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ParcFarm Holiday Park

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  • 4 Star Rating
    ParcFarm Holiday Park
    Grainarhyd Road, Llanarmon-Yn-Ial
    Near Mold
    CH7 4QW
    North Wales
    Opens
    1st March 2015
    Closes
    15th January 2016

Things to Do at Vale

  • Ruthin rooftop picture

    Ruthin

    Explore, See

    Right on the doorstep of ParcFarm is the historical market town of Ruthin, which is the perfect setting for a traditional, quaint weekend break. Enjoy the Tudor architecture and treat yourself to a drink in one of the town's historic pubs, like the Middleton Arms, whose unique placement of windows has earned in the nickname 'The Eyes of Ruthin' or the Wynnstay Arms, which has featured in classic Welsh literature. There's also a wealth of independent shops and boutiques where you can pick up high-quality, locally made products.

  • Mold red lion pub

    Mold

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    This lively town has plenty of historic charm alongside the buzz of the modern high street, with a mix of independent boutiques and famous brands side by side. In amongst the shops are plenty of restaurants and coffee shops for you to pick up a well-earned drink, while the medieval architecture provides a perfect backdrop for your visit. For those who prefer something a little more adventurous, the surrounding countryside is the perfect place for a scenic walk or bike ride. The local museum is the place for those who want to immerse themselves in the town's history - you may even run into one of Mold's resident ghosts!

  • Llangollen

    Llangollen

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    Famed for its steam railway and impressive aqueduct, Llangollen is perfectly situated in the picturesque Vale of Llangollen and has been referred to by visitors as a 'walker's paradise'. Offa's Dyke, the legendary Anglo-Saxon path, runs through the Vale of Llangollen as well as lakes and rivers where you can enjoy a spot of fishing or white-water rafting, depending on how adventurous you feel! Llangollen's Victorian town hall often plays host to a number of operas and musicals and the many tea rooms are the perfect place for a drink and a snack.

  • mountain biker Llandegla Forest

    Llandegla Forest

    Explore, See

    Mountain bike trails through Llandegla Forest are a great option for families wanting an active day out. There's plenty of routes on offer for all abilities and walking trails too for those feeling less adventurous. Llandegla Forest is a famed source of sustainable timber in Wales and carries the Forestry Standards Council seal of approval. There's also a visitor centre complete with a shop selling all the gear you'll need to get cycling, as well as a repairs centre and cafe, where you can relax after a hard day's trekking though the outdoors!