Family days out

7 Extreme Activities for Adrenaline-Junkies in North Wales

North Wales has long-since been referred to as the Adventure Capital of Europe, and with the plethora of adventurous activities on offer, it’s not difficult to see why. Whether you’re an adrenaline junkie in search of your next conquest or you’ve set yourself a challenge that you’d like to complete, there’s plenty of activities to choose from…

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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 and darker,…

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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 on through…

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6 Rainy Day Activities in North Wales

There are times in North Wales when it rains, especially during the winter months but this shouldn’t mean your holiday is any less enjoyable. In fact, there are plenty of entertaining activities and attractions in this gorgeous part of Wales that you and your family are sure to love. Pili Palas Nature World Voted as one of…

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Discover What Makes Anglesey So Desirable

Recent findings from property experts, Zoopla, have shown that Holyhead, a port town in Anglesey, is among the top ten places with the highest increase in house prices this year! With almost £10,000 being added to the sale price of homes in the area, it is clear that the recent investments in the town centre have worked well….

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Things to do on a rainy day in North Wales

If you’re planning a trip to North Wales this February half term, glorious days full of sunshine are few and far between and t-shirt weather is certainly not guaranteed. That said, there is still plenty of ways to make the most out of a stay in our North Wales holiday parks. From bouncing around in caves down…

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It is almost time for Mold Food & Drink Festival 2015!

The Mold Food & Drink Festival is a wonderful showcase of the fantastic local produce on offer from the region that always strikes a chord in the hearts of visitors once they know what’s to be enjoyed here. If you’re on one of our Ruthin caravan holidays then you’re in prime position to enjoy not only a great…

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Quick! Get down to the Big Bug Bonanza at the Welsh Mountain Zoo this weekend!

Don’t miss the jam-packed week-long celebration of all things creepy crawly that is taking place for the next 3 days, until August 9. The event is sure to be positively filled with awesome things to see and do, with a host of activities each day, ranging from talks and trails and ‘Meet the Bugs’ sessions to the chance…

Read more

7 Extreme Activities for Adrenaline-Junkies in North Wales

North Wales has long-since been referred to as the Adventure Capital of Europe, and with the plethora of adventurous activities on offer, it’s not difficult to see why. Whether you’re an adrenaline junkie in search of your next conquest or you’ve set yourself a challenge that you’d like to complete, there’s plenty of activities to choose from…

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 and darker,…

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 on through…

6 Rainy Day Activities in North Wales

There are times in North Wales when it rains, especially during the winter months but this shouldn’t mean your holiday is any less enjoyable. In fact, there are plenty of entertaining activities and attractions in this gorgeous part of Wales that you and your family are sure to love. Pili Palas Nature World Voted as one of…

Discover What Makes Anglesey So Desirable

Recent findings from property experts, Zoopla, have shown that Holyhead, a port town in Anglesey, is among the top ten places with the highest increase in house prices this year! With almost £10,000 being added to the sale price of homes in the area, it is clear that the recent investments in the town centre have worked well….

Things to do on a rainy day in North Wales

If you’re planning a trip to North Wales this February half term, glorious days full of sunshine are few and far between and t-shirt weather is certainly not guaranteed. That said, there is still plenty of ways to make the most out of a stay in our North Wales holiday parks. From bouncing around in caves down…

It is almost time for Mold Food & Drink Festival 2015!

The Mold Food & Drink Festival is a wonderful showcase of the fantastic local produce on offer from the region that always strikes a chord in the hearts of visitors once they know what’s to be enjoyed here. If you’re on one of our Ruthin caravan holidays then you’re in prime position to enjoy not only a great…

Quick! Get down to the Big Bug Bonanza at the Welsh Mountain Zoo this weekend!

Don’t miss the jam-packed week-long celebration of all things creepy crawly that is taking place for the next 3 days, until August 9. The event is sure to be positively filled with awesome things to see and do, with a host of activities each day, ranging from talks and trails and ‘Meet the Bugs’ sessions to the chance…