Autism Family Holidays

Llŷn Peninsula - North Wales   

The aim is to provide an autism-specific, safe, non-judgemental, relaxing holiday for the whole family.

Autism Family Holidays is a small family business run by Will and Andi who have a long history of working with young people on the autism spectrum, and their families.

Supporting families with a child or children on the autism spectrum with additional complex behaviours has made us aware how difficult it can be to have a family holiday together. We aim to address a gap in the market by offering self-catering holiday accommodation and a bespoke service for guests with autism and complex behaviours and their families/friends.

While we respect the need for families to choose whether or not they take a break as a family, we wish to promote holidays which the whole family can share together. 

The Ty Glyn Davis Trust

The centre is a single-storey building which can accommodate 16 people in 9 bedrooms. There is a purpose built bathroom with powered shower, changing bench and hoist. The centre is set among woodlands on the banks of the river Aeron, just outside the harbour town of Aberaeron. Sandy beaches where seals and dolphins can be watched are a short drive along the coast road. Around the centre you can find lots of wildlife as well as a woodland walk which leads to a walled garden, to which visitors have unlimited access. There is also an adventure playground in the garden. The centre may be used for the benefit of people with disabilities by groups, schools and families with disabled members or others with special needs, accompanied by their carers. It can also be used by relevant organisations for training and related purposes and by adults out of season.


Provides specialist courses for those with learning or physical disabilities. The Centre provides accommodation, full board and day and evening activity programmes tailored to the needs of each individual. The Centre provides a range of activities including: climbing; abseiling; caving; Canadian canoeing; kayaking; archery; assault course; zip wire; hill walking; orienteering; SRT; artificial caving; climbing wall; discos; bingo; skittles; art and crafts; large screen TV; quizzes; badger watch evenings; farm visits; scavenger hunts. The Red Ridge Centre is licensed by the Adventure Activity Licensing Authority and is a founder member of Adventure for All, a group of leading outdoor centres dedicated to enabling persons of all abilities to participate in outdoor pursuits.