Pen-Y-Bont Farm Touring & Camping Park is located on the South West coast of the Isle of Anglesey with lovely views of Snowdonia.
The family run park is set on a 200 acre beef and sheep farm on a site of Scientific Interest and is the perfect rural retreat.
Siituated near the Malltraeth estuary and within walking distance of Newborough Forest – 1100 acres of pine woodland. A selection of the farm is salt water marsh land which is the habitat for a variety of birds, particularly wader and waterfowl.
Charles Tunicliff, the internationally renowned naturalistic painter of British birds spent a large part of his life at Malltraeth doing his beautiful paintings.
On the site itself, there is a full sized tennis court and a spacious 10 acre tent paddock, separated from the caravan park. There is also the very popular pets corner which is home to many guinea pigs, rabbits and budgerigars.
On the farm there are hundreds of other animals which include horses, donkeys, lambs, chickens and calves. Dogs are welcome and are allowed to roam freely in the large designated dog walking field.
There are also showers, toilets, a large children’s play area, two large sand pits and a laundrette.
Ladies toilets and showers
Gents toilets and showers
Newly modernised Laundrette with hot water for dish washing
Fridge freezer available
Electrical hook ups available, (10 amp)
New for 2014 – Free improved Wi-fi over whole site!
Limited hard standing for caravanette
Full size tennis court (With rentable equipment)
Childrens play area….plus Timber trail
Within five minutes drive are some of the most beautiful beaches on the island including Aberffraw, Newborough and Llanddwyn. Newborough and Llanddwyn are two of the six registered Blue Flag beaches which can be found on Anglesey.
There are many other attractions such as Anglesey Sea Zoo, Pili Palas, Ty Croes race track, Plas Newydd (National Trust), golf courses, horse riding, go karting, Beaumaris and Caernarfon castles all nearby.
The village of Malltraeth itself is within walking distance and has two hospitable pubs, with one serving great food. Also in Malltraeth is a fish and chip bar which sells newspapers and basic food items.
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