Conwy Lodge Park

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The Area

Located in the idyllic Conwy Valley, with coast and mountains on your doorstep, Conwy Lodge Park is an ideal base for family holidays year-in, year-out, allowing you to explore all that North Wales has to offer.


This walled town in North Wales is packed full of history, breathtaking sceneries, and hidden gems to discover with your partner, best friends or your entire family. From the majestic Conwy Castle to the smallest house in Britain, plus many other unique sights in between, Conwy easily makes the list of places to visit in Wales.

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Famous for its exquisite Victorian architecture and 19th century pier, there is more than meets the eye at this coastal town. With a tramway and cable cars on the Great Orme to the dry ski slope and toboggan run in Happy Valley, there is something for all ages alike.

Llandudno in Wales

As well as being the largest National Park in Wales, Snowdonia boasts the highest mountain and the largest natural lake in Wales. With an extensive network of trails covering 100 lakes and craggy peaks, it truly is a nature lover's paradise.

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Isle of Anglesey

From Beaumaris to Rhosneigr and Newborough beach, the Isle of Anglesey offers unparalleled amounts of activities and destinations to explore around its 125- mile coastline in only a 30-minute drive from the park.

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Zip World

Home to the longest zip line in Europe, get that adrenaline rush you have been craving as you hurtle down at speeds in excess of 100mph.

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Adventure Parc Snowdonia

The world’s first inland surf lagoon located only a 10-minute drive away and set against a beautiful valley backdrop. Amongst the surfing, there are also additional activities both indoors and outdoors including climbing walls, soft play areas and zip lines.

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Gwydir Forest Park

A forest of lakes and mountains in the heart of Snowdonia. Home to a wide range of activities and wildlife including numerous tracks, cycle trails and forest walks alongside mine workings dating back hundreds of years, makes this forest a delight to explore on foot, two wheels or in a saddle.

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