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Tynllwyn Caravan & Camping Park

Tywyn, Gwynedd

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Tynllwyn Caravan and Camping Park is situated in the picturesque Hamlet of Rhydyronen overlooking the beautiful Dysynni Valley. Only 2.5 miles from the seaside town of Tywyn, the area is a fisherman's delight with streams, rivers, lakes and sea fishing all close by. The park is surrounded by breathtaking natural beauty providing a paradise for walking and birdwatching

The world famous Talyllyn Narrow Gauge Railway runs alongside our park with a station only 50 yards down the lane. A trip on the railway will take you west into Tywyn or east to Dolgogh Falls, on to Abergynolwyn and further on up the pine clad valley to Nant Gwernol. There you can walk the forest paths or relax amidst the trees.

In our park we have a small fleet of modern and new luxury static caravans for hire, sleeping from 2 to 8 people. All have shower and toilet facilities and are fully equipped including colour TV and fridge. All beds have duvets.

Touring vans and campers are made very welcome. Facilities offered include a modern toilet block and electric hook-ups. There is also an On-Site Shop and Children's play area.

Open from:
1st March to 31st October

Family park, Pets allowed, Children's play area(s), Chemical disposal point, Designated / private parking, 27 Electric hook-ups, Laundry, Sanitary block(s), Shop, Washing up facilities, Wireless internet

6 Holiday homes (for rent), 4 Motorhome pitches, 50 Tent pitches, 14 Touring pitches, 50 Holiday homes (owned)

Nearby attractions:
Beach, Boat launch, Cycle hire, Fishing, Swimming (Indoor), Tennis, Sports Ground, Internet Access, TV Room, Leisure Centre

The area provides much to interest young families and individuals. Beautiful, unspoilt, natural countryside to relax in, or try pony trekking. The beach at Tywyn offers hour of fun with clean sea water for surfing, boating, swimming, diving or just splashing about. You may be lucky and spot the dolphins and seals that live in Cardigan Bay.

The area is also steeped in Celtic Myth with legends to fire the imagination. There are so many attractions to suit all tastes that you will never be short of things to do. The only problem being that Tynllwyn offers so much peace and tranquility, it hard to move outside of the park.

Wet weather children's room (Table tennis)
Very nice walks
Bird watching
Talyllyn narrrow-gage steam railway runs alongside site

Tynllwyn Caravan & Camping Park

Gwynedd, Wales
United Kingdom
LL36 9RD
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5.0 stars

Welcoming site, the owners are friendly and relaxed. The facilities get busy at peak time, but are clean and well maintained. There is a lot to entertain children of all ages, so this site is highly recommended for families. We also like the atmosphere of this site, the patrons are always friendly too. Pitches are a good size, so you don't feel crowded by your neighbours like on some sites. The site shop us well stocked with essentials, and the village shop is a short walk away, though you have to walk along the road for a bit. The approach road is quite narrow for the last 1/4 mile, so bear this in mind if your outfit is wide and take care.