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:
114

Transport links

  • Daily public transport within 1 mile

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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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A great return to Tyddyn Pwrpas & our 100 night celebration!!

Tyddyn Pwrpas
We have just returned from Anglesey following a 15 night stay at the CL at Tyddyn Pwrpas. During the holiday we passed a landmark "one hundred nights" on the site (across nine visits) and had continued where we had left off previously. The warmth of our welcome was just great and, we were able to enjoy a stay which was really peaceful - and we also had to suffer fantastic weather too (truly out of the ordinary). Our two grandsons joined us for five nights during the weekends and made full use of the terrific play area whenever they were on site with us. The site is very easy to access; has fantastic scenery and places of interest abound on the island. Anglesey had it all in the crossover from June into July! In addition to this, we were joined by friends from the English west country on their second visit to the site and, they commented how they were very pleased to have taken the trouble to do a tour around the Motor Museum during this visit. They said that it should be on visitors to the island's "must do list." This little gem of a site and its owners deserve high praise for the improvements they have made year on year. We look forward to staying here again in 2020!! Thanks to Arfon, Sarah & Chris once again - keep up the good work!

YoungSpud

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Reviewed on 20/07/2019 15:46

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A Fabulous Site - can definitely recommend!

Tyddyn Pwrpas
We have just returned from our second stay on this site and as before have had a great time. The site is well maintained. The pitches have great views and are well spaced out. The toilet and shower are very clean and roomy. The staff and owners are cheerful and helpful. The Transport Museum is completely separate -the CL site being through a closed gate into the field at the back and, despite our being there during the busy school holidays, had absolutely no impact on the peaceful ambience of the CL site. Our daughter loved the playground, which is shared by the museum but is also far enough away from the caravans that any children visiting the museum and using it do not disturb the CL site. The site is easily accessed on good roads and well located for all the attractions on Anglesey, especially Newborough beach which is a cycle ride away. Pay absolutely no attention to the two (old) bad reviews below. We wholeheartedly recommend this site.

splatipus

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Reviewed on 19/04/2019 10:59

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