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Glan-y-Mor Leisure Park

Located on the Mid Wales Coast, Glan-y-Mor Leisure Park is a caravan park that has high quality leisure facilities and plenty of entertainment year round. The action never stops or slows at the park. There is always something to do rain or shine.

In order to match the beautiful Sheltered Clarach Bay outside, Glan-y-Mor Leisure Park has created an equally great indoors. The park features a club, a shop and onsite services. You never need to leave Glan-y-Môr.

Glan-y-Mor Leisure Park has some of the finest facilities and accommodation in Mid Wales. The site features a modern health and fitness centre that includes a large heated free form indoor pool, gym, sauna and spa bath. The site’s bowling centre and galley bar serves meals, soft drinks, tea, coffee as well as a full range of alcoholic beverages.

Children can enjoy arcade machines, a soft ball play area for those under 5 and a children’s entertainer. The site’s fully licensed family club is open at lunchtimes for family activities during high season and during the evening for meals, cabaret and live entertainment.

CARAVAN HOLIDAY HOMES FOR HIRE
Caravan Holiday Homes for hire can sleep up to 8 people. All are equipped with TV and DVD players, fully-fitted kitchens, heating, showers and all mains services.

CAMPING AND TOURING PITCHES
Glan-y-Mor Leisure Park’s camping field is elevated and has spectacular views of the bay. Both campers and tourers can use electric power hook-ups as well as toilet, shower, laundry blocks and all of the leisure facilities for a small charge.

OUT AND ABOUT
Nearby you can enjoy gentle seaside strolls, rugged mountain hikes, pony trekking and cycling all while enjoying the beautiful scenery. There are ample opportunities for angling, sailing and golf in the area as well.

Visitors to Glan-y-Mor Leisure Park can enjoy an hour long journey on the Vale of Rheidol Railway. The 12 mile journey from Aberystwyth to Devil’s Bridge affords spectacular views of the wooded Rheidol Valley. Once at Devil’s Bridge there are walks to Mynach Falls, Devil’s Punchbowl and Jacob’s Ladder. You can also see 300 foot waterfalls and 3 bridges that span a breathtaking woodland gorge at Devil’s Bridge. Rumour is that the first bridge was built by the Devil when in reality it was built in the 11th century by the monks.

Click on the Glan-y-Mor Leisure Park website for further information

Glan-y-Mor Leisure Park

Glan-y-Mor Leisure Park
Clarach Bay
Aberystwyth
Ceredigion
SY23 3DT


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