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Sun Valley will appeal to those looking for a relaxing and peaceful place to stay in the North Wales countryside. The position of the park is on the banks of the River Clywd and the views are outstanding. The area itself is one well worth a visit with a 700 year old castle making a picturesque backdrop. On site you can enjoy fishing, pool, outdoor play area and entertainment at weekends in the busy periods from March to end August.
Accommodation comes in the form of well designed caravans. The Sun Valley Silver 2 is a popular choice with one double and one twin bedroom. This caravan features flatscreen TV and kitchen with microwave. The Sun Valley Silver 3 caravan sleeps 6-8 in three bedrooms and so is a larger holiday home. This caravan comes with flatscreen TV with freeview.
- Family entertainment (weekends only)
- Pool table and darts
- Amusements *
- Fishing * (except closed season – Mar 15–Jun 16)
- Outdoor play area (6yrs +)
- Launderette *
- Clubhouse with entertainment and amusements – Mar 29-Apr 15, May 24-Jun 3, Jul 19-Sep 2 and Oct 18-28 (Thu-Sun outside these dates)
- All other facilities available for all dates.
- * Charges Apply.
- Holiday caravans set in the countryside.
- Flat screen TV with Freeview
- Kitchen including microwave
- Bed linen and duvets
- Beds made up for your arrival
- Additional sleeping for two in the lounge area
- Gas and electricity included
- Babies must be included in party total
- Group bookings may be subject to restrictions
- No pets
- All non smoking accommodation
Accommodation at Sun Valley
Sun Valley Signature 312ft-wide luxury caravan with one double and two twin. Double glazed and centrally heated.
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