Located on the eastern border of Snowdonia National Park, Bodnant Caravan Park is the winner of the ‘Wales in Bloom’ contest for caravan and touring parks the consecutively for the past 26 years. The family and pet friendly site is open from the beginning of March until the end of October.
Bodnant caters to touring caravans, motorhomes, and tents. The site has two holiday caravans available for hire.
Bodnant is located in the scenic surrounds of the Conwy Valley. The park's guests come back year after year, due in no small part to the quality of service and the whole holiday experience.
The area is surrounded by trees, providing excellent views as well as an instinctive jump-off for embarking on an exploration of the natural beauty of the whole area.
There are plenty of amenities on site, including many child friendly facilities. There is a farm containing, among other animals, sheep, hens, and geese all of which young ones can get up close and personal to. There are wide varieties of bird species, inluding woodpeckers, herons, buzzards, and sparrow hawks all regularly inhabiting the park.
Great for intrepid hikers, Snowdonia offers tough terrain, the climb of Mount Snowdon itself is definitely a great challenge. It is a tough day out, but a rewarding one, too.
There are a number of culture and heritage sites situated nearby Bodant. Castles, botanical gardens, and the market town of Llanwrst offer a friendly change of pace from the caravan park itself.