5 Fab Free Things To Do

We all know the cost of living has gone up recently, and, when you book a holiday, the costs don’t just stop with the accommodation. There are days out, lunches, ice creams, entrance fees, and so on. They all add up. So, we’ve put together Five Fab Free Things To Do during your stay at Nyth Robin.

We also try to help with budgeting for your holiday by keeping our prices as simple as possible, without lots of pricey extras. Click here for prices and availability for both glamping and touring pitches.

5 Fab Free Things To Do

1: Go Walking

There are lots of walking options from or around Nyth Robin to suit all ages and abilities. From gentle strolls along the beach to waterfalls or mountain day hikes up Cadair Idris. You can check out a few suggestions on our website. We also have maps and books to borrow when on-site, and we’re always around to ask for advice!

2: Day At The Beach

Nearby Aberdyfi beach is great for both kids and dogs, and both equally love running around the sand dunes and swimming in the sea! There are plenty of dog-friendly bits all year round, and there are cafes, shops pubs, and toilets all in the village should you need.

3: Explore Castle Ruins

Explore the nearby ruins of Castell-Y-Bere. Although now ruins, there are still distinctive remains of a 1220s Welsh Castle. Spend the day exploring and imagine what once stood there. Great for kids

Or head to Castell Aberystwyth. Built in 1277, this once was one of the greatest in Wales, and it frequently changed hands between the English and the Welsh before falling into disrepair.

4. Visit the Yarn Bombing Project at Llwyngwril

Head up the coast, past Tywyn, on the most scenic stretch of road, to the pretty village of Llwyngwril.

Llwyngwril is sometimes known as the knitted village because in the summer you’ll find the village adorned with all sorts of knitted decorations, from hanging flower baskets, to farmers on quad bikes with their faithful sheepdog! It’s a spectacular community project to raise funds for Y Ganolfan (Llwyngwril community hall).

5. Watch The Sunset in Tywyn

We love a good sunset and Tywyn seafront is the best location to watch the sun disappear over the horizon. On a warm, sunny evening, you can almost hear the ‘hiss’ of the sun when it hits the sea!

6: Do nothing!

It’s not often we get the chance to truly stop and do nothing, and Nyth Robin is a great place for that. We’ve plenty of space and lots of places to sit and ponder. Or we’ve games/jigsaws/books in reception to borrow if you need some light entertainment!

Ok so that was actually 6 not 5 free things to do, but we’re not sure if doing nothing is doing something?