Flintshire is an intriguing mixture of country villages, traditional market towns, sandy beaches, medieval castles and some of the most stunning scenery in North Wales. This beautiful Welsh border county lying between Chester and Snowdonia, has a countryside and coast enriched by a fascinating past.
Complimentary wine and chocolates on arrival and a complimentary voucher for a local tea …
- Hot tubs
- Ideal for exploring
- Picturesque location
From £529 per Week
Boasting direct access to a sandy beach. There’s a choice of swimming pools and a wealth of …
- Indoor and outdoor pools
- Direct beach access
- Family entertainment
From £149 per Week
Talacre Beach is part of our Go Active Breaks Collection. This multi award winning park has been a …
- Beach access
- Tropical indoor swimming pool
- Snowdonia National Park nearby
From £185 per Week
Walking and cycling is a wonderful way to explore Flintshire and the Clwydian Range is one of the area’s ideal routes to explore, with something suitable for all abilities from a family outing to the serious enthusiast. The Clwydian Range, the location of many ancient forts forms an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and contains part of the Offa’s Dyke footpath. The area is characterised by sweeping moorland, heather clad hills, limestone crags and valleys which provide wonderful views and quiet trails.
Between Connah’s Quay and Chester is an eight mile traffic-free converted railway path for cyclists, walkers and wheelchair users. It offers gentle, flat routes along converted railways, to quiet country lanes up in the hills where you can experience the exhilarating views across the Dee Estuary. You can choose to do a small section of route that suits you and your family, or the whole lot!
For a more restful day out, why not chill out at Talacre Beach? Loads of parking near the beach, miles of golden sand, lapped with the clean waters of the Irish Sea. Rarely feels crowded because of the size of it – so grab your bucket and spade and head off to the beach. Or if you feel like flinging yourself down the hill instead – It’s called sphereing! Spheremania is where you spend the day, flinging yourself down the hill inside a large inflatable ball – you can get a great view of the coast, if you can bear to look!!
Everyone needs a spot of retail therapy when they’re on their holidays so why not step out to Broughton Shopping Park, great shopping with a wide variety of retail outlets, clothes, shoes, fashion, and food. Or if you like your crafts and antiques Afonwen Craft and Antique Centre is where you might just find yourself a hidden treasure amongst the huge variety of goods on offer – nothing like a spot of bargain hunting!
So if you’re looking for a family holiday that you’ll remember for years to come, Flintshire has award winning parks, with lodges, cottages and caravans. All have excellent self catering facilities and a selection of great amenities on the parks. The only ingredient that’s missing is you!