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Anglesey Lakeside Lodges

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Anglesey Lakeside Lodges is part of our Autograph Lodge Holidays Collection and enjoys a truly breath-taking location surrounded by the majestic countryside and tranquil rolling hills of Anglesey.
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On the west coast of Wales within the beautiful Snowdonia National Park, Barmouth Bay is an award winning park offering a unique blend of sea and mountain, with magnificent walks, orienteering, mountain biking and golf nearby.
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Bron Eifion Lodges

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Offering you a tranquil base for exploring the Llyn Peninsula and Snowdonia National Park, these comfortable lodges and fishing lakes are perfect for a peaceful break at any time of year.
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Set in secluded grounds within the Shropshire border with Wales, this small park boasts fantastic views of Chirk Castle.
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Bryn Caled Cottages

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Bryn Caled Cottages is part of our Daisy Door Cottage Style Collection, lovingly restored from former Welsh farm buildings to create two detached luxury cottages in a stunning location overlooking the picturesque village of Llanuwchllyn and the Aran Mountain.
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Nature-lovers: treat yourself to a holiday at the foothills of Snowdon in unrivalled, beautiful surroundings.
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Ceiriog Valley Apartments is part of our Daisy Door Cottage Style Collection, nestling peacefully in the picturesque Glyn Ceiriog Valley and just a short drive from the market town of Llangollen.
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Clwydian View at ParcFarm is part of our exclusive Bouja Luxury Boutique Breaks Collection.
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Set in beautifully landscaped grounds and surrounded by peaceful countryside, this park offers a haven of rural tranquility just two miles from historic Chester.
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Nestled peacefully in the wonderful Shropshire countryside, this exclusive cluster of luxury lodges offers the perfect escape for couples or families looking to kick back and relax in an idyllic location.
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Glampio Gelli Glamping

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Glampio Gelli Glamping, is part of our Bouja collection and is a tranquil and peaceful family run glamping park situated within Pen Y Bont Touring Park, just a short walk to Llyn Tegid (Lake Bala) and the town of Bala which is centrally located in North Wales and a gateway to the Snowdonia National Park, and all it’s attractions including Pistyll Rhaeadr, the highest waterfall in Wales.
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Glan Morfa Lodge Retreat is part of our Daisy Door Cottage Style Collection, a selection of lovingly restored holiday cottages on the stunning Isle of Anglesey in North Wales.
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Golden Gate

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Golden Gate Holiday Centre offers a wide range of facilities as a family orientated park with a selection of accommodations located on both Golden Gate Holiday Centre and Whitehouse Holiday Park.
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Golden Sands Holiday Park Rhyl has over 85 years history of fun filled holidays.
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Henlle Hall Cottages is part of our Daisy Door Cottage style Collection, a rural idyll nestling in 17 glorious acres of parkland encompassing Henlle Hall, an exquisite Georgian country house set peacefully on the English–Welsh borders.
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north-wales-and-snowdonia Park & Visitor Guide

North Wales and Snowdonia are a playground for families seeking adventure and relaxation. From scaling the heights of Mount Snowdon, the highest peak in Wales, to exploring the stunning coastline, there's something for everyone. Foodies will love the local Welsh cakes and hearty meals after a day of activities. For an interesting fact, Snowdonia boasts over 100 lakes, offering plenty of water sports opportunities. Opting for a family break at a UK holiday park in this region means convenience and variety at your doorstep. It's the ultimate way to experience the great outdoors with all the comforts of home, making it an easy, stress-free getaway.

Have You Discovered UK Holiday Parks?

These self-contained resorts offer caravans, lodges, and sometimes tents or glamping pods. You can enjoy a range of facilities including swimming pools, entertainment venues, kids' clubs, and restaurants. They're designed for families looking for a break where everything is on your doorstep!

Holiday parks offer more space and freedom than hotels, such as separate bedrooms, living areas, and your own outdoor space. With the added bonus of on-site amenities and entertainment. They're self-catering too, saving money on dining out.

