View of Offa's Dyke Path in the Clwydian Range

Exploring the Clwydian Range and Dee Valley

The Clwydian Range and Dee Valley have some of the most stunning landscapes found in the UK. It is a fantastic location for walking and cycling, and there are plenty of places of interests and hidden gems to discover in the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The heather-covered moorland, ancient woods, limestone cliffs and steep…

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Bikes on the grass

Where’s Best for Cycling in North Wales?

It is not just the fantastic walking routes that North Wales boasts; there are a plethora or idyllic cycling trails that are car-free and give you a chance to admire the stunning scenery and breathe in the fresh Welsh air. Our static caravans for sale, North Wales are located close to many of the best…

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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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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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Snowdonia National Park

Mountain Walks that Aren’t Snowdon

Snowdonia National Park has more incredible mountain walks that aren’t Snowdon. If you want to go for a hike in the breath-taking scenery without the bother of the crowds you will find on Wales’ highest mountain, there are plenty of options. When staying at our static caravans for sale North Wales this summer, Snowdonia is…

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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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Children on a beach in North Wales

Keeping Cool in the Heat

The weather forecast for this summer is looking good – the Met Office is predicting temperatures in the mid-twenties, cloudless skies and dry weather for the majority of the next few weeks. Though this glorious sunshine will be welcomed by anyone having a staycation in the UK, such as anyone staying at our Prestatyn holiday…

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Year of the Sea 2018: North Wales’ Most Beautiful Lakes

North Wales is home to some truly breathtaking scenery, from the coastline to the mountains of Snowdonia. Included in the varied landscape are some of the country’s most remarkable lakes. If you are heading to North Wales with your family to get one of our Wales caravans for sale to stay in for many fantastic…

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Year of the Sea 2018: Best Beaches in North Wales

In 2018, Wales will be celebrating one of its best assets, the incredible and diverse sea. Not only the sea, but all things water, from mesmerising lakes, meandering rivers and of course, the award-winning coastline and all of the activities visitors and residents can enjoy there. As 2018 is the Year of the Sea, we…

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