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Discover Green Pastures Caravan Park

Our Green Pastures caravan park is located close to Abersoch on Wales’ own Riviera and sits on secluded farmland. In a region famed for its water sports and outdoor activities on the Lyn Peninsula, you’ll find beautiful beaches, an amazing coastline, lush countryside, and not forgetting dolphin spotting just off the coast.

Things to do Near Abersoch

There’s so much to do around Green Pastures, but if you’re happy to go further afield, there’s a vast number of things to do near Abersoch.

Along the coast, you’ll find the stunning and surprising Portmeirion, a village that has welcomed famous visitors and provided the background for film, television and music videos while inspiring writers such as Noel Coward. Among all of this is the beautiful central plaza, the centrepiece of this Italian-inspired village. You will feel as though you’ve arrived on the Mediterranean.

If you’re looking more inland, and vertically, Snowdonia National Park is just over 20 miles away, where you can get back to nature among the mountains. Here, you can go hiking, biking or horse riding at the Snowdonia Riding Stables. You will be treated to incredible vistas and breath-taking landscape that puts North Wales at the forefront of outdoor adventures for all ages.

For a family day out, there’s Gypsy Wood Park where children can meet animals, explore the park’s wetlands, hunt for fairies and take a ride on the mini railway. This enchanting family park is set over 20 acres of natural woodland in the foothills of Snowdonia, just south of Caernarfon. With so much to here, you’ll have a full and fun day at one of Wales’ best-kept secrets.

Places to Eat & Drink Near Abersoch

Thanks to its location on the coastline and just outside Abersoch, you’re never short of fantastic food and drink for everyone at Green Pastures.

There’s always somewhere exciting and fresh to eat, whether you’re with family, friends or your partner, you’ll be spoiled for choice. Venetia Italian Restaurant, Coconut Grove, and Mañana offer various cuisines in great locations while Fresh Bar & Grill is a relaxing bistro.

To drink, the Sun Inn and St Tudwal’s Inn are cosy pubs to unwind in at the end of a day of exploring while the Vaynol is another pub but sits on the water’s edge that’s family and dog-friendly. Mickey’s Boatyard & Beach Café is a fantastic gem to chill-out at, overlooking the bay with fantastic views.

Discover Craiglwyd Hall Caravan Park

Craiglwyd Hall is our five-star park, that’s hidden away among the rolling hills and woodland, providing peace and tranquillity in a stunning setting. With views across the trees of the Irish Sea and the Great Orme, this is a hidden gem where you can explore the mountains, beaches, rich history and culture in this area of Wales.

Things to do in Llandudno & Penmaenmawr

There’s a massive amount of fun to be had near Craiglwyd Hall, but if you’re looking venture further, don’t worry about what to do near Penmaenmawr.

For getting out on the water, Anglesey is around 20 miles away, where you can take part in fun-filled activities at Pas Menai Outdoor Centre. Alternatively, you can take a pleasure cruise around Puffin Island and go nature spotting, or, for a bit more speed, make a Ribride Adventure Boat Tours. If you want to stick to land, there’s Holyhead and the village with the longest name in the UK.

Heading towards the hills and Llanberis, you can visit the National Slate Museum where the whole family can about the history of North Wales and the largest waterwheel in Britain. Also, in Llanberis, you can take the awe-inspiring Snowdon Mountain Railway, which has been running since 1896 to the peak’s summit from where you can take in one of the world’s great viewpoints.

For a family adventure day, Greenwood Family Park, in Y Felinheli, can be your go-to day out. You can take part in activities such as crafts and live shows, or there are exciting rides to jump on and feel the thrill, such as karts, a rollercoaster, a giant bouncing pillow, a web climb, river ride, and more. With a café and picnic facilities, it’s the complete family day trip.

Places to Eat & Drink Near Llandudno & Penmaenmawr

With its location in the coast and close to Llandudno, there’s excellent choice of food and drink on your doorstep at Craiglwyd Hall for everyone to enjoy.

There’s plenty of exciting places to eat near the park, whether you’re dining with your partner family or friends. Ti Amo Ristorante, Bay of Bengal, and the Village Bistro offer of choice of cuisines in great locations while the Beach Café is a perfect waterfront spot for a light bite.

To drink, Bron Eryri and Fairy Glen are traditional pubs to unwind in at the end of the day while the Alexandra Hotel is delightful, as is the Gladstone hotel bar. There is also the park’s own bar in Craiglwyd Hall. If you want to venture further, Conwy as a selection of bars to choose from.

