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The Best Parks to Visit in North Wales

Living in North Wales presents endless opportunity to get involved in numerous outdoor activities. For a small region, North Wales has created a good rapport as one of Britain’s most popular tourist destination. From breath-taking views of the rugged, mountainous landscapes to the magnificent seaside towns, locals and visitors can experience the welcoming, exciting and…

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The Snowdon

Mountain Biking Heaven: Why You Need To Climb The Snowdon. Standing tall at 1,085m, Snowdon is the highest Mountain in all of Wales and also happens to be the second highest point (after Scotland) in the British Isles. The mountain is the backdrop of the exceptional Snowdonia National Park and should be on the bucket…

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Abersoch

Three of the Best Beaches in North Wales

Home to majestic mountains, stunning national parks as well as miles upon miles of sandy coastline, North Wales is arguably one of the most beautiful destinations in the United Kingdom. No matter if you visit during the warm and sunny summer months, or take a trip in the depths of Winter, North Wales is sure…

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Retreat

Five Reasons to Buy A Static Holiday Caravan In North Wales

Caravan holiday homes are becoming popular in North Wales. This is due to the regions high reputation as the hotspot for stunning scenery and adventure parks. It ranked fourth in on Lonely Planet’s list of Best in Travel in 2017. The local cuisines also make the area a favourite holiday site for most tourists. Even…

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Welsh Beach

The 5 Best Parks and Nature Attractions in North Wales

North Wales may be a small region but it has a wealth of beauty. Stretching from Anglesey to Gwynedd, North Wales is packed with sparkling beaches, majestic mountains, amazing heritage sites, vibrant fields and plunging mines. Whether you’re looking for fun things to do on the weekend or a place to relax and unwind, North…

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5 Reasons to Love and Visit Snowdonia in Winter

Winter escapes are the perfect way to explore and experience Snowdonia and its thrilling trails and historical sites. The solitude of winter offers ample opportunity to absorb this ethereal region’s fairy tale-like hold on the imagination. Not only do you beat the summer crowds, but the winter provides truly breath-taking vistas over the mountainous Snowdonia…

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North Wales – A Winter Wonderland!

Colder months don’t have to mean hibernation, and the dramatic coastlines of north Wales look even more spectacular at this time of year as well as the mountain peaks with their dusting of snow. The changing season makes this a perfect destination for some winter getaways for the whole family. Whether that’s walking, mountain skills,…

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View of Offa's Dyke Path in the Clwydian Range

Exploring the Clwydian Range and Dee Valley

The Clwydian Range and Dee Valley have some of the most stunning landscapes found in the UK. It is a fantastic location for walking and cycling, and there are plenty of places of interests and hidden gems to discover in the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The heather-covered moorland, ancient woods, limestone cliffs and steep…

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Bikes on the grass

Where’s Best for Cycling in North Wales?

It is not just the fantastic walking routes that North Wales boasts; there are a plethora or idyllic cycling trails that are car-free and give you a chance to admire the stunning scenery and breathe in the fresh Welsh air. Our static caravans for sale, North Wales are located close to many of the best…

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The lake at the foot of Snowdon

What Does it Take to Climb Snowdon?

At 1,085 metres in height, Snowdon is the tallest mountain in England and Wales and as such, a magnet for climbers and walkers of all levels of experience. There are five major walking routes up the mountain, and we’ve pooled together a checklist of what you need to consider before you take on the challenge,…

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