Bodnant Caravan Park Llanrwst, Conwy, Wales, LL26 0SD (Location map)

4 stars out of 5 reviews

1st March to 31st October (approx.)

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.

Location


Bodnant Caravan Park (www)
Nebo Road
Conwy, Wales
United Kingdom
LL26 0SD

Directions

The site is situated opposite the Leisure Centre and on the B5427 Nebo Road from Llanrwst, and is clearly signposted at the junction with the A470 (click through for map).

Nearby attractions

The Conwy Valley is a place of unsurpassed beauty clothed, it is said, in every shade of green imaginable. Despite the farming of its lands, the planting of great swathes of forest, building of roads and the railway the valley has remained relatively unchanged throughout the centuries. Apart from the natural beauty of its rivers, lakes and vistas of the rugged Snowdonia mountains there are numerous places of interest to visit during your stay.

Llanrwst, the 'capital' of the Conwy Valley is an ancient market town built on the banks of the River Conwy. The ancient three-arched stone bridge leads into a town made up of narrow streets offering a plethora of shops selling goods from everyday needs to home baked bread and Welsh delicacies. There is something to suit all palates in the variety of restaurants, bistros, cafes, take-aways and olde worlde tea-rooms.

There is a wealth of culture and heritage in the Conwy Valley, including the following:

St. Crwst's Church, Llanrwst (½ mile)
15th century church with beautiful carved rood screen, effigy of Hywel Coetmor and stone coffin of Llywelyn the Great.
Tu Hwnt i'r Bont, Llanrwst (½ mile)
Welsh afternoon teas are served in this ancient courthouse with its low oak beams, now in the keeping of the National Trust.
Gwydyr Castle, Llanrwst (1 mile)
16th century Manor House that was the ancestral home of the famous Wynns of Gwydyr.
Trefriw Wells Spa (3 miles)
This spa was said to have been discovered by soldiers from the XX Roman Legion.
Trefriw Woollen Mills (2 miles)
Working mill with large shop selling its products.
Crafnant & Geirionydd Lakes (4 miles)
Beautiful lakes nestling in the mountains above Trefriw.
Capel Garmon Cromlech (5 miles)
This burial chamber dates from circa 1800 BC.
Betws-y-Coed (3 miles)
This most well known of Welsh villages is in a picturesque location and offers many shopping opportunities.
Bodnant Garden, Eglwysbach (8 miles)
Surely the greatest garden in Wales. Famous for its Laburnum arch. (after which my mother named our caravan site - having been brought up on a farm adjacent to Bodnant Gardens)
Further afield, but still within easy reach there are many more attractions to be discovered including:

Conwy Castle
Caernarfon Castle
Llechwedd Slate Caverns - Blaenau Ffestiniog
Slate Museum - Llanberis
Copper Mines - Llandudno & Beddgelert
Welsh Mountain Zoo - Colwyn Bay
Steam Railways - Ffestiniog Railway & Snowdon Mountain Railway


Things to do nearby

  • Beach [<100m]
  • Boat launch [<100m]
  • Fishing
  • Golf
  • Horse Riding
  • Sailing [<100m]
  • Swimming (Indoor)
  • Sports Ground
  • Internet Access
  • Leisure Centre

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Other facilities

Multi-Service Pitches Caravans and Motor Caravans
Electric and TV Hook up for tents
Dog Walk
Separate Rally Field
Prices for 2010 Season

Motorhome pitches38£16.50-£21.50
Touring pitches38£16.50-£21.50
Tent pitches16£16.50-£21.50
Seasonal pitches
Serviced pitches (touring)
Rentals
Chalets
Holiday homes2£265.00-£375.00
Residential homes
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Holiday homes
Residential homes
Chalets

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Overall rating

3.5 stars

Based on 5 review(s)

Shropshire

2.0 stars

As we pulled onto the site it was a picture, the flowers and garden beautifuly cared for....very inviting. BUT we found the shower and toilet block a real let down they really do need up dating.It would also have been nice to have had some form of contact with the owners. The pitches are a lovely size and well cared for.

aberdeenshire

1.0 stars

Didn't stay at the site but found customer service to be very poor my wife contacted to book and was told someone would call back later which never happened. she called back the following day and booked a pitch but due to unforeseen circumstances she called back within 24 hours to cancel and although she was offered the chance to use the deposit for alternative dates. this option was not available to us due to my wife's employment I have since emailed them to express my disappointment and ask them to refund my deposit but after 3 days I have still not had a response needless to say I wont be recommending this site to anyone

leicestershire

5.0 stars

We had a wonderful time, the park was very clean and tidy. A very pretty area of Wales, lots of places to visit and sites to see. I would highly recommended this site to anyone thinking of going to Wales. We will be going back next year for our second visit.

cheshire

5.0 stars

We go to this camp every year and never grow tired of view or the peace. Never change this wonderful site, cant wait till this may hurry up please. We have used this site for years and will continue to use so handy for seeing north wales,walking distance about 15mins to pub/ eating cafes and shops. Dont for get your free range eggs on site sooo good.

stoke on trent

5.0 stars

I would recomend this site to anyone it is well laid out with ample room between pitches. Care and attention to the flower beds and tubs was there for all to see. All age groups are made welcome, children have a play area and dogs have their own walking area. The toilets and shower blocks were clean and tidy. My stay here was short but very enjoyable. A big thankyou to Mrs Jenkins for helping us out in our hour of need. bodnant Caravan Park, Llanrwst, Conwy