Tyddyn Pwrpas

Newborough, Anglesey, LL61 6TN

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Ideal for ...

  • Beach stays
  • Dogs
  • Families
  • Scenic views

Why stay here ...

Our CL is ideally located for Newborough which is a village in the south western corner of Anglesey and  Llanddwyn Island (small tidal island) are both just a 5 minute drive away or a pleasant walk if you enjoy walking. We are a short distance from Newborough Forest which has a red squirrel population, and within a 30 minute drive to Bangor, Caernarfon and Snowdonia.

The CL boasts panoramic views of the Snowdonia Mountain range, an onsite cafe and a children's play area.

Free showers on site. Please note that dogs must be kept on a lead at all times whilst on site.

Facilities on site ...

  • Dog walk from site
  • Restaurant
  • Shower (exclusive use)
  • WC (exclusive use)

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Latest arrival time: 12:00 AM

0.75 acres

Lawned site

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Postcode:
LL61 6TN
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GPS:
Lat 53.173462 / Lon -4.347181
OS field ref:
SH432666
OS map ref:
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Transport links

  • Daily public transport within 1 mile

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A slice of Heaven

Tyddyn Pwrpas
We have been here numerous times over the years, and it never fails to delight us. The campsite is situated within the grounds of the Anglesey Transport Museum and cafe. There is a playground for children. Well behaved dogs on leads are welcomed to the site. The pitches are all hard standing and well maintained. Can verify that they are all levelled due to having a vintage folding caravan that need to be levelled in order to be put up correctly. There is a toilet and separate shower situated to the side of the museum. Both were well maintained with supply of toilet paper and soap. The owners are lovely friendly people and have a great team working for them. We were impressed by the young people serving us in the cafe who were polite, friendly and smiley. The food in the cafe is very tasty. At times it can get busy and you may have a little wait, but it’s worth it. Beside you are on holiday so just relax and enjoy looking at the scenery/talk to your fellow companions, rather than trying to rush through your day. The museum is well worth a visit with numerous forms of transport to look at. In particular there is a cracking display of military vehicles. There is a large field on the campsite which is perfect to play games on, when not playing in the playground. Our kids love the freedom and space this site offers them. We love the fact that it is safe and secured in beautiful surroundings. There are plenty of places to visit in the area aside from the excellent Transport Museum on site. We would recommend Stone Science (Dinos and fossils), Plas Newydd (National Trust), Beaumaris Castle, South Stacks and a particular favourite of ours is Newborough Beach which you access via driving through the forest (there is a charge for parking, but plenty of spaces and toilets near the beach). Honestly this place is like a little slice of Heaven, if you need a place to retreat to whilst recharging your batteries. It really is good for one’s health as we always leave feeling totally relaxed.

Vintageep

Reviewed on 01/06/2024 21:07

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Tyddyn Pwrpas
This CL is part of a commercial operation that also has a Transport Museum, Café, Kids Playground and two army trucks used for Glamping. The site was quiet at night, level and spacious, with views of Snowdonia. Some pitches had a picnic table, and there is one loo and one shower. There is a cold tap behind one pitch. All nice enough but the premium price of £25 a night is hard to justify. We booked online well in advance for a Saturday and Sunday night via the Museum website, and paid in full. We didn’t spot that no confirmation email ever came, maybe it went to spam. Upon arrival and giving our name, the woman from the café wanted our booking number instead. Checks on our phones revealed no email confirmation. She made a phone call and was then quite insistent that they had no such booking for the weekend, and repeatedly asked if we had booked under a different name (no) or booked one of the many nearby CLs (no). Only after more time on the phone did she come out and say that in fact we were booked in. If there was an apology within the verbal flow I didn’t hear it. Just the sort of stressful encounter one can do without on holiday. We had planned to visit the museum and café, but after this show of condescending attitude to customers we spent our money elsewhere. There are plenty of welcoming CLs on Anglesey, so we won’t be returning to this one.

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Reviewed on 17/07/2022 17:52

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Fantastic CL!

Tyddyn Pwrpas
This CL is definitely the best one we have ever stayed on in recent years. The friendliness of the owners and their family was superb, extremely helpful and genial. The site was immaculate with excellent generous sized pitches. We wished we had our grandchildren with us to take advantage of the play area as it was excellent with a range of swings, slides and roundabouts. there was a large area of lawn ideal for football or tennis. The facilities (shower and toilet) were clean and awaiting an upgrade which has been delayed due to a supply issue The transport museum on site was interesting, well worth a couple of hours perusing around out of the rain. There was also a café on site which sold a range of freshly cooked very reasonably priced foods, an excellent range of home baked cakes including cream teas, but best of all was the ice-cream and gelato especially the honeycomb and chocolate flake varieties. Thank you for one of the loveliest weeks we've ever spent, your passion to provide excellence is outstanding.

suebattle

Reviewed on 11/07/2021 21:05

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Lovely site

Tyddyn Pwrpas
A very pleasant, spacious site with an open aspect. Friendly welcome from chatty lady shortly after arrival. Big skies, lovely views to Snowdonia, great sunsets, handy for Newborough Warren and a fantastic beach. Points to note: 1) Hardstandings are fairly narrow - perhaps 2.4m/8ft. Not a problem in dry weather, but when it's wet underfoot, muddy pretty quickly. 2) Only water tap I could see was behind the corner pitch. If someone is pitched here, motorhomes would be stumped to fill up. 3). Very clean toilet & shower (unheated!) behind the cafe, so if you are emptying your black waste, you have to walk the length of the cafe frontage. Hmm. 4) No motorhome emptying point. 5) There is a huge workshop behind the hedge. You might get occasional noise from a radio, spanners being dropped etc. However, on balance, the workshop shields you from a very fast road. Would we visit again. Certainly. Care required travelling over from A55.

RobPeel

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Reviewed on 07/12/2020 12:17

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Fabulous CL in every way

Tyddyn Pwrpas
We have just returned from a 2 night stay at Tyddyn Pwrpas. The hosts were very warm and welcoming. The site is very well maintained and the facilities exceptionally clean and COVID secure. There was an slight problem with the mains water having to be turned off for emergency work - this was not an issue as the hosts kindly brought bottled water over to us for the 2 hours water was unavailable . We will definitely return and recommend this site 100%

SallyAK

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Reviewed on 13/11/2020 20:29

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