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Why not take the adventure home with you?
We have Garmin VIRB headcams for hire so you can capture your Zip World experience every step of the way. You can then watch your adventure any time and share with friends and family! You can even overlay your speed onto your video!
A modern, bistro-style venue with locally sourced delights
The Blondin Restaurant is located at Zip World Penrhyn Quarry in Bethesda. It's a modern, bistro-style venue featuring locally sourced delights.
Join us every Sunday at the Blondin Restaurant for the nation’s favourite traditional British food with a Welsh twist. Our Sunday roasts are made with only the best locally sourced ingredients and are a new addition to our menu this year. Enjoy Welsh roast beef or lamb with homemade accompaniments in our fantastic venue, along with stunning views of the Snowdonia country-side and Velocity 2. Book your table now and don’t miss out on our delicious Sunday roasts!Book a Table at Blondin
Open seven days a week, the Blondin Restaurant will serve drinks, coffee and cakes, as well as snacks and meals. The 150 cover restaurant offers a combination of indoor seating and an outdoor terrace with views across the famous slate mine and over the turquoise waters of the lake in Penrhyn Quarry. Just metres above the terrace is the fastest zip wire in the world, Velocity 2, affording diners the sight of adventure close up.
The Blondin Restaurant name celebrates the development of innovative equipment in Welsh slate quarrying history and the links to today’s Velocity 2 adventure at Penrhyn Quarry. ‘The Blondin’ was a type of aerial ropeway developed to transport slate in open quarries in North Wales, named after the 18th century tightrope walker Charles Blondin. Examples of these were used throughout Penrhyn Quarry with the nickname of ‘Jerry Ms’.
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Zip World Penrhyn Quarry, Bethesda