Local Attractions

Stretching from the Victorian resort of Llandudno in the West, to Prestatyn in the East, the beautiful North Wales coastline has attracted holidaymakers for years. An expanse of sandy and pebble beaches sweep all the way from Colwyn Bay to our holiday parks at Pensarn and Towyn.

Welsh Mountain Zoo

The Welsh Mountain Zoo near to Abbeyford  Holiday Park
Roam the wooded pathways to see British wildlife including red squirrels, golden eagles and pine martens. Don't miss the things that make the Welsh Mountain Zoo zoonique! The penguin parade, sealion shows and chimp encounter, Bear Falls, the children's farm, reptile house, alligator beach and much more - including the exciting and extensive Jungle Adventureland,Tarzan Trail and the multimedia centre.

Snowdon Mountain Railway

Travel on the only public track and pinion railway to the Summit of Snowdon, at 3560 ft the highest mountain in England and Wales. Your journey begins at Llanberis Station and continues across an impressive viaduct, past a spectacular waterfall cascading through an ancient oak forest before starting the long haul up to the ridge and onto the mountain itself.
During your ascent of the mountain listen to an in-carriage commentary revealing the secrets of Snowdonia, a region rich in landscape, wildlife and myth. On fine days the views from the summit are breathtaking and take in the Isle of Man and the Wicklow mountains in Ireland.