If you have ever been to North Wales you will know that the mountains of the Snowdonia National Park are a treasure to behold with their amazing size and stunning beauty. However there is much more to North Wales than just Snowdonia. Many people visit the region each year and enjoy holidays in Pwllheli, Porthmadog, Beddgelert, Conwy and many more places. These towns attract people for different reasons such as:
- Walking Holidays
- Dog friendly holidays
- A relaxing beach holiday
- Adventure holidays
- Rock climbing
- and much more…
Exploring North Wales is also extremely simple and easy to do. The traffic, even in peak season, isn’t like what you would expect from a city and therefore travelling 30 miles on a day trip to see Swallow Falls in Betws-y-Coed or 5 miles to the Ffestiniog Railway is a joy. You’ll take in some amazing scenery along the way and when you get there you’ll enjoy a day of memorable experiences. The benefit of a holiday in North Wales is the amount of accommodation that is available for you to choose from.
Hotels are not the popular choice, it is mainly holiday parks that offer great accommodation options and also allow you to self-cater to keep your costs down. Saying that eating out is easy to do with a large number of great restaurants and food outlets throughout the entire North Wales region.
Aberdunant Hall Holiday Park & Hotel is different to many holiday parks in that you can enjoy a luxury self catering caravan holiday whilst also having access to a hotel, two restaurants and a relaxing bar. These facilities which are set in 200 acres of beautiful Welsh woodland ensure you’ll have a relaxed holiday but have all of the amenities you are used to in a hotel.
Overall, if you have never taken a static caravan holiday in North Wales maybe 2015 should be the time to take one. Have a look through our website for information about our holidays and if owning a holiday home is something you have thought about then check out our Site Fee Offer which helps you get started with no site fees to pay for two years.