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Hunters Hamlet Touring Caravan Park

Hunters Hamlet is an award winning, family run park described by Practical Caravan Inspectors "This small,idyllic park is a tonic for the weary & stimulus for yougsters who adore wildlife. Maureen Makinson of Caravan Life's describes the park: "Quiet & peaceful site where visitors return knowing they have discovered a real gem".

Hard standing with 10amp hookup is £18 to £22 per night. Super pitch hard standing with 16amp hook up is £23 to £27 per night. Bank holiday surcharge £3 per night.

Open from:
21st March to 31st October

Facilities:
Pets allowed, Disabled access, Children's play area(s), Electric hook-ups, LPG stockist, Sanitary block(s), Laundry, Wireless internet, Chemical disposal point, Washing up facilities

Family bathroom with full sized bath. Fridge-freezer, iron.

Prices include rates for caravan, car, 2 people and electricity.


Accomodations:
23 Touring pitches, 23 Motorhome pitches, 8 Serviced pitches (touring), Wireless internet

Nearby attractions:
Beach, Fishing, Golf, Horse Riding, Sailing, Swimming (Indoor), Tennis

Bodnant Gardens
Theatres at Rhyl & Llandudno
Welsh Mountain Zoo
Rhyl Sun Centre
Llandudno Ski Slope and Toboggan run
Conwy Harbour, Betws-y-Coed
Marble Church at Bodelwyddan
Twin Spires Church Betws-yn-Rhos
Sea Life Centre Rhyl
Portmeirion
Welsh mountain Railway
Slate Mines
Great Orme Country Park
Tweedmill Factory Outlet

Bowls & Tennis in nearby villages.
Food Shop 0.5m, Bar/Pub 2m, Restaurant 2m, Sandy Beach 3.5m, Not Sandy Beach 5m


Hunters Hamlet Touring Caravan Park (www)

Sirior Goch Farm, Betws-yn-Rhos
Conwy, Wales
United Kingdom
LL22 8PL
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Overall rating

4.5 stars

Based on 3 review(s)

5.0 stars

Rural, well laid out, quiet, cared for site. Great location away from it all but close enough to coast, pub, visitor attractions and towns. Facilities always spotless, bath available too! Super pitches have tv arial, hook up, constant water and waste, and picnic table. Some are on a slope. Relaxing, friendly site

Lancs

5.0 stars

This is a lovely, well kept site. This was our first visit and it certainly wont be the last. The toilet, showers etc. were spotlessly clean, and we found all the other amenities just as well cared for. The owners are very friendly and helpful. I would suggest you take levelling blocks with you, since some of the pitches are sloping. All in all, I would recommend this site, you wont be disappointed.

somerset

3.0 stars

i have just returned from a seven day stay at this secluded camp site in north wales,about three miles from abergele it is easy to find exept google say it is situated on the right hand side as you are arriveing and it is actually on the left about quarter of a mile further on this was my only moan not bad after 250 miles, the site is quiet and spaceous with lovely views the toilets and shower areas are all very clean with hot water at all times the staff are all very friendly, not much more to say really the best part about the site is its few facillitys,it makes it what it is a relaxing place to be.

Property manager response (09 Aug 2010)

Thank you for your review. Please look at our website for directions. We will contact google maps to see if this could be changed, and we have since put a new sign before the turning to the caravan park.