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Wern Farm Caravan Park

Tyn-Y-Groes, Conwy

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Wern Farm Caravan Park is a small, tranquil site with 24 pitches welcoming motorhomes and touring caravans. Wern Farm Caravan Park is the great retreat for anyone who loves fishing and is looking forward to spending time at one with the outdoors during their holidays in Wales. Located on the northern edge of Snowdonia National Park, close to the north Wales coast, Wern The park is in the unspoiled Conwy Valley and all pitches offer breathtaking views of the surrounding area.

Wern Farm Caravan Park offers an opportunity for families looking to explore the north and west of Wales, with fishing, golf, and many other activities and attractions within easy reach. Families seeking a quiet holiday in a picturesque Welsh valley are encouraged to stay at Wern Farm and explore Snowdonia and beyond.

Open from:
14th March to 31st October

Facilities:
Pets allowed, Electric hook-ups, LPG stockist, Sanitary block(s), Laundry, Chemical disposal point, Washing up facilities

Accommodations:
24 Touring pitches, 24 Motorhome pitches, Seasonal pitches, Holiday homes (for rent)

Nearby attractions:
Beach, Boat launch, Fishing, Golf, Horse Riding, Sailing, Water Sports

As well as fishing in the River Conwy, there is much to do in the surrounding area. Guests who would like to explore the north coast of Wales can take a drive along the coast road, all the way to the border with England and beyond, should they wish to. Most of the towns and villages on the coast offer everything expected of seaside resorts, with theme parks, amusements, fish and chip takeaways and more, as well as safe, sandy beaches where you can enjoy a range of family friendly activities.

The coast road will also introduce guests to some amazing golf courses and further locations for fishing, while inland many guests enjoy discovering and exploring the charming market towns and villages in North Wales.

For a wonderful day out, it is well worth following the coast road to the west, where the road bridge to the Isle of Anglesey awaits. There are many great places – and beaches – to explore there. Visit Bangor, on the crossing and the town of Holyhead, with its busy ferry port being the gateway to Ireland. If you fancy an added adventure during your holiday, why not take a fast ferry across to Dublin from Holyhead and spend a day in Ireland’s capital, with its Guinness Brewery factory tours, lively pubs and cafés, shops and cultural attractions.

Wern Farm Caravan Park has the Snowdonia National Park right on its doorstep, of course, so it is unsurprising that most guests take advantage of the opportunity to explore and experience the area in full. While the park is close to miles of moorland and woodland that tourists can explore at their leisure, there are also plenty of organised activities that take place across Snowdonia. These include climbing and abseiling, mountaineering, guided walking, cycling, and pony trekking.

If you are feeling energetic you really should consider walking up Mount Snowdon, the highest peak. If you prefer, for most of the year, you can take the Snowdon mountain railway train from Llanberis and enjoy refreshments in a café close to the summit. Trains run daily from May to the start of November, whenever the weather permits. Trains do run from mid-March, but don't go all the way up the mountain in winter, terminating at Clogwyn.

A drive to the south introduces the west coast of Wales, where bucket-and-spade seaside holiday destinations such as Aberystwyth and Cardigan await. Both towns are filled with shops and restaurants as well as having tourist attractions that don’t involve the beach, though the activities offered on the golden sands are definitely the biggest attraction. Try surfing, jet skiing, and many more sporting activities from the west coast of Wales.


Wern Farm Caravan Park

Wern Farm Caravan Park
Conwy, Wales
United Kingdom
LL32 8SY
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Overall rating

5.0 stars

Based on 4 review(s)

5.0 stars

Just had two nights on this wonderful site. Its our third visit this year. Toilets and showers are immaculate, well maintained gardens and very friendly owners. On site also are two pods with a hot tub if required,fire pit/bbq , smart tv and all fully equipped. We had a look inside....wow. For those that prefer there is also a cottage available. All of this and not overlooked. A short drive to Conwy,Llandudno or Rhos on Sea. It's a hidden gem of a place.

Cheshire

5.0 stars

A beautiful site in the unspoilt Conwy Valley. If you are looking for peace and quiet then this is the place for you. They do have a web site www.WernFarm.com showing lots of pictures of the site. We love it here.

cheshire

5.0 stars

Really lovely maintained site, just a couple of miles outside of Conway. Toilets and showers lovely and clean and a very warm welcome. The owners keep the site cean and a really beautiful spot. Enjoy at only £17 per night for motor home, 2 adults, 2 children with hardstanding, electric hook up and awning!!!!

Lancashire

4.0 stars

Fabulous tranquil site. Ideal for peaceful break away from it all. 5 miles out of Conwy - 20 mins from Betws y Coed by car - coastline and mountains all close by.
Beautifully kept facilities - immaculate shower block and toilets.
Good, simple pitches on slightly sloping field.
Wern Farm Caravan Park, Tyn-Y-Groes, Wales