Paddocks Lodge Park

The Paddocks Lodge Park is nestled in the countryside on the Conwy and Denbighshire border. This central-coast location, gives owners access to the very best of North Wales.  

The spectacular mountains of Snowdonia are to the West, the rolling green hills of the Clwydian Range to the East and miles upon miles of glorious sandy beach to the North. There is no other site in North Wales that boasts such a unique and convenient location.

North Wales has been recognised as a World-class destination, and it’s not hard to see why!

Freedom to holiday whenever you choose

Located just an hour away from Manchester and Liverpool, and only 50 minutes drive to the M6, The Paddocks is incredibly accessible. You’ll have the freedom to enjoy the idyllic coast and country lifestyle, whenever you choose. Plus, with such easy access to the main train and bus routes, you can invite your friends and family to stay with you, without the hassle of transporting them back and forth!


Beach holiday or rural country break? You can have both!

The stunning scenery around The Paddocks Lodge Park makes for breathtaking views and the walking is excellent, with gentle, level strolls along the coastal path, or along the river Clwyd and the nearby Glan Morfa and Horton’s Nose nature reserves. Fancy an ice cream? No problem! You can walk from the Paddocks Lodge Park to the promenade in under 10 minutes. Enjoy a beach stroll on golden sand that stretches for miles, with spectacular panoramic views across the bay to Llandudno and the Great Orme. On a clear day, you can even see the Isle of Man!


Perfect for animal lovers

Responsible dog owners are welcome at the Paddocks Lodge Park. The beach has a large dog friendly zone and many local establishments allow well-behaved dogs. Wildlife is abundant at the park, thanks to the green space around the site as well as the nearby nature reserves. Horton’s Nose nature reserve which is just a short walk away, is in fact one of the last sand dune systems on the North Wales coast. Take a stroll along the wooden boardwalk for a wonderful view of the seafront and the chance to spot wildlife including lizards, skylarks, cormorants and sandwich terns.


Get active and explore

Budding cyclists can enjoy the traffic-free coastal route which stretches the entire length of North Wales and beyond which forms part of the National Cycle Network. For the more energetic, the dramatic peaks of Snowdonia are just a short drive away.