Discover the beautiful surroundings of Caerwys Park
You could spend weeks discovering Caerwys Park and its neighbouring areas – after all, you’re at the foot of the Clwydian Range of hills that stretch from the coast all the way to Llangollen. They’re one of the eight Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty to be found in Wales. With many footpaths and peaceful lanes to explore, the hills are a haven for walkers and cyclists.
SEASIDE TOWNS AND STUNNING VIEWS
When staying at Caerwys View, you’re only a short car drive from the North Wales coast with its lovely seaside towns of Prestatyn, Rhyl, Colwyn Bay and Llandudno, It is a coast which features a wonderful Victorian esplanade and pier. While you’re in Llandudno, you can also visit the Great Orme, a magnificent hilly promontory above the town, accessible by a Victorian tram service from the town centre. We think you’ll agree that the views from the Great Orme are stunning – and you can also visit the oldest copper mines in Britain, which are located at the summit.
Castles, coastlines and mountains
Historic Conwy and Caernarfon, known for their magnificent castles, are also within the surrounding area of Caerwys View. The island of Anglesey can be reached across the magnificent Menai Bridge at Bangor, giving you access to miles of unspoilt coastline and the chance to visit the fine Victorian seaside town of Beaumaris. Snowdonia offers a wealth of activities – walking, climbing and mountain-biking – or simply enjoying the superb views, plus the picturesque villages of Llanberis, Capel Curig and Betws-y-Coed.