Discover Dinlle Caravan Park

There are few more glorious settings than this for a caravan park. Right on a beach that has Caernarfon and Anglesey to one side and the Llyn Peninsula to the other, you can also take in the magnificent Snowdonia mountains. This truly is where Snowdonia meets to sea.

Things to do Near Caernarfon

Thanks to its location next to Caernarfon and a drive from Anglesey there’s so much fun to be had near Dinlle, but if you’re after activities further afield, you be spoiled with what’s around you.

Being in sight of Anglesey, why not explore it? There are pleasure cruises and speedboat tours around some of the smaller islands and up the Menai Strait or historical points like Beaumaris to discover and astonishing spots to visit. If you’re feeling even more adventurous, you could even take a pleasure flight from Anglesey or Caernarfon to gaze at this incredible region from the heavens.

Looking inland and to the mountains, there’s a family experience with a difference to be had. Go underground at Electric Mountain to learn more about this hydroelectric power station and Elidir mountain with educational delights and tours where you can discover so much. There’s also the Sygun Copper Mine in Beddgelert for trips above and below ground with activities for all ages.

For an adventurous activity day with the family, Ropeworks Active in Llanberis is set amongst woodland with breath-taking views of lakes and mountains from the giant swing. An adrenaline-fuelled activity experience on high ropes and children’s low ropes, with off-site climbing, abseiling, hiking, scrambling and gorge walking. Plenty of choice and fun to be had for all abilities and ages.

Places to Eat & Drink Near Caernarfon

Being located so close to the coast and Caernarfon, there’s an enormous amount of choice for food and drink on your doorstep at Dinlle for all to enjoy.

If you want to venture into Caernarfon for something to eat, you’ll find yourself being spoiled. In the walled town, there are Osteria, Ouzo & Olives, and Y Castell. During the day, Scoops is a lovely treat for all the family. Closer to the park, Bwyty Lleu is popular.

For somewhere to drink, there is the park’s on-site bar, Castaway, which is welcome to families. Due to the site’s secluded location, other bars and pubs are a little further away. The Doggett Inns and the Tafarn Pennionyn are traditional pubs worth a short trip or stop on your way back to the park.

Discover Maenan Abbey Caravan Park

A picturesque and secluded park in Conwy, this site is in distance of the coast and Snowdonia, providing a perfect blend of mountains, woodland and coves. With the beautiful Betws-y-Coed and the swallow falls not far away, it’s one of the best parks to start your Welsh holiday.

Things to do Near Conwy

By being in touching distance of Conwy and Betws-y-Coed, there are plenty of things to do near Maenan Abbey, but if you want activities a little further away, not to worry.

For a family day out in Conwy that’s full of activity, Zip World will be the perfect place – from Maenan Abbey, you’re in reach of two sites. Zip World Forest, around seven miles away in Snowdonia National Park, is a woodland adventure site with high rope courses, toboggan, bouncy nets and swings. The Blaenau Ffestiniog Caverns site features zip lines, cavern trails and more.

For a bit of high-octane excitement, the Glan Y Gors Park Karting is the perfect location for a bit of competition and fun. Found in Corwen, this outdoor track can facilitate children from the age of nine so the whole family can experience the exhilarating world of motor racing. This popular track is a twisting challenge to all, experienced drivers or computer game racers.

For a slower paced day out, the Gwydir Forest provides a beautiful landscape to explore on foot or by bike. With lakes and woodland abound, this is a wonderful location to stretch your legs. To relax afterwards, Tu Hwnt I’r Bont, in Llanrwst, provides a perfect retreat following a long walk with its quaint, 15th-century, riverside tearooms and secret-recipe scones.

Places to Eat & Drink Near Conwy

If you’re wondering where to eat and drink near Maenan Abbey, don’t worry, you’ll have a great variety of places near Conwy and Betws-y-Coed that everyone can enjoy.

The closest restaurant to the park is the Restaurant on the Rock, which offers gourmet meals using local, fresh produce. Other places to eat near Maenan Abbey include the popular Lle Hari and family-friendly Hangin’ Pizza in Llanrwst, Chanler’s Brasserie in Trefriw and a host of eateries in Conwy.

In a wooded location, the closest spot for a drink is the Plas Maenan Country House bar, which is a short walk away. For other watering holes, you may have travel further to spots such as the Old Ship in Trefriw and the Y Bedol Inn in Tal-y-Bont. In Conwy, Watson’s Bistro and The Albion are popular.

