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Glascoed Hall Caravan Park (Caernarfon)

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Caernarfon
Glascoed Hall Caravan Park (Caernarfon)

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Park Description

Caernarfon is situated in Gwynedd, North Wales. It's location on the Menai Straits close to Snowdonia National Park makes it ideal for touring both the Snowdonia National Park and the Isle of Anglesey.

 

Caernarfon, situated between the picturesque Menai Straits and Mount Snowdon is a busy Welsh market town and a major tourist centre. Renowned for the World   Heritage Site of Caernarfon Castle, the most famous of Wales' castles, and the  investiture in 1969 of Prince Charles as the present Prince of Wales. Indeed the town is dominated by King Edward I's impressive medieval fortress and town walls, built as part of the iron ring of castles to secure his English foothold in Wales after the death of the last Prince of Wales. But the town is older than its   medieval castle would suggest. Much older.

 

Several walks, trails and bike routes converge on Caernarfon including the Llyn Coastal Path, a National Trail. An alternative is to take the Welsh Highland Railway as far as Rhyd Ddu at the base of Mount Snowdon. Rhyd Ddu is some 12 miles from Caernarfon and high up in the Snowdonia Mountains. The railway links to some tremendous walks, including the Rhyd Ddu path up Snowdon, the Nantlle Ridge or Mynydd Mawr.

Overview & Park Type

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

Pitches: 74

Connection fee: POA

Annual fee: £1,476.00

Season length: 8 months

Pets: allowed

Sublet: allowed

Facilities
  • Pets allowed
Local Area

Snowdonia is a stunningly scenic area of North Wales. From the mountains to the coast the area offers a big choice of holiday parks catering for both active and relaxing holidays. For the adventurous there is a massive choice of outdoor pursuits including walking, climbing, mountain biking and canoeing and for a more relaxed holiday there are castles, historic towns, steam railways, fishing, plenty of attractions and of course beautiful scenery. For boat owners there is a marina at Conwy. It is this diversity that makes Snowdonia appeal to all age groups.

Main towns include Caernarfon, Llanberis, Betws-y-Coed and Llanwrst.

Snowdonia is within easy travelling distance of Manchester, the Midlands and Stoke on Trent.

Glascoed Hall Caravan Park (Caernarfon)

Quiet & peaceful / Family friendly / Close to beaches

Pitches: 74

Connection fee: POA

Annual fee: £1,476.00

Season length: 8 months

Pets: allowed

Sublet: allowed

Park Brochure

Park Description

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Caernarfon is situated in Gwynedd, North Wales. It's location on the Menai Straits close to Snowdonia National Park makes it ideal for touring both the Snowdonia National Park and the Isle of Anglesey.

 

Caernarfon, situated between the picturesque Menai Straits and Mount Snowdon is a busy Welsh market town and a major tourist centre. Renowned for the World   Heritage Site of Caernarfon Castle, the most famous of Wales' castles, and the  investiture in 1969 of Prince Charles as the present Prince of Wales. Indeed the town is dominated by King Edward I's impressive medieval fortress and town walls, built as part of the iron ring of castles to secure his English foothold in Wales after the death of the last Prince of Wales. But the town is older than its   medieval castle would suggest. Much older.

 

Several walks, trails and bike routes converge on Caernarfon including the Llyn Coastal Path, a National Trail. An alternative is to take the Welsh Highland Railway as far as Rhyd Ddu at the base of Mount Snowdon. Rhyd Ddu is some 12 miles from Caernarfon and high up in the Snowdonia Mountains. The railway links to some tremendous walks, including the Rhyd Ddu path up Snowdon, the Nantlle Ridge or Mynydd Mawr.

Facilities

  • Pets allowed

Location

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Snowdonia & Conwy Valley

Holiday parks in Snowdonia and the Conwy Valley

Snowdonia is a stunningly scenic area of North Wales. From the mountains to the coast the area offers a big choice of holiday parks catering for both active and relaxing holidays. For the adventurous there is a massive choice of outdoor pursuits including walking, climbing, mountain biking and canoeing and for a more relaxed holiday there are castles, historic towns, steam railways, fishing, plenty of attractions and of course beautiful scenery. For boat owners there is a marina at Conwy. It is this diversity that makes Snowdonia appeal to all age groups.

Main towns include Caernarfon, Llanberis, Betws-y-Coed and Llanwrst.

Snowdonia is within easy travelling distance of Manchester, the Midlands and Stoke on Trent.

Holiday parks Snowdonia & Conwy Valley

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Roy Kellett Caravan Distributors01745 350043enquiries@roykellettcaravans.comPrinted 21/08/2018 06:01. Information correct at time of printing.