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Celebrate Christmas at Penrhyn Castle

Father Christmas will be taking up residence at Penrhyn Castle on the 22nd December for an unforgettable day of festive fun in the grounds of the stunning Neo-Norman castle which overlooks the Menai Straits. A Traditional Victorian Christmas Penrhyn Castle is a National Trust property which covers a vast area made up of 60 acres of grounds, including extensive gardens and a railway museum.  It  is also the location of Queen Victoria’s one tonne bed made out of slate. Penrhyn Castle will be taken over by carol singers dressed in Victorian clothes who will be providing musical entertainment throughout...

New Year Walking Courses for Visitors from Holiday Parks in Snowdonia

Plas Tan y Bwlch offers visitors from holiday parks in Snowdonia the perfect opportunity to expand their minds and gain a whole new perspective of the Snowdonia National Park at the Snowdonia National Park Environmental Studies Centre.   If you are fed up of the big smoke of the city and immerse yourself in rural life the centre offers a great range of courses to satisfy your curiosity and a great location to enjoy panoramic views of the Snowdonia National Park. How did a sprawling estate in the middle of Snowdonia become a centre of learning in the area? The...

Holiday Park Visitors in Snowdonia Invited to Explore Blaenau Ffestinog

Blaenau Ffestiniog earned the name the “Victorian slate capital of the world” when it was the beating heart of the slate industry in Wales.  Even though demand for slate has declined over the years, what remains is a compelling landscape that fits together in a strange jigsaw of broken slate tumbling down steep-sided mountains juxtaposed with the lush natural beauty Of the Snowdonia region. Visitors from holiday parks in Snowdonia are spoilt for choice as there are many attractions located in the area which give visitors the unique opportunity to gain a new perspective on Welsh industrial heritage. There...

Holiday Park Visitors to Snowdonia Invited to Indulge their Creative Side

The Llyn Peninsula is one of the most stunning natural areas in the whole of North Wales and even though the area has an outstanding reputation for outdoor activities such as surfing and sailing it does not mean that there is nothing to do! Whether you are on holiday or have a home on a holiday park in Snowdonia the Llyn Peninsula has something for everyone. History of the Oriel Plas Glyn-Y-Weddw Arts Centre Oriel Plas Glyn-Y-Weddw Arts Centre is one of Wales’ oldest art galleries and is nestled in the village of Llanbedrog a few miles along the...

Beddgelert Invites Visitors from Holiday Parks in Snowdonia to Explore Area at Christmas Fair

The quaint village of Beddgelert will be hosting a Christmas Fair on the 1st December and will be offering  visitors from holiday parks in Snowdonia a glass of mulled wine and the chance to explore the local myths and legends in the surrounding area.   There will be a selection of craft stalls for all of the family to enjoy and it is a great excuse to make day of it and sample the cafes, restaurants and pubs in and around the area as well as The Welsh Highland Railway. The village is a few miles away from West Point...