Henfryn Farm

Groes, Denbigh, Denbighshire, LL16 5RU

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Ideal for ...

  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays
  • Scenic views
  • Working farm

Why stay here ...

Woodland walks.

Facilities on site ...

  • Battery charging
  • Dog walk from site
  • Information room
  • TV reception: good
  • WC (exclusive use)
  • Working farm

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0.75 acres

Electric amperage: 16

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Postcode:
LL16 5RU
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Lat 53.16868 / Lon -3.484953
OS field ref:
SJ011644
OS map ref:
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Transport links

  • Bus stop within 1 mile
  • Buses go to: Denbigh
  • Daily public transport within 1 mile
  • Nearest port: Holyhead (48 miles)

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Lovely.

What an absolute JEM. Stayed for seven nights, wish it could have been more. Great views lovely and quiet, just what we wanted. We will definitely stay again. Mr and Mrs Ellis are a lovely couple and Mr Ellis as a semi retired farmer works to hard. Richard and Kathleen Hollick
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barrie and val rostron

We discovered this site several years ago and have been regular visitors ever since. The grass is always well kept and the views are lovely. Ifor and Edna are really pleasant and always help if we have a problem.The is so much to visit in the area - Llandudno, Bangor, Conway, Carnarfon on the coast and inland Bala, Barmouth and many others.We like to visit other sites but this is undoubtedly our favourite.We cannot recommend it enough .

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A Walkers Paradise

Visited for 10 nights during the Spring Bank Holiday week. Friendly welcome from Mr & Mrs Ellis on our first visit to this immaculate site. Explained that we love walking and Mrs Ellis loaned a couple of walking books for the week. Without these we possibly would not have discovered the Clwydian Hills in the local Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Completed 5 walks in book one and 3 in book 2. What a fantastic week. We will be back.

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Superb countryside location

All caravaners are different, and what we look for from a site will be very different too. In my case I like small, quiet and simple sites in beautiful areas with good dog walking facilities, If that sounds good to you, then Henfryn is a hidden gem waiting for your visit.

The site is at Groes, just few miles from Denbigh, and with easy access to the north Wales coast, the Clocaenog forests and local towns like Ruthin and Mold. This CL site itself is a gently sloping grass field with ample space for 5 vans and the views from the site across the Clwyd hills are superb.

Facilities on site are basic with just a single toilet and information hut, but all pitches have electric hook-ups and easy access to water points. No shower block, shop or children's play area - and that is just fine by me!  Site charges ( June 2015 ) were just £12 per night inc electric.

The site is immediately next to a country lane, but this has very little traffic (none at night) so it is extremely quiet and peaceful with just the sounds of the countryside to keep you company. On the other side of the lane is a small forest with a wonderful walk alongside a gentle stream - but be warned, to get down to the stream involves a steep decent so both you and your dogs do need to be reasonably fit. It's well worth the effort though.

All the services you need are nearby in Denbigh, which has both Morrisons and Lidl supermarkets along with a host of smaller shops, restaurants etc. TV reception was fine on the standard caravan aerial and mobile phone reception was excellent on vodaphone and adequate on 3 and EE

One tip for dog owners - when returning to the site through Denbigh, look for a lay-by on the main road just after leaving the town and pull in. In the corner is a footpath walk leading to a small forest, or up to a superb viewpoint if you prefer, either one being ideal to give your dog a last run before returning to the site.

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Very nice well maintained cl

Stayed for three nights in June it is a lovely site in very nice surroundings the owners maintain it to a good standard. I am sure if they uploaded some pictures showing the setting business would increase. 
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