West Point Beach Resort Holiday Park


West Point Beach Resort is a luxury sea front caravan and lodge park located in the ideal destination with enviable mountain views. With a combined total of 55 years’ experience, our residents are provided with excellent services, friendly staff and a perfect getaway location for a holiday home.

West Point is set on its own stretch of beach away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, and is a haven of calm and tranquillity. Stunning panoramic views of nearby mountain ranges, idyllic beaches and local areas such as the Isle of Anglesey & Caernarfon Bay are to be admired during your stay.

If you are searching for a ‘home away from home’ we have a selection of holiday homes for sale in Snowdonia, North Wales and touring pitches for your own caravan. We also have pitches available on the West Point Development, which come with either waterfront or mountains views.

Give us a call today and our team will be happy to help with all your enquiries.

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Gwledd Conwy Feast 2015

  Our holiday parks in North Wales are in close proximity to an eclectic range of great attractions, and this year we are within a decent driving distant from the Gwledd Conwy Feast that will be taking place on Saturday 24th to Sunday 25th October 2015. The beautiful market town of Conwy will be hosting this fantastic event, ideal for all the foodies out there and anyone who enjoys roaming the streets and challenging their taste buds. The Gwledd Conwy Feast has been timed perfectly with the mussel fishing season, as Conwy is the sole rake-only mussel fishing town left in the entire UK. Bars throughout the town will be well-stocked with numerous beverages for you to enjoy from real ales and craft beers, to cocktails and even a Champagne bar! During the weekend there will also be the Feast Kitchen Theatre where you’ll be able to catch a number of chef demonstrations. Special guests will include Bryn Williams, The Voice contestant Ragsy and The Great British Bake Off’s Becca-Lynne Perkis. This year the festival will be celebrating the centenary of Dylan Thomas’ birth, so you can look forward to an evening spectacle of fire and light. Fireworks, fire juggling and dancing will also be reflected in the River Conwy, which is going to be based on Thomas’ poem, ‘Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night’. This festival is one you don’t want to miss and we highly recommend you start planning your trip today! Tickets cost just £8 for the Saturday and £6 for the Sunday. Children under the age of 16 go free, but must be...