A modernised and refurbished caravan located 5 miles from the castle town of Caernarfon on a quiet smalholding overlooking green fields with far reaching views of the Irish Sea and Anglesey beaches. Ideally located for beaches and scenic walks. 15 min drive from the beach and 20 min drive from the heart of the Snowdonia mountains. Welsh Highland Railway , Tryfan junction ( request stop ) is 5 mins walk away.
Fantastic area for walks & bike riding direct from property or in the surroundings area, also many Castles, Beaches, Mountain walks, Lakes, Horse riding, Sailing, Golf courses, National Trust properties all within easy reach of the property.
Lovely area for wildlife and bird watching, both at the property and within the hills and beaches. We also offer free use of RSPB passes to our customers whilst staying at our caravan ! Or just sit and watch the sunset over the Irish Sea & Anglesey!
Lots of activities available for the more adventurous or for the kids too , Zip World - largest zip wire in Europe, Bounce Below, Surf Snowdonia, Go -karting, to name just a few! For younger kids - Greenwoods, Pili Palas, or they can meet our animals and feed the ducks!
Walk or catch the train to the summit of Snowdon , Wales' Highest Mountain. There are many sea/lake boat trips available.
The owner is a qualified instructor in kayak, canoe, mountaineering, rock climbing and mountain biking activities and offers packages to suit all ages and experience. Activities and prices are available on request and should be made with your booking.
Nearest pub, shop and bus stop is approx 1.7 miles away. Nearest main train station is at Bangor & nearest bus stop is in village of Bontnewydd. There are many lovely restaurants and cafes we can recommended on arrival.
Also available from June 2019 a brand new Shepherds Hut complete with log burning stove and will sleep up to 2 people & 1 dog. Situated 100 metres from the caravan in its own private area. Taking bookings now !
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