Penrhos Caravan Club Site
Brynteg, Benllech, Anglesey, LL78 7JH, WalesView on map
Why stay here ...
Penrhos Club site in Anglesey is in the second phase of its half a million pound re-development. New serviced pitches were introduced to the site in the winter of 2018, and the Club is building on these developments to add more new facilities for the 2020 touring season.
The site is now closed and we will bring you more news as this exciting project moves forward. We plan to re-open the site on the 15th August 2020 and look forward to welcoming you back to this popular part of the country.
What we are planning:
- New accessible facility block including an accessible bathroom, as well as dish-washing area, laundry room and family washroom.
- The site reception is being redesigned and a new information room is being built that will help provide guests with plenty of information all about Anglesey and the surrounding area.
- An all-important new motor van waste point will be put in a convenient location, and finally, there will also be a small number of additional pitches added to the site, so that even more guests can enjoy the area.
Work is due to be completed by August 2020.
Penrhos Club Site provides the perfect getaway for the whole family with a range of activities and attractions to keep all ages entertained. Not only can you see the fabulous Snowdonia from the caravan site, the safe and sandy beaches provide space and tranquillity. What's more they're only five minutes drive away.
Of course, a visit to Penrhos Club Site would not be complete without a trek to Snowdon's rack and pinion mountain railway. This is a must for railway enthusiasts both young and old if only for the breathtaking views encountered during the journey. The site is located in Benllech, where the landscape is truly a sight to behold as Holyhead Mountain forms part of a natural paradise with wild flowers and sea birds. This scenery is beautifully rounded off with a memorable vista over the Irish Sea. Close to the caravan park is nearby Beaumaris and its castle explains Anglesey's historic importance from the days of Edward I.
Site facilities include a dog walk, a small shop that’s open all day with a lending library, and a children’s play area for ball games.
From A55 (Chester - Anglesey): on approaching Bangor continue onto A55 (signposted Holyhead); 0.5 mile after crossing the Britannia Bridge leave the dual carriageway via second slip road and turn right onto the A5025 (signposted Benllech, Amlwch). Within 0.7 miles at roundabout continue straight onto A5025 for 8.8 miles. Turn left onto B5110 signposted Marian-glas and after 2 miles the site is on the right.
- LL78 7JH
- Lat 53.31241 / Lon -4.27062
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Site contact details
- 01248 852617