Going for a UK holiday park means you can forget about stressful airports, and luggage restrictions, and you can pack the car with as many of your home comforts as you like. Plus, you're contributing to the local economy and reducing your carbon footprint.

Why Take Your 2024 Family Holiday Park Break in North Wales And Snowdonia?

North Wales and Snowdonia are a mix of stunning landscapes, from towering mountains to serene beaches. It's got a rich tapestry of history, with castles and steam railways, but it's far from stuck in the past.

In 2024, keep an eye out for unique festivals like the Llandudno Victorian Extravaganza. Holiday parks here offer a different vibe compared to hotels - more relaxed, with nature right on your doorstep. What's unique? It's the blend of adventure and tranquillity, all accessible from your holiday park base.

If you're visiting North Wales And Snowdonia with kids

Absolutely, this area is a playground for kids. From adventure parks to beaches, there's plenty to keep them entertained. Holiday parks in the UK, especially here, are designed with families in mind, offering activities and facilities for kids.

Main attractions include Zip World for thrill-seekers, Bounce Below's underground trampolines, and the Ffestiniog Railway for a scenic journey.

  1. Comfortable walking shoes for exploring
  2. Swimwear for the beaches and pools
  3. Rain gear - just in case
  4. Sunscreen and hats for sunny days
  5. Camera or smartphone for capturing memories

Pet Friendly North Wales And Snowdonia Adventures

North Wales and Snowdonia are great for pets. Many places welcome furry friends, including The Ty Coch Inn, Porthdinllaen, and The Saracens Head in Beddgelert.

Tips? Always check pet policies before booking, and remember to pack for your pet too - think water bowls, leads, and their favourite toys.

Dog walking ideas in North Wales And Snowdonia

Route Distance (miles) Scenery Postcode
Llyn Padarn 5 Lake and woodland LL55 4TY
Conwy Mountain 3.5 Mountain and coast LL32 8ER
Betws-y-Coed Varies Forest and river LL24 0AL
Newborough Beach Varies Beach and forest LL61 6SG
Anglesey Coastal Path Varies Coastline LL65 1YH

Dining at the park, or heading out

Many holiday parks have on-site restaurants, offering convenience after a day of exploring. Local cuisine? Think Welsh lamb, seafood, and of course, Welsh cakes. For families, The Beach Hut in Holyhead is a hit. Couples might enjoy Signatures Restaurant in Conwy for a special night out.

Outdoor Family Adventures

North Wales and Snowdonia are hubs for outdoor activities. Zip World offers high-flying adventures, while Surf Snowdonia caters to wave riders. Prices vary, but budget around £20-£100 per person. Check seasonal opening times, as many outdoor centres are weather-dependent.

Nearby shopping

Name Type On Offer Postcode
Llandudno Retail Park Shopping Centre High-street brands LL30 1PJ
Betws-y-Coed Craft Shops Local Crafts Handmade gifts LL24 0AE
Bangor High Street Shopping Street Independent shops LL57 1NY
Portmeirion Village Unique Shops Italianate village shops LL48 6ER
Caernarfon Market Local Market Local produce and crafts LL55 2NN

Top Parks for 2024 in North Wales And Snowdonia

Green Pastures Park, Gwynedd

Driving Distance: 1 hour 20 minutes | Sleeps: up to 8 | Pet friendly? Yes

Green Pastures Park

About this park: Green Pastures Park, nestled in the heart of Gwynedd, is a serene getaway offering a blend of luxury and nature, with its stunning views of Snowdonia, spacious family lodges, and direct access to beautiful beaches. This park is an ideal retreat for those looking to explore the natural beauty of North Wales.

For the kids - Green Pastures Park is a haven for children, featuring a well-equipped outdoor playground, a mini-golf course, and a dedicated entertainment programme during peak seasons. The park also offers nature trails and beach access, perfect for adventurous families looking to explore the outdoors.

