Llandanwg Caravan Holiday Home Park is in the pretty village of Llandanwg, just outside the historic castle town of Harlech in Gwynedd, Wales. The caravan park is situated on a hillside with spectacular views of Harlech Beach and the Llyn Peninsula. This immaculately kept five star caravan park is only a few minutes walk from superb sandy beaches and a few minutes drive from the town of Harlech with its castle, quaint shops, excellent restaurants and world famous Royal St David's Golf Course.
This is a quiet park, with only 95 caravan pitches in 4 separate areas. The park is strictly for owner-occupiers only and we do not rent caravan holiday homes or cater for touring caravans. The park season runs from 1st March to 6th January.
The caravan park is set high on a headland overlooking Shell Island. There are two excellent beaches within easy reach. Llandanwg beach and sand dunes are a short, easy walk away while the enormous golden expanse of Harlech beach is a slightly more arduous walk over the hill and down some steps. If you prefer to drive then Harlech Beach is less than five minutes drive from the park and there is ample parking and an easy, flat walk.
The park is immaculately maintained with flowers, shrubs and mature plantings that are a riot of colour in the spring and early summer. Caravan pitches are linked by tarmac roads with lighting and speed control humps help to ensure that the park is a safe place for children to play. All pitches are connected to water, electricity and Sky television. Gas supply is by bottle and we supply and maintain this for you.
We are proud of the high standards we have achieved and the friendly, relaxed atmosphere of the park. Our owner-occupier only policy ensures that the caravan park has a welcoming community feel and you will soon get to know and make friends with your neighbours.
We believe that you will love Llandanwg just as much as we do - but don't take our word for it; come and visit us and see for yourself.
We are sorry but the park is for owner-occupiers only and we do not hire caravans or cater for tents or tourers
The nearest town is Harlech, with its impressive 13th Century Castle. You can visit the castle, which is now a world heritage site. The town has a number of interesting shops, as well as pubs, restaurants, a theatre (that also shows films) and a leisure centre with a swimming pool and climbing wall. The Royal St David's Golf Course sits between the town and the wide sandy beach.
The traditional seaside town of Barmouth with its broad sandy beach, fair and amusements is 8 miles to the south while the bustling market town of Porthmadog is 10 miles north. To the north west is the Llyn Peninsula and the charming little town of Criccieth. Further afield is Abersoch, which is a popular sailing and surfing centre and has many excellent clothes shops.
Amongst the many attractions close by are the world famous Ffestiniog and Welsh Highland Railways. The magnificent Italianate village of Portmeirion, setting for Sixties TV show "The Prisoner", is only 20 minutes drive away.
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Shropshire 27 Feb 2014
By far one of the most exceptionally well kept and best holiday caravan parks in Wales. Its' location is second to none and provides a lovely hideaway especially when looking to be away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. The park is not one of those busy parks and offers few facilities but if that's what you like then it caters well for the families who love to get away from all that.