St Marys is under new management and provides a friendly, family feel atmosphere. We have recently been awarded 3 stars by Visit Wales.
Lyons St Mary's benefits from being completely flat, no steep inclines anywhere on park. All the pitches are on grass.
Whilst on park, guests enjoy a large amount of dog walking space, access to our private fishing lake and children's adventure play area all set in a peaceful and relaxing surrounding.
Our guests are welcome to make use of all the facilities at our flag-ship park, Lyons Robin Hood, including swimming pools, a full entertainment programme and four bars, for the duration of your visit.
There is a Crown Carvery public house a few minutes walk away. The bus stops near to the entrance to the site taking you to Prestatyn or Flint. The Beach and the riding stables are within walking distance.
There are a multitude of things to do in Prestatyn, whatever your age and interests may be. History, scenery and a lively atmosphere make the perfect mix. Prestatyn has been welcoming visitors for over 100 years and has the right ingredients to offer a truly memorable experience.
Prestatyn is the gateway to the North Wales coastal area, and the most easterly of the beautiful North Wales coastal resorts. Uniquely sited with its "shield" of hills and mountains, Prestatyn boasts a distinctly favourable climate all of its own.
Prestatyn Golf Club Bridlewood Riding Centre Welsh Mountain Zoo Denbighshire Rhyl SeaQuarium Talacre Beach Rhyl Miniature Railway Prestatyn Shopping Park Tweedmill Factory Outlets Llangollen Motor Museum
Sat Nav Postcode: LL19 9TB
Approaching the park from the east or the west leave the A55 at Junction 27 ,travel north on the A525 ( dual carriageway ) towards Rhyl .
After about 1.5 miles go straight over a roundabout and again having travelled another 1.5 miles reach the next roundabout where you turn right signposted Rhuddlan. Follow that road ,the A547, towards Prestatyn until you join the A548 just to the east of the town . Turn right and the park is about 2 miles along on your left.
If you are already in the area and approaching from Holywell on the A 548 bear in mind you have to go past the park on the other side of the dual carriageway and turn right at the ligh
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