Our facilities are among the finest of any caravan park in Mid Wales and our club, catering, shops and onsite services mean you never need to leave Glan y Môr. Facilities include a modern health and fitness centre with a large heated free form indoor pool, tanning room, a well equipped air conditioned cardio-vascular gym (induction required), sauna and spa bath. The bowling centre and galley bar serves meals, soft drink, tea, coffee and a full range of alcoholic beverages.
Arcade machines, pool tables, a soft ball play area for the under 5's and a children's entertainer help keep the kids happy for hours. The fully licensed family club is open at lunchtimes for family activities (high season only) and evening for meals, cabaret and live entertainment.
Camping and touring caravan guests are not left out, with award winning shower and toilet blocks, a laundrette, chemical toilet disposal points and 240 volt hook-ups.
Gentle seaside strolls, rugged mountain hikes, pony trekking and cycling are excellent ways to enjoy this spectacular scenery. With ample opportunities for angling, sailing and golf there's plenty to do for the fit and sporty.
The Vale of Rheidol Railway runs for nearly 12 miles from Aberystwyth to Devil's Bridge. On the hour-long journey passengers have spectacular views of the wooded Rheidol Valley. At Devil's Bridge, there are walks to Mynach Falls, Devil's Punchbowl and Jacob's Ladder.
At Devil's Bridge spectacular 300ft waterfalls and three bridges span a breathtaking woodland gorge. The first bridge is reputed to have been built by the Devil, but in reality it was built in 11th century by the monks.
Just spent a weekend 24/25 april here with my touring van cant fault this camp realy enjoyed staff were very friendly and helpfull, the beer was excellent the club entertainment was as well as you could expect as it is still early season meals in the club area i can recommend very good the scenery was second to none we loved every minute, i must say though i chose the top field as shown in the picture, had to fasten my awning down tight as its pretty windy up there,the scary thing was getting up there my car was really tested i nearly didnt make it cant get a run at it i wouldnt try that again bottom field for me im afraid but who knows they might pull it up for me.
overall i will definatley be back, loved it
Glan-Y-Mor Leisure Park, Aberystwyth, Ceredigion, Wales
Practical Motorhome Independent Site Reviews
Glan-y-mor can well afford to call itself a leisure park. It is crammed so full with activities that it is far more than your average caravan park.
A four-lane bowling alley, an indoor swimming pool, a gym,
a jacuzzi, a steam room, a sauna and a solarium are just some of the outstanding facilities on offer here. They are all part of owner William Lloyd-Jones’ quest to make his park irresistible to holidaymakers. And so far, it’s working.
The park is situated in a horseshoe-shaped bay just around the headland from Aberystwyth. It is home to a large number of static caravans, yet it can also accommodate 50 tourers in a dedicated, hedged-off area with its own modern, spotless, wash block, a play area and open, grassy, spaces.
You can also take advantage of the many bars and restaurants on site, and there is a fully stocked Spar grocery shop in the grounds.
New arrivals could well find themselves torn as to what to do first, with the natural lure of Cardigan Bay right by the site entrance and vying with the tempting facilities within
the park's gates.
One must-do activity is to clamber through the ferns and gorse, and climb up Constitution Hill to enjoy the superb views over the seaside resort of Aberystwyth. If you do not fancy the climb, you can instead take the cable-hauled tramcar up to the summit.
Also, just down the road you will find a scenic steam railway. In addition, only about 15 miles away, is the 300ft-high Mynach waterfall which overlooks the spectacular wooded gorge and the legendary Devil’s Bridge.
l 3.5 miles to Aberystwyth: Cardigan Bay is one of the last remaining places in the UK where bottlenose dolphins live. Take a boat trip around the bay from here or spot the dolphins (pictured, below left) and grey seals from the coastal path. 1 Aug 2006
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Glan-y-mor can well afford
to call itself a leisure park.
It is crammed so full with activities that it is far more than your average caravan site. A four-lane bowling alley, an indoor swimming pool, a gym, a jacuzzi, a steam room, a sauna and a solarium are just some of the outstanding facilities on offer here, all part of owner William Lloyd Jones’ quest to make his site irresistible to holidaymakers.
So far, it’s working.
The site is situated in
a horseshoe bay just around the headland from Aberystwyth. It contains a large number of static caravans, yet it can also accommodate 50 touring caravans in a dedicated, hedged-off area with its own modern, spotless washblock, play area and open grassy spaces. You can take advantage of the many bars and restaurants, and there is a fully stocked Spar shop on site.
New arrivals could well find themselves torn as to what to do first, with the natural lure of Cardigan Bay right by the site entrance vying with the tempting facilities within the gates. But one must-do activity is a clamber through the ferns and gorse up Constitution Hill for superb views over the seaside resort of Aberystwyth. If you don’t fancy the climb, you can get the cable-hauled tramcar to the summit. Just down the road you can find a scenic steam railway and spectacular 300ft waterfalls at Devil’s Bridge.17 Apr 2006