If you're looking for one of the best campsites in Wales, look no further than Bron-y-Wendon Touring Caravan Park.How do we know it is good? Well, it is featured in the Top 100 Sites Guide 2014, which is put together by Caravan Sitefinder, Practical Caravan and Practical Motorhome, plus it has been rated as a five-star touring park.Whether you're looking for holiday cottages in Wales for the perfect getaway, or you want somewhere to spend your motorhome or caravan holidays in Wales, Bron-y-Wendon Touring Caravan Park could be just what you are after. There are also 20 static caravan pitches, under the Bron-y-Wendon Holiday Park umbrella which brings the entire site together. There are no tent pitches, and also no serviced or seasonal pitches.There are 130 touring pitches, of which 90 are hardstanding and 20 are just for motorhomes, and they all have electric hook-ups. The pitches are arranged in small groups across the touring park. There are some dedicated 'awning pitches' and only breathable groundsheets are permitted.This is a dog-friendly campsite, but owners must keep dogs on their leads and clean up after them. There are designated dog walking areas on the site where four-legged visitors can be exercised.In addition, you'll find a pair of clean, well-maintained, heated washrooms, which have showers, some individual cubicles for washing, shaver points and hairdryers, plus there are dedicated disabled washrooms. There is also a well equipped laundry, a tourist information centre with an internet connection and a games room with table tennis and a television. A public telephone, Elsan points, fresh water points and gas sales are all on site, too. As an added bonus, the beach is just a short stroll away.The two- and three-bedroom holiday cottages give you another option for your holidays in Wales. Drink in the coastal views from the patio or garden. A cliff top farmhouse has been converted into cottages with gas central heating, each of which has been furnished and equipped with items including digital TVs, DVD players, a microwave, a dishwasher, an electric cooker and a washing machine. There is ample car parking space, and guests can also use the Wi-Fi and games room at the touring caravan park.As well as being near the sea, Bron-y-Wendon Touring Caravan Park is near the village of Llanddulas, where you'll find shops and pubs. It is also close to the A55, which means that it’s really simple to access, too.The holiday park is within easy striking distance of the Snowdonia National Park, which will provide you with much to keep you busy on your Welsh adventure, whether you like mountain biking, walking and other outdoor pursuits, or if you just like taking in the view from the comfort of your car. The seaside resort of Llandudno is also only about a 20-minute drive away to the west, Bangor and the crossing to the island of Anglesey just over half an hour away by car. Head east and after about 20 minutes in the car you'll be in Rhyl, Prestatyn just a little further along the North Wales coast. All of which means that despite the tranquil feel to the campsite, there are still lots of things to see and do in the local area.Visitors to the campsite have commended it for its cleanliness, the peaceful, pretty setting, the landscaped gardens and the dog walk. It is a well-maintained campsite that gives you tremendous sea views. So if you're thinking of spending your motorhome or caravan holidays in North Wales, why not head to Bron-y-Wendon Touring Caravan Park.
Bron-y-Wendon Touring Caravan Park