Chapel House

Ffordd-y-Blaenau, Treuddyn, Mold, Flintshire, CH7 4NS

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Ideal for ...

  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays
  • Scenic views
  • Waterside stays

Why stay here ...

Area of outstanding beauty. Excellent walking and mountain bike paths. Source of River RSPB, Offas Dyke Path and Clwyd Hills. Fishing, shooting, horse riding.

1.5 acre site. There is a separate dog-walk. Level. Well mown CL site with some hard standings, mains water tap, chemical toilet disposal point. Disabled buggy and wheelchair available - please ask owners.

Owner's are active caravanners and Club members.

Within 10 miles of market towns of Ruthin, Mold, llangollen (Festival and Steam Railway), Wrexham (for extensive shopping facilities), Cinema, Erddig National Trust.

Facilities on site ...

  • Battery charging
  • Dog walk from site
  • Drive over waste disposal for motorhomes
  • TV reception: good
  • Unfenced water
  • Wi-Fi

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Pitches

Types of pitch: hardstanding, enhanced Elec, Drinking Water, Grey Water Disposal and Broadband on each pitch

Electric hook up available

Useful Info

Latest arrival time: 7:00 PM

1.5 acres

Some sloping pitches

Levelling blocks required

Electric amperage: 16

Lawned site

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Postcode:
CH7 4NS
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Lat 53.089548 / Lon -3.131951
OS field ref:
SJ244553
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Transport links

  • Daily public transport within 1 mile
  • Nearest port: Liverpool (30 miles)
  • Nearest train station: Benyford

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A lovely Surprise

This was a beautiful site. Amazing reception from Tony and Lillian, super people. Tony couldn't do enough for us, thank you for your help with internet access. Will definitely return. Oh by the way Henry the Rottie was wonderful!
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No chippy wagon on a Friday

Hopefully the heading should give Tony& Lilian a laugh. Me and my wife met these two rouges (absolutely fantastic people) in 2017 in Northumberland and promised to visit the following year 2018 well we got back two weeks ago and we are so glad that. We booked for next year before we left. The site is very well maintained and nothing is to much trouble and Tony is the font of all knowlage for that area so don't be scared to ask. While there we met Henry the rottie he's very friendly and loved to play with visiting dogs in the dog walking field. We went out most days Chester zoo being a 30 min drive colywin bay around 40 mins and a trip to Liverpool is a must ask Tony for the ins and outs, on two of these trips we left our really old pouch behind on Tony's say so with the knowing that he would keep an eye on her as the weather was fantastic,fresh water was suplyed in copious amounts she was well cared for Thanks again for that Tony. Lastly if you want somewhere quiet but with loads to do within an hours drive this is the place, Tony and Lilian treated us like friends not paying coustomers Wonderful people Wonderful site Chip wagon a must for next year.
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Excellent site and very friendly

In the recent heat wave this site was excellently placed - nice breeze and much cooler than the sites nearer the coast. The owners were exceptionally helpful and friendly. This is well worth a visit in beautiful countryside and a haven for geocaching with a number of geocaches in close proximity. The site is quiet and peaceful. We would certainly like to return to explore the surrounding area. Very dog friendly and carefully maintained. Plenty of room on the hard-standings, all with piped drinking water close at hand.

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Fantastic

We have just returned from a fantastic stay at Chapel house C.L. We initially booked for three nights and had intended to move on, but we liked it so much we asked to stay for another three. The owner of the site, Tony and his wife Lillian, greeted us like old friends, their welcome will be hard to equal. We were provided with a welcome pack containing information for local walks and attractions etc. but Tony is such a fountain of knowledge that we were guided by his suggestions. All pitches are wide, hardstanding and fully serviced and Tony has widened the entrance to the pitches to make it easier to position your unit. Our two labradors adored the field behind the site, to run and chase a ball in, this was a bonus that we weren’t expecting. We walked the circular route from the site that starts on the lane outside the gates, (we saw only one vehicle during the whole walk) and there are plenty more way marked walks for us to try next time. The site is peaceful, no traffic noise, just the bleating of sheep and mooing of cows, with the occaisional, unusual aircraft passing overhead. The beaches of North Wales are only 40 mins away on the A55, Colwyn Bay was our choice (well Tony’s suggestion) and didn’t disappoint. The National trust property Erdigg Hall is a 25 mins drive, as is Loggerheads Country Park, all places we would like to visit when we return to the site, hopefully very soon. Oh and remember to follow Tony’s instructions to the site not your Sat Nav.
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11/10/17/ 5 night stay

Booked this CL site a few days before we were to go away ,glad we did ,the site is all hard standing and plenty of space between pitchs ,with own electric,water tap,waste water drain and night light, our host Tony was very pleasant and give us a information pack to look through,we stayed for 5 nights and found it very peaceful ,nice site will go back again thank you
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