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Bagnol Caravan Park (Anglesey)

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Bagnol Caravan Park, Anglesey
Bagnol Caravan Park (Anglesey)

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Park Description

Bagnol Caravan Park is a holiday park based in Treaddur Bay, on the west coast of the Isle of Anglesey. The park is within walking distance of a marvellous sandy beach, with interesting coves, where you can spend each holiday absorbing the stunning natural landscapes of the North Wales Island.

Bagnol Caravan Park is home to 161 static caravan pitches, each with its own spectacular view toward the sea. There is also the facility for camping, tourer caravans and motorhomes at the park. Unique to the park is a set of wooden carvings by Australian sculptor Andy Hancock. You will find these sculptures throughout the park taking form as animals and birds, made from solid wood. A true unique feature of the park.

There is plenty to do within the Treaddur Bay area, meaning each holiday which you take within your holiday home at Bagnol Caravan Park will be different from the last. The sandy beaches of Treaddur Bay are only minutes from the park, where days can be spent swimming, sunbathing, snorkelling and sub-aqua diving at this Blue Flag rated beach.

The park is also easily located within a short distance to all the amenities which you could need including local shops, pubs and bars and local restaurants which serve fresh seafood daily which is caught on the island.

This particular area of Anglesey is perfect for those who enjoy fishing, with fresh bait available daily from the local suppliers. If fishing isn’t for you, there are many walking trails, both beach and headland footpaths, which allow you to explore the island at your own pace.

If you’re interested in Welsh culture and history, you have definitely come to the right place. The Isle of Anglesey is home to the 18th century Plas Newydd Country House set on the shore of the Menai Strait and also Beaumaris Castle which looks across to Llandudno.

Overview & Park Type

Park type: Quiet & peaceful / Family friendly / Exclusive / Close to beaches / Close to amenities

Pitches: 177

Connection fee: £840.00

Annual fee: £3,144.00

Season length: 10 months

Pets: allowed

Sublet: not allowed

Facilities
  • Pets allowed
  • Play area
  • Boat parking / launch facilities
  • Launderette
  • Internet / WiFi
Local Area

Anglesey, also known by its Welsh name of Ynys Môn is an island off the North Wales coast, connected to the mainland by two bridges. The coastline of Anglesey varies from rocky coves with lighthouse, to many miles of unspoilt sandy beaches.

There are a good number of holiday parks on Anglesey, perfect for exploring the island on foot, by bike or car; for swimming, fishing, sailing and canoeing or just relaxing on the beach. Day trips to Ireland by fast ferry from Holyhead opens up yet more variety. Anglesey really is the perfect venue for family holidays that will be remembered for years to come.

Main towns include Holyhead, Beaumaris, Llugwy, Rhosneigr, Treaddur Bay and Benllech.

Anglesey is easily reached from Merseyside, Manchester and the north west with dual carriageway all the way from the M56.

Park Photo Gallery
 
Bagnol Caravan Park, Anglesey
Bagnol Caravan Park, Anglesey
 
South stack is a short drive from Bagnol Caravan Park, Anglesey
Bagnol Caravan Park, Anglesey
 
Bagnol Caravan Park, Anglesey
Bagnol Caravan Park,  Treaddur Bay
 
Bagnol Caravan Park,  Treaddur Bay
Wood carvings at Bagnol Caravan Park,  Treaddur Bay
 
Bagnol Caravan Park,  Treaddur Bay
Boat yard for sailing enthusiasts at Bagnol Caravan Park,  Treaddur Bay
 
Bagnol Caravan Park,  Treaddur Bay

Bagnol Caravan Park (Anglesey)

Quiet & peaceful / Family friendly / Exclusive / Close to beaches / Close to amenities

Pitches: 177

Connection fee: £840.00

Annual fee: £3,144.00

Season length: 10 months

Pets: 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.

Bagnol Caravan Park is a holiday park based in Treaddur Bay, on the west coast of the Isle of Anglesey. The park is within walking distance of a marvellous sandy beach, with interesting coves, where you can spend each holiday absorbing the stunning natural landscapes of the North Wales Island.

Bagnol Caravan Park is home to 161 static caravan pitches, each with its own spectacular view toward the sea. There is also the facility for camping, tourer caravans and motorhomes at the park. Unique to the park is a set of wooden carvings by Australian sculptor Andy Hancock. You will find these sculptures throughout the park taking form as animals and birds, made from solid wood. A true unique feature of the park.

There is plenty to do within the Treaddur Bay area, meaning each holiday which you take within your holiday home at Bagnol Caravan Park will be different from the last. The sandy beaches of Treaddur Bay are only minutes from the park, where days can be spent swimming, sunbathing, snorkelling and sub-aqua diving at this Blue Flag rated beach.

The park is also easily located within a short distance to all the amenities which you could need including local shops, pubs and bars and local restaurants which serve fresh seafood daily which is caught on the island.

This particular area of Anglesey is perfect for those who enjoy fishing, with fresh bait available daily from the local suppliers. If fishing isn’t for you, there are many walking trails, both beach and headland footpaths, which allow you to explore the island at your own pace.

If you’re interested in Welsh culture and history, you have definitely come to the right place. The Isle of Anglesey is home to the 18th century Plas Newydd Country House set on the shore of the Menai Strait and also Beaumaris Castle which looks across to Llandudno.

Facilities

  • Pets allowed
  • Play area
  • Boat parking / launch facilities
  • Launderette
  • Internet / WiFi

Location

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Anglesey

Holiday parks on Anglesey

Anglesey, also known by its Welsh name of Ynys Môn is an island off the North Wales coast, connected to the mainland by two bridges. The coastline of Anglesey varies from rocky coves with lighthouse, to many miles of unspoilt sandy beaches.

There are a good number of holiday parks on Anglesey, perfect for exploring the island on foot, by bike or car; for swimming, fishing, sailing and canoeing or just relaxing on the beach. Day trips to Ireland by fast ferry from Holyhead opens up yet more variety. Anglesey really is the perfect venue for family holidays that will be remembered for years to come.

Main towns include Holyhead, Beaumaris, Llugwy, Rhosneigr, Treaddur Bay and Benllech.

Anglesey is easily reached from Merseyside, Manchester and the north west with dual carriageway all the way from the M56.

Holiday parks Anglesey

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Park Stock

There are currently 2 caravans in stock at Bagnol Caravan Park.

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Roy Kellett Caravan Distributors01745 350043enquiries@roykellettcaravans.comPrinted 17/11/2018 03:34. Information correct at time of printing.