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Fun Facts: 6 Things to Know About Betws-y-Coed

The village of Betws-y-Coed is one of Snowdonia’s most-visited places. Its location in Snowdonia National Park and good transport connections to the towns of Conwy and Llandudno on the coast make it a great place to visit when staying in our Wales holiday homes for sale. There is so much to do in and around…

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Fun Facts: 7 Things to Know About Beaumaris Castle

Beaumaris Castle, in the town of Beaumaris on the Isle of Anglesey, is a great place to for a day out with the family. Find out more about the amazing castle before your visit when staying at our caravans for sale North Wales. The castle was built as part of Edward I’s campaign to conquer…

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Fun Facts: 7 Things to Know About the Great Orme Tramway

The Great Orme Tramway has been a favourite attraction amongst visitors and locals of North Wales for over 100 years and it is likely to continue to do so for centuries to come! As it passes you by, you can’t help but smile and wave at the passengers and as you enjoy the ride, you…

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Fun Facts: 8 Things to Know About Caernarfon Castle

Caernarfon Castle is a top attraction in North Wales, and one of the most impressive castles found in the whole of the UK. What makes it so impressive? The entire fishing town of Caernarfon is within the castle’s walls, and it has been named a UNESCO World Heritage Site, making it a great destination for…

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Fun Facts: 7 Things to Know About Conwy

The town of Conwy is a popular place to visit in North Wales, due to its history. The walled town faces the mouth of the River Conwy and is a great place to take kids for the day out. There are plenty of attractions around the town, with the medieval castle being the highlight, so…

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Welsh Myths and Legends – King Arthur

Wales has a rich heritage that is entwined with magical myths and mystical legends. The stories have been passed down through many generations, as bedtime fables, tales by the fire or shared over a meal and a drink with friends, as people gather, the much-loved and celebrated legends are brought back to life. King Arthur…

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Owners Select Discount Location Guide

Your 2018 Owners Select Discount Location Guide is now available to collect from your Park office. Working with some the best tourist attractions and independent businesses in North Wales and Cumbria, this year’s guide is bigger and better than ever. Here are just a few of the locations at which our valued owners can receive…

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Fun Facts: Bodnant Gardens and Estate

Bodnant Gardens is one of the most popular attractions in North Wales and visitors come from all corners of the globe to see it with their own eyes. The gardens are world-renowned and celebrated, for their sheer beauty, design, variety and abundance of plants. The landscape has been carved and cared for, for hundreds of…

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Fun Facts: 8 Things to Know About Snowdon

Wales’ highest mountain, Snowdon, has drawn many people to North Wales over the years. Part of the Three Peaks Challenge, (Scarfell in England and Ben Nevis in Scotland being the other two) and where Snowdonia National Park gets its name, the mountain is a beautiful and majestic part of Wales’ history and geography. But how…

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Fun Facts Quiz: Test Your Knowledge on North Wales

Test your knowledge of this stunning part of Wales with part two of our fun fact series! The quiz will have you exercising all you have learnt about the area while staying in our North Wales caravan parks, with some tough questions and top, need-to-know facts. There are questions focused on the stunning natural landscape, the…

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