Set in a charming countryside hamlet, in an area of outstanding natural beauty, right at the heart of Southern Wales. Here you will find a Romany Caravan, which formerly travelled along the lanes of West Wales... great for a cosy twosome, romantic hideaway or for anyone liking an alternative place to lay your head! The comfortable Vardo, has an outside building with a toilet, hot water, shower and washing facilities. There is also a terrace, bbq area and lots of garden space with lovely views. Camping and self catering property also available. Just seven minutes from M4 at junction 36, within easy distance of the capital City of Cardiff, the Maritime City of Swansea, golden sandy beaches, ancient castles, picture-postcard villages, the Brecon Beacons National Park and surrounded with acres of breathtaking mountain scenery and country parks just waiting to be discovered. There are country pubs nearby and it's just a short ride to the seaside resort of Porthcrawl. Private parking.
A small, family run tent only campsite, in a peaceful rural setting, just a few minute walk from the charming Victorian seaside town of Llanfairfechan, the beach, cafes and pubs. Eleven pitches, flushing toilets, free hot showers, heated shower rooms, large undercover seating areas with picnic tables, with extras available to hire which include fire basket, bag of logs and kindling, chairs and Hog Roaster Hire. Ideal for couples, groups and get togethers, where you can book for exclusive use of all or part of the site. Bunkhouse also available. A short ride from the Snowdonia National Park, Llanberis, Caernarfon Castle, Anglesey and Aber Falls. Undercover barn area for bikes.
A family run park with a warm welcome and excellent facilities including a heated amenity block, laundry and plenty of landscaped pitches. Close to Llyn Brianne (pictured) and the ancient borough of Llandovery, at the foothills of the Brecon Beacons and an ideal base for touring South West Wales. With that in mind the team at Erwlon have put together a number of tours with printouts provided for spectacular riding routes, taking in the beautiful countryside on your way. Alternatively you can just sit and watch the red kites fly overhead, the kingfisher along the river bank or snatch a glimpse of a wild mink! The owners pride themselves on a friendly welcome and state: "Please come and visit - you won't be disappointed!" Wi-Fi (paid for). Covered parking available and next to pitch.
Situated in an idyllic location, in the beautiful village of Llangian, just one mile from picturesque Abersoch, on the Lleyn Peninsula, North Wales. A traditional family farm with fantastic views, offering various accommodation in the bunkhouse, static caravans, camping and traditional cosy Welsh cottages, for longer stays. A small campsite with ladies and gents showers, toilets including disabled, launderette and drying room. The area is renowned for its beautiful beaches, with a 50 mile heritage coast and 19 sandy beaches (some with Blue Flag status) and Hell's Mouth; the finest surfing beach in the whole of Wales, just a mile away. Traditional pubs, quality restaurants and cafes, along with lots of small shops, offering everything from a pint of milk to the latest wet suits, can be found in nearby Abersoch and Pwllheli. Owners Phil and Meinir welcome you. Parking next to pitch.
An award winning site, delightfully situated between the coast road and the sea, with a pleasant 20 minute walk along the promenade to the seaside town of Barmouth, on the Mawddach Estuary, with a Blue Flag beach. All the facilities you would expect from a 5* site including modern shower blocks, disabled facilities, on-site shop, cafe and take-away. Nearby attractions include Snowdonia National Park, Dolgellau, Harlech, Bala, Beddgelert, Betws-y-Coed, Blaenau Ffestiniog, Caernarfon Castle, Porthmadog and much, much more. Sea-fishing and boat trips are available from the harbour. Barmouth lies between a mountain range and the sea, with slate roofed houses, quintessential charm and a rich history. A choice of eateries including cafes, bistros, Knickerbockers with 30 flavours of delicious ice cream and Mermaid Fish Bar; listed as one of Britain's top fish & chip shops. Also available a static caravan. Special offers for couples in Spring and Autumn. Parking next to pitch.
A 300 year old country inn, over a 1000ft above sea level at the top of a unspoilt sheep farming valley, in an absolutely stunning location in the heart of the Black Mountains. Camping for up to 40, with great views and of course the pub next door. The friendly pub offers real ales, home cooked tasty food, log fire when it is cold, terrace with fire pit and good company. Also five B&B rooms, some en-suite, with powerful showers. For groups the traditional stone barn offers bunkhouse accommodation on a B&B basis in three rooms for up to 28, newly carpeted, fully centrally heated, private wet rooms, with pillows and fitted sheets provided, so all you will need is a sleeping bag and a towel! In a peaceful part of southern Powys, close to Talgarth, Abergavenny and Hay-on-Wye, surrounded by superb Welsh countryside. They frequently cater for biker groups, up to 70 in number. Free Wi-Fi. Drying room facilities. Large private parking area.
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