High Praise For New Welsh Park
A brand new £1 million caravan park, which opened earlier this year, has received a five star grading from VisitWales. Llanberis Touring Park in Gwynedd was praised for its well-designed layout and high level of cleanliness, particularly in toilet and washroom areas.
The 54-pitch park was developed by Morris Leisure and was officially opened by the then Deputy Minister for Culture, Sport and Tourism Ken Skates in March. Based on figures issued by the British Holiday and Home Parks Association, the company expects Llanberis Touring Park to generate in excess of £400,000 a year for the local economy.
Park managers Nick and Wanda Hilditch said they were delighted with the five star grading and the Visit Wales endorsement: “The park has become increasingly busy since it opened, particularly at weekends and some caravan owners have already visited up to four times,” said Wanda. “Customers love the park’s location because it’s a short walk from the town and not far from Snowdon Mountain Railway and Snowdon, the highest mountain in England and Wales.”