Happy Valley Caravan Park

Happy Valley is situated on the heritage coastline, attractively set on grass land amidst trees and shrubbery. The caravan park overlooks Newton Bay and affords beautiful vistas across the Bristol Channel. We are located approximately 2 miles from Porthcawl Town Centre. A quiet family site.

Open from:
1st April to 31st October (approx.)

Facilities:
Pets allowed, Allow rallies, Family park, Children's play area(s), 60 Electric hook-ups, LPG stockist, Sanitary block(s), Laundry, Shop, Take away food, Designated / private parking, Bar, Cafe, Club house

We have a licenced club on site - Live cabaret in the high season. Chinese & Fish Chip takeaway. Shop & Cafe


Accomodations:
100 Touring pitches, 100 Motorhome pitches, Seasonal pitches, 100 Tent pitches, 220 Holiday homes (owned)

Nearby attractions:
Beach, Boat launch, Fishing, Golf, Horse Riding, Swimming (Indoor), Swimming (Outdoor), Tennis, Water Sports, Games Room, Gym, Snooker/Pool

Porthcawl Museum
The Grand Pavilion
The Ancient Briton


Happy Valley Caravan Park

Wigfach, Laleston
Glamorgan, Wales
United Kingdom
CF32 0NG
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Note: This review was left while under different management

Staff are incredibly rude, pass themselves off as a 'big organisation' when in reality they are anything but. Any phone contact and you say anything you don't agree with and they hang up on you. Avoid.

Worcs

Note: This review was left while under different management

Where do I start.... Very small campsite mainly set up for caravans. The toilet, shower facilities, washing up, laundry facilities are very poor: No toilet paper (first site I have ever visited that does not provide this basic facility...) The shower was hot but both the toilet and shower had 'out-house' style 3 quarter doors. However this did provide most light as the ceiling lights were so old and dirty they did not provide any light... Glad we did not need to do any washing as the washing machines are very old, dirty and the door was broken on one. I did not see any warning about the electric being turning off at a 'certain' time, but it may just be coincidence that 6:30 prompt the hair dryer stopped working! The playarea was also very small and only kept my 8 year old lad occupied for 5 mins... The clubhouse was entertaining (an Elvis Presly night!) and reasonably priced, although its a good walk up the road from the tent field. The field is next to a busy main road with no views to talk off. Some camping residents were ignorant and it was a play off with 3 different families playing very loud and unsuitable music for a family campsite (although the campsite itself can not be blamed for this!) This said, it was quiet at night. All in all this was a very expensive night for how little you get for your money. £17 for a Sat night in June! There are many campsites charging less and offering better facilities. I shall not be returning to this site. (Please note there is no option not to recommend this site to anyone)