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Wonderfully positioned in a lovely coastal location in West Wales, Llety Caravan Park caters for holiday homes, touring and camping.

Llety Caravan Park is a family-run park that encompasses 20 acres of grass that slopes gently towards the coast. The park offers most of the caravans an uninterrupted view of the sea and coastline. Guests can often see the resident population of Bottlenosed Dolphins surfacing and diving in the waves.

A short walk through a woodland path leading from the park will take you to the small cove of Tresaith. The beach offers golden sands and shallow, safe bathing waters to guests. There is a slipway on one end of the beach where you launch your boat, which is a popular activity at Tresaith. Above the sands there is a small village shop. You can also visit the Ship Inn which serves excellent lunchtime and evening meals.

TOURING AND CAMPING
Llety Caravan Park has separate areas for touring caravans and campers. There are electrical hook-up points available on some pitches. They have hard standing pitches for motor homes.

The touring caravan area and the camping area both have easy access to clean toilet and shower facilities as well as dish washing and laundry rooms. The site offers chemical toilet disposal points, gas cylinder exchange, battery charging and freezer block services.

Llety Caravan Park allows dogs on the site and provides a separate dog walking area. They ask that you keep your dog on a lead in the main park area.

HOLIDAY HOMES FOR SALE
The resident owners Aled and Janice personally supervise all holiday homes on the park. All holiday homes are privately owned. The site does not allow commercial subletting but if they are informed in advance they allow letting to family and friends. This way your neighbour is someone like yourself, someone who values privacy and enjoys the tranquillity of the surroundings.

There is plenty of natural beauty in the local area. You can enjoy stunning cliff top walks along the remote coastline to enjoy the peace of the Teifi valley. When you explore the area you will discover its secrets. You can walk the coastal paths of the Ceredigion Heritage Coast which is a conservation area. It is renowned for its lovely, rugged cliffs and amazing abundance of wildlife.

Along the myriad of lanes that wind from hill to valley you can see castles, Celtic remains, mills and spots of beauty. During the springtime guests can see an unprecedented vista of cliffs, hedgerows, meadows and woodland that is filled with a sea of wild flowers. There are many rare animals and birds that are running around busy with their early summer activities.

You can enjoy a variety of activities near Tresaith. There are plenty of places for water sports, horse riding, coarse, fly and sea fishing. There are also 2 popular golf courses in the area. One local delicacy is the famed Teifi salmon. Below the park there is a small beach that is great for sea fishing for mackerel and bass. There are local craftsmen that work with wood, clay, wool, glass and precious metals to make an array of traditional handmade items for purchase.

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