An antique pocket watch

Roundup of Vintage Antiques and Craft Fairs

North Wales is steeped in myths and legends, which is one of its great attractions for visitors. Somehow the region’s past is infused with its present, whether that’s the distant past of ancient battles, the rituals of Celtic druids, dragons or pixies. Wales’ past lives on through storytelling and history books, but it also lives…

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Waves on a beach in North Wales

Year of the Sea: North Wales’ Best Beauty Spots

As Wales celebrates the Year of the Sea in 2018, we are taking a look at coastal beauty spots that are within easy reach of our holiday homes for sale, North Wales. Visitors to the area are spoilt for choice when it comes to breathtaking beautiful locations, with Snowdonia, the Clwydian Range and long stretches…

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Family on a beach in the evening

Evening Activities to Do With Kids

Your summer holiday to North Wales is the perfect opportunity to spend more time together as a family. There are loads of things to do during the day, from lazing on the beach, hiking up mountains, visiting adventure attractions and historical castles to boat rides at sea, so your evenings may be dedicated to chilling…

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Person on a SUP board in North Wales

Year of the Sea 2018: Try Stand Up Paddleboarding in North Wales

Stand up paddleboarding (SUP) is a sport for everyone – you can try it on rivers, canals, the sea, whitewater and even with your dog! Our North Wales caravan parks are close by to some of the best places for doing SUP in the whole of the UK. If you enjoy trying something new, having…

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people at a festival in North Wales

Unmissable Events this Summer

When you come to stay in our static caravans for sale, North Wales will have a long list of events taking place to entertain the whole family throughout the summer. There are music festivals, comedy and much more – take a look below to see what events you should be booking tickets for! Llangollen Fringe…

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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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A Guide to Rockpooling with Kids in North Wales

Rock pools are a like a miniature world, full of interesting creatures, sights and textures and are always fun to explore with the whole family. The fact they can be a little tricky to access adds to their fun, and you can easily spend hours learning about their eco-systems. We highly recommend heading out on…

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Last Minute Bank Holiday Ideas

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…

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Year of the Sea 2018: Sightseeing Boat Trips

2018 is Wales’ Year of the Sea, celebrating the amazing coastline of the country and inviting both residents and holidaymakers the chance to have new experiences around the shores. One way to take part in the celebration of Wales’ coast and sea is on a sightseeing boat trip, where you sit back and enjoy the wonderful…

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Top Tips for Hiking with Kids

Hiking is a great way to get kids outdoors and active at a young age, and North Wales offers plenty of places for introducing your children to the activity. However, it can be a concern for parents who are unsure about whether their kids can face mountains such as Snowdon, but we have put together…

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