The Caravan Site, The Warren, Mold Road, Bodfari, Denbigh, Denbighshire, LL16 4DTView on map
Why stay here ...
The Warren CL is located in the Clwydian Range Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in North-East Wales – 10 minutes from Junction 31 on the A55 Expressway and half an hour from Chester. To the west, Colwyn Bay is 30 minutes, Snowdonia is 45 minutes and Anglesey an hour.
The caravan site has outstanding views across the surrounding hills and woodland. Next to the site you will be able to enjoy an arboretum, heritage orchard, wildlife areas, many walks and a newly established pond.
The site is on the edge of 40 acres of woodland with a network of paths and which are a haven for wildlife.
There is easy access to the Offa’s Dyke path and many public footpaths.
The Woodland Skills Centre is situated next to the CL and offers a wide range of courses in traditional crafts throughout the year. They also run the ever popular Holiday Club in the woods aimed at children aged between 7 and 14 years offering an exciting new experience for young caravanners as they explore the woods and learn bushcraft skills led by fully qualified staff.
Please see www.woodlandskillscentre.co.uk for more information about all the courses and the Holiday Club.
For CC members booked on any of the courses or with children on Holiday Club there is a reduced pitch fee of £5 per night.
This award winning site is proud to display the Sustainable Tourism Award and the Green Business Tourism Award.
The CL has easy access from the A55 which is 10 minutes away. Close by are many local attractions such as the historic market towns of Denbigh and Ruthin, castles, hillforts, and craft centres. There is wide choice of excellent local pubs and restaurants. Lists of recommended places to eat and a range of tourist leaflets are available in the information shed. We also sell our barbecue charcoal, craft items and some local produce.
Site facilities include:
- all pitches with electric hook-up
- 2 hardstandings available
- WC and shower
- Recycling station
- WiFi by arrangement
- Good TV reception
- Well-behaved dogs are welcome
- Information shed with local guide books and maps and a small library
Some sloping pitches
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