The Magic of Maes Mynan Holiday Park
All part of the magic of Maes Mynan Holiday Park.
Maes Mynan Park offers a unique opportunity to own a luxury holiday home in a beautiful Welsh valley in Flintshire North Wales. You even get the chance to pick your view, before your choose your dream lodge.
The Magic of Maes Mynan Park Can Be Yours
Set in 100 acres of rustic countryside that includes three lakes, woodland, parkland and two designated conservation areas, Maes Mynan Park is a stunning new holiday park development, offering great opportunities to those seeking a UK holiday home in the country.
The Park was accorded the title ‘Arcadia of Wales’ in 1873 and it still holds true today, nestling perfectly into a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in Flintshire North Wales.
We are turning scrubland, left behind by a 20th century sand and gravel quarry, into beautiful parkland for holiday home owners and visitors to enjoy.
Phase one of this exciting holiday park development is now underway and will see the creation of twenty five elevated holiday lodge plots positioned around two lakes that have formed in old gravel pits – all of which have amazing countryside views.
Pick Your Favourite Plot For Your Perfect Lodge
With design and nature in perfect balance, each spacious individual lodge plot has a unique majestic panoramic kaleidoscope view over lakes, woodlands, meadows, fields, hills and valleys.
By working with the land, nature and the weather, Maes Mynan Park is evolving into something spectacular.
Catering for those who wish to escape to the country for their UK holiday home destination, we are encouraging our customers to choose their perfect lodge plot, before choosing their dream luxury lodge, because we appreciate that holiday homes need to meet the unique expectations our customers when it comes to choosing a holiday lifestyle.
We’re Using Heritage To Create Something Special
Maes Mynan Park is a very special place with an important Welsh cultural heritage that spans many centuries and has a hotchpotch of interesting stories to tell.
From a Motte, Barrow and Mynan the Giant, to Welsh Kings, Princes and Royal Deer Park, to Tudor Kings, Lords, Ladies and infighting, to farming, brick works and quarry, to holidays, parkland and leisure, there are some great tales to share.
As our research evolves we will anchor the lands heritage in all that we do at Maes Mynan Park. We have started this historic journey by naming our show lodge ‘The Llewellyn Lodge’, to reflect the historical ties the land once had to the last medieval Welsh Princes, who held a Llys (court) here and we have every intention of rediscovering the legend of ‘Mynan the Giant’ that is currently only a footnote in 1700’s Welsh history.
As Maes Mynan Park has an important industrial heritage, where possible remnants of that history is being retained.
For example, you will spot the old quarry weighbridge as a feature to the entrance of the Maes Mynan Park office (which is a spectacular solid log building from Estonia), with extra pieces positioned behind the office log burner.
In addition large stones discovered buried around the old weighbridge office have been included in landscaping, sitting proud to welcome visitors and there is even a small ‘Druids’ style semi-circle of large shards of shale positioned behind the great stone walls that grace the entrance to Maes Mynan Park, a nod at the lands prehistoric past and the geological make-up of the land in the surrounding valley.
The Best of North Wales On The Doorstep
Caerwys (the smallest town in Britain with a Royal Charter) and Afonwen are in such close proximity to Maes Mynan Park, we are working with local independent businesses to offer our customers a range of amenities and services ‘On the Doorstep’.
This includes sourcing artisan produce, groceries, butchery, transfer services, pamper sessions, food delivery, takeaways and there are even two dog groomers offering a wash and dry service to keep happy dogs clean, regardless of the weather!
All this will be featured on our website under ‘On The Doorstep’ because we believe in helping our customers find what they maybe looking for.
There are also bespoke adventure tours and activities available, with a fully qualified activities guide (including extreme adventures if required) that can also test survival skills along the way!
North Wales is full of surprises and has always offered visitors plenty of opportunity to discover and explore cultural, historic, towns, castles, walks and forests, as well as beautiful rugged, rustic and natural landscapes, be it mountains, hills, valleys, rock faces, rivers, streams, woodland, islands, sea, beaches or sand dunes.
From the air, the dramatic landscape changes the further West you go towards Snowdonia, highlighting perfectly the beauty of Maes Mynan Park and all it offers to those seeking a country retreat for their holiday home, where nature inspired scenery will recharge the batteries every time.
And Next Year …
Next year the first boutique eco glamping pods will be available for those who wish to spend time sleeping under a canopy of trees, in woodland and away from it all, but with all the modern luxuries of comfortable beds and warm Goose Down duvets!
Getting To Maes Mynan Park
Maes Mynan Park is a great holiday park location because it’s easy to get to, even though it’s off the beaten track, making it an ideal base for exploring the incredible wonders North Wales has to offer.
As an unspoilt hidden gem this Arcadia of Wales is also in close proximity to great pubs and restaurants and with an artisan gin maker distilling locally, it really is possible to have your gin on tap!