Caravans for hire in
Aberystwyth is a area in Ceredigion and in the traditional county of Cardiganshire. The overly literal sense of the Welsh: Aberystwyth is the gem of the Ystwyth. Since the founding of University College Wales in 1872, Aberystwyth University has become a significant educational location in Wales.
In the midst of the rocky Ceredigion coastline, Aberystwyth lies right in the centre, allowing it to be a fantastic caravan holiday destination. It's the perfect location for touring the 180 mile Coastal Way, being equal distances from the cathedral area of St Davids of Pembrokeshire and the water sport paradise of Aberdaron on the west side of the Ll'n peninsula. The city centre is scattered along numerous fascinating routes, with road names and designs representing the town's historical development since the Medieval Period. You will also hear plenty of voices speaking Welsh. A lot of the high street is within easy access of the railway and parking spaces.
A caravan holiday to Aberystwyth is very unimaginable without short of a stroll on the beach, run or time of contemplation on the mile stretch of Victorian promenade, . The waterfront also features Wales' oldest pier (built in 1864), which provides Aberystwyth's second best viewing point. The greatest view is at the end of the promenade on the north beach, atop 430 foot of Constitution Hill.
Hire one of the holiday homes on our website which will be perfect for enjoying time with families to relax. Holiday accommodation is available in parks that offer indoor swimming pools, entertainment facilities, eateries, and play equipment for children. Whether you fancy a static caravan or a lodge we have over 5000 holiday homes from all over the UK. The locality of Aberystwyth has beautiful scenery, scenic footpaths over the beaches, the sights of the Aberystwyth bays, Clarach Bay including Borth are incredible with stunning sunsets. Through booking one of the static caravans or lodges we advertise, you make memories with family and friends which last a lifetime.