We are a small, quiet, family run park laid out in a garden like setting situated approximately 3 miles beyond Benllech on the beautiful Isle of Anglesey.
We have combined static holiday homes with a limited number of pitches for touring caravans.
A public footpath enables direct access to Lligwy Beach and the local coastal paths. The fine sandy beach of Lligwy Bay is a paradise for children of all ages with two large car parks, a shop, café and toilets.
A five-minute stroll will take you to the main road where a frequent bus service is available; this provides connections for other parts of the island and to the National Railway network.
My husband and I visited this site in July of 2006 and loved it, in fact we loved it so much we have left our touring van there for the remainder of this season!
Its a very tranquil site, immaculately maintained and the owners couldn't be more friendly or more helpful. It's located just less than a mile from Lligwy beach and is within easy reach of Benllech and all its ammenities. There is no shop, restaurant, bar or other facilites on this site but that helps retain its air of tranquility. There is a laundry, immaculate toilet blocks and facilities for dish washing etc. In addition there is a whole seperate field for dog walking which has plenty space to let the dog have a good run off the lead without upsetting any other holidaymakers. Lligwy beach is also dog friendly, even in the high season.
My only gripe with this site is that there is a charge for the showers and it takes nearly three 20p pieces to get a decent shower. Seems a little tight to me but the nightly rates are reasonable overall and the site is wonderful so its only a very minor gripe!
Would highly recommend this site to anyone, couples, elderly people or families.
I Thank you for taking the time to write your review and your complimentaryremarks.
In reply to your comment regarding the metering of the showers: In years gone by people would spend up to 25 minutes having a shower and using the showers for the washing of wetsuits etc. thereby preventing others from using the facilities.
In an attempt at preventing these practices the
metering system was introduced and is not an attempt to provide a profit from the use
of the facility.
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This reviewer is a couple, a tourer/motorhomer