Country Properties Near Bala
Bala is famous for events like white water canoeing, swimming, cycling and triathlons. It has a good selection of gentle as well as adventurous activities. Much of the action is centred on 4½-mile-long Llyn Tegid, the largest natural lake in Wales.
Nearby River Tryweryn is another major aquatic asset, providing reliable white water, even during the summer when many rivers are low. Bala is one of the few Welsh towns with ‘Walkers are Welcome’ accreditation (www.walkersarewelcome.org).
Scenic paths include a walk around the lake (you can also ride along its southern shore on the narrow-gauge Bala Lake Railway). There’s inspiring cycling too, with six way-marked bike routes overlooked by the Aran and Arenig mountains.
Children will love the location, usually on a real working farm, while parents will appreciate the high quality of the accommodation as well as the peaceful beauty of the countryside.
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