Cae Mawr Caravan Club Site

Llangefni Road, Marianglas, Anglesey, LL73 8NY, Wales

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Ideal for ...

  • Beach stays
  • Cycling
  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays
  • Walking

Why stay here ...

If you're looking around for an island holiday, then look no further than Cae Mawr Club Site - an unspoilt, secluded spot, with miles and miles of varied and beautiful coastal scenery. The caravan park is located in Marianglas, with only a short drive to the  stunning beaches of Anglesey. It's the perfect setting for outdoor activities whether it's sailing, swimming, riding or just a simple stroll along the island's shoreline. The site is also a haven for dogs, with many dog-friendly beaches nearby. If you need to stock up on supplies, several shops are conveniently located, just a short drive away from the caravan park.

Its unspoilt landscape and family friendly activities makes Cae Mawr Club Site a perfect addition to the island's tranquil setting. With its own atmosphere and unique climate, Anglesey will never cease to amaze and inspire you. Near to the caravan site is Traeth Bychan, a small and highly regarded beach that has proved ideal for a picnic or a spot of exploration. Be sure to take advantage of the beach's boat launching facilities. This part of the world also provides a good stopover for travellers going to and from Ireland.

Please note: This site does not have a toilet block.

Facilities on site ...

  • BBQs allowed: charcoal, gas, electric
  • Dog walk from site
  • Dog walk on site
  • Drive over waste disposal for motorhomes
  • Electric hook-up
  • Gas
  • Motorhome service point
  • TV reception: fair
  • Wi-Fi
  • Wi-Fi charge
  • Wi-Fi rating: Gold

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Walking notes:

There are plenty of places to walk on the island with beautiful and varied coastal scenery.

Check out our ViewRanger walk.

Supermarket notes:
The nearest supermarkets are in Llangefni about 7 miles from the site. Small supermarkets and shops can be found in Benllech (3 miles).

Great savings on days out

Offers available to Club members

Offer image for: Inigo Jones Slateworks - Two for the price of one
Offer image for: Ness Botanic Gardens - Two for the price of one
Offer image for: Llangollen Railway - 10% discount
Offer image for: Williamson Tunnels Heritage Centre - Two for the price of one
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Directions

From A55 dual carriageway (Chester - Anglesey, signposted Holyhead); after crossing the Britannia Bridge leave the dual carriageway via second slip road and turn right onto A5025 (signposted Benllech, Amlwch). Within 8 miles in Benllech do not turn left at Tesco Express (signposted B5110) but continue on A5025. In 1.25 miles turn left on B5110 (sp Marian-Glas, Llangefni). Proceed through Marian-Glas; the site is on the right 100 metres after the National Speed Limit signs behind the Parciau Arms public house. Keeping the stone wall on your left, continue to site.

Sites key: Club Site

Postcode:
LL73 8NY
GPS:
Lat 53.33241 / Lon -4.25368
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OS field ref:
SH503843
OS map ref:
114
Handbook map ref:
E8

Transport links

  • Bus stop within 1 mile
  • Buses go to: Llangefni and Beaumaris
  • Daily public Transport within 1 mile
  • Nearest port: Holyhead (15 miles)

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Our Favourite Site, Red Squirrels and Lovely Wardens

Cae Mawr Caravan Club Site
We've been members for over 30 years and visited many, many sites all over the UK but Cae Mawr is the one we keep wanting to return to, most recently 2 weeks at the end of September. No toilet block, who cares, we've all got our own facilites and the price for staying on this site is reflected in the fact. If you are vigilant you will see the Red Squirrels. Must mention the grass; the warden is out every day mowing somewhere. Every time someone leaves a pitch he is there to mow and make sure all is ready for the next occupants. The grass always looks immaculate and he has to get 10 out of 10 for his attention to this but we did see a few thoughtless drivers who apparently didn't appreciate the work that goes into keeping the grass nice; people who even though on holiday, didn't have a minute to wait for someone to move their outfit out of the way so they could get past on the road and resorted to driving across the grass!!! The warden always has time to speak to people and/or wave as he goes past, he is always waving to someone and you'd think at the end of the season when we were recently there, he would have shown some sign of tiring of this but no, a cheerful smile/comment and a wave were always forthcoming. Nothing is too much trouble and he even offered to replace our gas cylinder off site as the replacement was not available on site at that time. Cae Mawr is a very welll laid out site, also very peaceful. There is a little road noise at times but of course it does depend where on the site your pitch is. Our pitch this time was next to the motorhome waste disposal/water point mentioned in another review. We had no problem whatsoever with this, in fact it was very useful to be next to it as our water hose was long enough to fill our tank without moving our motorhome off the pitch so we liked it, also didn't see anyone else having a problem but it's horses for courses! Due to Covid, everyone is asked to take their rubbish to the main bins near the exit to prevent cross contamiination with the handling of bin lids. Also the newspaper ordering service is not available at the moment, probably to minimise the number of times guests need to enter the reception building and put themselves and the wardens at risk; they are doing everything possible to keep us and them safe during these troubled times; well done.

campa

Motorhomer from East Sussex

Reviewed on 01/10/2021 11:40

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Peaceful and relaxing

Cae Mawr Caravan Club Site
A site I really like for its nice peaceful setting. There is a nice pub at the end of the service road on the main road. The hidden gem here is Traeth Bychan beach, about a mile or so away. The beach has lovely views and is clean and unspoilt. There is also a cafe (only opens weekends out of main season). The beach is on the coastal path and has a pay and display car park with a toilet block. You can also launch a boat here if you have one using the concrete slipway. We walk to the beach from the site, although you need a reasonable fitness level, especially for the way back which is mostly uphill! There is no toilet block at the site, so you will need your own. Disposal of chemical waste is provided, plus the usual standpipes for drinking water etc. Another nice feature is that there is a small red squirrel population. Didn't see any on our last trip, but we did on our previous visit. Most of the pitches are quite flat, with an odd one that will require the use of levelling blocks. About 40 - 50% of piches are grass, the rest hardstanding. Nothing much for children here, a better site for just adults. Staff are very helpful and friendly.

