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Month: December 2017

Cocktails with a Welsh Twist to Mix Up on New Year’s Eve

The New Year is a time for celebrating, and what better way to celebrate than mixing up some delicious cocktails with a Welsh twist?! Whether you are seeing in the New Year with family and friends at home, or have opted for a weekend away with your loved one at our Wales caravans for sale,…

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A Guide for Beginners Climbing Mount Snowdon

The attraction of climbing a mountain lures many, with the snow-capped peaks, deep gorges, dramatic rock formations, woodlands and rivers and lakes, the natural beauty awarded for those who put the effort in to explore and hike one of the world’s greatest marvels is abundant! Climbing a mountain can be both exhilarating, rewarding and one…

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Why Betws-y-Coed Should Be On Your North Wales Bucket List

Betws-y-Coed is a village in the Conwy Valley, dubbed the ‘Gateway to Snowdonia’. The wonderful village has an Alpine feel, enhanced by the mountains and forests surrounding it, and it is the perfect place to enjoy the best of North Wales. Our Wales holiday homes for sale are in the perfect location for a day…

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Celebrate the New Year in the Snowdon Mountain Range

What better way to see in the New Year than to take yourselves and your family to one of the most majestic and beautiful places in the UK? The breath-taking mountain range of Snowdonia National Park is awe-inspiring, with the dramatic and imposing peaks, reflective lakes, ancient woodlands and fast flowing waterfalls, the sights to…

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The Best Insta Pics of North Wales in Snow

The recent snow to hit the majority of the UK left everyone feeling very excited, with kids building snowmen and everyone snapping pics of the garden turned into a winter wonderland. Our North Wales caravan parks are not far from Snowdonia National Park, which offers up fantastic views of its snowy landscape, great for snapping…

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Welsh Traditions: Christmas and New Year

Wales is steeped in traditions, fables and legends and the festive season is no different! There is an abundance of historic practices, some of which still take place today, while others remain part of the proud history. Discover just some of the Welsh Traditions over Christmas and New Year, below. Plygain The Plygain carols are…

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Your North Wales Bucket List: Five Fun-Filled Adventures

With the New Year drawing ever closer, many of us begin to consider the new goals and adventures we would like to achieve in our lives. Whether that’s exploring a new area or challenging yourself to an adrenaline-fuelled day out, we all need something to look forward to and work towards. North Wales is home…

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Things To Do On A Day Out In Bangor

The small and lively city of Bangor in North Wales is a great place to head to for a day out, with its lively arts and culture scene. When considering purchasing our Wales caravans for sale, it is good to know what attractions are in the area that you can enjoy with family and friends.…

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Recipe and Brief History: Traditional Welsh Taffy

History The making and eating of taffy is an indulgent Christmas tradition amongst the Welsh. Many families and friends would get together to share an evening’s meal, play games, tell stories and of course, make some delicious taffy. Traditionally, taffy was popular and made in the coal-mining areas around the country. For many of these…

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The Great Orme

Fun Facts: 7 Things You Didn’t Know About the Great Orme

When visiting Llandudno, you can’t miss seeing the Great Orme. The limestone rock that rises out of the Irish Sea is one of the seaside town’s most iconic features. You can reach it by foot, car, tram or cable car, and admire the sweeping views of the town from the top, and on clear days,…

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