Llandanwg is perfect for couples and families who love to explore and spend days out at the beach. As families are important to the team at Llandanwg Holiday Home Park, pets are welcome on park too – a holiday isn’t a holiday without the whole family!
Situated in a superb location near Harlech, Llandanwg Caravan Holiday Home Park boasts the perfect balance of countryside retreat and seaside resort. Harlech beach is stunning, with its clean, golden sands, and it is ideal for lying back and watching the world go by. This tranquil location makes for a staycation of sublime serenity. The area is also part of Snowdonia National Park, meaning there are miles of beautiful countryside, rolling hills and mountains ready to be explored.
Just a short walk from the park is Harlech town, a medieval coastal tourist spot, brimming with character. There are many little shops here, so you can grab all your seaside favourites, including an ice cream from the award-winning ice cream parlour, Hufenfa’r Castell. If characterful town and stunning beach wasn’t enough, Harlech also comes with one of the best sites of preserved Welsh history – Harlech Castle! This majestic, medieval fortress is a great day out for the family to explore and enjoy Harlech’s history.
Situated in Mid Wales, Llandanwg can be accessed easily from the Midlands and North England by road. Llandanwg train station is just a 3 minute walk to the park too! The park is complete with all your must have facilities including WiFi, on-site launderette and piped gas and water.
Park managers, Rita and Peter Richards, live on the park and ensure that Llandanwg is maintained to the highest standard, including gardens for lodge-owners to enjoy. Exclusive to home-owners only, you can rest assured every visit you make to you home away from home will be peaceful and enjoyable every time. All Salop Caravan Sites are maintained to an excellent standard. Take a further look at everything Llandanwg Holiday Home Park has to offer as your new staycation location.
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