Situated in the heart of the Welsh hills with breathtaking views of the Conwy valley, Gorse Hill Caravan Park is the ideal location for relaxing in your very own piece of paradise. A stones throw away from the historical town of Conwy, and on the edge of Snowdonia national park you will find beautiful scenery and places of interest in abundance.
Gorse Hill has it’s very own crown bowling green which is set in front of the stunning 19th century manor house enjoying unspoilt views of the river Conwy and the surrounding hillside. A full renovation project is currently underway to restore the beautiful Manor House to provide a bar and restaurant for the use of holiday home owners at Gorse Hill. The Park has undergone an extensive development programme over the past 5 years, offering holiday home owners private double parking areas, generous spaces between holiday homes and plots with panoramic views.
Gorse Hill must be seen to be believed therefore ensure you arrange a visit soon, sometimes you’ll be surprised that some places really aren’t too good to be true!
• Easy access from the A55
• Security barrier
• Bowling Green
• 19th Century Manor House
• Breathtaking views
• Newly developed well spaced plots
• Bar and Restaurant opening soon
• Local Information
Our reception area is the perfect place to discover local information in order for you to plan your days out. Our reception staff are local and can therefore offer local information in abundance, from booking a table at a local restaurant to catching a bus into Llandudno, we are here for you.
• Holiday Home Services
Also at reception we can offer Holiday Home Service, from arranging for a light bulb to be changed to organising a spring clean.
Bar & Restaurant
The 19th Century Manor House is currently undergoing sensitive restoration in order to provide our holiday Home owners a luxury Bar & Restaurant. Work is currently underway and the Grand Opening of the Bar & Restaurant will be announced in the next couple of months.
Crown Green Bowling.
Delightfully positioned in front of the Manor House, with breathtaking views across the Conwy river, Gorse Hill boasts its own newly developed Bowling Green for our holiday home owners to take full advantage of.
Situated adjacent to Reception, our launderette offers the convenience of not having to worry about taking your laundry home, perfect if you will be spending a few weeks at a time here, or for the weekend getaways.
We intend to submit plans to install a luxury indoor glass fronted heated swimming pool at Gorse Hill this season.
The walled town of Conwy is the perfect place to visit for a variety of attractions. The castle itself dates back to the 13th Century and is a lovely place to visit and enjoy a walk around the town walls. There is a vast array of quaint shops and a wide selection of restaurants and cafes for food lovers! The annual food festival every October is well worth a visit too.
A short drive away from Gorse Hill is the lovely Victorian coastal town of Llandudno where you can enjoy an ice-cream by the sea! There is also a retail park for the shopaholics and, as with Conwy, a variety of cafes and restaurants to try. It is also worth visiting the Great Orme, the view from the top is breathtaking!
Betws-Y-Coed is another short drive from Gorse Hill and is a great place for walking and hiking. It is the gateway to the Snowdonia National Park and has stunning scenery. If you are a thrillseeker, you will love the Treetop Adventure centre on the outskirts of Betws-Y-Coed with a great selection of outdoor activities including high ropes courses.
The small village of Rowen boasts lovely water gardens. The nature walk there enables you to see and feed a variety of wildlife, including otters and birds. There is also a coarse fishing lake and reptile house for those feeling brave! And if you’ve built up an appetite on the nature walk, there is a Dutch Pancake House which serves the most delicious sweet and savoury pancakes!
A short drive away is the town of Llanberis which boasts a variety of attractions. If a walk up Snowdon seems a bit like hard work, you can travel by train from Llanberis right to the top of the mountain. There is also the Llanberis Lake Railway which travels across the valley through beautiful woodland. The slate mines and National Slate Museum are also well worth a visit.
TOP LOCAL ATTRACTIONS
• Fishing www.conwywatergardens.co.uk
• Conwy Castle www.conwy.com
• Golf www.conwygolfclub.com
• Conwy Marina www.quaymarinas.com/Marinas/ConwyQuays/
• Sailing www.conwyyachtclub.com/
• Welsh Mountain Zoo www.welshmountainzoo.org
• Steam railways www.greatorme.org.uk/ffestiniogvale.html
• Puffin Island http://www.puffinisland.org.uk/
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