borrind

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Reviewed on 24/09/2021 12:24

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Peaceful site on a lovely island

Cae Mawr Caravan Club Site
Sssh! This is a lovely peaceful 'no facilities' site, long may it remain so. Red squirrels can be seen on the site and we have encountered muntjac deer in the old quarry in Marian-glas. Stars abound on a clear night. Very easy circular dog walk from the site, a little further walk can be taken to St Eugrads church. Good local shops in Benllech including a Co-op, Tesco express and a Spar. Larger Asda at Llangefni. Sadly good eating pubs are harder to find. The White Eagle at Rhoscolyn is far and away the best, and we've been told the Gaerwen arms is in the up. Kinmel arms in Moelfre is ok for food but has a lovely outlook over the harbour, A walk from The pub along past the lifeboat shop and station to the monument to the ship the Royal Charter is a must. The Boathousr at Red Wharfe bay is very good too. Wardens at the site are first class, friendly and helpful. Cant recommend the site highly enough, but don't tell everyone!

StuBob

Caravanner from West Yorkshire

Reviewed on 23/09/2021 19:08

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Lovely little CMC site!

Cae Mawr Caravan Club Site
We are currently staying on Cae Mawr Club site and felt that we should really try and redress the balance after the previous review. We arrived and were greeted by a very nice warden who told us to inspect the pitches and decide which one we liked and, after setting up, let her know where we had decided upon. The pitches we looked at were all fairly level and a mixture of hardstanding and grass. We chose a hardstanding which required a little levelling but nothing much and, looking at other caravans/motorhomes on site, not many have much if anything in the way of levelling blocks which would indicate to me that the pitches are on the whole fairly level. The only area that may have required more levelling would possibly be in the centre of the site on the grass sections which would possibly suit smaller units due to the undulation. But having said that we saw a twin axle caravan with the tow hitch touching the floor in order to get the caravan level. However I assume that they were given the same options as we were on arrival and had a choice of whether or not to site the caravan on that particular pitch. There are a few seasonal caravans dotted around but I would have to say that not all of them are on ‘prime’ pitches and there are more than enough nice pitches for visitors. I don’t think this site is particularly good for families as there is nowhere for children to play and there is a little road noise at busy times. There is a small path under trees that leads to a larger field which is a pleasant walk with or without a dog and beaches within walking distance. Moelfre and Benllech are easily accessible via the coastal patches if you feel like a nice walk. The motorhome service area is quite close to us and whilst we have been here we haven’t been aware of any problems to date. Once a unit leaves the pitch the wardens are there mowing the grass and checking that the pitch is ready for the next visitors and they are always pleasant and helpful whilst staying unobtrusive. The visiting fish and chip van calls at the static site next door on Tuesdays and although they are very nice, they are a bit pricey at £20 for 2 fish and chips with peas. We have been to Anglesey many times and usually prefer CLs but I must say we have been pleasantly surprised by the site and would have no qualms about returning in the future. Finally regarding the previous reviewers comments about pitch 1 being unavailable it occurred to us that perhaps it was because it’s the nearest to the wardens office so could be reserved for one of the wardens? However it was in use all the time we were here.

juliec

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Reviewed on 17/09/2021 15:46

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Nice site but few issues!

Cae Mawr Caravan Club Site
Just returned from 6 night stay at this site. Good location and overall quite a pleasant site. However, no previous reviews seem to have mentioned a few issues. First, a lot of the pitches are quite badly sloping. Second, the Motorhome service point is in an awful position. Pitch number 39 is frankly a dangerous place to be if you have anything other than a very short caravan or Motorhome. Directly opposite is the motorhome service point which is on an uphill slope and is difficult for units to either reverse in or go in forwards. A number of Motorhomers seem to miss the drain with their waste which means it runs directly onto pitch 39. Not good and some motorhomers are to blame. However the main issue is the access so that requires attention. When reversing off the area, any unit on pitch 39 is in dire danger of being hit. Also when motorhomes decide to reverse onto this area pitch 40 ( which we were on) is also quite a dangerous place to be, with units encroaching onto this pitch in order to get into position. Thirdly, we noted a number of seasonal caravans, most of which seemed to be empty during our stay. Inevitably they have the best pitches thus restricting choice for others. I don’t think this is very good even though I’m sure the seasonal pitches are being paid for even when empty. Normal tourers should not have restricted choice. Finally, we noted a few pitches, when empty, suddenly had cones at the front of them, thus not allowing these pitches to be used by others. Pitch 1 was a notable example during our stay. Why that is I don’t know but this is not acceptable in my book.

KeithPoynton

Caravanner

Reviewed on 06/09/2021 20:58

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Telephone:
01248 853737

Site information

Remember, you only pay 12.5% VAT until 31 March 2022 on Club campsite prices! All you need to do is book your holiday as normal, and the discount will be applied to the appropriate rate when you pay on site.

With our campsites busier than ever right now, we'd really appreciate your support with a few things to help everyone have a safe and enjoyable stay. Please be mindful of site arrival times (as they do vary), keep children and pets close by and within sight, and ensure you keep your speed below 5mph. Thank you!

Service point and waste disposal facilities are available and open for use. In order to continue to protect our staff, we do still require social distancing, and the wearing of face coverings in our reception areas for the time being.