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7 Reasons to own a holiday home in Wales

If you’re looking for adventure, relaxation, and somewhere to create lifelong memories, all whilst being surrounded by stunning views and landscapes, then holiday home ownership in Wales could be the perfect lifestyle investment for you.

Our Brynteg and Plas Coch Holiday Parks make for the perfect escape, surrounded by breathtaking natural landscapes, with world-famous attractions and heritage sites on their doorstep.

If you’re thinking of buying a holiday home or caravan, there are few better places to start looking than Wales, which is why we have compiled a list of 7 great reasons to own a holiday home in this stunning area of the UK.

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Stunning holiday parks to choose from

Our Brynteg and Plas Coch Holiday Parks are perfectly placed in Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with stunning leisure facilities and restaurants, and within easy reach to some of the area's best beaches and countryside, making for the perfect location for your new holiday home. Discover our range of static caravans and luxury lodges available, with a varied selection to suit a range of tastes and budgets.


Jaw-dropping scenery

It goes without saying that Wales has some of the most stunning landscapes and seascapes in the UK, home to three national parks and five Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The green rolling hills and pristine lakes and rivers have inspired many, and with around 250 miles of breath-taking coastline, there is no shortage of awe-inspiring views in this part of the country.

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Snowdonia National Park

This beautiful, picture-postcard landscape scarcely needs an introduction. With a sprawling network of trails and a breath-taking collection of peaks, it’s a nature-lover’s paradise. Nine mountain ranges lend themselves to walking, cycling, climbing, horse riding and even water sports. If you don’t fancy the walk, you can also take the Snowdon Mountain Railway, offering incredible views and a great experience for rail enthusiasts.

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Rich in history

Known as the ‘Castle Capital of the World,’ Wales offers a captivating journey through its impressive castles and rich heritage. Home to over 100 castles, including the well-known medieval masterpiece of Conwy Castle, the iconic fortress of Caernarfon Castle and the great unfinished masterpiece of Beaumaris Castle, each one narrates a chapter in Wales’ history, inviting visitors to step back in time and take a glimpse into its medieval past.

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Outdoor adventure activties

With so many dramatic natural landscapes, it’s not surprising that Wales is home to some fantastic outdoor activities, with hiking, mountain biking, rock climbing and water sports just to name a few. Hurtle down the longest zip line in Europe at Zip World, ride the waves in an inland surf lagoon at Surf Snowdonia or discover the best underground playground at Bounce Below, where you can jump, bounce and slide your way through a disused mine. With something for everyone, North Wales is a playground for all, blending natural wonders with thrilling activities.


Picturesque towns

If you’re looking for a more relaxed experience, North Wales is filled with numerous inviting little towns which are a delight to explore. Discover the fantasy world of Portmeirion, a whimsical village set against the backdrop of the Welsh coast, explore the charming streets of Conwy and discover the smallest house in Britain, or head to Llandudno, a delightful seaside town with sandy beaches and a beautiful Victorian pier. Whether you want to get lost in the winding streets or grab a Welsh beer at a local pub, there’s something for everyone.

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Pet-friendly location

If you’re looking for a pet-friendly park near Anglesey, then look no further! With dedicated areas within our parks, including dog wash stations, dog-friendly areas in our restaurants, and walking trails, your pets will love their new home from home just as much as you. It doesn’t stop there either, with the local area providing plenty of things to do with your pooch, from coastal paths near Beaumaris to beautiful lakeside walks at Betsw-y-Coed and plenty of cosy pubs in between.

Holiday Home Ownership in Wales

There are so many wonderful reasons to own a holiday home in Wales, and the region itself has something for everyone. Whether you’re looking for a cosy caravan to enjoy quality time with your partner, or a spacious lodge perfect for making plenty of memories with the whole family, we’re sure to have something for you.

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