LambThe Paddocks Holiday Lodge Park is located near Abergele in North Wales.  An ideal touring base in from which to visit the many attractions and places of scenic beauty within North Wales.

Take a break from the hustle and bustle of your holiday – stroll around the wide variety of shops in Llandudno’s indoor Victoria or retails parks where famous named stores are found amidst smaller locally owned businesses. Admire the profusion of colour at the award winning Bodnant Garden Tal-y-Cafn near Conwy.
Colour is everywhere as carnivals take to the streets in all parts of the coastal area – floats, jazz bands, Morris Dancing and marching bands all add to that holiday experience.

If you wish to see how the resorts have changed over the years a visit to the Rhyl Museum and Arts Centre is very informative and interesting, entry is free.

Rhuddlan Castle


Only three miles inland is the historic village of Rhuddlan and its castle, the stately home of Bodrhyddan Hall, Dyserth Waterfalls, Bodelwyddan Castle, an outpost of the National Portrait Gallery, whilst further afield is St Asaph Cathedral and the towns of Denbigh and Ruthin, where Ruthin Craft Centre hosts a changing exhibition programme of internationally recognised artists and crafts people, together with many working craft studios.

Llandudno Pier


Just a short distance down the A55 is another popular Welsh seaside resort town. Llandudno is located between Rhyl and Bangor and is home to many attractions, such as the Copper Mines, Great Orme Tram Way and the Llandudno Victorian Pier. It’s a great place to visit.

Conwy Castle

Llandudno Junction and Conwy

Llandudno Junction and Conwy are near to Llandudno. Conwy is a very popular tourist location as it’s a town dominated by a castle and surrounded by castle walls, it also runs along side the Afon Conwy and is home to the Conwy Marina.

Llandudno Junction is popular with locals and tourist alike, it’s home to a Cineworld and several places to eat including Pizza Hut.

Snowdonia National Park


The National Park of Snowdonia is within driving distance. This beautiful location is perfect for adventuring, attracting over six million tourists every year. There are many popular locations to visit within Snowdonia, such as famous Welsh towns like Betws Y Coed, and Snowdon, the highest mountain in England and Wales.

Welsh Scenery

International Music Eisteddfod

Travel the Horseshoe Pass to Llangollen – the home of the International Music Eisteddfod which is held in July each year. Visit a motor museum and the Llangollen Steam Railway or travel on a barge or boat on the Llangollen Canal.