Discover Ocean Heights Caravan Park

A stunning Welsh countryside location that’s close to the gorgeous shores of the Llyn Peninsula on Cardigan Bay, this is a secluded caravan park that has access to history, mountains and beaches. From Ocean Heights, you can enjoy an active, adventure-packed holiday based outside Pwllheli.

Things to do Near Pwllheli

If you’re holidaying as a couple, group or family, there’s lots to do close by, but if you want to explore further into Gwynedd, you’ll be spoiled for choice.

For a day full of fun for adults and the kids, Harlech is a fantastic spot to venture to. Just over a half-hour’s drive away, you can discover the 13th-century castle built by Edward I – praised as one the era’s finest structures, Llanfair Slate Caverns for an underground adventure like no other. There’s Children’s Farm Park for little ones and Harlech beach to unwind on or walk down to Shell Island.

If you are after a unique day out in North Wales and a real adrenaline rush, look no further than Zip World at Blaenau Ffestiniog. An indoor venue where you can bounce around caves, go on cavern trails or fly over the former slate mine on one of three zip lines with marvellous views as you go for a truly memorable family experience.

Heading west along the Llyn Peninsula, you can travel to Porth y Swnt, a visitor centre where you can start your adventures of North Wales’ most westerly point, by foot, bike or kayak and learn more about this region and Aberdaron. Children can make a scrapbook of the animals and creatures around the centre or on the coastal footpaths.

Places to Eat & Drink Near Pwllheli

If you’re wondering where to eat and drink in Pwllheli, there’s a wide range of eateries to get your teeth into and pubs and bars to relax in.

With Pwllheli close by, you’re in reach of a variety of restaurants. Pontoon is a favourite spot for families offering different cuisines, located on the water’s edge of the harbour. Taro Deg, Pill Palas and Twnti always go down well among groups or couples dining.

For a drink to unwind at the end of a busy day, The Venu is a bar that offers delicious food and tipples with fantastic views from its veranda. The Witches Brew Tea Rooms are an excellent retreat for families and couples during the day, while Y Castell and Whitehall are well-visited evening pubs.

Discover The Beach Caravan Park

Situated right on the beautiful North Wales coastline in Llanddulas, with uninterrupted, panoramic views across the Irish Sea, this park has access to Llandudno, Colwyn and Abergele. With North West England and the Midlands a drive away, few sites have so much available to do.

Things to do Near Llanddulas, Colwyn Bay & Abergele

With Conwy, Llandudno, Colwyn and Rhyl all within a few miles, you’ll already have lots of activities to do, but you want to venture further away, no problem, there’s even more fun to be had.

With the park based close to North West England, you can drive to Chester and learn about its Roman origins, and amongst its walled city, two cathedrals, the famous medieval ‘Rows’ before sitting beside the peaceful river Dee by the Victorian suspension bridge. There’s also wonderful Wirral with its rich history and abundant landscape, and Liverpool for its music, culture and more.

For an activity for the active family, with kids over the age of ten, Go Below is a unique experience. You’ll journey through a mountain and a series of challenges such as zip-lining, climbing, boating across an underground lake, scaling a waterfall or abseiling to the deepest point in the UK. With different trails available, this a day full of experiences like no other.

For less somewhere exhaustive but just as incredible, Llangollen has everything you need for a couple or family day trip. For sitting back and relaxing as the world goes by, there’s the Llangollen Railway which journeys through the Dee Valley to Corwen, taking in outstanding natural beauty. Alternatively, there are Llangollen Wharf for canal cruises and Dragon’s Playcentre for little ones.

Places to Eat & Drink Near Llanddulas, Colwyn Bay & Abergele

At the end of a day full of adventure, you need somewhere to eat and relax with a drink. Thankfully, you won’t be stuck for places near The Beach.

For somewhere to eat in Llanddulas, there is the on-site Tides Bistro. Away from the park, you’ll find the Cliffs Restaurant a short distance away. In Colwyn, there’s a tremendous amount of choice, including the popular Hickory’s Smokehouse, Virgilio’s, Dolce Vita and the Semaphore Lodge for Asian cuisine.

For a place to drink near The Beach, the Beachcomber is the on-site bar with sea views. For alternatives, the Valentine Inn is a short distance away in town. The White Lion is a well-frequented pub in Colwyn to unwind in, while DPL Wine bar, found in Abergele, provides delightful wines and food.

Whatever it is you’re looking for, our six fabulous caravan parks give you the very best of North Wales, allowing you to visit hidden gems and discover the natural beauty of this famed region and its people.