Dulas Bay Caravan Site

Oak House, Tyn Rhos Fawr, Dulas, Anglesey, LL70 9DQ

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Ideal for ...

  • Beach stays
  • Dogs
  • Families
  • Peaceful stays
  • Waterside stays

Why stay here ...

  • Sea view and walking distance to the beach.
  • Panoramic views of Snowdonia range.
  • Ideal walking area. Located on the Anglesey coastal path (126 miles).
  • Sea fishing within 0.50m.
  • Toilet and shower is shared.

Facilities on site ...

  • Shower (shared use)
  • TV reception: fair
  • WC (non-exclusive use)

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Latest arrival time: 8:00 PM

1.5 acres

Some sloping pitches

Electric amperage: 10

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Postcode:
LL70 9DQ
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Lat 53.372959 / Lon -4.297641
OS field ref:
SH472885
OS map ref:
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Transport links

  • Buses go to: all local areas
  • Daily public transport within 1 mile
  • Nearest port: Holyhead (25 miles)

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Lovely area

We have stayed here several times. The site is approached via a yard associated with a sheep farm which is separate from the CL. Then you get to the site via an area where permanent vans are located. Once on the site it is very peaceful with lovely views and an abundance of birds. And of course, the sound of lambs and sheep in a truly rural setting. The pitches are all hardstanding and do slope, so levelling blocks for the caravan are essential. I suspect this may be more of a problem for motorhomes but not a problem at all for a van. The toliet block (one toilet, washbasin and shower, which is charged at £1 for 6 minutes) has been renovated and each person on the site has a key so it cannot be used by people from off the site. Plenty of toliet roll but only cold water in the sink. The electricity supply is 10A so care needs to be taken not to overload the breaker when the heating is on an you boil a kettle, which is common to many sites with 10A supplies! Overall this is a quiet peaceful site, within easy reach of all Anglesey's attractions. We shall certainly come again.

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Mixed feelings

The last 2 reviews were written after we’d already booked and paid or I would have cancelled, so we had very low expectations! It most certainly doesn’t meet the website’s promises. There was a general unkempt feel as you drove through the farmyard, no signage to direct you to the cl part, the seasonal/ permanent pitch site you had to go through is very scruffy and the cl part was smaller than expected. We moved pitch when a caravan from the bottom front corner left in the hope we could get something like level ! It was better but still not level even on ramps ( we are in a motorhome) though the website states the hardstandings are level. The view was better there too, you could see the estuary through a gap in the trees. Not much of a view from the other pitches. There are 2 water taps, one on each side, one of which had a pipe directly connected to a caravan, not water on each pitch as described. No one greeted us or came to see us during our 5 night stay. Some information on the area , how to get to the coastal path etc would have been nice. The facilities, caravan club standard according to the website, were very strange! You had to walk through the other caravan site so you didn’t know until you got there if it was occupied or not. A single toilet, shower and basin in a large windowless breezeblock building, damp and dingy. Having said all that it was peaceful (apart from the 2 children in the caravan behind us) we saw a red squirrel from our van and lots of birds and rabbits in the mornings. We walked to moelfre and in the other direction to the lighthouse but both would be a fair hike for some. Not one for us to return to though and I certainly wouldn’t pay in advance again.
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First and Last Ever Visit

Site description is almost accurate (just) but this site is over priced for the so called provision of WC and shower which seemed to be shared with migrant labour who turned up at strange times in the adjacent non CL caravan area. The description of the WC block facility in other reviews is accurate best advice dont use them. We turned up and no one from the farm estate turned up in the 2 days we were there to check that we were in the correct pitch or anything else.The site owners website is a complete wrong description as the B&B facility for the tourers to have a breakfast if they required one does not exist the B&B has closed down. The CL site area is uneven so with a motorhome leveling ramps are essential. Site suits caravans with a car its hopeless for motorhomers for using public transport as the bus stop is not easily reached by the main road and you have to walk on the road no footpath. Basically to expensive drop the price by £5 thats still overpriced. Andand dont visit by motorhome its a non starter. Stayed on better CL sites in Wales with a sea view, clean toilets and proper showers for less cost.
Motorhomer from Essex

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Quiet CL visted August 2015

We do find it interesting to see other peoples reviews and how they differ for the same site, here is our view of Dulas Bay. Not too difficult to find if you follow the directions in the Club Handbook. All pitches are hardstanding with power and water to each and are in two rows either side of a slate gravel roadway with grass between each pitch. The 'bottom end' pitches get the best view and have a little more space. We had booked and paid online and saw no sign of the owner(s) during our two night stay, but we don't have an issue with that as we like peace and quiet. The waste facilities, and chemical toilet disposal, are close by. To access the pitches you have to drive through an old farm yard and then past 7 or 8 other caravans, which were also being used, so not sure how the CL thing works here. We were separated from them by a hedge. The toilet block is in the form of one breeze block building, located at the top of the area past the other caravans. It contains a shower, toilet and hand wash basin. The shower is chargeable by coin slot meter, £1.00 for 6 minutes, however the meter is outside the building so make sure you get your timing right! On the same point, at £18.00 per night, it's not the cheapest of CL's and we feel that the showers could be included in this fee. I suspect most pitches will required levelling ramps, ours certainly did. Not sure what ampage the electricity was but if we put our Truma on the highest setting it tripped the breaker but this didn't spoil anything. The site served it's purpose as a base for our short stay on Anglesey but not one for us to return to.
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Not quite what we expected

This site is perhaps better suited to caravanners or those with a smallish motorhome. We found that there was very little to see or do from the site unless we moved the motorhome which we prefer not to do, once we are set up. There is a walk to the estuary, down a lane that is perhaps half to three quarters of a mile long, but for other walks we found very little. The estuary itself was pretty to look at. The site has hard standings, although levelling blocks are needed and even then on our pitch it was hard to get level. To reach the site it is necessary to go through a farmyard, and then through what seemed to be a caravan storage area. For us this did not represent value for money.
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