What's on-site? The park boasts a variety of on-site amenities including a heated indoor swimming pool, a cosy restaurant serving local cuisine, a convenience store for all your essentials, and a spa offering relaxing treatments. The swimming pool area is designed with families in mind, providing a safe and enjoyable environment for children of all ages.

What's nearby? Just a 30-minute drive away, you can visit the world-famous Zip World Velocity, where you can experience the fastest zip line in the world (tickets around £99 per person). For a more relaxed day out, the Ffestiniog & Welsh Highland Railways is only a 20-minute drive, offering scenic train rides through the heart of Snowdonia (family tickets around £60).

Accommodation options: Green Pastures Park offers a range of accommodation options from cosy two-bedroom lodges perfect for couples to spacious four-bedroom lodges ideal for larger families or groups. Many of the lodges are pet friendly, ensuring your furry friends can join in on the family fun.


Seaside Haven Resort, Conwy

Driving Distance: 1 hour | Sleeps: up to 6 | Pet friendly? No

Seaside Haven Resort

About this park: Seaside Haven Resort in Conwy is a family-oriented holiday park that offers an unforgettable seaside experience with its direct beach access, modern facilities, and a wide range of activities tailored for all ages, making it the perfect spot for a fun-filled family holiday.

For the kids - The resort shines when it comes to entertaining the little ones, featuring a bustling kids' club, indoor and outdoor play areas, and a variety of water sports available on the beach. The park also organises family-friendly shows and activities during the evenings.

What's on-site? On-site, guests can enjoy multiple dining options ranging from fast food to fine dining, a well-stocked supermarket, and a leisure complex that includes a state-of-the-art gym, an indoor swimming pool with a dedicated children's area, and a luxurious spa.

What's nearby? Adventure awaits just a short drive away at the Conwy Castle, a 20-minute drive, where families can explore the medieval fortress (entry around £9.50 for adults, £5.70 for children). The Welsh Mountain Zoo is also nearby, just a 15-minute drive, offering a chance to see rare and endangered species (family tickets around £44.90).

Accommodation options: Seaside Haven Resort provides a variety of stylish and comfortable accommodation options, from deluxe caravans suitable for couples to premium three-bedroom lodges for families or groups. Please note, this resort does not accommodate pets.


Mountain View Retreats, Denbighshire

Driving Distance: 1 hour 15 minutes | Sleeps: up to 10 | Pet friendly? Yes

Mountain View Retreats

About this park: Mountain View Retreats offers a unique holiday experience with its breathtaking mountain views, luxurious lodges, and an array of outdoor activities, making it the perfect base for exploring the natural beauty of Denbighshire and the surrounding areas of North Wales.

For the kids - This park is a paradise for young adventurers, featuring horse riding, mountain biking, and hiking trails right on the doorstep. The park also offers a climbing wall and an archery range, ensuring that there's never a dull moment for the kids.

What's on-site? The retreat boasts an on-site restaurant focusing on locally sourced ingredients, a quaint café, and a farm shop selling fresh produce. The highlight is the outdoor heated pool, which offers stunning views of the surrounding mountains, providing a truly unique swimming experience.

What's nearby? The historic town of Llangollen is just a 20-minute drive away, home to the Llangollen Railway where you can enjoy a steam train ride through the Dee Valley (family tickets around £43). For thrill-seekers, the Bounce Below underground trampolines are a 40-minute drive, offering a unique subterranean adventure (tickets around £25 per person).

Accommodation options: Accommodation at Mountain View Retreats ranges from luxury two-bedroom lodges ideal for couples to expansive five-bedroom lodges that can accommodate larger families or groups. The park is also pet friendly, welcoming your four-legged family members.


