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Aberkinsey Caravan Park (Dyserth)

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Dyserth
Aberkinsey Caravan Park (Dyserth)

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Park Description

Aberkinsey Caravan Park is situated in the small village of Dyserth, just off the North Wales Coast, near Prestatyn. The park is small, quiet and family friendly, perfect for those who are looking for a holiday park for tranquillity and serenity.

Dyserth lies near St Asaph in rural Denbighshire, North Wales. It is bordered by Meliden to the north, Cwm to the south east, Trelawnyd to the east and Rhuddlan to the west. Nearby towns and villages include Prestatyn, Rhyl, Rhuddlan, Denbigh, Bodelwyddan, Abergele and Whitford. 

The main landmark in Dyserth is the waterfall. The river Ffyddion, a tributary of the river Clwyd, flows through the village and falls over a 70ft ledge, creating the mesmerising waterfall. During the early 19th century, mines were opened up around the village and water was diverted towards them, causing the waterfall to dry up.  With the closure of the mines in 1884, the waterfall was back in full flow and has remained a popular tourist attraction ever since.

Overview & Park Type

Park type: Quiet & peaceful / Family friendly / In the countryside

Connection fee: POA

Annual fee: POA

Season length: 12 months

Pets: not allowed

Sublet: not allowed

Local Area

The North West Welsh coast is synonymous with caravan parks and caravan holidays.

If you're looking for a traditional family caravan park holiday, with miles of beaches and plenty of activities for the kids or a quiet select park then the coast is for you!

But that is not all; the North West Wales coast is the ideal base to use as a stepping stone to discover so many areas of North Wales, all within easy travelling distance with excellent transport links.

Travel to the North West Wales coast is extremely easy; the A55 dual carriageway extends all the way along the coast from the M56 making all areas easily reached from Merseyside, Manchester, the north west and the Midlands.

Main towns include Prestatyn, Rhyl, Towyn, Llanddulas, Colwyn Bay and Llandudno.

Aberkinsey Caravan Park (Dyserth)

Quiet & peaceful / Family friendly / In the countryside

Connection fee: POA

Annual fee: POA

Season length: 12 months

Pets: not allowed

Sublet: not allowed

Park Description

To arrange a viewing of this park or to discuss buying and siting a caravan please click through to our enquiry form using the buttons to the right.

Aberkinsey Caravan Park is situated in the small village of Dyserth, just off the North Wales Coast, near Prestatyn. The park is small, quiet and family friendly, perfect for those who are looking for a holiday park for tranquillity and serenity.

Dyserth lies near St Asaph in rural Denbighshire, North Wales. It is bordered by Meliden to the north, Cwm to the south east, Trelawnyd to the east and Rhuddlan to the west. Nearby towns and villages include Prestatyn, Rhyl, Rhuddlan, Denbigh, Bodelwyddan, Abergele and Whitford. 

The main landmark in Dyserth is the waterfall. The river Ffyddion, a tributary of the river Clwyd, flows through the village and falls over a 70ft ledge, creating the mesmerising waterfall. During the early 19th century, mines were opened up around the village and water was diverted towards them, causing the waterfall to dry up.  With the closure of the mines in 1884, the waterfall was back in full flow and has remained a popular tourist attraction ever since.

Location

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North Wales Coast

Holiday parks on the North Wales Coast

The North West Welsh coast is synonymous with caravan parks and caravan holidays.

If you're looking for a traditional family caravan park holiday, with miles of beaches and plenty of activities for the kids or a quiet select park then the coast is for you!

But that is not all; the North West Wales coast is the ideal base to use as a stepping stone to discover so many areas of North Wales, all within easy travelling distance with excellent transport links.

Travel to the North West Wales coast is extremely easy; the A55 dual carriageway extends all the way along the coast from the M56 making all areas easily reached from Merseyside, Manchester, the north west and the Midlands.

Main towns include Prestatyn, Rhyl, Towyn, Llanddulas, Colwyn Bay and Llandudno.

Holiday parks North Wales Coast

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Roy Kellett Caravan Distributors01745 350043enquiries@roykellettcaravans.comPrinted 20/10/2018 06:33. Information correct at time of printing.