Wednesday, 19 May 2010

Seren Y Dyffryn - Fabulous North Wales Holiday Park


Seren Y Dyffryn is a lovely family run North Wales Holiday Park located in Upper Colwyn Bay, surrounded by miles of unspoilt countryside and coast. It is a very tranquil and relaxing place and an ideal location to own your own holiday home or lodge.

Nestled within the North Wales valley, Seren Y Dyffryn offers glorious views of unspoilt Countryside and Coast and amazing views over Snowdonia, Conwy Castle and the Conwy Estuary and is opposite the Welsh Mountain Zoo and Flagstaff Gardens.

Seren Y Dyffryn is easily accessible via the A55 which runs along the North Wales Coast and leads directly to other amazing seaside resorts along the coast such as Llandudno “Queen of the Welsh Resorts”. Llandudno is Wales’s premier seaside town with enough activities and attraction to entertain the whole family. Other popular resorts and attractions close by include Rhyl which has miles and miles of sandy beaches and lots of family activities, Conwy, an attractive historic town is only 10 minutes away and if you fancy exploring Snowdonia National Park this is also only a 10 minute drive away.

For the more adventurous there are some great climbs/walks, water sports, horse riding and golf, all within a short drive.
Seren Y Dryyfryn is truly a great place to invest in a Holiday Home. They have new and pre owned holiday homes and lodges that come in either 2 or 3 bedroom models. These holiday homes are extremely comfortable and spacious and include very modern kitchens with oven & hobs with electric ignition and large sinks. The bedrooms offer home from home comfort and ample storage space.

Find out more about Holiday Parks Conwy, and Caravan Parks Llandudno.

Tuesday, 4 May 2010

LLandudno Victorian Extravaganza

Established in 1986 the Llandudno Victorian Extravaganza is an annual event which takes place on the May Day Bank holiday weekend.

It brings in an average of 250,000 ranging from locals to tourists and approximately £15million revenue for the local community.

The Victorian Extravaganza is a great day out for all the family, over the years has seen a great array of entertainment such jugglers, stilt walkers, people parading in Victorian costumes as they did in the old days, and town criers. A very important part of the Victorian Extravaganza is the transport festival, which attracts a large range of exhibits including lorries, military and buses, motorcycles, tractors, bicycles, and both vintage and classic cars.

The Great Parade is also incorporated into the Victorian Extravaganza every year, and is wonderful for all to see. The route is approximately ¾ mile and lasts for about 45mins.

This year saw an increase in the amount of people travelling from all over the UK and also an increase in the number of people dressing up in Victorian costumes. This is a great sign of things to come as next year sees the 25th anniversary of the Victorian Extravaganza.

As well as some of the regular acts as mentioned above this year also saw victorian bobbies which towered above people on stilts and interrogated any body not dressed in victorian costumes, victorian wrestlers, magic by Jay Gatling a young magician who performed illusions, magic tricks and stage magic, Harley the clown, Llandudno town band, the North Wales George Formby society, the Wirral pipe band, and Roslyn Walker the brilliant escapologist, to name just a few. There were also live stage performances from some of some of Llandudno’s great talents and some fantastic music by the Rhyl Silver Band and Brazilian Samba Reggae an energetic and exciting group from Barmouth.

The main high street in also packed with entertainment and amenities such as fairground rides, exhibits, and food stalls.

For people visiting the Victorian Extravaganza from out of town there is ample accommodation to suit all kinds of budgets from camp sites to boutique hotels. The long street opposite the promenade on the North shore sees a host of Victorian grade II listed buildings; here you will find some of Llandudno’s finest hotels and B&B’s with fantastic views over the Irish Sea.

Click here to find some fantastic Llandudno Hotels, and some lovely Self catering accommodation, Llandudno.