Lakeside Leisure Park, Flintshire

Driving Distance: 45 minutes | Sleeps: up to 5 | Pet friendly? Yes

Lakeside Leisure Park

About this park: Lakeside Leisure Park is a picturesque holiday destination in Flintshire, offering a tranquil lakeside setting, a range of family-friendly activities, and cosy accommodation, making it an ideal choice for those seeking a peaceful retreat close to North Wales and Snowdonia.

For the kids - The park is equipped with a children's play area, a mini-golf course, and pedal boats available for hire on the lake. During the summer months, the park organises family-friendly activities and entertainment, ensuring fun for all ages.

What's on-site? Guests can enjoy the on-site café, which serves a selection of snacks and light meals, a convenience store for all your holiday essentials, and a clubhouse offering evening entertainment. The park also features a fishing lake for those interested in angling.

What's nearby? Chester Zoo, one of the UK's largest and most beloved zoos, is just a 30-minute drive away (family tickets around £95.80). For history enthusiasts, the Flint Castle is a mere 20-minute drive, offering a glimpse into the past with free entry.

Accommodation options: Lakeside Leisure Park offers a range of accommodation options, from charming two-bedroom caravans perfect for couples to three-bedroom lodges suitable for families or small groups. The park is pet friendly, so your pets are welcome to join the holiday fun.


Family Days Out In North Wales And Snowdonia

Planning a trip to one of the holiday parks in North Wales and Snowdonia? You're in for a treat! This region is packed with attractions that cater to every member of the family. From adrenaline-pumping adventures to educational yet fun days out, here are the top 6 attractions that you simply can't miss.

Zip World Penrhyn Quarry

  • Opening Times: 09:00 - 17:00 daily
  • Prices: From £70 per person
  • Postcode: LL57 4YG
  • Est. time required: 2-3 hours
  • Nearest parking: On-site

Zip World offers the fastest zip line in the world and the longest in Europe. It's perfect for thrill-seekers. The Velocity 2 zip line will have you flying over the stunning quarry lake at speeds of over 100mph. They've also added a quarry kart experience, which is a blast. Best time to visit? Early morning to beat the crowds. Tip: Dress warmly, even in summer, it can get chilly at those speeds!

GreenWood Family Park

  • Opening Times: 10:00 - 17:30 during peak season
  • Prices: Adults £16.50, Children £15.95
  • Postcode: LL55 3AD
  • Est. time required: Full day
  • Nearest parking: On-site

GreenWood Family Park is an eco-friendly adventure park that's perfect for younger kids. With rides, crafts, and shows, there's plenty to keep the little ones entertained. The Solar Splash water ride is a must-do. Visit during off-peak times for shorter queues. Tip: Check out their events calendar for special activities during school holidays.

Conwy Castle

  • Opening Times: 09:30 - 17:00 daily
  • Prices: Adults £9.90, Children £5.95
  • Postcode: LL32 8AY
  • Est. time required: 2-3 hours
  • Nearest parking: Town Centre

Conwy Castle is a medieval masterpiece. Its towers offer breathtaking views of the town and sea. It's a hit with families who love exploring historical sites. The castle often hosts events like medieval fairs, adding to the experience. Best visited in the morning or late afternoon to avoid crowds. Tip: Don't miss walking the town walls for free.

Ffestiniog & Welsh Highland Railways

  • Opening Times: Varies, check website
  • Prices: From £25.50 per adult
  • Postcode: LL48 6ER
  • Est. time required: Half to full day
  • Nearest parking: Porthmadog Harbour Station

Experience the beauty of Snowdonia from the comfort of a historic steam train. The journey takes you through the heart of the national park, offering stunning views. It's a relaxing day out for the whole family. Tip: Book the Pullman carriage for a luxury experience, including meals served at your seat.

Bodnant Garden

  • Opening Times: 10:00 - 17:00 daily
  • Prices: Adults £14.00, Children £7.00
  • Postcode: LL28 5RE
  • Est. time required: 3-4 hours
  • Nearest parking: On-site

Bodnant Garden, managed by the National Trust, is a horticultural haven. With 80 acres of gardens, there's plenty to explore, including the famous Laburnum Arch. Spring and early summer are the best times to visit when the gardens are in full bloom. Tip: Bring a picnic to enjoy by the river.

