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y Den Pwllheli

  • Pwllheli
  • Indoor
  • Ages 0-12
  • Indoor and Soft Play Areas

Attraction Information

The Den is an indoor play centre suitable for children under the age of 12 (or under 49).

The play centre is in 3 large sections: a safe play zone for small babies; a section for under 2s with a ball pool and mini soft play equipment; then there's the bigger main play area which includes 2 pretty epic slides, a ball lagoon to get lost in, climbing nets, biff bash, mirrored mini maze and all sorts of tunnels to creep through pretending you're underground with the big and brave jobs!

There's also an area for parents and grandparents to relax while they observe with comfortable sofas and full service cafe which prides itself on particularly delicious cakes. They will take 10 and a diet coke, please!

Parental areas are all on the ground floor and boasts wide doors for easy wheel and pushchair access to all areas plus disabled toilets. The Den also does lovely kids' birthday parties (that's lovely parties for all sorts of kids!) in a private room with celebratory decor.

Opening hours

Monday to Friday 11:00 - 17:00

Saturday to Sunday 10:00 - 18:00


Adults: Free

Under 1's: £2.50

Toddlers (1-3): £3.95

Kids (4+): £4.95

Travel & Contact Information


11 Lower Cardiff road, Pwllheli, Gwynedd, LL53 5BY, Wales

Phone number

01758 614111



Click here to visit y Den Pwllheli's website.

FAQ & Additional Information

Yes, there is parking nearby.

The main car park is situated less than 2 minutes walk away.

Yes, there are toilets and baby changing facilities.

Yes, there are baby changing facilities.

y Den Pwllheli has not told us if you can bring a picnic.

There is a baby food/milk warming facility at the attraction.

Yes, there is an onsite restaurant and snacks are available.

Yes, y Den Pwllheli is wheelchair friendly.

Yes, y Den Pwllheli have stated they are pushchair friendly.

No pets are allowed.

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