Set in the heart of beautiful North Wales, described by Practical caravan's inspectors: "This small, idyllic park, tucked above Abergele among quiet country lanes, is a tonic for the weary and a stimulus for youngsters who adore fresh air, wildlife and natural surroundings". Caravan Life's description of the park concludes "A very quiet and peaceful site where visitors return again and again, well knowing when they have discovered a real gem".
We have space for 23 units, all hard standing and all with hookups plus we have 8 fully serviced pitches. Our toilet/shower block has a bathroom with a full sized bath and baby bath.
Other facilities include chemical disposal point and a dishwashing area. There are basic disabled facilities and pets are allowed. We have a children's play area, gas exchange and a laundrette on-site.
Nearby to the site is a food shop, restaurant and pub and an indoor Heated Pool is just 3.5 miles away. Also nearby is fishing and a sandy beach.
Bodnant Gardens, Pavilion Theatre, Rhyl, Welsh Mountain Zoo, Colwyn Bay, Rhyl Sun Centre, Snowdonia National Park, Bodelwydden Castle, Llandudno Ski Slope and toboggan, Conwy Harbour, Betws-y-Coed, Marble Church, Ruthin Medieval Town, Sea Life Centre (Rhyl), Penmeirion and Trefriw Woollen Mills, Portmeirion, Welsh Mountain Railway, Slate Mines, National Trust Properties, 9 hole pay and play golf.
From A55 westwards, take the A547 into Abergele. Straight through traffic lights and take the first left soon after, by George and Dragon pub (A548 Llanrwst Road). Continue for 2.75 miles to first crossroads. Turn right towards Betws-yn-Rhos (B5381). Hunters Hamlet is first farm on the left half a mile from crossroads.
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