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Month: November 2016

Gardens of North Wales to visit this winter

If you’re holidaying in one of our North Wales caravan parks anytime soon, there are a range of beautiful gardens with an incredible rich and eventful history and heritage to be explored. Trees have been planted to mark royal romances from years ago and exotic guests and landscaped lawns could be responsible for North Wales…

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Trails and walks in Denbighshire

With miles upon miles of rolling fields and lush green valleys to explore, as well as the Clwydian Range and the coastal dunes, Denbighshire is home to some of the best and most varied walks in North Wales. With our Rhyl caravan parks located in a prime position within the county there are plenty of…

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Bag yourself a bargain – buy a golf course!

A beautiful golf course in North Wales is up for grabs, and it won’t break the bank as much as you might expect. The course, which prides itself as being ‘probably the most beautiful one in the world’, has gone on sale at a surprisingly discounted price tag. Dolgellau Golf Club was established in 1911…

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Five of the best farm shops in North Wales

Farm shops are plentiful across Wales, offering a selection of the very best food and drink you can both sample and take home. They showcase only the best produce from the surrounding local area, with many of the items even being produced on site! Here’s five great farm shops you can visit near our North…

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Relocate to Lyons Holiday Parks

You may think that moving your caravan to a new location is a hard job, but it is actually a lot easier than you think. Here at Lyons, we can offer you a great choice of plots to choose from, as well a range of affordable site fee options. Our North Wales caravan parks are…

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Activities to keep you warm in Wales this winter!

Just because the temperature has fallen doesn’t mean that you should. North Wales offers a range of activities that are available to do – if not better done – in the colder months. The stunning scenery, dramatic cliff edges and, of course, the great Mount Snowdon itself means the cold won’t be the only thing…

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Fantastic festive pantomimes happening in North Wales this festive season

The holidays are coming, lights are going up in towns across the country, the cold weather is setting in and mince pies and mulled wine line the shelves in shops, but there is another fun thing that  returns at this time of year… pantomimes! There is lots of festive fun near our North Wales holiday parks from…

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Get into the festive spirit with the Llandudno Christmas Fayre

Located near one of our holiday parks in North Wales, Pendyffryn Hall, Llandudno is a classic Victorian seaside resort and was named the third best place to visit in the UK by TripAdvisor. This weekend, from the 17th to the 20th November, Llandudno will be hosting its Christmas Fayre, one of the largest Christmas markets in…

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Dig Out Your Bike and Explore North Wales

North Wales has been blessed with some on best cycling paths and trails in the UK. If pedal power is your thing, there are lots of opportunities to dig out your helmet and bike and explore some of the best cycle paths North Wales has to offer. Cycling is a great sport for the winter! Ok,…

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Time lapse video shows the work behind the ‘Weeping Window’

A breath-taking time lapse video has been released by 14 – 18 NOW, the UK’s art programme for the WWI centenary, showing the meticulous work that went into building the moving sculpture at Caernarfon Castle, just a short distance from our North Wales caravan parks. The ‘Weeping Window’ poppy display has been hugely popular, with close…

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