The rolling seasons at Maes Mynan Park are a breeze in diversity. All visiting weather brings a fresh challenge or two! But when its hot it’s hot – thanks to a microclimate that often sees rain clouds pass us by!
It’s a family affair! Maes Mynan Park is evolving from a sand and gravel quarry into parkland and a beautiful holiday retreat for holiday homeowners. Rome wasn’t built in a night and we have fun along the way, as well … Read More
Once a sand and gravel quarry Maes Mynan Park has an industrial past to be proud of. From old pumping machinery made in Manchester to an old 1930s tin shed, to a cast-iron weighbridge made in Bolton, there was plenty … Read More
Discover your inner adventurer by exploring the great outdoors with Planetree and find yourself experiencing bespoke and guided activities, adventure, treks and tours across North Wales – all opportunities on the doorstep of your holiday home at Maes Mynan Park. … Read More
If Ginastics are your gin and tonic exercises, then The Piccadilly Inn Gin Bar in Caerwys is the ideal location to dabble in your favourite tipple. With local artisan gins available too, delving into the your taster sessions is an excellent way to go. … Read More
The Piccadilly Inn has an interesting history, which includes a race horse called Piccadilly! With ‘great pub food done well’, gluten free menus and homemade stout ice cream, it’s worth checking in to this welcoming local establishment. … Read More
Welcome to Maes Mynan Park, a hidden gem of a location, nestled perfectly into the beautiful natural landscape in a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty – an ideal location for those seeking an escape to the country for their UK holiday home retreat. … Read More