Food and Drink

Carboot Sales and Markets in North Wales

North Wales is an amazing part of the world to holiday in with its beautiful scenery and friendly people. Lyons Holiday Parks know this and that’s why they operate nine holiday parks in the area. Each park is staffed and run by local people who know where to go and what to see. They’ll tell…

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Make your way to North Wales

North wales is the ideal and favourite place for thrill stimulation for you, your family and friends. Whether you want to explore not only the world-class adrenaline activator or what North Wales offers, it is these in erasable experiences that you would like to encounter. Go for an expedite of the secret war bunkers of…

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Discover North Wales

North Wales is one location that attracts visitors from all around the world. The region is well endowed with natural resources such as mountains, forests, and water bodies. It also has a variety of hotels, some of which require self-service. You will be surprised to find out that it is possible to live in a…

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Magical North Wales

North Wales is unique in so many ways such that both locals and visitors are always left amazed after they explore the goodness of the region. There are a myriad of activities you can carry out and many awesome places to visit. When it comes to food, North Wales has got it all for family-friendly…

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Exploring North Wales: Snowdonia and Conwy

There is much to explore and see in North Wales, from castles to tiny houses and ancient monuments to breath-taking landscapes. If climbing Snowdon Mountain is not what you are looking for, you may want to start your day in the charming village of Betws y Coed. Snowdonia and the Conwy Valley has something for…

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Festive Treats

Welsh Christmas Traditions: How to Enjoy Them in North Wales

Wales has a rich history of unique winter and Christmas traditions, stemming from old pagan, Celtic and Christian customs. From Mari Lwyd in South Wales to Wassailing across the region, many of these customs have experienced a folk resurgence, being performed in cities, towns and villages across the country. Together, these traditions make fantastic wintry…

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Plate full of vegetables

North Wales’ Vegan Restaurants

November is World Vegan Month, celebrating and shedding light on how accessible and beneficial the vegan lifestyle can be. Vegan diets are becoming more and more popular as people are becoming more conscious of sustainable food sources and the impact the meat industry has on the environment. And restaurants are responding to this particular diet…

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Boat at night

Five of the Best Places to Eat Out in Rhyl

Rhyl is an amazing place to discover full of history and things to do, as we’ve talked about before. But after a day of exploring everything the seaside town has to offer, where should you go when you want something great to eat? We at Lyons wanted to share our five favourite places to go…

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fresh produce

5 of the Best Local Producers in North Wales

There’s something about the food that is produced and sourced in North Wales that seems to make it even more delicious than usual. The ingredients are always as fresh as can be, and it is this authentic nature that has contributed to Wales’ already sterling food reputation and has helped them to reach international acclaim.…

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Fish and Chips, North Wales

5 of the Best Fish and Chip Shops in North Wales

If there’s one thing Wales has mastered, it’s fish and chips, and a holiday to North Wales is the perfect opportunity to try the renowned curry sauce and chips combination if you haven’t already – it certainly gives the chips and gravy from their neighbours to the North a run for its money! However, whether…

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