Bron Derw Touring Caravan Park Llanrwst, Conwy, Wales, LL26 0YT (Location map)
1st March to 31st October
Looking for somewhere to stay on your caravan holidays in Wales? Then why not try Bron Derw Touring Caravan Park. Visit to discover the three touring caravan parks and the self catering apartment on the outskirts of Llanrwst between Betws-y-Coed and Llandudno, at the edge of the Snowdonia National Park in North Wales.
This is an award winning campsite that features in the Top 100 Sites Guide 2014, compiled by Caravan Sitefinder, along with Practical Caravan and Practical Motorhome magazines. In voting for this guide, visitors commended the campsite for its neat and tidy appearance, the clean shower and toilet blocks, and for the campsite's stunning location.
The caravan parks and this campsite in North Wales are in private grounds near the farmhouse at Bron Derw, while the self catering accommodation is in a private apartment in the farmhouse. And that is not all – caravan storage is also available at Bron Derw Touring Caravan Park.
This is a dog-friendly campsite, but dogs must be kept on a lead, and it welcomes guests in caravans and motorhomes, but not tents.
The main campsite at this park features 20 multi-serviced pitches with 16-amp hook-ups, as well as well-maintained shower and toilet facilities, a purpose built disabled suite and a baby changing area. Here you'll also find a utility room with a washing up sink, a vegetable preparation sink, a washing machine and a dryer. There are chemical toilet disposal facilities, too, as well as a payphone and Wi-Fi. This campsite is open between March and October.
There is a separate site for adults only, Parc Derwen, perfect for adults seeking a quiet, relaxing holiday in North Wales. In this section of the site you'll find 23 multi-serviced pitches, also with 16-amp hook-ups, good toilet and shower facilities, a purpose built disabled suite, and a washing machine and a dryer to keep your clothes clean. There is also a sink in which to do your washing up and somewhere to prepare your veg. Wi-Fi is available, as are seasonal pitches.
The third touring caravan site here is a CL registered site for Caravan Club members only. It is separate from the rest of the caravan park. On this section of the caravan park are five hardstanding, multi-serviced pitches, with 16-amp hook-ups, as well as TV, water and grey waste connections. If you're staying in this part of the campsite you will also have the use of showers and Wi-Fi, and there are chemical toilet disposal facilities. Dogs are permitted, but owners must remember to clean up after them.
The holiday apartment at Bron Derw provides self-catering accommodation for four people, with a double bed and two singles – towels and bed linen are provided. A TV and DVD player, a fully equipped kitchen, garden furniture and a barbecue are all supplied, plus Wi-Fi is available. Children are welcome, however dogs are not permitted. It is a self catering, self contained ground floor apartment and a great base from which to explore Snowdonia.
If you're on your holidays in Wales staying at Bron Derw Touring Caravan Park, you are on the doorstep to the Snowdonia National Park, meaning there are plenty of breathtaking sights to drink in. If you're brave enough you can climb Mount Snowdon, or do it the easy way and enjoy a ride on the Snowdon Mountain Railway to what is known as the rooftop of Wales.
Bron Derw is located on the outskirts of the market town of Llanrwst in the Conwy Valley, between the North Wales coast and the mountains of Snowdonia.
* lakes and mountains of the Snowdonia National Park
* 5 miles from Betws-y-Coed
* North Wales coast inc. Llandudno
* castles and steam railways to visit
* outdoor activities
From Bron Derw you can explore the many attractions and activities that Snowdonia and the rest of North Wales have to offer.
The caravan park and self catering apartment at Bron Derw are at the edge of the market town of Llanrwst in the Conwy Valley which has numerous shops including a Coop supermarket. There are cafés (1 with internet access), pubs, restaurants, and a selection of takeaways in Llanrwst.
The popular village of Betws-y-Coed is 5 miles to the south, and the Victorian resort of Llandudno is 10 miles to the north.
