Considered one of the best countries in the world to visit, Wales has it all!
From miles of rugged coastline, great walking trails, outdoor activities and thriving cities.
Whatever type of break your after, you’ll be sure to find it here.
And our luxury holiday parks provide the perfect base to enjoy all these great days out.
Lets find out which park is best suited to you..
Set on the west coast of Wales in the idyllic Snowdonia National Park, this resort has a golden beach right on your doorstep and your surrounding by countryside, sea and mountains.
The facilities onsite are great for families including an outdoor cinema, children’s playground, bike hire and a multi sports court.
This is the perfect place for any keen golfers out there as you have a two courses which are great for beginners and serious players, as well as a driving range.
There is also plenty for other holiday goers including a sauna, swimming pool, bar and games room. Due to be located in the Wyre Valley, these cabins are perfectly positioned to explore Aberystwyth & Aberaeron.
Our caravan parks in north wales offer something truly unique and this is no different, it is definitely for those who would prefer to relax and unwind in a woodland environment without too many activities going on. Here you can enjoy long countryside walks and panoramic views of the Welsh coast.
There are a host of castles, villages, stately homes and National Parks all within a close driving distance, as well as the lovely seaside town of Prestatyn. If your looking for a memorable retreat in North Wales, this could well be the one!
Offering the best of both worlds, you can either relax in the Stable Inn or go wild with all of the great onsite facilities. There’s plenty for the children including outdoor swimming pool, football pitch & children’s entertainment just to name a few.
Further afield there are traditional welsh villages, miles of golden beaches and even Pembrokeshire Coastal Path is within driving distance.
Set just above the gorgeous sandy beach of Tresaith, these caravan holidays in wales provide an idyllic coastal experience with sea views and just a short stroll down to the beach.
The accommodation themselves are located on the Ceredigion coastal path and provide a perfect base to explore the rest of the Welsh coastline.
Located in a beautiful secluded valley, this is by far one of the best holiday parks in Wales and is just 300 yards away from an award winning beach and has the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path on it’s doorstep.
There’s an array of activities onsite including an indoor pool complex with spa baths and the wonderful market town of Cardigan is only 3 miles away
Holiday parks in Wales don’t come much better than this located just 1.5 miles from a bustling seaside resort with it’s golden beaches, quaint restaurants and peaceful fishing harbour.
There’s also great onsite facilities for families including children’s & adults entertainment, indoor swimming pool, amusements and a country club.
A set of traditional stone cottages set in an area of outstanding natural beauty with a variety of mountains, valleys and lakes all on your doorstep. It is an ideal destination for walkers and mountain bike enthusiasts.
The fantastic Gower Peninsula coastline is also nearby with its vast array of blue flag beaches, as is Cardiff where you can enjoy a variety of local shops, eateries and bars.
One of the most stunning locations in all of Wales, these holiday homes sit on the top of a cliff with panoramic views out to see and perhaps you may even be lucky enough to see pods of dolphins.
Close by the quaint village of Newport Pembs has an array of boutique shops, restaurants and galleries. Skomer Island, St David’s & Haverfordwest are also easily accessible.
Home to a rugged coastline, thriving cities and terrific national parks, Wales is well worth a visit with the family. Our holiday parks in north wales provide the perfect base to explore Snowdonia.
Exploring snowdonia national park has always been extremely popular and is one of the many highlights of a holiday here, as well as visiting the Brecon Beacons which are also a sight to be hold. There are various walks and cycling routes that you can enjoy and even test yourself at one of the many outdoor attractions such as rock climbing, abseiling, horse riding & gorge walking.
The busy cities of Cardiff & Swansea are full of fantastic bars, restaurants and shops and are famous for their nightlife. The Cardiff Bay & Castle are great days out with children if the sun is shining. The stunning coastline has award winning beaches with a blue flag on them to signal this.
If like most of the UK, it is raining, here are some indoor activities across Wales to keep you entertained: