Pen y Bont Touring Caravan and Campsite, is ideally located for Bala Lake, in the Snowdonia National Park and is a fantastic base for many of the areas outdoor activities and great days out. Alternatively you can just relax in the peaceful environment, take in the local scenery and enjoy the Beautiful Mountains, Lakes and Coastlines and many other Tourist Attractions close by.
The Plassey Touring Caravan Park has been the proud winner of many Awards over the last ten years and its superb amenities cater for all:- from families looking for a weekend break, to couples wishing to relax and take in all the beautiful countryside surroundings.Park facilities include a superb Amenity building with individual washroom cubicles, showers, toilets and dishwashing area. With its special provision for babies and the disabled, it is an ideal supplement to the already excellent on-site facilities.
An extensive, all-happening Park alongside 7 miles of dune-backed sands. Whose small and relaxed grassy touring area provides 34 pitches.
The park, which has electrically operated security barriers, is also close to Betws-y-Coed's shops, restaurants and pubs and golfers will be delighted to discover that there's a first class golf course nearby. Whether you're a sportsman, nature lover, rambler, angler, artist, photographer, cyclist or someone just seeking a relaxing family break, you will not be disappointed at Riverside.
There are some 300 acres of land allocated to camping. This makes SHELL ISLAND the biggest camp site in the UK, and the Biggest camping site in Europe. We do not allocate pitches, so you can therefore find your ideal pitch yourself.
Discover an Award Winning Caravan and Campsite near Abersoch on the Lleyn Peninsula that is truly unequaled. Ideally suited for couples and small families; The Park merges the traditional with contemporary in an unsurpassed setting: offering warmth, charm, space and a certain refined ambience that is truly on a par of its own.
Winners of The Best Campsite in Wales 2010 National Tourism Awards for Wales
There really is something for everyone, from sandy beaches, to the excitement and fun-filled attractions of nearby Rhyl, to the craggy mountains and deep valleys of beautiful Welsh scenery.
A quiet and peaceful site with impressive views and beautiful scenery, the Ty Newydd CL site is situated on a small farm just on the outskirts of the village of Llangwm. Set approx 1 mile off the A5, 9 miles north of Bala, and 17 miles east of Betws y Coed, the site is centrally situated for all the popular North Wales tourist attractions and is an ideal base for those wishing to explore Snowdonia, the coast or the border counties.