Our site is opening in line with government guidance and we are taking bookings for arrivals from 18/07/2020 onwards , please be assured you can book with confidence
For peace of mind of our customers and staff, we have decided to restrict our communal areas and this may include toilet and shower facilities being closed. Please contact us for full details of what facilities are available.
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Opening Dates: April To October
Hilltop site overlooking Rhosneigr on the coast of Anglesey with hardstanding pitches for tourers only with electric and water hook-ups available.
Wreck-diving, mountain walks and sea-fishing within a half-hour drive
A five-minute drive from lake fishing, shops, pubs and watersports
Want views? Want simple, spick and span facilities a few minutes drive from the sea, the shops, the pub and within easy access of ancient monuments, coastal walks, wildlife and watersports? Youll want Afallon Caravan Park.
This site on the Isle of Anglesey in north Wales is on a hill overlooking the seaside village of Rhosneigr, the lake of Llyn Maelog and the Irish Sea. The roomy pitches combine with the massive skies overhead to create a feeling of space and freedom; you could almost be on the prow of a ship heading out to sea...
Its a newly-built site, with top-notch toilets and plentiful hot showers. You can park up where you stay, and youre welcome to bring your barbecues and dogs along with you.
Its a five-minute drive into Rhosneigr (or a 40-minute walk if the great outdoors has got into your bones) for shops, pubs, cafes, a surf school and the wide sandy beach.
Just behind the town Llyn Maelig looks like a lagoon, but its a freshwater lake, full of carp and roach, bream and tench; its south bank is open to coarse fishers with day permits.
A number of pubs/restaurants are nearby including the Oyster Catcher and Sandy's Bar and Bistro.
A 10-minute drive away, the Anglesey Circuit draws crowds to its racetrack with a packed calendar of motorsports events.
If its thrills on water youre seeking, head to Trearddur and Menai Bridge (15 and 20 minutes' drive) for kayaking and diving excursions to the some 1,200 wrecks off Anglesey's waters.
Gentler sea trips, taking in puffin colonies and the Skerries lighthouse, leave from Trearddur and sea-fishing excursions from Holyhead (20 minutes).
If its heights you're after, its about half an hour to start walking Mynydd Tŵr, Angleseys highest mountain, and Snowdonia is a 40-minute drive away to access paths up 3,000-foot Tryfan.
For history, medieval Beaumaris Castle half an hour away has a moat and mighty fine views over the Menai Strait; while youre at it drop in on Beaumaris Gaol for grisly tours and tales of torture.