November Events24th October 2014
Through the dark skies, cold nights, fresh breezes and leaves changing there is something about November there remains significant. As we look up we can expect the sky to be illuminated by the vibrant colours of fireworks!
With our facilities and entertainment coming to close Bamouth Bay Holiday Park still remains open up until New Years! You can use us as a base to escape and snuggle up with your loved ones or venture off park to discover what North Wales has to offer during November.
Below we’ve just handpicked some of our favourite events and attractions to visit this month.
Jump on board and “Ride the Rocket” train at the only standard gauge heritage railway in North Wales. Enjoy a 10 mile journey with picturesque landscapes and stunning views accompanied by a choice of alcohol, soft and hot drinks as you stop of and watch an immense and spectacular firework display at Glyndyfrdwy Station. Click here to book your tickets now!
North Wales Choral Festival
7th – 9th November
Music lovers shouldn’t miss this festival! Features school choirs, male and female choral groups, as well as barbershop quartets. It regularly attracts visitors from all over Europe who come to either take part or just enjoy the dulcet tones of beautiful choral music. Venue Cymru is a large multi-purpose centre that is perfectly suited for hosting this prestigious event, and tickets can be purchased there on the day.
Welsh Mountain Zoo
Set in North Wales, high above Colwyn Bay with panoramic views and breath-taking scenery, beautiful gardens are home to a wide range of outstanding animals. So we’re calling all little kids, big kids and of course the even bigger kids (grown-ups) to venture off the park and head down to the Welsh Mountain Zoo for the ultimate family experience for everyone to enjoy. Expect a thrilling day of; Penguin Parade, Chimp Encounter, Bear Falls, Jungle Adventure Land and plenty more! To name a few animals you can see; Sea lions, Chimpanzees, Snow Leopards, Meerkats, Red Pandas, Sumatran Tiger, beautiful birds, snakes, tortoises, lizards and even some little fishy’s.
Steeped with the most extraordinary history, Harlech Castle is perched on a rock over looking Snowdonia. This 13thCentury Castle is open all year round and offers both an educational trip and the chance to see magnificent medieval architecture.
Go on book your holiday with us now and explore all the hidden gems of North Wales!