Regardless of which Lyons Holiday Park you choose for your holiday home you will never be more than sixty to ninety minutes away from a plethora of top quality places of interest.
Things to do in North Wales
Penryhn Castle and Railway Museum
Located close to Bangor, this 19th century ‘castle’ is home to a railway museum and provides views of the Snowdonia mountains.
Built in the 13th Century during the reign of Edward I.
Another 13th Century castle, this one is located on the Isle of Anglesey.
Houses a display of information of all the 13th Century castles of Edward I.
Scene of the investiture of Charles, Prince of Wales in 1967 and home to the Royal Welch Fusiliers Regimental Museum.
Other Places of Interest
Snowdonia National Park
Regarded as one of the finest locations for climbing and trekking in Britain.
Resort town favoured by Victorian holiday makers.
Take the tram to the summit of the Great Orme.
Llechwedd Slate Caverns
Found in Blaenau Ffestiniog, this is a very popular attraction featuring an underground ride down a steep incline on a narrow gauge railway.
Ffestiniog and Welsh Highland Railways
Ride over 60 kilometres of tracks on this narrow gauge railway dating back to 1836.
This replica of an Italian village is perhaps most famous for being the location of the world-wide hit TV series “The Prisoner”.
Just Want to Relax?
If your idea of a perfect holiday is just to relax away from the stress of everyday life, then a stay at at one of the nine Lyons Holiday Parks in North Wales will provide the perfect solution. Located along the coast of North Wales, Lyons Holiday Parks offer an easy combination of sea and countryside right on their doorstep. Your holiday is YOUR holiday, do as much or as little as you wish as all sites have excellent food and drink options available for those who do not wish to ‘self-cater’.
Stay at a Lyons Holiday Park and choose your own pace, visit historic sites one day, take a walk another day and relax on the next.