10 of the Best Caravan Sites in Wales
Wales is a country of outstanding natural beauty, with captivating places to explore no matter which part you visit. For those of you looking for a break away in stunning surroundings, we’ve put together a list of the 10 of the best caravan sites in Wales, to help you choose your perfect holiday.
Looking for a peaceful location? Or would you like a place with family fun facilities? Whatever your preference, there’s a caravan park in Wales to suit you…
1 – Cardigan Bay Holiday Park
Cardigan Bay Holiday Park is positioned 300 yards from Poppit Beach at the start of the spectacular Pembrokeshire Coast Path.
Perfect for families, this static caravan park features a tropical indoor pool with a retractable roof for the summer and Jacuzzis for the grown-ups. With an outdoor pool too, you’ll even have the option to sunbathe outside when the weather allows.
The Dolphin Family Entertainment Bar is ideal for an evening drink and family entertainment is available through the school holidays. Meanwhile, The Club Lounge offers ambient music and beamed ceilings to accompany a glass of wine of beer.
The park also has a children’s adventure playground and small amusements area to keep the kids entertained, as well as an essentials shop. With consistently high reviews on Tripadvisor, you can be sure of a wonderful stay.
2 – Plassey Holiday Park
Plassey Holiday Park offers high-quality pitches for touring caravans, motorhomes and tents with electric, water and TV hook-ups. If you’re after a luxurious glamping experience, they also have studio lodges and safari tents to choose from.
This park near Wrexham, boasts outstanding facilities including an indoor heated swimming pool and nature trails across 247 acres of farmland. There’s hair and beauty outlets, licensed bars, licensed restaurants, fishing ponds, a golf course, games room, sports facilities and a retail village. So, there’s no fear of boredom here!
3 – Nicholaston Farm
Nicholaston Farm is a working family farm that has been around since the 1920s and is in an ideal location on the Gower Peninsula near Swansea. This caravan site has a café, on-site shop and excellent shower block to accompany its touring pitches for motorhomes, caravans, campervans and tents.
With consistent excellent reviews on Tripadvisor, it’s a great option for exploring Gower, which was awarded the first Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in 1956.
Walkers can enjoy the Gower Coast Path on their southern boundary and the Gower Way nearby. The beaches at Little Tor, Crawley and Oxwich are also only a 10-minute walk away.
All in all, this is a great option for those seeking a coastal caravan site near Swansea.
4 – Barmouth Bay
If you’re looking for a mix of sea and mountains, Barmouth Bay offers the best of both worlds with Snowdonia and the coast on the doorstep.
For accommodation, choose from static caravans and luxury self-catering lodges. Some even include your very own hot tub for ultimate relaxation. Facilities on the park include an indoor heated swimming pool, outdoor adventure playground, multi-sports court and bike hire.
There’s direct access to Barmouth Beach and various hiking, cycling and climbing routes in the beautiful Snowdonia National Park nearby. The average Tripadvisor review is 4.5/5, so you can be confident of a revitalising break at Barmouth Bay.
5 – Fishguard Bay Resort
Wake up at Fishguard Bay Resort, make your coffee and sit outside to enjoy breathtaking, panoramic views of the sea.
Facilities at this peaceful coastal park include a games room, a shop and bakery and a children’s play area. And better yet, it consistently receives 5 star ratings online.
The park is an ideal base for exploring the Pembrokeshire coast, and is just a stone’s throw from Newport Pembs, a quaint village with boutique shops, restaurants and galleries.
6 – Aberdunant Hall Holiday Park and Hotel
Nestled amongst 200 acres of ancient woodland, Aberdunant Hall Holiday Park in Porthmadog, offers a tranquil forest retreat away from the stresses of daily life.
The Victorian Manor House at its heart consists of a country hotel and restaurants. The park also offers nature trails, luxury lodges with hot tubs and magnificent views of the Snowdonia mountains.
Central to the whole of North and West Wales, it’s close to Porthmadog harbour, Portmerion and Beddgelert, a famous mountain village. The National Botanic Gardens of Wales and Dinefwr Park and Castle are also nearby, as well as the castle towns of Harlech and Cearnarfon. So there’s plenty to explore!
7 – Manorbier Country Park
This 5 star caravan site combines the beauty of a countryside escape with Manorbier’s sandy beach. Located just 5 miles from Tenby, Manorbier Country Park is set within 10 acres of parkland, so you can bask in the calming nature around you.
Reviews on Tripadvisor average 4.5/5 and it’s been awarded their Travellers’ Choice Award too. Facilities include an indoor heated pool, family entertainment in the evenings, and a restaurant and a bar with drinks from around the globe.
Stay on top of your fitness with the fully equipped gym and tennis court, or unwind in the sauna after a day of exploring the wonders of the local area.
8 – Woodlands Devil’s Bridge Caravan Park
If you’re looking for caravan sites in the Ceredigion region of Wales, look no further than the hills of Devil’s Bridge village. Set in an idyllic location, Woodlands Devil’s Bridge has a surprising amount of attractions nearby.
The world-famous Devil’s Bridge Falls only a short walk away, along with the Vale of Rheidol Stream Train and a welcoming village pub. Aberystwyth is a 12 mile drive and the Ceredigion coastline is close by too.
An array of mountain, river, forest and woodland walks are accessible either directly from the park or nearby. Fuel up on energy first with a hearty breakfast at The Woodland’s Tea Room and keep the kid’s entertained at the on-site play park.
9 – Plas Farm Caravan Park
Plas Farm Caravan Park is one of the best touring caravan sites in Wales with its award-winning 5 star status. It’s in an ideal location for exploring the North Wales coast and Snowdonia, offering tranquil surroundings and plenty of wildlife for nature lovers.
You’ll find Plas Farm on the outskirts of Betws yn Rhos. The park is dog-friendly and offers touring pitches, spacious lodges and a holiday cottage complete with hot tub, for a more luxurious stay.
10 – Hafan y Môr Holiday Park
This list wouldn’t be complete without one of Wales’ top Haven sites. Hafan y Môr is a caravan site by the sea in North Wales.
It boasts a wide range of family attractions, including The Dragon Lakes Adventure Village and outdoor activities like Aerial Adventure.
On rainy days, enjoy hours of fun at the Splashaway Bay water park or take part in a creative session for families. With plenty to do onsite and offsite, you’ll be spoilt for choice here.
Whether you’re looking for a staycation by the sea or a peaceful countryside retreat, Wales has an array of caravan and camping sites to suit your needs. Discover more places to stay in Wales and start planning your trip now!