The choice of North Wales Holiday Parks available to people is quite astonishing. You might wonder why there are so many of them and here are some of the reasons.
Hundreds of thousands of holidaymakers and tourists visit North Wales every year, and the numbers increase annually. Wales has really upped its game in the tourism stakes over the past decade and is now one of the world’s most popular adventure playgrounds.
Seekers of the ultimate in adrenalin rush have an overwhelming choice of extreme sports to participate in and return year on year. You can get on the longest and most rapid zip line in the Northern Hemisphere at Zip World, go coasteering or trampoline underground in a disused slate mine among many other scary activities.
Many enthusiasts buy static caravans so that they can indulge their passion over mini breaks and annual holidays.
Affordable holiday accommodation
Static caravans provide incredible value for money when compared to other forms of a short break or holiday accommodation. North Wales holiday parks have multiplied to meet the demand. If you consider the cost for a group of 8 people in a hotel or B&B over 7 or 14 days it’s quite expensive. A caravan can be rented at a set price for the whole group, and because they are self-catering, you can save money on meals out.
Conversely, there are many people who lead busy lives in the UK. A mini-break or longer holiday by the sea or in the countryside allows them to recharge their batteries. Buying a holiday home on the rural holiday parks in North Wales is ideal for this purpose. Most parks are within a short distance of the coast. They are far enough of away from the action to enjoy the peace and quiet. But close enough to participate if you want to.
Sirior Bach Caravan Park falls into this category. An exclusive country estate, with static caravans and holiday lodges; it’s just 3 miles to the Abergele coast.
The diverse landscape, with just the right mix of adventure and tranquillity, make North Wales a favourite holiday destination for many. There are lakes and beaches to enjoy, mountains to climb or admire and a range of activities to suit any type of holidaymaker. If you haven’t visited any North Wales holiday parks yet, put one on your wish list for your next break.