A WELCOME IN THE HILLSIDES North Wales proved the ideal location for a short break with family and friends, Janette Sykes found PICKING THE PERFECT campsite and holiday destination for a group of family and friends aged from two to 74 could be fraught with pitfalls. There are so many things to think about, ranging from suitable leisure facilities and interesting activities to keep the youngsters happy, to gentle strolls and sightseeing for the seniors â€“ not to mention the needs of two very lively dogs. When we plan a half-term break with our wider family group, we tend to head off to trusted and loved destinations such as the Lake District, but this time we fancied a change. North Wales was always a favourite
choice for holidays during my childhood, and is only a couple of hoursâ€™ comfortable drive from our home in the Peak District, so the ideal spot for a long weekend away.
Campsite choices My brother, my nephew, his friend and their families did some research and settled on Bron Derw Touring Caravan Park for families and Parc Derwen Touring Caravan Park, exclusively for adults, near the ancient market town of Llanrwst. Nestling between the North Wales Coast and the Snowdonia National Park, off the A470 in the picturesque Vale of Conwy,
MAIN Glorious views of Capel Curig, in the heart of Snowdonia LEFT Pitched up at beautiful Bron Derw Touring Caravan Park
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