Brookhouse Farm

Old Ruthin Road, Denbigh, Denbighshire, LL16 4RD

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  • Dogs
  • Families

Why stay here ...

Brookhouse Farm is the perfect family location for CL members. Located in the heart of the Vale of Clwyd, an area of outstanding natural beauty. One and a half miles from the historic town of Denbigh with its famous Castle.

The site is 6 miles away from the A55, the main arterial road to Snowdonia National Park (30 mins) and the Isle of Anglesey or alternatively to Chester (40 mins) Liverpool (50 mins) and Manchester (80 mins). A fantastic location that allows the opportunity to explore the wonders of North Wales and beyond.

The CL is on a one acre site situated next to a main road and with very easy access. With electric hook ups (13 amps) and drinking water located together at each point. A waste disposal point is located within the site. Two public footpaths are within yards of the site and a river. BBQ’s are welcome on site but no ground fires.

The town of Denbigh is only a 3 minute drive away or 25 minute walk. Offering two large supermarkets, independent baker, cafes, newsagents, take away (Indian & Chinese) chip shops some offering local delivery. Pubs, Clubs and two petrol stations.

A small shop is located within a 5 minute walk from the site selling newspapers and basic daily essentials such as bread, milk, bacon and cakes.

Opposite the site is Brookhouse Mill Restaurant and Pub offering an A La Carte menu and Bar Meals. It also has a good selection of local beers. Other rural pubs are located 5 minutes away. A bus stop is also located outside the site with buses passing every hour. Also if you are visiting the area for a wedding, party or other event the site is within reasonable travelling distance from major hotels with a reliable local taxi service.

Denbigh has a golf club with its own club house, bar and restaurant.

For those wishing to visit the sea, beaches can be located within easy travelling distance 15 minutes away.

We also offer Dog Day Care at an additional cost.

Each visitor will receive a local information pack.

Philip and Rachel welcome you to our CL site.

Facilities on site ...

  • Dog walk from site
  • TV reception: good

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Latest arrival time: 8:00 PM

1 acres

Electric amperage: 16

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Postcode:
LL16 4RD
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GPS:
Lat 53.181473 / Lon -3.390072
OS field ref:
SJ074655
OS map ref:
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Transport links

  • Daily public transport within 1 mile
  • Nearest port: Liverpool (43 miles)

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Great location

We spent a week here in Sept 19 and were very happy. The Cl is a manicured grass field, mainly level, that Philip obviously cares about. No grass cuttings or long grass here. You can stride over to the bins in your slippers. Rachel visited us a couple of times and was charm itself, along with a package of local visits and a plan with notable places in Denbigh. There is a bus stop directly outside the gate, but be warned, they do not take English bus passes! The pitch is fully serviced and grey waste allowed to be drained into the hedge behind us. The Elsan point is well thought out. No lifting. During the day there is road noise from the A525 but quietens down to very little at night. We had an anniversary meal at the Brookhouse Inn and it was quite simply, superb. You would have to be hyper critical to find fault here. There is a Morrisons, a Lidl and an Aldi in Denbigh and great real ales across the field at the Brookhouse Inn. What more do you need. Perfectly placed, perfect site, perfect owners. Bliss. Rachel and Phil will be at the top of our list when we return. Thank you both. Les and Ve'
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Great Touring Base for North Wales

This relatively new CL has everything you need to serve as a touring base for the whole of the North Wales attractions are within easy reach whether it's history, seaside, shopping or walking. The site is immaculately kept and we think Phillip, the owner, has a lawn fetish as the site is mown constantly and the cutting picked up! We arrived to find a beautifully manicured lawn and a warm welcome from the staff who escorted us into the site as we missed the turning! It should be noted that the entrance is a bit tricky but can be negotiated by almost any outfit save the largest. Seek site advice if you have a large unit. There was a very warm welcome and Rachel visited us a few hours after arrival to give us the low down of the area in a relaxed and friendly way. Site facilities are minimal so only self-contained units are suitable but the provision of water/electric at most pitches is a bonus and direct connection is possible with caution.....the water pressure is fantastic! Chemical waste disposal is excellent without the need to lift heavy toilet cassettes as the inlet is at ground level. Rinsing provision is provided and, a first for us, a hand washing station.....very nice touch! TV/DAB reception is excellent but only three of the pitches have a clear southern aspect for satellite users...…….the remaining pitches will require a remote dish set-up due to trees. 4G phone reception good. Denbigh itself is only a mile away and has a good range of discount supermarkets. The Arriva 51 bus route connecting Rhyl and Wrexham stops outside the site and runs throughout the day. My only reservation about the site is the road noise which, at peak times, can be a little intrusive but, if like us, you only want a base for touring the area, this site is perfect. We stayed for two weeks and still hadn't seen everything around so will be back!
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A very new excellent site

This site opened in Early July and the work done cannot be faulted. Site is level with short grass, each pair of power outlets has a tap, lovely views, easy drive to Denbigh. The main road is within earshot but not too bad. Make sure that you approach from the North as the sign is difficult to spot and the turn very tight from the South. We will go there again

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