There are many steam railways to visit including the Snowdon Mountain Railway, the Welsh Highland Railway, and Ffestiniog Railway. There are historic castles at Conwy, Caernarfon and Dolwyddelan and the world famous Italianate village of Portmeirion (used for the TV series 'The Prisoner') is within easy reach. The renowned Bodnant Garden is a few miles down the road.
The area is ideal for sightseeing, mountain biking, walking, climbing, fishing and much more. The beaches at Llandudno, Anglesey and Cardigan Bay are also easily accessible.
In the evening, there are plenty of good places to eat in Llanrwst, Betws-y-Coed and Conwy, plus the local pubs in the surrounding villages.
Based on 9 review(s)
GWYNEDD 30 Sep 2014
we stayed on the cl site. Very impressed spotlessly clean facilities and serviced pitches were very handy.It was quiet and peaceful. Our dog also loved it with 2 dog walks to choose from We will definitely be back
Chehire 09 Aug 2013
What a wonderful site!! We stayed for 6 nights and wished it was longer, the pitches are all fully serviced and of a generous size with plenty of tidy well kept grass around each pitch. The facilities are second to none, spotless and well maintained. The site we stayed on was one of three at this location one of which has just been awarded Best CL by the caravan club. The other site is adults only which we can't wait to try in September!!!
United Kingdom 28 Jun 2013
Our 3rd visit to this fantastic Jem of a site. Peaceful, quiet, clean and so relaxing.Showers/loos spotless. Beryl and John the owners treat all like old friends. The cafe in the square in Llanrwst serves up a grand breakfast. All in all Bron Drew ticks all the boxes. Will be going again in October.. Well worth a visit and Dog friendly.
lancashire 04 Feb 2010
What can I say I think we have found a Jewel in a crown. The jewel being the site , and the crown being Wales. We store our caravan here now, as we love it so much. tthe owners are very nice and are allways there to help if neaded.The site is spotless, the gardens and paths very well maintained. great for touring North wales, the site is close to the town, you can walk it in 10 mins. Bron Derw Touring Caravan Site, Conwy
stoke on trent 29 Aug 2009
What a fantastic site absolutely spotless toilets and showers. Well laid out pitches with plenty of room in between each. From the time we pulled on the site we felt relaxed and comfortable and would certainly go again hopefully very soon. We would recommend the site to anyone who wants a relaxing holiday in very pleasant surroundings. Bron Derw Touring Caravan Site, Llanrwst, Wales
Derbyshire 19 Jul 2009
Stayed 5 days at Bron Derw during July 2009. A small, quiet, well maintained site in an ideal position to explore North Wales. The owner was very pleasant and the facilities always clean. I will return again. Bron Derw Touring Caravan Site, Cony, Wales
Lancashire 08 Aug 2008
Our caravan is stored at Bronderw, The security is very good. The owners will bring your caravan round to the site for a small fee, or you can do it your self. We feel completely at home on this site with the owners being very friendly. The shower block and toilets are clean and well kept. The pitches are all hard standing and spacious and the upkeep of the sites are 1st class. There is beautiful scenery right on the door step, and we highly recommend this site. Den,Julie,Heather and Simon Riley. Bron Derw Touring Caravan Site, Conwy, Wales
Staffordshire 30 Jul 2008
Bron Derw Touring Caravan Site, Conwy, Wales Absolutely fantastic! Lovely location, good size pitches. Toilets and showers always spotless. We visited last August and are shortly off again for a short break in a couple of weeks. Very quiet site. Short walk into town or down by the riverside. Would highly recommend this site. Can't wait to go there again soon!
yorkshire 04 Nov 2007
we stopped here in june 2006 it must rate as one of the cleanest sites we have been to. you will often find the owners cleaning the toilets at 11 oclock at night so the people on the site would always enter a spotless area in the morning.if you have never toured around this area before, a week will not be enough as there are so many different places to see or visit and we fully intend to return in 2008.