If you are looking for a carefree holiday without the hassles of foreign travel, then there is no need to look further than North Wales. It’s an area steeped in history and beauty. The limited distances make it easy to get around, so the journeys are short and you can pack quite a lot into a week or fortnight’s holiday. On the other hand, you may just want to relax and stay close to your accommodation. Either way, Lyons Holiday Parks have what you need.
The company has had decades of experience in offering people great holidays. First started back in 1925, it began and remained a family run business. Over the years and because of its success, the first site has grown to 10. One of the features of its success is the static caravans we provide, that can either be hired or bought, and are ideal for a self-catering break. Each site has all the amenities necessary for a relaxed and trouble-free holiday. The advantage of a static caravan is that you don’t have to haul it anywhere. The parks are safe and secure, so you know your caravan is in good hands when you’re not using it.
Couples with children will find a holiday break in a static caravan ideal for various reasons. As opposed to a hotel, where children have a limited space to move around, these holiday sites offer plenty of space for them to run and play. There’s no need to worry about traffic or disturbing those in the next room, as there is sufficient space between the caravans. The added advantage is the fresh air and lovely surroundings. All the sites are conscious of the needs of children, which they cater for.
Why Choose North Wales?
One of the greatest attractions in North Wales is Snowdonia, the largest and most famous of the three Welsh National Parks. Nature lovers come from all over to enjoy its natural beauty. A static caravan holiday at one of our North Wales parks is the opportunity to see this magnificent part of the country which is packed with things to do when you’re not enjoying the park’s facilities.
There are attractions, activities, and sights a plenty in Snowdonia/North Wales to suit all ages and all budgets. Railway enthusiasts can enjoy riding the Llanberis Lake Railway narrow gauge steam train or the miniature railway at Rhyl. Other places offer go-karting, horse-riding, or BMX biking. Those that like water activities can learn to Kitesurf or visit the Anglesey Sea Zoo and its marine creatures. There’s no lack of things for you and the kids to do.