Bagnol Caravan Park is a beautiful campsite set in the idyllic setting of the North West Wales coast, in Trearddur Bay, providing brilliant views out across the Irish Sea. This campsite in Wales is home to 113 pitches for motorhomes and touring caravans, while there is a separate designated area for guests that wish to pitch their tent on the site, with space for 100 of these. There is also a small number of static caravans at Bagnol Caravan Park available to buy.
Hardstanding pitches are available at Bagnol Caravan Park, complete with water and electricity hook-ups, and the whole park is well lit at night so guests can find their way back to their motorhome, tent or caravan, or to the on-site facilities. Facilities available at this holiday park include a toilet block, showers and a laundry. Snacks and drinks can be picked up from the small on-site ‘Foodzone', while for a wider range of refreshments and holiday essentials there are shops, pubs and restaurants all within easy walking distance of the site.
There is a wonderful beach within a short walk of the park that is popular with guests at Bagnol Caravan Park. And as well as being a popular park with guests looking to escape to an idyllic location on the Welsh coast, Bagnol Caravan Park is also regularly used as a stop-off point for holidaymakers heading to Holyhead to take the ferry across to Dublin. The ferry to Dublin is also a brilliant idea for any guests looking to take a day trip away from the confines of the park and outside Wales altogether – it is certainly a day/few days out with a difference.
Despite this campsite being in a quiet and somewhat remote location, the beauty of the seaside towns and lush countryside of this part of the world are very easy to reach. Popular towns such as Bangor and Colwyn Bay are easy to get to by car, and guests are encouraged to take in the whole of the coastline to discover even more quaint towns and villages for themselves – just go for a drive and see what you discover! Leisure activities such as amusement arcades, water sports and golf can be found all along the coastline.
Guests staying at Bagnol Caravan Park that are looking to unlock their sense of adventure can have an amazing time if they head to Snowdonia National Park. The biggest attraction is naturally Mount Snowdon, which you have the option of hiking up or taking the hillside train if you’re feeling less energetic! Either way, you will be rewarded with cracking views from the top.
The Snowdonia National Park also gives you many opportunities to get involved with all manner of outdoor activities, including fishing, cycling and horse riding. Here you can participate either in organised activities, or just have a go yourself.
A stay at Bagnol Caravan Park is guaranteed to be memorable, whether you’re looking to use the park as your base for exploring the surrounding beauty of Wales and potentially even Ireland, or are simply wanting somewhere quiet where you can escape and forget the pressures of everyday life. It is a wonderful park suited to everyone on their motorhome and caravan holidays.
Bagnol Caravan Park is situated in Trearddur Bay on Holy Island near Holyhead with easy access from the new A55 dual carriageway across Anglesey (see our location map). It is about 2 hours drive from Manchester and Liverpool.
The park is close to interesting coves and sandy beaches, which are renowned throughout the UK for swimming, sunbathing, snorkling and sub aqua diving. The main beach has a Blue Flag rating for cleanliness and clarity of water.
The caravan park is conveniently located within easy walking distance of all beach facilities, local shops, public inns and restaurants.
There are numerous activities to enjoy in the area including boating, fishing, walking and horse riding.
There is a large boating regatta during each August, and boats can be easily launched from Trearddur Bay. The caravan park offers secure storage facilities where clients and non-residents can leave their fishing/ski boats on a yearly or short term basis (see tariff table below). Nearby Holyhead is an all year round deep harbour for yachting enthusiasts and motor boats.
This area of Anglesey is ideal for sea fishing and people wishing to fish can do so from the surrounding rocks and fresh bait is easily available from local suppliers on a daily basis.
For those who enjoy walking there are many splendid walks over the headlands following footpaths that start at Bagnol Caravan Park. These footpaths are suitable for the young and old alike.
Horse riding is also popular in the area, and there are local stables where you can hire a horse. For those who enjoy golf there is an 18 hole course at Holyhead Golf Club (1.5 miles away), and and a 9 hole course within easy access from Bagnol Touring Park.
There are numerous tourist attractions on the Isle of Anglesey to be visited on your holiday including South Stack Lighthouse, Anglesey Sea Zoo, Beaumaris Castle, Henblas Park, and many historical Celtic monuments.
A fantastic evening sight is the setting of the sun across the bay which has inspired many poets and artists. The area is an artists paradise in which many local and professional artists have found inspiration from the beautiful landscape and surroundings.
Based on 3 review(s)
uk 30 Dec 2013
We stayed at Bagnol caravan park this summer after it was recommended to us.
This park has great facilities, it has a modern alpine shower block, reception and food zone, wireless and is decorated with wooden sculptures.
We were placed on a field which is just for touring caravans and motor homes but would also recommend this park if you are camping in the other camping field with tents.
The views are nice and its close to the beach.
cardiff 08 Dec 2013
We stayed at Bagnol camping site for 6 nights in our touring caravan with our friends on the pitch next to ours in mid August.
The site is extremely well kept and maintained. The park has a separate field just for tourers and camper vans. Electric hook-ups are on each pitch and we were just a couple of minutes walking from the beach.
We were extremely happy with the park, the facilities were clean and had everything we needed on our holiday. A 10 out of 10 from us!
Flintshire 21 May 2012
Arriving at this site location had no problems, good access.
After checking in and paying for our pitch and then talking to other people who had arrived over a glass of wine it soon became apparent that the fee's being charged were all different even with the same amount of persons and size of van and electric.
After a long drive and setting up the awning I decided to go for a shower, only to find people showering their dogs in them. After reporting this to the so called Manager, his attitude was that he was disinterested, I was very surprised at this and also at the fact that no dogs are permitted on the touring field.
The campsite is very clean and tidy. On a down side it is a shame that security is non existent and whilst we where there local youths were wandering around drunk, shouting and causing a disturbance at 03.20am.
Only a short walk to a small cove through a small field through the static caravans [not suitable for push chairs] so the long walk down the very busy road is the only option, or go by car.
If you want to go to the main beach this also is a short car ride but well worth it, very nice!
In my opinion on the first instance the site looks great with nice wooden carvings but if things go at all wrong and you need any sort of help or assistance from the site team then you are on your own!