Between Snowdonia and the North Wales Coast

An Idyllic Spot with Fantastic Views in a Stunning Location

Holidays around Conwy, Snowdonia

Berthlwyd Hall Holiday Park is situated in a truly idyllic location where holiday home owners can enjoy a secluded getaway a million miles away from the noise and fast pace of city life. However the park is actually only 1.5 miles from the popular and picturesque town of Conwy, which over the last couple of years has become a real hot-spot with lots of new restaurants, award-winning pubs, swanky bars, popular shop brands and independent boutique shops opening. Patrons can enjoy a sense of seclusion whilst only being a short distance away from a vibrant town and community. Of course, there are also world renowned historical sites such as the imposing medieval castle on the banks of the river, the Elizabethan mansion Plas Mawr and Conwy Harbour to enjoy.

Snowdonia National Park is on our doorstep and with that comes endless hiking, cycling, sight-seeing and adventuring opportunities. The area has had millions of pounds of investment buy topamax and phentermine over the last few years to make North Wales the premier holiday destination in Britain. As a result, there are now an endless number of activities and trips to enjoy that are easily accessible from our park. The world’s first inland surf lagoon ‘Surf Snowdonia’ is a prime example of this kind of investment and is only a short drive from Berthlwyd Hall.

Conwy is an ideal base from which to have a holiday home with plenty of towns easily accessible such as the hugely popular Victorian seaside resort of Llandudno which is just 4 miles away with its historic pier and the Great Orme; Bangor and Anglesey are also a short drive away.

Photo Gallery

Browse some stunning photographs of the scenery and attractions to be enjoyed around Berthlwyd Hall Holiday Park.

Photography credits: © Crown copyright (2016) Visit Wales

"My wife Kath and I came to Berthlwyd Holiday Park in 1995, simply for a look round. We fell in love with the park instantly and bought a static caravan there and then. Our son was one year-old and our daughter was yet to be born. Cameron is now 22 and Ellen 18 and we have recently become the proud owners of a beautiful new lodge, also at Berthlwyd. It is the fourth unit we have owned at the park. Under the ownership of the Davies family and managed by the excellent warden Christine, the park is now in better shape than ever. We have enjoyed 21 years on the park and look forward with enthusiasm to the next 25!"

Robert Hughes