Caravan Holidays in Conwy Valley

Discover Conwy Valley on your next caravan holiday

The unique atmosphere in Conwy Valley will not fail to capture your heart with its amazing natural beauty. There are long stretches of coastline with plenty of sandy beaches, compelling mountain ranges and picturesque countryside. Staying here gives you a wide variety of attractions to visit and activities to do.

Conwy

As one of Britain’s most well preserved medieval towns, Conwy is steeped in history. Take a step back in time to explore Conwy Castle (a World Heritage Site), Plas Mawr, the best-preserved Elizabethan town house in the UK and Aberconwy House, a 14th century medieval merchant house. If history isn’t for you there is still plenty to do on a caravan holiday here. Visit the Quay, home to Britain’s smallest house and host to multiple events throughout the year or put on your walking boots and enjoy the stunning views from Conwy mountain.

Colwyn Bay

A popular seaside resort since Victorian times, Colwyn Bay is the perfect location for a beachside caravan holiday. A beach boasting golden sand allows for all the traditional beach activities from sandcastle building to sunbathing. The promenade, which is ideal for family strolls with an ice-cream or cycle rides, stretches across the entire seafront to neighbouring towns. If you’re a bit more adventurous, Colwyn Bay provides the opportunity to try a range of water sports. Away from the beach the town centre is brimming with shops and restaurants to enjoy.

Llandudno

Known as the Queen of Welsh seaside resorts, Llandudno is the ideal destination for families. Home to the longest pier in Wales, you can enjoy traditional Punch and Judy shows and arcade games or donkey rides on the beach. Experience the elegant architecture with pastel coloured buildings in the town centre whilst browsing the shops and restaurants in the traditional canopied streets. Whilst here, visit the county park of Great Orme for stunning views and copper mines to explore. There is something for everyone on a seaside caravan holiday to Llandudno.

Llanrwst

On the border of Snowdonia National Park and the banks of the river Conwy, lies the picturesque market town of Llanrwst. If relaxation and stunning scenery is what you’re after, this is the ideal location for your next caravan holiday. Enjoy leisurely walks and bike rides on the trails through the scenic Gwydyr forest. Stroll across the iconic Pont Fawr bridge and stop for traditional Welsh tea at the gorgeous Tu Hwnt i’r Bont. With St Grwst’s Church and Gwydir Castle offering the opportunity to uncover plenty of history, you’ll have a holiday to remember.

Parks within Conwy Valley
81 Parks, with 1 Property

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