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Ty Mawr is a lively holiday park with a good range of facilities including an indoor pool with flume, kids clubs and evening entertainment. If you can tear yourself away from the park you can make the most of the seaside town of Rhyl with its promenade, shops and funfair. For a more peaceful outing you could explore the stunning scenery of Snowdonia which is ideal for nature lovers.
This holiday park has many repeat visitors and it's easy to see why. With so much going on the children will have a ball and make lots of new friends at the kids clubs. The indoor pool provides hours of entertainment and has a twisting flume which is great fun. There is also an adventure playground for the little ones to run around and for older children there is an all weather multi-sports court where you can join in with team games such as football and rounders.
Holidays are all about relaxing and having fun. You can enjoy a quiet drink and a meal in Farm House Inn while the kids are off having fun and the Rendezvous Diner offers a takeaway meaning there is no need to cook if you don't want to. When the sun goes down you can head over to The Sands Showbar and enjoy the professional cabaret shows.
- Indoor heated fun pool with flume
- Water Resorts programme
- Sports Resorts programme
- All-weather multi-sports court
- Family entertainment
- Sands Showbar
- Sparky's Krew shows
- Sparky's Krew for 511s
- The Mix for 1216+
- Coco's Entertainment Venue
- Farm House Inn serving bar meals
- Fish 'n' Chip shop
- Rendezvous Diner and takeaway
- Children's adventure playground
- ParkMart store
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