Snowdonia holiday parksCaravan & lodge parks in Snowdonia

Snowdonia is one of the major tourist hot spots and is extremely popular for renting a caravan or lodge throughout the year. Blessed with pristine natural beauty from the Snowdonia National Park on the eastern side to the fabulous golden sandy beaches along the coast, the area of Snowdonia is home to some of the most iconic and dramatic landscapes in the UK.

The Snowdonia National Park is a mecca for outdoor enthusiasts with an extensive network of hiking and mountain biking trails. Plus, there are rivers, waterfalls, over 100 lakes and specacular rock formations on the rugged peaks such as Cader Idris and Tryfan.

At a glance...
Fabulous beaches
World Heritage Sites
Snowdonia National Park
13th century castles
Spectacular countryside
Main airports - Manchester & Liverpool
Main town - Wrexham

Featured holiday parks in Snowdonia

There are many holiday parks throughout Snowdonia with a good mix of coastal and country parks that are dotted around the Snowdonia National Park. Whether you are looking for a family holiday park or something a little more relaxing where you are surrounded by nature, Snowdonia has a wide selection of holiday parks to choose from. Many of the caravan and lodge parks offer exceptional on-site facilities such as indoor swimming pools, restaurants, bars and cafes. And when it comes to the holiday accommodation, the hire fleets are typically stocked with the latest models from leading manufacturers which means modern appliances, stylish interiors and eco-friendly.

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Things to see & do in Snowdonia

In addition to wandering around the fascinating and wonderful villages, wining, dining and sight seeing, there are plenty of things to see and do for the whole family throughout Snowdonia.

A few suggestions....
Walled citadel at Conwy
16th century Llangollen Bridge
Prestatyn beach with incredible sand dunes
Explore the island of Anglesey
Portmeirion - one of the most beautiful villages in the UK
Climb or take the train to the summit of Mount Snowdon at 1,085m
Pistyll Rhaeadr Waterfall, Berwyn Mountains - highest in Wales and England
portmeirion in north wales

Our view on holiday parks in Snowdonia

Snowdonia has always been a very popular tourist destination throughout the year attracting all ages who love the outdoors, spectaular scenery and the freedom the mountains provide. Renting a cottage in Snowdonia provides just that, the freedom, flexibility and space to explore this amazing part of Wales at your own pace.

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