It’s a welcome break after the long slog of January. Book now to secure your North Wales getaway for February half term! Family fun, weatherproof winter adventures, and relaxation await.
It’s a universally acknowledged truth that January is the longest month in the calendar. Feel like you need a welcome light at the end of the long winter tunnel?
February half term is the perfect time to treat the family to a stress-free getaway in North Wales. Blow away the cobwebs, recharge the batteries, and find some post-new-year equilibrium to make some precious family memories.
Whether you want to visit beautiful mountain villages like nearby Betws y Coed and Beddgelert, explore Snowdonia’s natural beauty at its stunning winter best, find a hillside to sledge down, or simply take some time out from the busy-ness modern life, we’ve got the perfect getaway to cater to all your family’s needs.
Our warm, comfortable, recently renovated holiday lodges come with super-cosy bedrooms, and open plan living areas with comfortable sofas, snug blankets and throws (free WiFi comes as standard, in case the kids ask). Our lodges look out to stunning views of the Conwy Valley and Snowdonia mountains, which look extra-beautiful at this time of year with a light dusting of snow.
We’re just down the road from some iconic – and weatherproof – North Wales family adventures, including Zip World Fforest (3miles), Adrenaline Indoors at Adventure Parc Snowdonia (5 miles), and Bounce Below (14 miles). Fancy a grown up treat away from the kids? The thermal experience at the Wave Garden Spa (also at Adventure Parc Snowdonia) is the perfect winter-warmer treat (5 miles).
With one-, two-, and three-bedroom holiday lodges available, and a limited number of dog-friendly lodges too (book early to avoid disappointment), we have accommodation to suit every family. Head over to our lodge page now and book your perfect February Half Term holiday base.
Our beautiful holiday lodge park occupies a prime location in the centre of Llanrwst, and comes with scenic views across the River Conwy to the Gwydir Forest and mountains beyond.