North Wales Living

Published On May 1, 2019 | By Arthur Garst | Moving

So why live in North Wales? Whether you lead an active lifestyle or prefer a laid back approach, North Wales is ever increasing in popularity. Towns such as Colwyn Bay, Llandudno, and Rhyl are popular residential and touring hotspots with plenty to see and do. There is a rise in new build apartments in North Wales that are available with new plots based in Colwyn Bay. Popular for family life living and retirees, having the luxury of having the impressive 250 miles of open coastline on your doorstep simply couldn’t be better. If that isn’t enough to tempt you, the impressive mountain views and rolling green valleys, sure will.

North Wales is a desirable spot with some of the most beautiful towns and villages. The widely affordable apartments and new build houses make homes particularly sought-after in this area all with nearby historical buildings, stone walls and luscious green spaces.

This quiet and quaint area has some of the most notable urban centres with plenty of independent shops, traditional markets and shopping centres. A bus service runs the entire length from Prestatyn to Llandudno along the coastline of North Wales, making stopping off to explore easier with no worry of parking.

North Wales is perfect if your planning to live here with family as there are plenty of places to explore that are just around the corner. Adventurer? There are plenty of walking clubs, adventure groups and outdoor centres to hop along to. Or take in the scenery North Wales has to offer by hiking, cycle, climbing and even zip wiring across deserted quarries and green valleys all within the setting of the mountains and the rugged coastline. Your options certainly aren’t limited here, and the kids will certainly never be bored. There’s enough going on here that you’ll be able to peel them away from their computers once and for all!

Of course, schools and transport links are integral when finding the perfect new home. Scattered across North Wales are many excellent schools rated by Estyn, the Welsh equivalent to Ofsted, in their last inspection. Maybe you’re thinking, ”we don’t speak Welsh”. Worry not, many other residents also aren’t Welsh speaking, meaning more English teaching schools than before, making moving here even easier.

Maybe you’ve recently retired and want to get away from it all, that doesn’t necessarily mean you have to exclude yourself. There are many clubs, tea dances and even vintage fairs on every week. Keep socialised and pop to a one of the many garden centres and take the time to have some traditional afternoon tea with a loved one or family friend.

Work commitments? North Wales has excellent transport links between North Wales and Chester, Liverpool, Manchester and even London (in just under 3 hours!), which makes commuting a doddle. Whether it’s driving along the A55 or by train, travelling around is made easy, making for a more carefree lifestyle.

Why not discover North Wales today and stay this summer to see what there is to offer. Believe me when I say, there truly is something for everyone here.

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