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Off Park But Not Too Far

Maes Mynan Park is a great place to own a holiday home because it’s so easy to get to as it is located only 4 miles off junction 31 of the A55 North Wales Expressway. At first you might think it’s off the beaten track, but in reality it’s … Read More

It’s A Family Affair

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, with a helping hand from all the family. Rome wasn’t built in a day, but … Read More

Remnants of an Industrial Past

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 and a cast-iron weighbridge made in Bolton, there was plenty … Read More

Discover an Arcadian wonderland

Maes Mynan Park is an Arcadian wonderland, oozing natural charm with its stunning panoramic views within a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). As a beautifully located hideaway retreat, Maes Mynan Park’s majestic views offer … Read More

Evolving Landscapes – Quarry To Holiday Park

The adventure begins with a vision. Here we share some of the highlights of an evolving landscape that was once a sand and gravel quarry. Creating beautiful parkland, an exclusive holiday park and a special Arcadian wonderland in Wales, is … Read More

Weathering The Seasons

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 micro climate that often sees rain clouds pass us by! The Seasons add add to the beauty and romance … Read More