North Wales Borders Holiday Parks & Lodges

Encompassing rolling hills, breathtaking mountains and charming towns, the North Wales Borders beckon to be explored. With diverse landscapes and rich cultural heritage, this enchanting area in the northeast of Wales offers a captivating experience that is hard to resist. From the seaside charm of Rhyl and Prestatyn to the rugged beauty of Corwen and the Berwyn Moutains, there is no shortage of natural wonders to discover. Head to Mold and the Clwydian Range to explore the historic market town and scenic mountain hikes, or visit Llangollen for stunning natural beauty and sites on the banks of the River Dee. Our North Wales Borders holiday parks and lodges range from luxury to budget friendly, romantic to family friendly and everything in between. So, pack your bags and escape from the ordinary with a Welsh break to these picture postcard destinations.

Llangollen Canal in North Wales Borders

Hot tub lodges in North Wales Borders

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Dog friendly holiday parks in North Wales Borders

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Holiday parks with hot tubs in North Wales Borders

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Things to do in North Wales Borders on your UK holiday

Discover the seaside charm of Rhyl and Prestatyn...
For a quintessential coastal break in the North Wales Borders, head for the neighbouring seaside resorts of Rhyl and Prestatyn. Both destinations are popular for a seaside stay, with long sandy beaches and countless attractions for families. In Rhyl, you can explore marine life in Seaquarium Rhyl, hit the waterpark at Rhyl Sun Centre, take in panoramic views of the town and the coast from the Sky Tower, or catch a live show at the Rhyl Pavilion Theatre. To the east of Rhyl lies Prestatyn, where you'll find a bustling high street lined with shops and cafes, the challenging fairways of Prestatyn Golf Club, and sections of the Offa's Dyke Path. Book a self-catering holiday park and make the most of onsite facilities like an indoor heated swimming pool, family entertainment and games room, while still being within close proximity to numerous sites and attractions. Alternatively, discover our hot tub lodges, peaceful log cabins and luxury cottages, all equipped for a relaxing and memorable break in the North Wales Borders.

Embark on scenic hikes in the Clwydian Range...
The Clwydian Range dominates the North Wales Borders and, together with the Dee Valley, forms an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Stretching across the counties of Denbighshire and Flintshire, it's the perfect place to start exploring northeast Wales, with great walks amidst beautiful surroundings. Hike parts of the long-distance Offa's Dyke Path or climb to the summit of Moel Famau, the highest peak in the Clywdian Range, all the while taking in panoramic views of the Vale of Clwyd, the Dee Estuary, and the Welsh and Cheshire countryside. Our holiday homes provide plenty of space and the perfect base for hiking and outdoor adventures in this beautiful part of the country. We have properties located within easy reach of the Clwydian hills and mountains, allowing you to get out and explore nature and the great outdoors, or simply relax and soak up the scenery in peace and quiet.

Visit historic landmarks and pretty market towns...
Discover the quaint villages and historic market towns in northeast Wales, with their cosy country pubs, independent boutiques and friendly communities. Visit the market town of Mold, with its traditional high street of quaint cafes and shops, and the medieval motte-and-bailey Mold Castle. Nestled close to the Welsh border right in the northeast corner of the country, it's a great jumping off point for scenic hikes in the Alyn Valley and Clwydian Range, and is only a short drive from the vibrant cities of Chester and Liverpool in England. In the Denbighshire town of Llangollen, there are endless attractions to keep both adults and children entertained. Visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Pontcysyllte Aqueduct, explore the cascading waters of Horseshoe Falls, go for a scenic hike along the Dee Valley Way, take a nostalgic journey on the Llangollen Steam Railway or stroll across the iconic Llangollen Bridge. Whether you're looking for a romantic retreat in a hot tub lodge, a family adventure in a holiday park, or a weekend break in a cosy cottage or holiday home, let our choice of accommodation in the North Wales Borders inspire you with beautiful locations and top-class facilities.

Dinas Bran Castle in Llangollen, North Wales Borders, Wales