Bodnant Caravan Park in Llanrwst, Conwy, offers glorious campsite accommodation in beautiful grounds. We have won 'Wales in Bloom' for touring caravans for 26 consecutive years with our delightful floral features and large range of old farm implements, making us a campsite you will truly remember.
Our stunning campsite offers touring caravans, motor caravans and tents. We also have 2 holiday caravans for hire. We have a separate field for caravan rallies. All 37 caravan and moto caravan pitches are multi serviced pitches with 16 amp electric hookup, TV hook ups, water taps and grey waste disposal. Some hard standing pitches are available. Wi-Fi is available on the site at a charge.
All 14 tent pitches which are in a separate field have electric and TV hook ups. Most tent pitches with the electric hookups are approx 9mx9m. Please note we cannot accept tents larger than 5x6 metres including guide ropes.
The main gates are locked between 11pm and 8am, and no noise is allowed after 11pm.
We also have 2 charming holiday caravans for hire. We allow a maximum of 4 people to occupy each van and they include an array of excellent facilities:
Living / dining room with colour television and radio/cd player.
Fully equipped kitchen with full gas stove, fridge, toaster and microwave.
2 bedrooms: 1 double and 1 twin plus pull out double bed in the living room.
Shower room with toilet.
We are only 15 miles from the coast and we are the perfect base from which to explore the local area. The Conwy Valley at the edge of Snowdonia is a place of unsurpassed beauty clothed, it is said, in every shade of green imaginable. Despite the farming of its lands, the planting of great swathes of forest, building of roads and the railway, the valley has remained relatively unchanged throughout the centuries. Apart from the natural beauty of its rivers, lakes and vistas of the rugged Snowdonia mountains there are numerous places of interest to visit during your stay.
Llanrwst, the 'capital' of the Conwy Valley is an ancient market town built on the banks of the River Conwy. The ancient three-arched stone bridge leads into a town made up of narrow streets offering a plethora of shops selling goods from everyday needs to home baked bread and Welsh delicacies to butchers shops selling locally produced lamb (some from our own farm). There is something to suit all palates in the variety of restaurants, bistros, cafes, take-aways and olde worlde tea rooms.
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4 Pennants AA Award.
4 Star Visit Wales Award.