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top 5 reasons to buy a holiday home in North Wales

Has the thought of owning a holiday home in North Wales been running through your brain recently?

If so then you are in the right place as we have put together the top 5 reasons why you should buy a holiday home in North Wales! The whole of the country is beautiful and full of incredible sights, interesting history and beautiful holiday resorts. And North Wales in particular is extremely popular with holiday makers and holiday home owners, and it’s not hard to see why.

Have a read through our reasons below and see if it helps you make a decision on buying your holiday home here.


great range of resorts available

larger ownership lodge at aberconwy resort at sunset, with the beach, sea and mountain in the backdrop

Here at Darwin Escapes, we have 4 incredible North Wales holiday home resorts that are across the coast of North Wales. Each resort has different things about them from a spa, to evening entertainment, heated indoor pools, and some delicious restaurants. Have a read through them below and see what they offer for you. So whether you are looking for a lodge for sale in North Wales or just want to own a holiday home in one of our North Wales Darwin Escapes resorts, all of them make the perfect destination for your new holiday home.

short drive away from Anglesey

No matter where you are in North Wales Anglesey is a trip you can do within a day! The island itself you can get to by going over either the Menai Bridge or the Britannia Bridge by car. Anglesey is such a popular and well-known part of North Wales due to how unique it is with all the stunning scenery and history it has. Below is a list of some of the popular things you can do during your time exploring the island:

rich in history

As a region, North Wales is rich in history with plenty of historic attractions and monuments to visit. In fact, Wales is often called ‘the land of castles’ as there are still around 427 of them in the country, approximately 100 of them are in North Wales! As well as castles there are other ways to experience the historic side of North Wales like riding up the Great Orme in a tramcar, which is Britain’s only cable-hauled tramway!

close to Snowdonia National Park

This national park is home to Wales’s highest mountain, Snowdon, with an elevation of 1,086m above sea level. As well as Mount Snowdon, there are also over 100 lakes, networks of trails and other craggy peaks throughout Snowdonia National Park to explore. Wales isn’t all about mountains, there are so many other things to discover, from underground caverns to in-land surfing, take a look at the most popular attractions below:

beautiful coastline

Photo of the Talacre lighthouse from the distance

Did you know there are over 100 different beaches in North Wales alone? With around 250 miles of coastline so it’s no surprise that there are so many beaches for you to explore. All of our North Wales resorts are either right by or not far from a beach too! When the sun is shining and you’re relaxing on the sand some of these beaches will make you feel like you have been transported to the Costa del Sol – what more could you want?


so, why own a holiday home?

The main benefit of owning a holiday home is that you get complete holiday freedom. Which means you can explore all of the things North Wales has to offer in your own time. And if you can’t fit it all in during your trip then no problem – you can come and visit again, and again! The holiday homes we have for sale suit all types of families and groups, from static caravans to holiday lodges. All with open-plan living areas, spacious bedrooms and fitted kitchens. If you are interested we do offer flexible finance options that you may find useful.


Our holiday caravan parks in North Wales will provide you with the perfect base. That way you can go out and explore all that this area has to offer.

Make memories with friends and family and enjoy unwinding in your own holiday home at one of our unique resorts.

our North Wales parks

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