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Ty Mawr Holiday Park

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Towyn Road Towyn, Abergele, LL22 9HG

phone:0871 664 9785
phone:0871 664 9785
phone:0871 664 9786
fax:01745 827454

email:holidaysales.tymawr@park-resorts.com
Season:approx. 31 Mar - 27 Oct

Caravan Park Details

From coast to countryside, there???s something for everyone at this lively resort. From the sandy beaches, excitement and fun-filled attractions of nearby Rhyl, to the craggy mountains and deep valleys of beautiful Welsh scenery.



The family will love the indoor pool with flume, or the team games and challenges on the All Weather Sports Court. Enjoy a game of pool next to the Rendezvous Diner with Sparky???s Krew always on hand to keep the kids amused.



In the evening, sit back and enjoy our sparkling line up of entertainment in the Sands Showbar after a delicious meal in the Farm House Inn.

Abergele attractions and directions

Conwy Butterfly Jungle at Bodlondeb Park. See some of the world???s most beautiful tropical butterflies flying free in 2,000 sq ft of jungle environment, together with tropical birds and exotic plants.



Rhyl Seaquarium contains sharks, eels, killer rays and poisonous scorpion fish.



The Welsh Mountain Zoo at Colwyn Bay. See rare British wildlife and exotic animals at this Conservation Centre for threatened species.



Ffestiniog Railway. Take a 13-mile ride on a railway steeped in history. For 140 years steam-hauled trains have run beside the harbour at Porthmadog up into the mountains to Blaenau Ffestiniog ??? passing farmland and forest, mountains and moors, lakes and waterfalls on their way through Snowdonia.



Swallow Falls near Betws-y-Coed is a popular picnic spot.



Imposing Caernarfon and Conwy castles.



Ruthin Gaol. A prison from 1654 to 1916, you can see how prisoners lived their daily lives and how the prison worked.



Bodnant Garden. World famous garden noted for its botanical collections.



Great Orme???s Head at Llandudno can be reached by cable car or by tramway and gives great views along the coast, across to Anglesey and to the mountains of Snowdonia.



Llechwedd Slate Caverns. Ride Britain???s steepest railway into the Deep Mine. On the surface visit the Victorian village where the pub and shops use Victorian coins.



Dublin is just 99 minutes from Holyhead, so enjoy a great day out in the friendly and vibrant Irish capital.


Situated in Towyn, off the M56 and along the A55 all the way to the Abergele turn off and follow the signs to Towyn.

 

Caravan Park Features

  • Pub / Bar
  • Live Entertainments
  • Cafe / Takeaway
  • Pool + Darts
  • Childrens Playground
  • Childrens club onsite
  • Indoor Swimming Pool
  • Families welcomed
  • By the Beach
  • Park Shop
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Sanitary Blocks
  • Rallies Allowed
  • Pets Allowed onsite
  • Disabled Access throughout
  • Visitor parking spaces
  • Designated Parking for plots
 

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