Abbey Farm Caravan and Camping Park

Rhuddlan, Denbighshire

Open from
April to October
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Location
Rhuddlan, Denbighshire, Wales, LL18 5RL
(Location map)
Last updated
11 Aug 2021
You enquired
Yes
Motorhome pitches
Yes
Touring pitches
Yes
Tent pitches
No
Serviced pitches
Yes
Seasonal pitches
Pitches
Motorhome pitches
Touring pitches
Tent pitches
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For camping holidays in North Wales, Abbey Farm Caravan and Camping Park is a small, peaceful campsite on a working farm with mountain views and stunning scenery.

Abbey Farm is a picturesque rural setting surrounded by wildlife with the village of Rhuddlan and its cafes, country pubs and shops just a short walk away.

Just 5 minutes from the nearest beaches, the park is located in a spacious field overlooking the Clwydian Mountain range and is part of a Scheduled Ancient Monument, making Abbey Farm a unique place to stay. Abbey Farm has a fascinating history dating back to the 13th century when a Dominican Friary stood on the site in what was a Norman town. Some original carved stones from the friary can still be seen on the walls of the farm buildings. A local myth tells of the ghosts of ancient monks in a tunnel that runs from the farmhouse cellar to the nearby church!

As a working farm, there is always plenty going on and children can meet the animals on the farm and feed chickens. Dogs are very welcome at this campsite.

Abbey Farm is a perfect base from which to explore the natural beauty and attractions of North Wales, including Snowdonia National Park, with miles of signposted walks and cycle paths nearby.

Please enquire today to find out more about Abbey Farm.

More about the parkHide
  • Child friendly holiday homes
  • Family park
  • Pets allowed
  • Holiday caravans
  • Chemical disposal point
  • Electric hook-ups
  • Laundry
  • Sanitary block(s)
  • Water hook-ups
  • Glamping accommodation
  • Wildlife

Location


Abbey Farm Caravan and Camping Park (www)

Abbey Farm, Abbey Road, Rhuddlan
Denbighshire, Wales
United Kingdom
LL18 5RL

Directions

Take Junction 27 off the A55 and head towards Rhyl. At the Roundabout, take a Right into the Village of Rhuddlan with the Castle on your right hand side. Carry on into the village where you will come to a small roundabout with the Kings Head pub on your right, take a right there and Abbey Road is second road on your right. Follow the road until you get to a single track road and you will come to the farm down the lane on your left.

Nearby attractions

Things to do in Denbighshire

Apart from the 250 miles of coastline, mountains, lakes and glorious countryside, North Wales is known as ‘The Adventure Capital of the UK’ since the region offers so many adventure and adrenaline-packed activities, including ziplining, caving and Go Ape.

For a day trip, Snowdonia National Park is an incredible place to explore and you could either climb Snowdon, the highest mountain in Wales, or take a ride on the Snowdon Mountain Railway for the same incredible views. The park is also just 10 minutes from the 19th century Gwrych Castle, the location of I’m a Celebrity 2020.

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Guestbook reviews

‘We have been on this site for the last 4 years, great family run site, easy to walk to the village (shops, pubs, takeaways). A lovely quiet site on a working farm which is all the better at night when you’re chilling and watching the animals grazing in the field.’

Kerrie, 5* Google review

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Abbey Farm Caravan and Camping Park

“Lovely quiet family owned site who made us feel so welcome. Our children enjoyed making new friends & have asked to go back again. It’s only a few minutes walk from the village, and the surrounding countryside is gorgeous. Fantastic base to explore the area. Definitely going to visit again.”

William Osmond, 5* Google review

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Abbey Farm Caravan and Camping Park

“Spent our 1st season here last year and got some fabulous memories, the hosts are down to earth and very friendly. Have been to many other sites around Wales and this is by far the best. Looking forward to spending many more years on this site.”

Paula and Tony, 5* Google review

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Abbey Farm Caravan and Camping Park

“Our home from home for six years now!! Absolutely beautiful spot in the Welsh countryside…nothing beats waking up to the sounds of the cows and sheep, whilst enjoying a cup of tea and taking in the beautiful views the site has to offer. The site is run by a fantastic family who make everybody feel so welcome and there is a real sense of community here….”

Joanne Watson, 5* Google review

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Abbey Farm Caravan and Camping Park

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