Snowdon Mountain Railway

  • Opening Times: 09:00 - 17:00 daily
  • Prices: From £31.00 per adult
  • Postcode: LL55 4TY
  • Est. time required: 2-3 hours
  • Nearest parking: Llanberis

For those who want to experience the summit of Snowdon without the hike, the Snowdon Mountain Railway is your answer. The journey offers incredible views of the surrounding area. It's popular, so booking in advance is recommended, especially during summer. Tip: Check the weather before you go; it can be very different at the summit.

Whether you're staying at one of the holiday parks in North Wales and Snowdonia or just visiting for the day, these attractions offer something for everyone in the family. Remember, booking in advance can often save you time and sometimes even money. Enjoy your adventure in North Wales and Snowdonia!

FAQs

This is our first stay on a holiday park, what will it be like?

Expect a blend of relaxation and adventure. Holiday parks in North Wales and Snowdonia, like Hafan y Môr and Greenacres, offer a mix of outdoor activities, entertainment, and comfy accommodations. You'll find pools, play areas for kids, and sometimes even spas for adults. It's like a mini-village where everything you need is right on your doorstep.

What should I pack when visiting North Wales And Snowdonia?

Pack layers! The weather can be unpredictable. Include waterproofs for those rainy days and sturdy shoes for exploring. Don't forget swimwear for the pool and a camera for capturing the stunning scenery. If you're staying in a self-catering lodge, basics like salt, pepper, and cooking oil might be handy too.

Is North Wales And Snowdonia a good place to visit ‘off-season’?

Absolutely! Off-season visits mean fewer crowds and often cheaper rates. The landscapes of Snowdonia are breathtaking in autumn and winter. Plus, many parks, like Trearddur Bay, offer indoor facilities, so you can enjoy swimming and entertainment, no matter the weather. Just check park opening times as some may vary seasonally.

Will my hot tub be cleaned before we arrive?

Yes, definitely. Parks with hot tub facilities, such as Plas Coch, ensure thorough cleaning and water testing between guests for your safety and comfort. You can usually jump in shortly after arrival, ready to relax under the stars.

Can we bring our pets to the holiday park?

Many parks in North Wales and Snowdonia are pet-friendly, like Brynteg. They understand pets are part of the family. You'll find designated walking areas and sometimes even special pet-friendly accommodations. Just check the park's pet policy when booking.

How do we book activities, and do they need to be booked in advance?

For popular activities, especially in peak season, booking in advance is wise. Parks like Snowdonia View offer online booking portals for convenience. Some activities can be booked upon arrival, but to guarantee your spot, especially for things like zip-lining or guided tours, pre-booking is recommended.

What’s the best way to explore the local area?

Renting a bike or bringing your own is a fantastic way to see the sights. Many parks are close to cycle paths that showcase the stunning landscapes. For a unique adventure, try the Ffestiniog & Welsh Highland Railways for scenic views you can't access by foot.

Are there any grocery stores nearby?

Most holiday parks in North Wales and Snowdonia have on-site shops for essentials. For a wider selection, local towns often have supermarkets or charming local markets. Pwllheli, near many holiday parks, has a great range of shops for stocking up.

Is there WiFi in the holiday parks?

Yes, the majority of parks offer WiFi, either free or for a small fee. It's perfect for sharing your holiday snaps or checking out local attractions. However, the signal can be weaker in more remote areas, so prepare for a bit of digital detox.

What’s the best park for families with young children?

Hafan y Môr is a hit for families. With its indoor pool, adventure golf, and various kids’ clubs, it caters to all ages. The park's accommodations are designed with families in mind, ensuring a comfortable and stress-free stay.

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