Dafarn Rhos is set in an absolutely stunning location overlooking the large sandy beach at Lligwy on the North East coast of the Isle of Anglesey. Set n a designated area of outstanding natural beauty it has spectacular panoramic views of the sea, beach, dramatic coastline and countryside.
• At the most 2 minutes walk to the sand and coastal path from the site.
• A wonderful peaceful and tranquil setting.
• It’s beautiful unspoilt character and natural landscape remains to this day with mature native hedgerows filled with wild flowers and wildlife.
Dafarn Rhos is a all grass site and one field is kept for Adults Only in low and medium season. All the pitches are set round the edges of the fields which are on a gradual gradient down towards the beach with flat and slightly sloping pitches.
The seaside village of Moelfre is 1 mile away – pub, general store, gift shops, coffee shop, cafes and a restaurant. Also there is a lifeboat station and seawatch centre.
Benllech is 3 miles away – 3 mini supermarkets, pubs, restaurants, takeaways, garage, banks, chemist, butchers, hairdressers, newsagents, and other shops, as well as a doctors and dentist surgery.
The small island in the bay is called “Ynys Dulas” and is home to a seal colony and numerous birds. Sometimes seals and their pups can be seen close to shore while walking the coastal path. Also, when they are in the area dolphins can be seen playing in the bay from the campsite.
Within a few minutes walk of the campsite there is the coastal footpath going in opposite directions from the beach. One follows the cliff edge to the village of Moelfre, the other along cliffs, coves and beaches to Dulas Estuary, where it turns inland, up over a hill ending at the Pilot Boat Inn; with a childrens play area and play bus.
Also, within a ten minute walk are Ancient Monument sites, the ancient village known as Din Lligwy, and a Neolithic and early Bronze Age burial chamber, as well as a derelict 16th Century church. There are also many other public footpath walks in the area and a designated cycle path that goes past the campsite.