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Ddol Hir Caravan Park (Llangollen)

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Ddol Hir Caravan Park, Llangollen
Ddol Hir Caravan Park (Llangollen)

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Park Description

Ddol Hir Caravan Park can be found on the banks of the River Ceiriog in the small Welsh town of Llangollen, on the edge of the Berwyn mountain range. The park is a peaceful, get away from it all Holiday Park, perfect if you’re after a quiet retreat to unwind and relax.

Llangollen is an amazing part of North Wales, hidden with many natural wonders which truly make this town one of a kind. The town is enclosed by a stunning mountain range which stretches for miles, making it perfect for walkers, or those who wish to take their dogs on an exciting adventure, witnessing spectacular scenery first hand. Llangollen is also home to white water Rivers such as the wonderful River Dee, where you will find horse drawn boats in the canal. The Llangollen Steam Railway is also not to be missed, operating on a ten mile stretch between Llangollen and Corwen, the perfect way to witness the stunning natural views of this area. The steam railway is volunteer run and is the longest persevered standard steam gauge railway in Wales, making your visit there extra special.

Overview & Park Type

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

Pitches: 18

Connection fee: POA

Annual fee: £1,795.00

Season length: 10 months

Pets: not allowed

Sublet: not allowed

Facilities
  • Disabled facilities
  • Fishing
  • Dog walks
Local Area

This inland area of North Wales is epitomised by a gentler rolling countryside than Snowdonia. It is the ideal area for outdoor pursuits including cycling, walking, white-water rafting and kayaking.

A major bonus of this area is the short travelling time from the Midlands and Cheshire allowing caravan holiday home owners to enjoy short breaks or weekends away with minimal planning and travel time.

Parks vary from small private parks tucked away in the countryside to large parks with all the facilities you would expect of a family holiday park.

Main towns include Wrexham, Mold, Denbigh, Llangollen, Corwen and Bala.

Ddol Hir Caravan Park (Llangollen)

Quiet & peaceful / Family friendly / In the countryside

Pitches: 18

Connection fee: POA

Annual fee: £1,795.00

Season length: 10 months

Pets: not allowed

Sublet: not allowed

Park Brochure

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.

Ddol Hir Caravan Park can be found on the banks of the River Ceiriog in the small Welsh town of Llangollen, on the edge of the Berwyn mountain range. The park is a peaceful, get away from it all Holiday Park, perfect if you’re after a quiet retreat to unwind and relax.

Llangollen is an amazing part of North Wales, hidden with many natural wonders which truly make this town one of a kind. The town is enclosed by a stunning mountain range which stretches for miles, making it perfect for walkers, or those who wish to take their dogs on an exciting adventure, witnessing spectacular scenery first hand. Llangollen is also home to white water Rivers such as the wonderful River Dee, where you will find horse drawn boats in the canal. The Llangollen Steam Railway is also not to be missed, operating on a ten mile stretch between Llangollen and Corwen, the perfect way to witness the stunning natural views of this area. The steam railway is volunteer run and is the longest persevered standard steam gauge railway in Wales, making your visit there extra special.

Facilities

  • Disabled facilities
  • Fishing
  • Dog walks

Location

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Inland North Wales

Holiday parks in inland North Wales

This inland area of North Wales is epitomised by a gentler rolling countryside than Snowdonia. It is the ideal area for outdoor pursuits including cycling, walking, white-water rafting and kayaking.

A major bonus of this area is the short travelling time from the Midlands and Cheshire allowing caravan holiday home owners to enjoy short breaks or weekends away with minimal planning and travel time.

Parks vary from small private parks tucked away in the countryside to large parks with all the facilities you would expect of a family holiday park.

Main towns include Wrexham, Mold, Denbigh, Llangollen, Corwen and Bala.

Holiday parks Inland North Wales

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Roy Kellett Caravan Distributors01745 350043enquiries@roykellettcaravans.comPrinted 19/02/2018 11:45. Information correct at time of printing.