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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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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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Get Excited for Llandudno Transport Festival and Victorian Extravaganza

The Llandudno Transport Festival is the largest in Wales and one of the country’s most popular events, held on the May Day Bank Holiday from Saturday 5th May to Sunday 7th May. The festival takes place alongside the Llandudno Victorian Extravaganza, and both events are a celebration of transport and the Victorian heritage of the…

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Why North Wales is a Foodie Destination

Wales is a nation that loves a good pint and tasty grub, which has put it on the map for food-lovers who want to sample some Welsh, British and global cuisines all within a picturesque landscape. If you are looking at investing in one of our static caravans for sale, North Wales is the best…

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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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