Hen Efail Caravan Site

Llanelian Road, Colwyn Bay, Conwy, LL29 8UW

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Ideal for ...

  • Beach stays
  • Dogs
  • Families
  • Peaceful stays
  • Scenic views

Why stay here ...

  • Oldest pub with food in North Wales only 200 metres away.
  • Located in peaceful rural countryside yet only 5 minutes from beach, golf, fishing, cycling and leisure complex.
  • Sea and countryside views, lawned and colourful borders all around the site. Household pets welcome.

Facilities on site ...

  • Battery charging
  • Information room
  • TV reception: good

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Pitches

Types of pitch: grass

Electric hook up available

Useful Info

0.5 acres

Sloping pitches

Lawned site

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Postcode:
LL29 8UW
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GPS:
Lat 53.278043 / Lon -3.699997
OS field ref:
SH866768
OS map ref:
116

Transport links

  • Nearest port: Holyhead (30 miles)
  • Nearest train station: Colwyn Bay

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Splendid

This site is an absolute gem, tucked away just enough to be quiet and private but not miles from anywhere. There is plenty of room to not interfere with others space. Very well kept and the owner was very welcoming and accommodating. Would highly recommend and is firmly on our list of favourites.

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Fabulous little gem

What a hidden gem this site is, yes there is a bit of a hill to get to it but it is well worth it!  The field is slopping but there are lots of blocks left out by the owners for you to use, the field is prefectly manicured and the hedges and flowers beautiful with solar lights everywhere.  The owners are very friendly and visit most days to check everything is ok.  It is a five minute drive to the lovely beach of Colwyn Bay.  We will definitely be making a return visit soon.

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beautiful site kept immaculate by david and his wife it is a real credit, pub 200yds away we dined in the station in colwyn (on davids advice) and was very nice we would go out walking and get a taxi back from colwyn bay it only cost £5 not bad at all. only one niggle is why the council do not put a blind spot mirror on the second bend is plain daft as it is sharp and blind you need to take care and have a little luck, but all said what a crackin site thanks
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Well Worth It

Lovely site within easy striking distance of a number of places of interest. As per other reviews, there is a short hill up to the site entrance but passing places are frequent and shouldn't create any problems. The grass is kept short, borders with flowers and garden ornaments abound (not sure about the headless bird!).  There are plenty of electric points to ensure a variety of places to pitch up. Yes it is a sloping site but manageable. The friendly owner said it was intended to cut out some spots around the site to provide some level pitches which would be great. Would suggest that you read the notice just inside the gate and not disturbing the residents in the bungalow next door. Would definitely revisit.   

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Top of the World

This is a delightful site but although the Green Book says it is lawned, it does not mention that if you are on the top pitches you will certainly need blocks; we used all ours and had to search for more around the site. Fortunately the owner thoughtfully leaves extras for use by visitors. The access road is very steep, narrow, with parked cars and with a severely tight bend on a hill near the start. Check on Google! The site is beautifully maintained with lovely flower borders around the edge, a friendly owner and lovely views. It's very quiet and there is a great pub within walking distance. We loved it here and will certainly be back.
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