Small, family run park that prides itself in high standards, surrounded by wonderful landscape.
There is a lot to enjoy - three golf courses, promenades, sandy beaches, mountains, dry ski slope and lots of miles of wonderful Welsh countryside.
- CCTV monitors the site 24 hours a day
- fully serviced
- maintained to high standards
Beautiful landscape and amazing wildlife
There is plenty of places to eat out, e.g. Queen's Head, Watson's Bistro or Osbourne House Cafe.
Based on 2 review(s)
staffordshire 18 Jun 2012
This is a very tranquil site kept imaculate by the very helpful owner. Wonderful views of the mountains and Conwy estruary, an ideal place to stay highly recommended vey close to Llandudno and Conwy and yet just far enough away from the maddening crowd. All the caravans are well looked after, everyone takes pride of their pitch
Staffordshire 09 Jun 2012
Groesfford static caravan park is a well maintained small site that is the jewel in the crown for all those working, who want to escape the stresses of modern working life, and for all those who are retired and want to enjoy their retirement to the full in a beautiful relaxing environment. Situated in an elevated position overlooking Conwy Castle, Marina and Estuary with distant views looking out over Puffin Island and Anglesy. The site is non commercial and attracts caravanors of a friendly disposition. Each year there is a gardening competition which attracts some excellent exhibits. The site is centrally situated, with all the main attractions of Nort Wales within a short drive. The site owners Mr and Mrs Gwyn Roberts are well respected within the North Wales caravan industry and I have found that they live up to their reputation of being very fair and go out of their way to help you settle in. Nothing is too much trouble for them and are always happy to oblige whenever they can. Groesfford has indeed become an home from home. There is no 10 year rule here, and the site is only closed for 6 weeks during the winter. Come on down and discover the hidden treasure of North Wales.