Holiday Parks In Wales
Beautiful Wales is a fantastic holiday destination, with something to offer the whole family. Around a quarter of this naturally gorgeous country lies within one of five Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty or one of three National Parks: Snowdonia, the Brecon Beacons and the Pembrokeshire Coast. The Best of British group are proud of our holiday parks in Wales with a number of caravan parks and campsites in scenic locations throughout the country. Some of our holiday parks in Wales occupy a stunning coastal location, boasting spectacular sea views whilst others are situated in the heart of the rolling green countryside. Choose from Carmarthenshire, Ceredigion, Gwynedd, Isle of Anglesey, Powys and Wrexham we guarantee you won’t be disappointed.
Camping in Wales
We are thrilled to be able to offer such a wide variety of park types as we know you’ll find something to meet your camping in Wales needs. If you’re seeking a quiet couples getaway take a look at our adults only parks. For visitors with children, our child friendly sites boast extensive facilities, including swimming pools, fishing and outdoor play areas, please note facilities do vary between parks.
Our holiday parks in Wales have a wide range of accommodation to choose from. Guests with a caravan, motorhome, tent or campervan can make the most of spacious and well maintained pitches, with fantastic amenities, set in beautiful surroundings. Visitors looking for something a little different will enjoy our range of glamping accommodation, which includes spectacular hot tub lodges for that extra touch of luxury. Well equipped caravan holiday homes are also available to hire at many of our award-winning family run holiday parks.
If you’d like to check availability of our holiday parks in Wales, try our availability checker. You can also view our brochure online, or request a hard copy. and sign up for our mailing list to receive regular email newsletters.
Holidays in South Wales
South Wales, home to stunning beaches, beautiful countryside and Cardiff, the capital city of Wales. A visit to Cardiff is a must if you’re in the South of Wales; it’s small enough to be friendly, but with all the benefits of being a capital city, Cardiff can boast a vibrant live music scene, a great selection of shops and restaurants, perfect for mid holiday shopping trips, and a good range of tourist friendly activities.
There’s plenty to do outside of the cities as well though; the South Wales coastline is incredible, with miles of beaches to choose from, perfect for campers and those with a love of the great outdoors, and the Welsh valleys provide an interesting glimpse into social history, with several former mines now functioning as museums, allowing for an alternative day out. There’s so much to explore in South Wales, making it perfect for all types of holiday.
North Wales Holidays
Head to north Wales for wild, untamed scenery. Here you will find Snowdonia National Park with its incredible mountainous landscape and the impressive views Mount Snowdon, the highest mountain in Wales and an absolute must see for anyone interested in walking. The highest peaks here often remain snow capped with a stunning array of wildlife to be found no matter what the season along with outstanding natural beauty.
Away from the Welsh mountains, north Wales offers beautiful golden beaches and pretty coastlines which are perfect for laid back family holidays or for a coastal break just the two of you. From the mountains to the sea, north Wales holidays are completely alluring.