woodland gardens, Portmeirion is home to hip hotels, a huddle of historic cottages, a spa and award winning restuarants. During peak season (Late March to Late October), you can learn more about this unique village with free walking and train tours.Visit their website
Greenwood Forest Park
Voted the Best Family Attraction in North Wales for 7 years, days out don’t get much better than at GreenWood Forest Park.
The park is located near Caernarfon which is just 30 minutes drive from Deucoch Caravan Park and offers a wonderful day for children and adults. With plenty of activities to keep everyone happy throughout the day.Visit their website
Bodnant Garden was voted the winner of "The National Trust Gardens Award" by National Trust members and visitors, and separately it was voted "The Favourite Garden in the Country" by Daily Telegraph readers.
It was created by successive generations of the McLaren family, but was primarily the creation of the 2nd Lord Aberconway (Henry McLaren) who gave it to the National Trust in 1949.
Highlights of the Garden include the grand formal Terraces facing south-west across the River Conwy to Snowdonia, the Pin Mill, an elegant Georgian building which in 1939 was moved from Gloucestershire to Bodnant Garden and the famous Laburnum Arch, a curved walk about 55 metres long covered with laburnum which produces a magnificent cascade of long yellow flowers in late May / early June.Visit their website
Surf Snowdonia is the worlds first inland surf lagoon and the only guaranteed surf breaks in the UK.
Their technology has allowed them to deliver a variety of wave profiles so beginners can surf alongside the professionals. They also offer surf tuition and the reliable waves makes this a family-friendly training arena for those that want to get out on the open water.
Located in Dolgarrog, near Conwy they can be reached within 1 hour of Deucoch.Visit their website
Glasfryn Parc is a great palce for all of the family. They offer something for everyone from Go Karting, Segways, Crazy Golf, Wakeboarding, Ten Pin Bowling, Soft Play Centre and much more.
This venue is wonderful for both outdoor and indoor activities so you can enjoy Glasfryn Parc throughout the season.
Homemade food is served every day and admission and parking is free to all guests.Visit their website