"The lodge was very well presented, situated just outside of the main caravan park. We found it extremely clean, spacious and bright with all the facilities you require for a comfortable stay. The decking area where table and chairs are provided make for an ideal relaxing area."
- Sleeps up to 6 people - 3 Bedrooms (1 Double en-suite - 2Twin)
- Bookings include free use of the indoor heated swimming pool and/or fitness suite at our sister park, Glan Gors, 2 miles away
- Fully equipped kitchen/dining area with dishwasher and washing machine
- Open-plan Lounge with ample seating and home cinema surround sound system.
- Decking with table and chairs.
- Situated on the outskirts of the beautiful village of Benllech.
- Free Wi-Fi
Duvets, pillows and mattress covers are provided; all you need to bring with you is bed linen and your own towels.
If you have special requirements, please notify the park when making your enquiry. We will do our best to accomodate your needs.
A short walk will take you into the popular village of Benllech, where locally sourced produce and numerous pubs serve home cooked meals daily. Whithin the are there are many activities including golf, plenty of walks and the Menai straights Rib-Ride. Beautiful beaches are famous on Anglesey and we are lucky enough to be n close proximity to the Anglesey Coastal Path for those of you who love walking.
Further afield, more stunning beaches, castles and plenty of market towns scatter the beautiful Isle of Anglesey, all within a short drive from our park.
Our luxury lodge is situated just outside the main caravan park at Benllech. Decking area surrounds the lodg, making the most of the sunshine.
Local shops and pubs are a short walk into the viallge, where stunning views are all around.
'GreenWood forest Park', 'Pili Palas' and 'Foeal Farm' are only a few attractions that are within a 30-minute drive from Bodafon park. Perfect for a day our for the whole family to enjoy.
Learn about the history of the 'Roay Charter' Shipwreck and its famous Lifeboat service down in the small seaside village of Moelfre.
Why not explore the 'Old Chapel' and the historical 'Buial Chamber', whilie trying to catch a glimpse of the Bottle Nosed Dolphines that regulary gather.
'Lligwy Beach Cafe' is a friendly cafe which offers delicious coffee and homemade cakes. Sit by the beach and enjoy the beautiful views of Lligwy Beach.
'The Oak Lodge', the 'California Pub' and the 'Breeze Hill' are only a few out of the many family friendly pubs local to the area, while the Award Winning fish & chip shop 'Coastal Cafe' down in Moelfre is a must!