Attractions

FESTIVE EVENTS IN THE HISTORIC BUILDINGS OF NORTH WALES!

If you’re thinking of a winter break in scenic north Wales in a Lyons holiday park, you might want to check out some of the best events held in National Trust properties across the region. In the spirit of the festive season a whole host of historic buildings have opened their doors to hold events…

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The North Wales Bucket List: 5 Things to Do in North Wales

North Wales is full of hidden gems. From Llanfairfechan to Portmeirion, the region has a wealth of unique attractions woven amongst the lush green hills and mountains. Throw in some local food delights, thrilling extreme sports, and quaint traditional transport, you’ve got a postcard perfect getaway. Here are the top things to do in North…

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Literary North Wales: Trails and Walks from Page to Land

From J. R. R. Tolkien to Lewis Carroll, many literary figures have drawn from the Welsh landscape in the creation of their famous novels. Wales itself has a rich tradition of literary accomplishments and appreciation, with the annual Hay Festival in Hay-on-Wye being one of the most famous literary festivals in the United Kingdom. North…

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Snowdonia National Park, a top attraction in North Wales

10 of North Wales Top Attractions

North Wales has long been one of Britain’s top tourist destinations, offering a variety of holiday activities within a small area, combining stunning mountain sceneries close by to gorgeous sandy beaches. When staying at our holiday parks and investing in our caravans for sale, North Wales has so much to offer visitors. We have mentioned…

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Llandudno Pier in North Wales

What to Do at Llandudno Pier

Llandudno Pier is one of the top attractions in North Wales, and a fantastic place to head to for families wanting to while away an afternoon. Open until 10pm during the summer, and all year round weather permitting, except Christmas Day, there is so much to do there, from food to eat and arcade games…

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The lake at the foot of Snowdon

What Does it Take to Climb Snowdon?

At 1,085 metres in height, Snowdon is the tallest mountain in England and Wales and as such, a magnet for climbers and walkers of all levels of experience. There are five major walking routes up the mountain, and we’ve pooled together a checklist of what you need to consider before you take on the challenge,…

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A beach on Anglesey

A Day Trip to Anglesey

There’s such a lot for you to do on Anglesey you’re not going to squeeze it all into a single day. But we’ve rounded up some brilliant suggestions, so you can pick and choose the ones that really take your fancy, which will set you up to really make the most of your day trip…

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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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Tu Hwnt i’r Bont and Pont Fawr bridge at Llanrwst

North Wales’ Most Picturesque Towns

North Wales’ long history of invasions and rebellion, stunning natural landscapes and industrial heritage has left a region dotted with picturesque towns. There you will find cosy cottages surrounded by beautiful countryside, a strong community spirit and people who speak Welsh as their first language. Take a look below at some of the picturesque towns…

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family holding hands on a North Wales beach

Alternative Attractions in North Wales

North Wales is home to many fantastic attractions that are perfect for families on their holidays. However, the most popular places can lose their appeal in peak season when there are lots of tourists to contend with. So, if you prefer to avoid the hustle and bustle when staying at one of Lyons’ holiday homes…

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