From the Irish Sea coast inland to the heart of Snowdonia, you’ll find a glorious landscape of sweeping moorlands, mighty hills and river valleys – the perfect backdrop for our holiday parks. In Conwy, you can enjoy a superb variety of fun-filled activities or just simply relax and enjoy its quieter pleasures. Head to Betws-y-Coed for an exciting range of outdoor pursuits – the nearby Swallow Falls are one of the most beautiful spots in Wales. And history lovers staying at our holiday parks in Conwy, will be drawn to Conwy town, a World Heritage Site encircled by medieval walls, its massively impressive medieval castle commanding a rock above the estuary. There are gentler, domestic, buildings here too. Plas Mawr is an immaculately preserved Elizabethan townhouse, and down on the old quayside is possibly Britain’s smallest house, less than 10 ft tall and only 6 ft wide.
And whatever you do on your caravan holidays in Conwy, make time for a trip to the charming resort of Llandudno. It’s worth visiting just for its Victorian Pier, but don’t miss a cable tramcar ride to the summit of Great Orme. The surrounding country park is a haven for flora and fauna, its rugged cliffs a breeding ground for seabirds.