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Ty Gwyn Caravan Park, Abergele

3 holiday homes for hire

Abergele, Conwy

Bedrooms 2 | Sleeps 4 | Pets | Groups

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Family run camp, quiet and friendly. Two minutes to beach, ideal for older couples. Bus stop outside camp, goes to Conway and Llandudno. Going other way to Rhyl and Prestatyn

ref 12869, Ty Gwyn Caravan Park, Abergele, Conwy
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Abergele, Conwy

Bedrooms 2 | Sleeps 4 | Pets | Groups

(1 review)

Refurbished in May 21. Cosy comfortable two bedroom static home to rent. Walking distance to the beach.

ref 11882, Ty Gwyn Caravan Park, Abergele, Conwy
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Abergele, Conwy

Bedrooms 3 | Sleeps 8 | Pets | Groups

(4 reviews)

Here we have our 8 berth caravan on a quiet park with direct steps to the Beach. 3 Bedrooms and sofa that turns into a Bed. Our caravan is home from home at Ty Gwyn Caravan Park, Abergele. The site has a bar and restaurant, and close to everything.

Sat 09 Jul 2022 | 7 nights | from £395

Information about Ty Gwyn Caravan Park

Ty Gwyn Park is a peaceful, pleasant third-generation family-run holiday park conveniently located on the North Wales Coast. They have excellent, accessible entry to the Wales Coastal Path and are only a stroll away from the beach. They 're near Abergele, and Cheshire, Manchester, and Liverpool which are all within reasonable driving distance. There are numerous vast grassy spaces around the park, as well as numerous railway sleeper beds with a variety of flowers. They hope to get the Bellamy Conservation Award by attracting more animals to the Park, planting more wildflowers and trees, and encouraging the visitors to recycle. Snowdonia is a lively place with the tallest peaks, most gorgeous waters, and most attractive landscapes in Wales. There is plenty to do, including hiking, strolling, drawing, and simply taking in the fresh air. Massive zip lines, giant subterranean trampolines, climbing, canoeing, mountain biking, and the new Surf Snowdonia centre, the world's largest man-made surfing location, will appeal to more adventurous visitors. Betws-y-Coed is a popular tourist destination with simple walking pathways through the forests and plenty of opportunity to see waterfalls and wildlife. Llandudno, the queen of Welsh seaside towns, is only a short distance away and offers beaches and seaside walks.

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Location Address

Ty Gwyn Caravan Park, Towyn, Abergele, Conwy, LL22 9HA