Static Caravan Parks – North Wales Coast

7th January 2016 | by Whitehouse Leisure Park
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Once you have made the exciting decision to purchase a holiday home, you have the finances in place and an idea of the type of residence you would like, be it a static caravan or a luxurious lodge home, the next major step is to decide on a caravan park on which to site it. Some of the best facilities and entertainment can be found on static caravan parks North Wales coast region and in particular Towyn, Conwy, Llandudno and Abergele. There are several parks in the area, and most are within very easy travelling distance and access of the following Welsh Towns.

Towyn is a very popular resort on the North Wales Coast, situated between Abergele and Rhyl, which many holidaymakers visit each year. It’s a very short drive to the main A55 road which has direct routes to the M6 and M56 motorways and also to the ferry ports to Ireland from Holyhead, with connections to direct railway links. The town has a broad range of local amenities all within easy driving or walking distance of the holiday parks, with facilities including restaurants and bars, shops, market days, cabaret and entertainment venues, bingo, Tir Prince racing and leading fairgrounds with entertainment for the whole family.

Having Snowdonia in the background, Conwy with its town walls and ancient, medieval castle is a popular historic town. With a wide mix of period houses, fantastic eating places and boat trips along the estuary there are many events to attend throughout the year.

Being Wales’s favourite seaside resort, with the fantastic beaches of the North shore and the sand dunes of the West Shore, Llandudno is situate between the Little and Great Ormes. A traditional seaside resort, with Punch and Judy shows, donkeys on the beach, and an awesome pier, you will also find modern themed attractions such as the Venue Cymru, which hosts many events of the arts and literature, performances and exhibitions.

This resort is famous for its long, white, sandy beach. From the town you can view the once splendid Gwych Castle built in the 19th century on the site where a Norman Castle once stood. The ruins of the castle make an impressive scene, with the picturesque Parkland Golf Course set in its surroundings.

Each of the static caravan parks North Wales coast present varying activities and amenities, subject to your family’s requirements. Would you choose a peaceful, relaxing holiday, or a fun-filled, action packed break?

Whitehouse Leisure Park can offer you first class amenities for owners and guests alike, with recently refurbished facilities all decorated and furnished to high standards. Our Family Show Lounge offers entertainment with live cabaret shows, discos and visiting bands, whilst the Sports Bar features all major sporting events on the flat screen TVs.  We also cater for family meals in the Living Room restaurant, with a choice of daily specials to tempt your appetites.

With many years of experience in the Holiday Home industry, we are here at Whitehouse Leisure Park to assist you in any way we can; to advise you and help you to make the correct choice from the many static caravan parks North Wales coast. You are very welcome to call into our Office on site, or to contact us via the website for any further information.