4 Reasons Why you should visit Wales in March/April 1..... Easter Egg Hunt and Fun day!
On the hunt for an Egg-cellent Easter event and fun? With Easter just around the corner, whether your off for the whole Easter or are just looking for something to do on the long Easter weekend there is plenty going on for all the family, Come join us just for the day or you can book yourself a long weekend here at Garreg Goch our accommodation caters for everyone!
Garreg Goch Caravan Park has an Easter Sales Fun day and a Free Hog Roast for all, ,April 21st, 11am till 3pm, This will include an Easter Egg Hunt, let the kids scramble around in search of eggs and a Raffle ,You can also check out our Sales fleet and Lodges, Eloise (park manager) and Julie will be around to answer all your questions about the park and the surrounding area of Snowdonia , Come and join us for Easter fun and Games for all the family to enjoy! .
Call us for more info; 01766 512210
2.....Local Attractions are open!
Its been a long winter and now spring is in the air Our local attractions are open for you to visit,
Portmerion is an enchanting Italianate style village and is opening there doors to the public on 1st March 2019 and is open on a daily basis 9.30am till 7.30pm, with shops, cafes, beautiful beaches and Restaurants this is well worth a day out for all the family.
Snowdonia Mountain Railway
Snowdonia Mountain Railway will open there doors on 15th March which will take you on a journey to the summit of Snowdonia with some breath taking stunning views ,its all part of a great day out for you and your family!
Kin gRe ArthurWales
This is a fun filled adventure for the whole family which sweeps you by boat through the magical veil of an underground waterfall into a mythical world filled with Dragons, Giants, Fierce battles and the legendary King Arthur, Doors open 1st April 2019.
3.....St Davids Day
No day in Wales is as colorful as St Davids Day, on the 1st March where the locals adorn red shawls and black chimney hats ,carrying green leeks or yellow daffodils and herds of Red Dragons - on flags off course ! Visitors can join in with the locals to celebrate St Davids day the patron saint of Wales,
4.....Spring is in the air
Spring is one of the prettiest seasons with blooming flowers and warming temperatures, Here in Wales Daffodils are dancing to the wind, daisies and dandelions making the meadows white and gold and early primrose hiding in the hedges ready to bloom, Swallows begin to arrive late March on wards having traveled the whole length of Africa from the southern tip to get to Wales, Spring sees countryside at its most beautiful and our wildlife at its wildest,
Wales’s rugged coastline, windswept islands and verdant valleys offer bountiful opportunities to spot the country’s endemic wildlife, which includes red kites, falcons, puffins, basking sharks, dolphins, orcas and whales (yes, whales in Wales). Top spots include: Puffin Island, The Skerries, Grassholm, Anglesey, Snowdonia and the Brecon Beacons. The Golden Eagle is set to return to Snowdonia after nearlly 200 years, a new wildlife project hopes to bring this beautiful Eagle back to Wales.