New Pines Holiday Home Park is a superb place to holiday in North Wales, ideally located near the stunning Snowdonia National Park.
Featuring the best in luxury holiday homes along with a high standard of facilities, including a tropically heated pool, activities for all ages, a bar and restaurant, a well-equipped gym, family entertainment and an over-18s lounge and Costa Coffee.
Nestled in the Denbighshire countryside and just a five-minute drive to a sandy beach, New Pines offers the best of both worlds, and with holiday homeownership, you have a home-from-home you can return to whenever you wish.
For families, there's a games room with games consoles, arcade games and a pool table while younger children will love the small soft play area and toddler sessions with the entertainments team and cheeky Charlie Bear! For older children, there's also a teenagers' Action Zone and a sports and recreation area.
-Tropically heated indoor swimming pool
-Leisure and relaxation complex, comprising a heated spa bath, sauna and air-conditioned fitness suite
-Country club with lounge bar, comprising entertainment and cabaret lounge
-Exclusive a la carte restaurant
-Children's entertainment room and teenagers' action zone
-Sports and recreation area
New Pines also has:
-24 hour security
-Adventure activities such as archery, aeroball, fencing, football and golf instruction
-Exclusive range of new and pre-owned holiday homes available, all with one year warranty
DirectionsNew Pines is easily accessible from all major routes leading to the North Wales coast. Follow the A55 and take the Prestatyn A5151 turn-off. Travel along the A5151 towards Dyserth. Turn right and follow signs for the A547 and Prestatyn (also signposted for Waterfall). At the crossroads carry straight on the B5119 (single track lane) to Rhyl. At the next junction bear left and follow the road for approximately 2 miles and New Pines is situated on the right.
Things to do in Denbighshire
New Pines is situated near the seaside towns of Rhyl and Prestatyn. Both offer great beaches and an array of shops, cafes, bars and restaurants. There are also cinemas and theatres nearby as well as the Sea Life Centre and other traditional seaside activities and if you are interested in golf, New Pines is within twenty minutes' drive of no less than nine golf courses.
There are many historical attractions within easy reach of New Pines, such as Rhuddlan Castle, Bodnant Gardens or Conwy Castle, a superb example of a medieval stronghold set in a charming walled town with tea-rooms, giftshops and marvellous views of the Conwy River.
For the more adventurous New Pines holiday homeowner, there are plenty of outdoor activities to enjoy, such as countryside walks, pony-trekking and golf, The Clwydian Hills and the Denbigh Moors. A short drive will take you to the spectacular scenery of the Snowdonia National Park.
Our friendly staff at The New Pines will be happy to advise you on the many things to do and see in the area, as well as keeping you informed of any local events and make bookings for you. We are very proud of our high level of service and our experienced and attentive team will ensure that your time at The New Pines will exceed your highest expectations.
Based on 3 review(s)
England 26 Mar 2015
Beautiful park although they do allow rentals. We have been on the site for 18 months and love it. The pool and club are always spotless and most other owners are really nice and friendly people. Dogs are allowed and they have a dog field for them. There is usually plenty of entertainment for both young and old
Manchester 12 Aug 2011
I have owned my caravan on the new pines for just under a year now and have used it three times. We paid just over £25000 for a caravan which I have now been told is only worth £9000. On our first visit, five out of the six children's activities were cancelled due to lack of staff, lack of equipment. The children's play equipment ie playstation could only be used when a member of the kids club was around and that wasn't often.
General cleanliness of toilets was awful in the main building and staff were very unhelpful and disinterested. The promise of a brand new costa coffee was a small coffee machine at the corner of the bar, many places to eat meant that you could eat your pub grub from a very limited menu anywhere in the main building but there was only the bar food and one other restaurant which filled up quite quickly and was expensive.
The shop on site was poorly stocked and some days didn't even have essentials such as bread and milk.
I think this park just wasn't for us and maybe some people could overlook the points I have mentioned but for a five star park, you should expect perfection. We are now in the process of moving our caravan to another park where we will be a lot happier, but be warned, Talacre Beach limited do not make it easy and please be expected to carry on paying lots of money throughout the year on little extras and god forbid if you need a repair on your caravan! You definitely need deep pockets to own a caravan here. Also as a last point, when they sell it as exclusively private owned site, this is not correct, I met five couple who had sub letted as the security is very poor and they do not check thoroughly who is using whose caravan
Lancashire 05 Jan 2007
Right from the moment we drive through the welcoming entrance, we relax in the tranquil setting and are happy in the knowledge that when the kids go off to play, they are in safe, secure grounds with nature all around them. I can go off to the gymnasuim whilst my wife relaxes in the jacuzzi in 5 star luxury!
The staff are friendly and go out of their way to help. We weren't surprised at all to hear that the New Pines were recently awarded 99% by the Tourist Board.
We would happily recommend the New Pines to anyone looking for a secure family park with lovely people, grounds and holiday homes.