Some caravan parks in North Wales have holiday lodges or static caravans for hire that are licensed for 12 months.
This does not mean they are residential but that the accommodation can be used for holidays during a 12 month period. This means that if you want to enjoy a quiet break when fewer people are in the park, you can!
Winter scenery in this region is no less stunning than at any other time of the year. The contrasting rural and coastal landscapes may be sparkling with a pure white blanket of snow. The countryside will be that extra bit greener and the air pure and fresh.
With just one month to go before Christmas why not consider a short break on one of the caravan parks in North Wales? You’ll be able to participate in activities and enjoy all the events leading up to Christmas week in this unique part of the UK. You might even decide to do something entirely different and spend the festive season in the area. There is more than an even chance it will be a white Christmas!
There are innumerable Christmas fairs and markets taking place where you may be able to find unusual gifts for friends and family. Here are two that we believe is well worth a visit.
Royal Welsh Winter Fair – 28 & 29 November 2016
This is a massive event that attracts hundreds of agricultural producers from all over Britain. Organic and local produce is for sale with so much food you can buy a feast at reasonable prices. For gifts, there is anything from jewellery and woollen scarves to leather goods, ceramics and anything in between. Make sure you get there early because there are two shopping malls set up with literally hundreds of vendors. Tickets can be purchased online by clicking on Royal Welsh Show 2016, where you can also find more information.
Fair Nadolig Llanberis Christmas Fair – 15 December 2016
This is an unusual market in that it begins at 18:30 in the evening. Every year there is a lantern parade and if you want to, you can create your own lantern. The parade winds its way through Llanberis with circus performers, drummers, a brass band and fire eaters. Everyone can participate in carol singing or just listen to the locals. Children will be thrilled when Santa Claus flicks a switch to illuminate the town’s Christmas tree.
The many stalls sell a variety of arts and crafts which make ideal Christmas presents. There is plenty of food and adults can warm up sipping locally made mulled wine. It’s a popular event and enjoyed by all age groups.
Caravan Parks in North Wales
Check out Rent My Caravan for accommodation in caravan parks in North Wales. Static caravan rental is excellent value for money when you take a trip with the whole family.