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Month: February 2018

Year of the Sea 2018: North Wales’ Most Beautiful Lakes

North Wales is home to some truly breathtaking scenery, from the coastline to the mountains of Snowdonia. Included in the varied landscape are some of the country’s most remarkable lakes. If you are heading to North Wales with your family to get one of our Wales caravans for sale to stay in for many fantastic…

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3 of the Best Reasons to Visit North Wales on Your Next Holiday

As the short days and cold nights begin to ease, the daffodils and snowdrops have sprung and there is a sense of new life in the air, we begin to anticipate and look forward to spring, and all of the rewarding outdoor explorations we can once again embark upon. The winter hibernation is almost over,…

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Pushchair and Wheelchair Friendly Attractions in North Wales

Whether you have a young family or some of your party have disabilities, North Wales has an abundance of fantastic attractions that will welcome all ages and abilities to come along and have a fantastic time! The activities vary, so depending on your interests and plan for the day, you’ll find something to suit all…

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Ffestiniog Railway in North Wales

See North Wales From a Steam Train

North Wales is a beautiful place, and there are a few different methods of seeing its beauty, by car, foot, bike or even zip wire! But one of the best ways to enjoy the landscape is on a narrow gauge steam train. Not only can you relax in the carriage, but the routes of these…

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The Wales Way: North Wales – The Journey & the Destination

Wales has recently introduced an initiative to encourage visitors to and residents of this stunning part of the UK to explore and embark on an epic journey along one of the three Wales Ways. The Wales Way consists of the Cambrian Way, the Coastal Way and our favourite of the three, the North Wales Way.…

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Year of the Sea 2018: 5 Idyllic Seaside Towns in North Wales

The North Wales coastline is dotted with several quintessential towns, offering visitors a classic seaside holiday destination. With gorgeous promenades to stroll along as the sun is setting, historical piers allowing you to admire the coastline from a different perspective, arcades to gamble your spare change in the hope of winning a souvenir and a…

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Year of the Sea 2018: Best Beaches in North Wales

In 2018, Wales will be celebrating one of its best assets, the incredible and diverse sea. Not only the sea, but all things water, from mesmerising lakes, meandering rivers and of course, the award-winning coastline and all of the activities visitors and residents can enjoy there. As 2018 is the Year of the Sea, we…

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Fun Family Activities for February Half-Term

After what felt like the longest January in existence, we are all happy to start February half-term next week, which also includes Pancake Day and Valentine’s Day! We can shake off the cobwebs of school off and head off to Wales for a fun-filled holiday with plenty of activities to entertain. For those staying at…

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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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