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West Point and Nearby Villages

As a secluded and idyllic spot, your lodgings at West Point Resort can almost be too temptingly comfortable to allow you to go out and explore the local area. Well, you may be missing out on a trip to some truly beautiful surrounding villages if you do! There are many places of interest near to West Point but one of the main ones is the small village of Penygroes just to the east of your accommodation. Offering much in the way of intrigue, this archaic and almost hidden area has a predominantly Welsh-speaking population with 88% of occupants speaking...

Must See and Do’s near Our Holiday Parks in North Wales

There are so many reasons why North Wales is a hub of tourism that draws people in time after time. Those who are after a rich sense of heritage, gorgeous scenery and a great social occasion are never disappointed during their travels. When you stay at West Point holiday parks North Wales, there is plenty to do and see in the region and here is just a small collection of what you can get up to. Traversing Snowdon A behemoth of the Welsh landscape, this natural beauty attracts more than its fair share of visitors with it being the...

Spectacular Spooks This Halloween near West Point Resort

There’s more than enough entertainment in and around West Point resort all year round but the holiday season is when it really comes to life and no more so than the season to be frightened. The Halloween Spooktacular has lots to raise the hairs on the back of your neck this month with so much to do for the whole family. Starting off the holiday nice and early on the 19th of October, this spine-tingling event will be the perfect way to start the kids’ half-term break. As a popular attraction which is renowned throughout the country for its...

5 Attractions to visit on the Llyn Peninsula at Holiday Home North Wales

The Llyn Peninsula is a beautiful part of the United Kingdom, and can be clearly identified as the ‘crooked finger’ heading out into the sea from Wales on a map. Here lies some of the most scenic and beautiful areas of the country, along with fantastic attractions and activities. Below are 5 ideas for things to see and do whilst staying at a holiday home North Wales. Plas Glyn-y-Weddw This dower house was built in 1856 for Lady Elizabeth Love Jones parry of the Madryn Estate and is now graded as a superb Victorian Gothic mansion, listed as a...

The different towns and villages of the Llŷn Peninsula

Llyn Peninsula is a unique area of North Wales that is known for its natural beauty, strong heritage and culture. On a map, you won’t miss it, as it is easily identified as the ‘crooked finger’ of land that points forcefully into the Irish Sea from Wales. The Llyn Peninsula has a distinct identity as a basic bastion of Celtic history and heritage and stronghold of Welsh culture and language and boasts some exceptional scenery and landscape. The region attracts many visitors each year, thanks to the wonderful selection of towns and villages, which we will here enlighten you...

Summer of Slate – North Wales National Slate Museum.

Llanberis National Slate museum are returning with their Summer of Slate event, which offers arts and craft to kids and adults alike with fun and creative workshops. The event is running from the 22nd of July to 30th of August. The museum has an Art Cart, in which you can decorate your very own piece of slate, co lour a geological timescale, and even try your hand at making interesting and arty patterns in the foundry’s sandpit. If you fancy a dress up, then you can get into costume in the quarrymen’s houses. All this is something to have a...