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Christmas at Caravan Parks in North Wales

You might think caravan parks in North Wales are only suitable for summer holiday but that is where you are wrong.

A few of the premier caravan parks in North Wales like Coed Helen Holiday Park in Caernarfon go the extra mile to offer just as much entertainment for you and the family in winter as they do in summer.

Its stunning surrounding Caernarfon countryside offers beautiful views of coastal North Wales, which looks just as breath-taking whether drenched in sunshine or sparkling with frost.

If the views and surrounding Snowdonia tourist attractions to the east were not enough Coed Helen prides itself on offering the ultimate holiday experience at any time of the year.

In the summer there is the outdoor pool and sun terrace but in the winter there is a whole host of fabulous Christmas themed events just around the corner. Whether you love the culture of Galeri Caernarfon or the historical fun of the steam trains the region has something very special to offer you at this festive time.…

The Gwledd Conwy Feast 2014

The 2014 Gwledd Conwy Feast takes place this weekend (25th and 26th October). This is one of the biggest and most loved annual events in North Wales especially if you love food, music and art.

The Conwy Feast actually has grown so big it covers several areas. The Conwy Quay is where most of the delicious food halls can be found. With over 150 food stalls to sample from you will be full by the end of the day. These halls are the perfect places to get gifts and try something new. In addition to the main food halls there are vendors selling delightful street food and the always hotly anticipated beer and champagne tent. Look out for the option of Oysters to add with your glass of bubbly.

The chef’s demonstrations take place at Vicarage Gardens, along with children’s cooking classes, even more champagne options, the vegetable plot and the farming for food marquee. New to the feast this year is the opportunity to discover traditional Welsh building skills.

The Farmer’s Mar…

Films Showing near West Point Beach Resort this Month

Situated along the coast of North Wales, West Point Beach Resort is blessed with a beautiful location and also many nearby attractions and activities for people of all ages to enjoy. One such attraction is the fantastic Galeri Caernarfon: the place to be if you fancy some cinema this month.
Whether you’re with the young ones, on a date or just relaxing by yourself, any of these great films are sure to excite and delight you. From giant lizards to talking parrots, here’s what to get stuck into:

Rio 2 – 22nd of July – 1100, 1400, 1800 The sequel to the smash hit 2011 film, Rio 2 sees the return of Blu & friends as they try and traverse the Amazonian rainforest.  
With plenty of A-listers lending their voices to the animated picture, there will be lots for the youngsters to enjoy as it plays through the day on the 22nd of July.

Godzilla – 23rd of July – 1100, 1400, 1930 The early monster hit of the summer comes to Galeri Caernarfon and is sure to make its presence known.
You all know the st…

Walking in Snowdonia

One of the main reasons tourists visit Snowdonia year after year is to wander and explore the many wonders of the natural landscape. Snowdonia is renowned for having some of the most breathtaking views in the UK. It is filled with remarkable forests, woodland, hills, waterfalls, lakes, rivers and mountain ranges.

Palewood Holiday Park North Wales is one of the best holiday parks in the region near Bala Lake, Wales’ largest natural lake. It has a five star rating and offers a uniquely beautiful surrounding for its residents.  There are wildlife ponds, fishing and plenty of fun for the whole family.

For many years, Palewood Holiday Park in Snowdonia has been well known for their commitment to the environment. It is one of the very best accommodations to stay at in Snowdonia if you want to see wildlife and natural foliage. The park has even been awarded the prestigious David Bellamy Gold Award for Conservation for over a decade!

Palewood Holiday Park Snowdonia is ideal for those looking t…

The Quaint Village of Betws Y Coed

As soon as you step out the door of your charming bed and breakfast in Betws Y Coed, there’s a whole day of exploring that you simply have to jump right into as it’s one of the most idyllic regions across the whole of North Wales.
Translated to English as “Prayer house in the wood”, Betws is a true hidden gem of the north of Wales and with an estimated population of just 600, you can be assured that there are fewer more peaceful places to enjoy a day out in.
Located in the Snowdonia National Park, it is the perfect starting point for any who want to venture around the reserve itself. If you don’t fancy the heft trek up one of Snowdonia’s fearsome mountains and inclines, you can always enjoy the stunning views in Betws instead.
Easily accessible by road at just an hour away from Conwy, you can reach Betws Y Coed via the Waterloo Bridge which was built all the way back in 1815. There’s a real sense of archaism to be had when you stroll around this gorgeous village and it will be a wel…

The Best Caravan Sites in Llandudno

Llandudno is one of the most popular tourist destinations in North Wales and Berthlwyde caravan site in Llandudno offers you a whole new perspective of the area.

Most coming to Llandudno are in the habit of only staying in the hotels and while this gives you a fine holiday experiences it is very different from staying on caravan sites in Llandudno.

If you choose to stay in one of the best caravan sites in the Llandudno area you still have access to all the best facilities and can enjoy the qualities of the town while having your accommodation located in the peaceful countryside surrounding Llandudno. Staying in the town centre does not give you insight into the gorgeous natural areas in North Wales. Llandudno may be a town but it is set in the heart of North Wales’ rolling country. Nearby you will find mountains, hills, meadows, woodland and all within easy travel distance of the bustling town. Staying in caravan sites in Llandudno means you are only a few minutes from all the bets s…

Events in Anglesey this February 2014

Why would you want to enjoy camping in Anglesey's St David's Holiday Parkin February? February is still part of winter and the weather can be rough so many do not consider camping do be the ideal holiday option.

Most people leave camping until the summer time. The weather is somewhat more reliable and warmer but this could lead to you having the same kind of holiday every year. Why not try something a bit different. Every winter we stay cooped up inside getting no exercise and not seeing any of the beautiful landscape around us. Only those who work in outdoor jobs or take part in plenty of winter exercise get to see just how beautiful February in Anglesey really is.

Anyone who works in conservation in Anglesey will tell you that you are most definitely missing out if you do not take the opportunity to enjoy Anglesey in every season, including February.

Camping in Anglesey in February could present you with a wholly new kind of holiday experience. Wrap up in warm clothes and…