Tan-y-Bryn Farm

c/o Morfa Cwybr Farm, Rhyl, Denbighshire, LL18 2YB

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Ideal for ...

  • Beach stays
  • Dogs
  • Families
  • Working farm

Facilities on site ...

  • TV reception: fair
  • Working farm

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0.5 acres

Electric amperage: 16

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Postcode:
LL18 2YB
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Lat 53.303928 / Lon -3.482033
OS field ref:
SJ013796
OS map ref:
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Transport links

  • Daily public transport within 1 mile
  • Nearest train station: Rhyl

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Good site not too far from Rhyl town and the sea front.

Tan-y-Bryn Farm
We took our bikes to cycle around the area. Most of the cycle routes that are taken from the site are traffic free. It is very easy to reach Rhyl town and the sea front and beaches without going on many busy roads. The only busy place was on the H road crossing the railway line near the station, as all traffic has to use this intersection. We cycled along the sea front west towards Towyn, and east towards Prestatyn. There is also a traffic free route to St. Asaph. The site itself has 16 amp supply on the pitch along with a water tap on the pitch. On arrival the grass was long, but not excessive. The farmer had been been very busy with the surrounding fields and worked long hours, as it had been wet the previous weeks, so he wanted to concentrate on that and not the CL. But after a few days the grass was cut. The farmer does not live near the CL, so members have to wait until he calls for the site fees

hannaypa

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Reviewed on 12/06/2021 20:53

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Site that never fails to welcome you

Tan-y-Bryn Farm
This is a basic site on a working farm, you are surrounded by lush scenery. Local places of interest are easy to get to, pub and convenience store within walking distance, chippy (Aunti Mandies) under new owners is great, proper chips and crispy batter on fish. Excellent Indian restaurant in Rhuddlan (Village Masalla) does take away as well. Only problem is getting hold of Hugh (owner) to pay him!

peterthepan

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Reviewed on 10/08/2020 16:57

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Good value

Tan-y-Bryn Farm
Stayed mid August. Regarding the previous review there were no loose dogs. Several units were there for week/2week stays and enjoyed it. During the day there was some farm traffic back and forth but that is what you get on a working farm. Absolute silence at night. For those that cycle if you return to the road and turn left , just a short way on the road you come to a cycle route which is lovely. Along the sea wall into Rhuddlan , which is a nice little town/village, where you can visit the Castle have a cream tea etc. There is no information hut so suggest you research the area before going. I would recommend this site and hope to go back ourselves.

CandV

Reviewed on 10/09/2017 18:59

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Not for us

Tan-y-Bryn Farm
We arrived to find a very good sized field with water and power at each pitch which was very nice. The farm is a busy working livestock farm so we expected some noise but found it too noisy for us. The house opposite to the site, was not part of the farm and was quite a busy and noisy place. They also owned dogs which they allowed to roam freely, including visiting the site. We kept our dogs on leads and tethers and these dogs were almost taunting them, making them bark so we had to either bring them in or go off the site. There are no reasonable walking areas for the dogs so be prepared to go for very long walks or drive to the dog friendly beach area down by the harbour in Rhyl. The mobile access was quite good. Cost was reasonable for the site but it really needed the grass cutting more regularly. There is also a problem with flies due to the livestock and manure. This can be an issue for some.

Neil and Bev

Reviewed on 30/09/2016 21:10

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