North Wales is set to be as hot as Ibiza over the Early May Bank Holiday weekend, with highs of 18 degrees Celsius! After a few rain showers in the last few weeks, the good weather will be very welcome, and perfect for some last-minute activities the family can do when staying at our Wales holiday homes for sale.
No one throws a barbeque like the British, and we will make the most of the warm weather to fire up the grill! Get yourself a portable or disposable grill, gather your family and friends and enjoy dining al fresco with some delicious food and refreshing drink.
North Wales is a top food destination, from the local food to afternoon tea. Cafés, restaurants and hotels in the region offer a chance for you to enjoy the quintessential British traditional. Finger sandwiches, scones, cakes and a pot of tea are on the menu. Take a look at our blog to see where the best places for afternoon tea are near our holiday parks.
The warm weather definitely makes us feel as though summer is on the way, so why not have a beach day over the Bank Holiday? Pack up a picnic, sunscreen and beach games for a lazy day on the sand. Many of the beaches in North Wales are perfect for families as amusements, fair-ground rides and mini-golf can be found near the beach too when you want a break from the sand! Some beaches are dog-friendly too – though check in advance if a beach will let you bring your pooch with you or if there are restricted areas for them.
Snowdonia National Park is on the doorstep of our holiday parks, which makes it the perfect place for a day out walking with the family and the dog. Snowdonia has plenty of walking routes for a variety of abilities in a variety of landscapes, and a warm Bank Holiday is the ideal time to explore some of them. Go for a hike up Snowdon, or have a gentle stroll with your dog on one of these dog walks in Snowdonia.
Castle Day Trip
Wales has around 600 castles, a huge number for its size, giving the country the name “castle capital of the world” and they are interesting places to visit with children. North Wales has some of the most impressive castles; Caernarfon, Conwy, Harlech and Chirk to name a few, all with an exciting history to learn about. The castles’ walls, rooms and ground are fun to explore, and you can easily make a day of a trip to one of the regions impressive landmarks.
The whole family can enjoy a visit to an animal attraction, and North Wales has plenty. There are zoos, aquariums and farm parks full of interesting animals to learn about, such as penguins at the Welsh Mountain Zoo, British marine life at Anglesey Sea Zoo and exotic fish at Rhyl SeaQuarium. The Bank Holiday weekend is an ideal time for a day out to one of these popular North Wales attractions – find out more about them here.