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    Exploring Snowdonia

    With glorious weather heading our way, I thought that it would be a shame to not show you the wonders of Snowdonia. This is the perfect area to explore the great outdoors and get back to nature. With Presthaven Beach Resort, Hafan Y Mor and Greenacres Holiday Parks all situated around Snowdonia National Park, you could be enjoying the best views this year.


    Of course Snowdonia National Park is renowned for having at it’s heart Wales’ tallest mountain, Snowdon. The whole area has an array of fantastic walks for those looking for an adventurous hike to wanting a relaxing stroll through beautiful scenery.  For those of you looking for best view of Wales’ largest natural lake in Bala, here is an easy to follow guide that will direct you to some wonderful views.

    There is also a whole range of activities that you can take part in whilst in Snowdonia, these range from watersports to golf and cycling to eating local food. Alongside this there is a vast heritage of mining and history going all the back to King Arthur there is a whole new world to be discovered.

    Something that you may not know is that there is a vineyard in Snowdonia! The Pant Du Vineyard and Orchard is a family run business that has been producing award winning wines since 2010. With their shop re-opening at the beginning of April, maybe it is time to invest in some Welsh wine. Not only that but the Purple Moose Brewery, have been brewing beer close to the mountains of Snowdonia since 2005. With an array of awards to their name, this brewery is under 10 minutes from Greenacres Holiday Park, and provide a brewery tour during the week.

    Below are just a few views you could be enjoying if you could to visit the wonderful Snowdonia!

    Where are your favourite places to go in Snowdonia? Are there any hidden treasures you always visit? Are you an owner at any of our parks?