A small and peaceful holiday park within walking distance of the beach. Ideally located for exploring North Wales.
The park attracts couples and young families who enjoy a more peaceful environment. Kingsley provides a great base for days out exploring North Wales – but you can, of course, just while away the hours relaxing on your pitch, perhaps with a glass of chilled wine and a good book. And the beauty of holiday home ownership, is that you can enjoy as many holidays as you like.
Private holiday home rentals on the Award Winning Kingsley Holiday Park . Superb choice of static caravans and holiday homes for hire direct from the owners.
Venture out and explore magnificent North Wales and you won’t be disappointed. There is so much to do and see and most attractions are within an hour’s drive away. The bustling mountain resort of Betws-y-coed is a firm favourite and here you can enjoy waymarked walks and the famous Swallow Falls.
It’s rare that there is so much to do in such a small town. Come visit Conwy and discover much more than just an ancient castle. Find stunning scenery, the smallest house in Britain, the Bodnant gardens and Conwy Mountain just to name a few. With a foreboding castle set against a mountainous backdrop, the medieval walled town of Conwy has everything on offer.
Conwy Morfa beach is a large sandy bay, which at low tide forms part of the extensive sandy beaches and mussel banks of Conwy Bay. It is good for fishing, has a marina and is next to a golf course. There are plenty of shops, cafes and restaurants close by in the historic town of Conwy, which is overlooked by an imposing castle. The beach area is also good for bird watching.
This is a great beach for sandcastles, paddling, and enjoying the scenery. This beach is dog friendly.
Rental Season Kingsley Holiday Park rental season runs March through to October.
Kingsley Holiday Park,
On the A55, take the Abergele turn-off and follow signs for Pensarn (A548).Explore the Conwy region