We are OPEN!
Caravan parks across Mid Wales are getting ready to welcome back England-based holiday homeowners safely from Monday 12th April.
The news we have all been waiting for…only a few more sleeps until everyone can return to our fabulous parks (Salop Caravans Sites and Bywater Leisure Parks) from 9am Monday 12th April.
At Salop Caravans sites and Bywater Leisure Parks, we are committed to ensuring the safety and comfort of our owners, holidaymakers, staff, and local communities, as Wales and the UK begins the process of recovery following the coronavirus pandemic.
The world’s first preserved railway celebrated a significant milestone last week, celebrating the 70th anniversary of the first two locomotives purchased by Talyllyn Railway Preservation Society.
After recent communication and guidance from the British Holiday Homes & Parks Association (BH&HPA) and careful consideration from Salop Caravans Sites and Bywater Leisure Parks Ltd the decision has been made to close by midnight 22/03/2020. Until such time is safely to re-open.
Gwynedd Council’s cabinet has backed the submission of a formal application for the county’s historic slate communities to be given UNESCO world heritage status.
The Hoppa Harlech summer shuttle bus service which will run every 30 minutes to take people from the beach, holiday parks and train station up into Harlech town centre has been welcomed as “great news for the town”.