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The 5 Best Parks and Nature Attractions in North Wales

North Wales may be a small region but it has a wealth of beauty. Stretching from Anglesey to Gwynedd, North Wales is packed with sparkling beaches, majestic mountains, amazing heritage sites, vibrant fields and plunging mines. Whether you’re looking for fun things to do on the weekend or a place to relax and unwind, North…

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Five Best Places to go for Indoor and Outdoor Go-Karting in North Wales

North Wales is believed to be the best place for go karting in the UK. The reason is that it is home to the best go karting tracks in the country and has a scenic backdrop that lights up your driving experience. It hosts different kinds of go-karting vehicles to allow participants to take part…

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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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5 Reasons to Love and Visit Snowdonia in Winter

Winter escapes are the perfect way to explore and experience Snowdonia and its thrilling trails and historical sites. The solitude of winter offers ample opportunity to absorb this ethereal region’s fairy tale-like hold on the imagination. Not only do you beat the summer crowds, but the winter provides truly breath-taking vistas over the mountainous Snowdonia…

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North Wales – A Winter Wonderland!

Colder months don’t have to mean hibernation, and the dramatic coastlines of north Wales look even more spectacular at this time of year as well as the mountain peaks with their dusting of snow. The changing season makes this a perfect destination for some winter getaways for the whole family. Whether that’s walking, mountain skills,…

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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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A village in North Wales

6 of Our Favourite Villages in North Wales

Those who visit North Wales will understand how much there is to see and do in this beautiful part of the world. From adrenaline-fuelled, extreme sporting activities to leisurely strolls on the waterfront; there’s something to keep the whole family entertained during your time away. With half-term fast-approaching, the weather has started to grow greyer…

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Pumpkins

What’s On: 9 Unmissable Events in North Wales this Autumn

With summer all but a distant memory, skies becoming ever greyer and the temperatures beginning to plunge, it’s time to accept that autumn is well and truly on the way. October brings half-term, Halloween and a range of fun events happening here in North Wales. We’ve decided to take a look at our pick of…

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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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