A holiday haven among the mountains

own a home-from-home or rent a cottage​ on this pet-friendly caravan park in North Wales

Static caravans for sale in North Wales

Enjoy magnificent mountain views

Glendower Holiday Park is built over what was once the last station on a trainline that carried passengers to the edge of the mountainous Welsh wilderness.

This welcoming caravan park in North Wales offers static caravans for purchase and a cosy holiday cottage for rent.

Static caravans for sale in North Wales

Discover the magic of north wales

Cosy pubs can be found in the local village, and a towering waterfall, a treasure-laden castle, beautiful lakes and magnificent mountains await discovery just beyond.

For medieval castles, marvels of Victorian engineering, seaside resorts, adventure activities and the mountains and valleys of Snowdonia, you only need to venture a little further.

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Meet The Owners

Glendower is owned and run by the Eyres, a local farming family from the Tanat Valley.

Ryan is the park manager and lives onsite with his wife Lucy and their children. He’s happy to give help and advice whenever you might need it.

Ryan’s parents Rena and Robert help run the park.


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