Three Cliffs Bay Holiday Park

Swansea, Glamorgan

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One of the major appeals of this small family park is the spectacular position with the panoramic views of Three Cliffs Bay, voted the “Number one view from a campsite in the world” by The Independent, 2006. Is is situated at the cliff top, which is a short 5 minute walk from the beach to enjoy the golden sands. There are also some 52 acres of cliff-land which is ideal for exercising dogs. We welcome families and couples, and enjoy a warm, friendly atmosphere with many visitors returning year after year.

Open from:
24th March to 30th October

Disabled access, Pets allowed, Chemical disposal point, Electric hook-ups, Laundry, LPG stockist, Sanitary block(s), Shop, Washing up facilities, Wireless internet

Motorhome pitches, Tent pitches, Touring pitches

Nearby attractions:
Beach, Fishing, Golf, Horse riding holidays, Sailing, Water Sports

Caswell Bay
Clyne Gardens
Gower Penisula
Oystermouth Castle

Three Cliffs Bay Holiday Park

Glamorgan, Wales
United Kingdom
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Overall rating

5.0 stars

Based on 2 review(s)


5.0 stars

From the first moment we arrived we knew this was going to be an exceptional stay. The welcome we received from the wardens was nothing short of perfect. A mix of practical info together with local amenities and humour. The site certainly lives up to its 5star rating with individual wet rooms that we would be happy to have at home. The view from our pitch can only be described as outstanding. With a lovely sandy beach and views across the Bristol Channel that keep changing by the minute. We cannot recommend this site highly enough as it should be 6 stars. Anyone visiting this area should come and stay here as you will never regret it.


5.0 stars

We had stayed at Three Cliffs Bay Holiday Park three years ago and were so blown away by the location, that we decided to return this Spring.
Location: The site has one of the most spectacular views that I have ever seen whilst camping. It is situated on top of the bay and the panoramic views of the sea, Cornwall and other local bays really give you a sense of how beautiful this Island can be.
On the negative side, being on the side of a bay means that it is very, very windy, so I would recommend going when the weather is forecast for low winds and sunshine. On the other hand the site has another field at the back of the shower block, which is slightly less windy and it is possible to camp at the top end of the field where there appears to be slightly more shelter from the hedges.
Shower/washing facilities: The shower block and toilets were extremely well maintained and the water was hot. You purchase tokens for 30p for the shower from the onsite shop, which I didn't feel was unreasonable.
Support/Warden: The wardens live in a static caravan onsite and were both very friendly and helpful. We were looking to move our tent half way through our holiday and they assisted us in finding a better spot.
Onsite shop: This is open from around 8.30 am each day until around 6pm and sells most things that you would need.
There are electrical points on the site, but we did not use them as we were camping.
I would advise booking in advance for this campsite as we tried to book a couple of weeks in advance of half term and could not get a reservation, which highlights how popular it is with families.
Cost: The cost is currently £20 per night, which is not the cheapest price I have paid, but I feel that it is well worth it for the experience.
Overall, I would thoroughly recommend this campsite for both campers and caravans.