Visit Wales and get a warm welcome when you stay at Dinlle Caravan Park, a family holiday destination found on the north west coast of the country.
The park is owned and operated by Thornley Leisure Parks, and is open from March 1st until November 30th every year. The site welcomes guests with motorhomes, touring caravans and tents, while static caravans for hire are also available. Guests that enjoy their stay at Dinlle Caravan Park can also enquire about the availability of caravans for sale, should they be interested in making the site their regular holiday destination.
A wide range of pitch options are available at the park, with basic pitches with no electric or water hook-ups up to super pitches, which are hardstanding and offer water, drainage and electric hook-up. Hardstanding and grass pitches with electric hook-up only are also available.
Among the facilities provided for touring and camping guests at Dinlle Caravan Park are a food preparation area, a toilet and shower block, dishwashing points and a laundrette. There is also free Wi-Fi.
There is plenty for families to do when spending their camping, motorhome and caravan holidays here. There is an heated outdoor swimming pool that is surrounded by a sun deck, with plenty of room for non-swimmers and those looking to stay dry to relax and soak up some rays, if the weather allows. A children’s play area and games room are also on-site. In addition, there are two on-site bars, one a conservatory bar and the other a family bar, perfect for kicking back and relaxing.
If you're staying at Dinlle Caravan Park, the beach is on your doorstep, giving great views as well as the chance to go walking, enjoy time on the beach or to try some watersports.
Inland, you could visit Snowdonia National Park. The village of Beddgelert, within the national park, is only about a half hour drive from this campsite. There's a pub here, but the village is also a handy gateway to the rest of this area. If you love walking holidays, you will be in your element here. There are some guided routes or you can go your own way – there are archaeological walks, too. And if you like cycling or mountain biking, no matter what your ability, you're sure to find something that suits you. Of course, the ultimate is climbing Snowdon itself, but if you'd like to drink in the views without the exertion, why not jump on the Snowdon Mountain Railway.
About a half hour drive up the coast you'll get to Bangor. Go to the lovely Cwm Idwal National Nature Reserve, walk along the pier, tour the cathedral or have a day out at Penrhyn Castle. You could also cross the Menai Strait and get to Anglesey from Dinlle Caravan Park – in 40 minutes you could be in Beaumaris with its gaol, castle, courthouse and pier, or tempt your sweet tooth at the Penny Farthing Sweet Shop. In fact, Holyhead, at the far north west corner of the Isle of Anglesey, is only three quarters of an hour by car from this campsite.