Plas Farm Caravan and Lodge Park has been open since 2007 and is a beautiful, family run holiday retreat set in the grounds of a grade II listed farmhouse. The park, which is open from 1 March until 31 October every year, is multi-award winning, rated at five stars by the Tourist Board for Caravanning, and the holder of a David Bellamy Gold Conservation Award.
Plas Farm Caravan and Lodge Park is found in a countryside location, close to the popular seaside town of Abergele on the north coast of Wales, and offers access to miles of unspoiled countryside, sitting in beautiful surroundings itself. The park is family and pet friendly so everyone at home can come to this campsite in Wales and enjoy the stunning scenery on offer.
The park has 54 pitches for caravans and motorhomes and they are for seasonal and touring units. The majority of pitches found at Plas Farm Caravan Park benefit from electric hook-ups, while around half of them also offer water and drainage hook-ups, too. The park also has a brand new lodge park opening Summer 2017 with lodges to sell for your perfect holiday home.
Guests will find two well-maintained sanitary blocks on the site, plus laundry and washing up facilities, a chemical waste disposal point, and parking for any visitors coming to see those staying at the park. In addition, Plas Farm Caravan Park is an LPG stockist, while Wi-Fi internet is available for guests that want to stay connected.
Takeaway food facilities mean you can take a night off cooking without leaving the site, and a well-stocked on-site shop means that guests never have to travel far beyond the park if they don’t wish to, all the essentials close by. The children’s play area and signposted woodland walks in and around the park site itself mean there is always something to do.
A short distance outside the park guests will find the local village, Betws-yn-Rhos, which has a pub, a shop and several other amenities. The beach is just three miles away and is walkable for energetic families that don’t have very young children with them.
Further away from the park guests will also find there is much to do in this part of North Wales. The coast road takes you into Colwyn Bay, Rhyl and Llandudno – and you could visit the impressive looking medieval Conwy Castle. All offer picturesque beaches as well as the popular seaside town staples such as fish and chip shops, amusements, and fun fairs. Bangor is less than a 40-minute drive from site and well worth a visit, and from here you could pop over to Anglesey.
This touring park is also close to the Snowdonia National Park, where activities ranging from ball games to walking, cycling and horse riding can be enjoyed, while a hike up Snowdon itself is definitely a challenge worth taking – but not for the faint-hearted.
There are many touring parks in Wales, but with its stunning surroundings, Plas Farm Caravan Park could be the ideal base for your motorhome or caravan holidays.