Gadfa Touring Park

Gadfa Newydd, Gadfa, Penysarn, Anglesey, LL69 9UL

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Ideal for ...

  • Adults
  • Beach stays
  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays
  • Scenic views

Why stay here ...

Gadfa Touring Park is a small and peaceful park for adults only.

Here, you'll enjoy stunning views over unspoilt countryside with Parys Mountain to the west and the Snowdon Range in the east.

Escape to Gadfa, away from the hustle and bustle, set on glorious Welsh countryside with outstanding views and absolute peace and quiet.

The park is close to many beaches and many quaint villages such as Moelfre & Beaumaris.

Unwind and relax away from the madness of everyday life on five pitches available for your tourer.

All pitches are level and include electric hook up. There are two water points conveniently positioned on the park.  Choose from three hardstanding and two grass pitches.

Dogs on leads welcome.

 

Facilities on site ...

  • Dog walk from site
  • Recycling facilities
  • TV reception: good

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Latest arrival time: 8:00 PM

Latest departure time: 11:00 AM

1 acres

Lawned site

Recycling Facilities

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Postcode:
LL69 9UL
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GPS:
Lat 53.380935 / Lon -4.322561
OS field ref:
SH456896
OS map ref:
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Transport links

  • Bus stop within 1 mile
  • Buses go to: Circular Anglesey
  • Daily public transport within 1 mile
  • Nearest port: Holyhead (20 miles)

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Beautiful site with amazing views

Gadfa Touring Park
We was made very welcome to Gadfa touring site by Dale We was on a hard standing pitch they are huge pitches with a large strip of wild meadow between each pitch . The water electric was behind us and the toilet emptying point was excellent and well thought out and hidden behind wood as was the bins and recycling point . Well the views absolutely stunning and the weather etc made them different every time you looked out,the wildlife was great we saw a wild hare running around the site. We highly recommend finney's chippy amlwch they have two more elsewhere,they do gluten-free we did our order online and paid you chose a collection time .all very easy ,we drove and parked at bull bay to eat ours yum yum 😋 https://www.angleseyfishandchips.co.uk/ We will definitely be returning here as soon as possible So peaceful Thankyou Amanda and Dale

penningtonclan

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Reviewed on 17/07/2022 11:44

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Gadfa Touring Park
Stayed for 4 nights at this immaculate site. Amanda and Dale were very friendly, welcoming and helpful. The site has beautiful open views and is very peaceful. We had the good fortune to see the local hare come on site, as well as 3 lambs who’d escaped from a nearby farm and decided Dale’s grass was tastier than theirs ! Amanda escorted them back safely. We also spotted a red squirrel on one of our walks, such a privilege! One of our dogs had a sore pad so we were unable to go to Parry’s mountain (sharp stones), but we found a lovely walk down to Dulas bay from where you can continue to Moelfre and beyond if you wish. We were in a motorhome and once parked we don’t move it, obviously with a car and caravan it is easy to access the whole island. Definitely recommended, we’ll be back.

Stinkie

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Reviewed on 02/05/2022 19:38

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Gadfa Touring Park
Stayed 1 week from Easter Monday.Well kept site and potentially excellent, but there were practices that niggled use. Grass is fairly soft and owner is over-precious about it. No groundsheets whatsoever are permitted. The owner puts caravans on grass when busy and retains hard standings for motorhomes. You are not given a choice. Very expensive considering the restrictions. We discovered that some people were paying £22 per night whilst we were paying £25 for the same nights and we had a 7 day booking whilst theirs was less. On the Friday and Saturday nights there were 8 units on site, including 2 (connected) units on one pitch next to us. Notwithstanding the above, we did not let this spoil a very enjoyable holiday in a beautiful area.

tangosierra

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Reviewed on 29/04/2022 12:36

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Back again!

Gadfa Touring Park
So 10 months on from our first ever trip out in our new motorhome and the first CL site we visited, we came back for a cheeky w/e away so that we could get away from work and home pressures. Rolled onto the site and said hello to Dale on the way in. Parked up on a hardstanding and got connected straight away with no issues. Noticed that Dale and Amanda had created a new hardstanding area next to No.2 where we were parked up. So now knowing the area a bit better we were able to explore a bit more. Dale did tell us about a good walk to do that he had discovered so we did about a third of that before the rains appeared :-( We also found a great little farm that did smoked produce just off the A5025 so we stocked up with cheese and meat goodies for our next getaway. Also dined out at the Freckled Angel on the high st of Menai Bridge so that would be a good shout for anyone who likes tapas or small plate menus. We also recognised that there is a bus stop on the A5025 opposite the end of the road that leads to the CL site which would be good to jump on and off to places if you didnt feel like driving especially some of the pubs that are on the side of the A5025. Unfortunately the weather wasnt on our side so we couldnt sit outside and bbq and chat with neighbours but this is a great CL site to use as a base now for this side of the island so is a solid go to place for Anglesey in our opinion. Simon and Sarah

Simon and Sarah

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Reviewed on 09/08/2021 13:56

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We found a little piece of paradise on Anglesey

Gadfa Touring Park
We found a little piece of paradise on Anglesey at Gadfa Touring Park. On arrival we received a very friendly and helpful welcome. Our pitch was perfect and had a wonderful view over the fields, looking towards the Snowdonia Mountain range. The site is easy to access and has water, EHU and grey waste point. There are bins for general waste and recycling and Elson point all discretely hidden on the site. The owners gave us information on local attractions such as Parry's Mountain, which has a landscape like Mars. Situated in Penysarn the site is ideal for visits to local bays and lovely beaches. The are Co op and Spar shops in nearby Amlwch and a Post Office and general store in Penysarn. The site was peaceful and tranquil. We will definitely be back next year. Thank you to the owners for making us feel so welcome and relaxed here.

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Reviewed on 26/07/2021 11:24

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