Wondering where to go on holiday? If you would like to enjoy a holiday in Wales then there isn’t a better place than Tan Rallt Holiday Park. Tan Rallt is no.1 for breathtaking views of the Welsh landscape. Tan Rallt is conveniently positioned within easy reach of the local beach and the many attractions in North Wales. We offer the ultimate in peace, tranquillity and relaxation, a real ‘hidden gem’ in the Welsh valley.
Action packed – adventure lies just around the corner from Tan Rallt! We are perfectly located for sailing and watersports in Conwy Estuary or Menai Straits. As well as being close to the Snowdonia National Park. Excellent for the experienced mountain climber to those still finding their rambling feet.
Based in the heart of Snowdonia, Zip World offer a unique range of adventures; with Zip World Velocity, Zip World Titan and bounce below. Zip World Velocity is said to be the nearest thing to flying with the longest zip line in Europe and the fastest in the world! Zip World Titan is the first 4 person zip line in Europe with speeds of up to 70mph. Bounce below is the world’s first subterranean playground. Its giant trampolines and slides are suspended in a slate cavern hidden underground.
Relaxing – even the most experienced traveller will appreciate the high quality of local Welsh cuisine. From Conwy mussels and freshly caught fish to bara brith and welsh cakes. A meal in North Wales is one you’re unlikely to forget.
Convenient – Wales is the ideal holiday destination to escape from the hustle and bustle of every day city life! Tan Rallt is located less than 2 hours from Manchester or Liverpool making it perfect for a weekend getaway.
New for March 2015 at Silver Birch Golf Course is FootGolf, you can play on the golf course with a size 5 football. This new addictive sport combines two of the most popular sports in the world football and golf. Based just down the road from Tan Rallt Holiday Park you can experience this new renovation in sport.
Betws-yn-Rhos also boasts two 9 hole golf courses. Menna and Bryn Jones, a local couple own the Silver Birch Golf Club. The Golf Club is open all year round and no membership is required to play at Silver Birch they operate on a Pay & Play basis, perfect for a spontaneous weekend! Whether you are new to the game or a keen golfer you are sure to enjoy a day spent at Silver Birch.
As you cross over the bridge into the town this is one site that you really cannot miss! Built in the 13th Century by Edward I, it was designed as an English stronghold against the unruly Welsh! Furthermore the castle is magnificent from every angle, but the best views are from the battlements.
In addition to the castle, 15 foot high walls still stand to protect the town of Conwy. Measuring 3/4 of a mile in total, they run around the outside of the town and offer spectacular views out onto the estuary and the surrounding mountains.
The harbour is the perfect spot for a relaxing stroll. It offers stunning views across the water to Dengawy, and is also a great place to grab some fish and chips – just beware the seagulls!
Not that bothered about castles? Or maybe you just prefer the Elizebethan age to the Medieval? Conwy still has you covered! Plas Mawr can be found in the centre of the town and was built by local merchant Robert Wynn in the 16th Century to show off his wealth and status (and also host lavish parties!).
It may be small, but the bright red exterior will ensure that you don’t miss this attraction! Located on the quay this house measure 3m by 1.8m, cozy indeed! Inhabited since the 16th century, it was certainly a tight squeeze for its last occupant, local fisherman Robert Jones, measuring at 6 ft 3!
Founded in 1881 it is the oldest academy of artists in Wales. there is also a gift shop selling items hand crafted by local artists – the perfect way to remember you holiday to North Wales! For information on the current exhibition, click here.
The village lies beneath the limestone hill of Cefn-yr-Ogof. On the coastal side of the village there is a beautiful beach, perfect for a morning walk with the dog or a romantic evening stroll. The beach at Llanddulas is also a convenient spot to join the coastal cycle trail which runs along the North Wales shore line. The views from the path are simply stunning and you can cycle all the way from Pensarn to the RSPB Nature Reserve in Conwy.
Rhos-on-Sea is a small seaside resort in Conwy County Borough, just 10 minutes from Tan Rallt to the west of Llanddulas. It is named after the Welsh kingdom of Rhos established there in the late Roman era! The 6th century St Trillo’s Chapel is one of the smallest churches in Wales and you will find it on the shore of Rhos-on-Sea. The chapel by the sea is on the site of a pre-Christian, sacred holy well; you will find the altar directly over the pure water of the well.
As you drive into Llandudno with the Promenade stretching out in front of you, the Great Orme is sure to catch your eye. This limestone headland gets it’s name from the Old Norse word for Sea Serpent, which is what the Vikings thought it resembled! On a sunny day we suggest going up to the Summit of the Great Orme, or for those not that keen on walking, just enjoy the view driving round the scenic Marine Drive.
Another great way of seeing the town of Llandudno is by tram! First laid in 1898 is the tramway, from 1904 the current station has been used. A trip on the tram is not to be missed if you will enjoy beautiful views of the town and the sea.
What would a seaside town be without the Prom? Llandudno has a beautiful stretch of sandy coastline stretching from the Little Orme to the Great Orme and is also a great place to grab some fish and chips – just beware the seagulls!
History and culture – do you get more of an adrenaline kick out of art and architecture? Wales is probably still perfect for you! Explore Edward I’s medieval fortresses, fairytale castles and Bronze age copper mines – all within 20 minutes of your doorstep!
The picturesque village of Betws-yn-Rhos is just a mile away from Tan Rallt. The main historical attraction of the village is the stunning church, dedicated to St Michael. The original building dates back to the medieval period in 1254 however with the heavy church renovations took place during the Victorian era. The present church erected in 1838 due to the previous renovations, yet it is still a popular tourist site and well worth a visit.
If you would like more information on holidays in Wales then contact us today on either; Telephone; 01492 516652 Email; firstname.lastname@example.org Alternatively you can book online.
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