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Ty Gwyn Farm Caravan Park (Llanrwst)

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Ty Gwyn Caravan Park, Towyn
Ty Gwyn Farm Caravan Park (Llanrwst)

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Park Description

 

Ty Gwyn Farm Caravan Park is located in the perfect rural spot for relaxing and peaceful holidays. You will find the park surrounded by green fields with grazing sheep and accessed by a private driveway.

Located between Betws-y-Coed and Llandudno, Llanrwst is a historic market town in the Conwy Valley and has a lot to offer both visitors and local residents. 

Gwydir Castle sits on the west bank but wisely set further back from the river. For centuries the seat of the aforesaid influential Wynne family. The house has a fine sequence of Tudor rooms, though much of the house was rebuilt in the 19th century. The current owners are undertaking an extensive  programme to restore Gwydir Castle to its former glory,  and have obtained the panelling from the Dining Room which  left Gwydir in the 1920's and was discovered in store in a  museum in New York City. 

The town square, Ancaster Square, offers a variety of shops, cafes, and al-fresco refreshments. As with all market towns, Llanrwst has its fair share of pubs.  Many are ancient coaching inns, and a fair number retain both their character and the Welsh language, more especially when the farmers descend on the town on the market days.

Overview & Park Type

Park type: Quiet & peaceful / In the countryside

Connection fee: POA

Annual fee: £1,750.00

Season length: 8 months

Pets: not allowed

Sublet: not 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.

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Ty Gwyn Caravan Park, Towyn
Ty Gwyn Caravan Park, Towyn
 
Ty Gwyn Caravan Park, Towyn
Ty Gwyn Caravan Park, Towyn
 
Ty Gwyn Caravan Park, Towyn
Ty Gwyn Caravan Park, Towyn
 
Ty Gwyn Caravan Park, Towyn
Ty Gwyn Caravan Park, Towyn
 
Ty Gwyn Caravan Park, Towyn

Ty Gwyn Farm Caravan Park (Llanrwst)

Quiet & peaceful / In the countryside

Connection fee: POA

Annual fee: £1,750.00

Season length: 8 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.

 

Ty Gwyn Farm Caravan Park is located in the perfect rural spot for relaxing and peaceful holidays. You will find the park surrounded by green fields with grazing sheep and accessed by a private driveway.

Located between Betws-y-Coed and Llandudno, Llanrwst is a historic market town in the Conwy Valley and has a lot to offer both visitors and local residents. 

Gwydir Castle sits on the west bank but wisely set further back from the river. For centuries the seat of the aforesaid influential Wynne family. The house has a fine sequence of Tudor rooms, though much of the house was rebuilt in the 19th century. The current owners are undertaking an extensive  programme to restore Gwydir Castle to its former glory,  and have obtained the panelling from the Dining Room which  left Gwydir in the 1920's and was discovered in store in a  museum in New York City. 

The town square, Ancaster Square, offers a variety of shops, cafes, and al-fresco refreshments. As with all market towns, Llanrwst has its fair share of pubs.  Many are ancient coaching inns, and a fair number retain both their character and the Welsh language, more especially when the farmers descend on the town on the market days.

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

For more photos from Snowdonia & Conwy Valley please click here.

Roy Kellett Caravan Distributors01745 350043enquiries@roykellettcaravans.comPrinted 26/05/2018 20:40. Information correct at time of printing.