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Month: June 2018

People splashing in a pool

Water and Amusement Parks in North Wales

On hot summer days, you want to make the most of the sunshine, but when it can be a little unbearable, especially for younger children, a great option is heading to a leisure pool or water park, where you and your kids can take a dip and cool off! There are several pools near our…

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Children on a beach in North Wales

Keeping Cool in the Heat

The weather forecast for this summer is looking good – the Met Office is predicting temperatures in the mid-twenties, cloudless skies and dry weather for the majority of the next few weeks. Though this glorious sunshine will be welcomed by anyone having a staycation in the UK, such as anyone staying at our Prestatyn holiday…

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Person creating cocktails at a bar in North Wales

Best Cocktail Bars in North Wales

When you’re on holiday, you have to treat yourself and where better than a night out at one of North Wales’ premier cocktail bars? There are special deals, and you can even take part in a masterclass if you want to learn how to make a delicious daiquiri for yourself! Take a look below to…

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Dinorwic Quarry in North Wales

North Wales Locations on Film and TV

North Wales is lucky to have a varied landscape of mountains, coast, forest and rolling countryside. This makes it the perfect place for a number of films and TV shows, such as the untouched scenery of Snowdonia in historical fantasies. If you want to buy one of our caravans for sale, North Wales is the…

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Snowdonia National Park

Fun Facts: 7 Things to Know About Snowdonia

Snowdonia National Park is a huge draw for many who visit North Wales, with its breath-taking views, mountain hikes, clear blue lakes and fascinating history. Our Wales caravans for sale are within easy distance for a day out in Snowdonia, and we highly recommend making your way to the National Park along with the six…

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Puppy on holiday in Wales

All You Need to Know About Dogs in North Wales

You don’t need to leave your dog behind when coming to stay in our static caravans for sale, North Wales, as our holiday homes are welcoming for dogs, and there are loads of dog-friendly attractions and activities to do in the area. If you want more information about bringing your pet pooch with you on…

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People at a music festival

Free Festival Returning to Rhyl this Summer

A trio of musical acts will be appearing in Rhyl this summer for a free music festival, being held at Rhyl Events Arena on Sunday 12th August. The festival is funded by Denbighshire Council with support from Rhyl Town Council, and around 6000 people are expected to be attracted to the coastal town for the…

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dog eating at pub in North Wales

9 Dog-friendly Pubs in North Wales

If you have a dog at home, they quickly become part of your family and adventures without them can often leave you all feeling as though something or someone is missing. Here at Lyons Holiday Parks, we encourage you to bring your four-legged friends with you on holiday, with an abundance of beautiful places to…

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Swallow falls in North Wales

Fun Facts: 6 Things to Know About Betws-y-Coed

The village of Betws-y-Coed is one of Snowdonia’s most-visited places. Its location in Snowdonia National Park and good transport connections to the towns of Conwy and Llandudno on the coast make it a great place to visit when staying in our Wales holiday homes for sale. There is so much to do in and around…

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A stargazing spot in North Wales

The Best Stargazing Spots in North Wales

When was the last time you looked up at the sky at night and could make out more than just a few stars? Within the last hundred years, it has become harder and harder to make out stars, constellations and planets in Britain’s night sky due to light pollution in most towns and cities. However,…

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