Weekend breaks in North Wales

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    Weekend breaks in North Wales are the perfect way to escape the hustle and bustle and recharge. With Snowdonia National Park ready to explore, plus no shortage of sandy beaches to relax on with traditional seaside towns to keep you entertained, it’s a charming spot for a weekend away. Book your weekend break in North Wales at one of our three holiday parks here, and you’ll find comfortable accommodation as well as plenty to see and do on your doorstep.

    Explore weekend breaks in North Wales

    The owners-only pool at Greenacres, North Wales

    Summer weekend Haven breaks in North Wales

    3 nights from £339
    Walks from the park at Presthaven, North Wales

    Autumn weekend Haven breaks in North Wales

    3 nights from £99
    Dune walks at Greenacres in North Wales

    Summer weekend Haven Hideaway breaks in North Wales

    3 nights from £249

    Autumn weekend Haven Hideaway breaks in North Wales

    3 nights from £79

    Magnificent Greenacres Holiday Park sits close to the coastline, with direct access to a sandy beach and not far from stunning Snowdonia.

    • Indoor pool
    • Entertainment venue
    • Direct beach access
    • Outdoor SplashZone
    4 nights from £49

    With no shortage of exciting entertainment, activities and facilities, Hafan y Mor also boasts beach access and charming coastal views.

    • Adventure Village
    • Water park and pool
    • Entertainment venues
    • Beach access
    4 nights from £49

    It’s easy to fill your days with adventure at Presthaven. Explore the traditional seaside towns and saunter down to the sandy beach.

    • Indoor and outdoor pool
    • Lazy river
    • Beach access
    • Entertainment venue
    4 nights from £49
    Snowdonia National Park
    Portmeirion, North Wales
    Black Rock Sands from above

    Three things to do on a weekend in North Wales

    1. Explore Snowdonia National Park

    A haven for walkers and wildlife lovers, there are nine mountain ranges and 74 miles of coastline in Wales’ largest National Park. It’s also dotted with a number of historic sites, with activities like fishing paddle boarding and kayaking available.

    2. Visit Portmeirion

    This colourful Italian-style village has to be seen to be believed! Sitting on a private peninsula, there’s a sub-tropical forest with walking routes and lakes, a sandy beach by the Dwyryd Estuary, as well as some charming shops and cafes.

    3. Enjoy the beach

    Whichever of our North Wales holiday parks you stay at, you’ll find brilliant beaches to explore, with direct access from our sites. Black Rock Sands beach close to Greenacres is a particular delight, with dog-friendly areas and parking nearby.

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