North Wales: Holiday Caravan for Up to Eight People at 4* Marine Holiday Park
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North Wales: Holiday Caravan for Up to Eight People at 4* Marine Holiday Park @ Marine Holiday Park

The Holiday ParkSituated in Rhyl, North Wales, Marine Holiday Park offers a choice of caravan accommodation and entertainment options for adults and children alike.An array of on-site facilities is available for holidaymakers, including The Sports Bar, Mariners Club, Mermaids Cafe, Captains Place serving fish and chips, The Sands Arcade, Ship Wrecked play area (with an indoor soft play for toddlers), a self-service laundrette, an indoor heated swimming pool and an outdoor adventure playground.The Bronze Caravans feature gas fire in the lounges, one double bedroom, one single bedroom with two beds (twin or bunk beds) and one pull-out double bed in the lounge areas.The Silver Caravans feature central heating, fully equipped open-plan kitchens and living areas, bathrooms with showers and either two or three bedrooms.The Gold Caravans boast modern decor, double-glazed windows, central heating throughout, one double bedroom, one single bedroom with two beds and one pull-out double bed. Entertainment facilities: heated indoor swimming pool | sports bar | Mariners Club | cafe | outdoor adventure playground | arcade | laundrette | fish and chips shop | Wi-Fi serviceLandmarks: 1 Mile from new SC2 water park 1 Mile from Sea Life Centre 1 Mile from Beach 1 Mile to Rhyl town centre 1.5 miles from Pro Kitesurfing lessons centre 13 Miles from Colwyn Bay Watersports Centre 19 Miles from town of Llandudno 22 Miles from Surf Snowdonia 32 Miles from Snowdonia National Park 39 miles from Zip World/Bounce BelowGroupon’s Guide to North Wales CoastTravellers visiting this part of Wales may take advantage of many local attractions, walking opportunities and water activities in the area.Holidaymakers may explore the coastal towns of Rhyl and Prestatyn, where a sea aquarium, a drift park and the Bodelwyddan Castle and Park may be visited. Adrenaline seekers may indulge in bike racing and horseback riding, while history lovers may visit well-preserved medieval settlements. Snowdonia National Park, the largest park in Wales boasting waterfalls, lakes, valleys and mountains, may is just a 30-minute drive from the town of Rhyl.

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