Ideal Places to Visit around North Wales in a Motorhome

Motor-homes are a fierce passion of ours! We are incredibly interested in taking them all CIMG4584over to explore different places. In particular, Wales is the perfect location for moving your new portable home from home into various paradises as you please. What follows is a list of all the greatest and most beautiful spots which we think is suitable for visits around North Wales with conwy campervan hire.

Betws Y Coed Riverside Touring Park
Right in the heart of Betws Y Coed, a picturesque Welsh village is a brilliant touring park which features static vans, tent pitches and camper slots placed on a level valley ground. It was refurbished a few years ago, so it now has excellent toilet facilities , laundry and dish-washing area. Pitches are hard standing, and there’s also a small shop, if you really cant be bothered taking a stroll into the town.

It is in close proximity to the railway, so be mindful that if you have a pitch adjacent to it you may hear a rumbling every so often, but it isn’t so terrible and you do get used to it.Riverside Touring Park, Old Church Road, Betws Y Coed, Gwynedd, LL24 0AL.
Tel: 01690 710310

Shell Island, Llanbedr
The North of Cardigan bay is home to a large expanse of sand and grass which becomes an island when the tide is in, the site is only accessible over the tidal causeway so check tide times before arriving an planning leaving times. Views are stunning and expansive of Abersoch and the Lleyn Peninsula across the bay. There’s plenty of showers, and toilets, there isnt however any mains electric. When you arrive you can camp in any spot you please permitting you’re 20 meters from the nearest camper neighbour.
Shell Island, Llanbedr, Gwynedd, LL45 2PJ

Llandwrst: Bodnant Caravan Park
This gorgeous getaway is about a ten minute walk from the town centre, bus stops and train station. The site is very green, with a reasonably sized hardstaning and grass pitches with a brilliant look into Gwydyr forest. Ducks roam freely on the site and they will often rest under your van! You can buy fresh eggs from the hens, and it has all the main essentials for a restful stay, including toilet blocks one dated but very clean.

Bron Derw Touring Park
3 different sections: Adults only, Caravan Club and the main caravan site. Situated a brisk walk of 5 minutes from the town, the site features hard-standing pitches and has 16 amp mains electric, modern toilet blocks and washing up areas and laundry room so all modern conveniences are readily available.

Lleyn Peninsula
Morfa Lodge Holiday Park is a family owned holiday park perfectly located and nestled in the foothills of the Snowdonia Mountain Range for that perfect family holiday. A warm welcome awaits you at Morfa Lodge and its surrounding area has so much to offer you and your family to suit all ages.  There are two heated outdoor swimming pools, with patio areas and allocated play areas for the children. The onsite shop offers a wide range of groceries, fresh produce, newspa-pers and gifts and the newly installed WiFi will keep the whole family entertained.
Morfa Lodge Holiday Park, Dinas Dinlle, Caernarfon, Gwynedd. LL54 5TP, North Wales, Tel: 01286 830205

Ty Newydd caravan and camp site is only really suitable for those the with smaller camper-vans, access to the area is quite tight. It’s an unusual little site and a bit off the beaten path, but its not too far away from Aberdaron. Toilets are basic, but clean and the views are great, get out your walking gear and explore – I recommend the coastal path.
Ty Newydd Farm Camping and Caravan Site, Uwchmynydd, Aberdaron, Pwllheli, LL53 8BY. Tel: 01758 760581.

Lady Maragrets Park Caravan Club site is a members only site. So to use it you’d have to join – but its worth it. A pleasant site next to chirk castle , featuring an assortment of wooded areas and open grassy clearings to pitch your tent on. Walking here is great, to the aqueduct or surrounding country.Lady Margaret’s Park Caravan Club Site, Chirk, LL14 5AA. Tel: 01691 777200

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