Searivers Caravan Park lies on the Mid Wales coast between Aberdovey and the village of Borth. Sitting in the Ynyslas National Nature Reserve, you have direct access to some of the finest scenery, family beaches, dunes and visitor attractions in the whole of Mid Wales. Searivers offers holiday home owners, and visitors, a combination of seclusion and onsite facilities that are hard to find anywhere else in the area.
There is a shop and cafe on site, free Wi-fi and visitors to Searivers are welcome to use the pool and lounge bar facilities at Cambrian Coast, please go to reception for more information.
Visitors are welcome to use the swimming pool and the Lounge bar at Cambrian Coast.
For the fit and keen holidaymaker there is a very pleasant (but challenging) cliff-edge costal walk between Aberystwyth and Borth. Cambrian Coast itself nestles between safe sandy beaches and dunes, a lovely links golf course and is surrounded by a national bird and nature reserve.
There's plenty to see and do. Our on-site leisure facilities, and those at nearby Searivers and Riverside, keep everyone entertained whatever the weather.
Locally, Borth Animalarium is a ‘hands-on' Snake and Petting Barn with animal feeding for domestic, farm and exotic animals. Additionally, there are Pony Rides in the summer and a kiddies indoor ball pool. The Vale of Rheidol steam railway at Aberystwyth and the Talyllyn Railway, at nearby Tywyn, are both spectacular, while the Centre for Alternative Technology in Machynlleth, is a living community dedicated to developing sustainable technology.
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Worcestershire 09 Mar 2016
Management are awful un friendly and caravan owners seen unimpressed with the sit thought of buying a static van but after talking with owners changed m y mind