A quiet, family-run campsite in an area of outstanding natural beauty, Kingsbridge Caravan and Camping Park's philosophy is to work with and to enhance and preserve its stunning natural setting.
It is therefore perhaps not too surprising to learn that this campsite on the Isle of Anglesey won the best green site award when the Top 100 Sites Guide 2014 was compiled by Caravan Sitefinder, along with Practical Caravan and Practical Motorhome magazines. The campsite has also won a Gold David Bellamy Award for Conservation and a Green Dragon Award for the Environment, as well as receiving a four-star rating from the Wales Tourist Board.
The Isle of Anglesey is a popular touring destination. Kingsbridge Caravan and Camping Park is a tranquil place, and lighting is kept at a minimum so you can star-gaze to your heart’s content.
The site covers 14 acres and has 50 touring pitches, all with 10A electric hook-up, and both caravans and motorhomes are welcome. There are also 50 tent pitches, as well as two four-berth static caravans on site. All bedding is provided for the static caravans, but towels are not. Dogs aren't allowed in the static caravans, smoking also not permitted.
Elsewhere, dogs are allowed at this campsite, so long as they are kept on a short lead – owners must clean up after their dogs, too.
The campsite's shop stocks all the everyday essentials, plus caravan accessories and kit for the beach, and there's a Calor/Camping Gaz stockist. There is free hot water in the two clean and tidy washrooms complete with underfloor heating. The male and female washblocks have shaver points and coin-operated hairdryers, and there is a mother and baby room in the female block. Dishwashing facilities and free freezers for ice blocks and food storage are available, too.
The owners pride themselves on the campsite’s low impact on the environment. The buildings are fitted with low-energy lighting, the heating is solar-powered and guests are asked to use the campsite's recycling facilities.
There is a children's play area as well as a large area dedicated to ball games. There is also some storage space for boats.
A post office and general store are about 10 minutes from the campsite by foot, while the park also has good public transport links, great if you want to leave your car and caravan or motorhome on site and head off exploring. You might also want to go to the market – there is one every Thursday and Saturday in Llangefni, which is about a 30-minute drive from the campsite.
Camping, motorhome and caravan holidays in Wales have been popular for a long time, and you can use Kingsbridge as your base for your Welsh adventure. This campsite is on the south east coast of Anglesey, about a quarter of an hour by car from Menai Bridge. The nearest town is Beaumaris, less than a 10-minute drive away and on the coast, overlooking the Menai Straight.
There are so many things to do on Anglesey. The South Stack Cliffs RSPB Reserve sits on Holy Island, on the Isle of Anglesey's north west coast, and while you're there, you can visit South Stack Lighthouse. If you like gardens, you could while away the hours at Plas Cadnant Hidden Gardens on your motorhome, camping and caravan holidays. Of course, there are many beaches to choose from on Anglesey, including Newborough Beach, Lligwy Beach and Rhosneigr Beach, and particularly close to this campsite is Beaumaris Gaol.
So if you're looking for some holiday accommodation on Anglesey, why not check out Kingsbridge Caravan and Camping Park.