Holiday Accommodation & Location Details
With its indoor pool with flume ride and labyrinthine facilities, you could mistake Ty Mawr for being something of an amusement park, but it’s so much more than that, offering something for everyone whoever they may be. Let’s begin with the crucial element: the accommodation. This consists of lavish caravans equipped to a very high standard of comfort and cosiness.
This includes accommodations with TV/DVD player plus freeview, central heating throughout, double glazing, a no pets unless you pay extra regulation and an even stricter rule barring capacious groups of youngsters from coming and treating the premises like a party – this is strictly family-only territory and this is how the management wants to keep it.
Now for the facilities: as mentioned, there’s a whiff of the theme park about Ty Mawr what with the children’s clubs fitting all ages and tastes, labyrinthine swimming pool kitted out with various rides and accoutrements and multi-purpose sports courts. However there are other things to do that would be out of place at an amusement park such as games of bingo, wi-fi access and a fully licensed bar with occasional evening time entertainment for the adults only of course.
There’s cabaret in one bar, meals to take away or eat-in in another, and just a brief drive away is North Wales’ enigmatic but also dramatic coastline boasting golden sand beaches, secluded coves and all manner of other characteristic features that need to be visited by anyone who pops down this way on holiday.
As you can see Ty Mawr is probably the ideal eclectic holiday park that will suit all families and individuals down to the ground, supplying fun for all ages and perfect links out to the greater wonders of the North Wales countryside and heritage area. And that aforesaid area positively bristles with attractions and draws that sucks ‘em in from all over the globe, time and again.