Searivers Caravan Park
Searivers Caravan Park lies on the Mid Wales coast between Aberdovey and the village of Borth. Sitting in the Ynyslas National Nature Reserve, you have direct access to some of the finest scenery, family beaches, dunes and visitor attractions in the whole of Mid Wales. Searivers offers holiday home owners, and visitors, a combination of seclusion and onsite facilities that are hard to find anywhere else in the area. There is a shop and cafe on site, childrens play areas and WiFi available.
There are fully equipped, self-contained holiday caravans for hire with colour television, gas and electricity all included in the tariff. Duvets, pillows and bed linen are provided. We do offer a towel hire service for a small charge, so you need only bring personal linen.
There are fully equipped, self-contained holiday caravans for hire with colour television, gas and electricity all included in the tariff. Duvets, pillows and bed linen are provided. You need only bring personal linen and towels.
There are also Caravan Holiday Homes and Lodges for sale.
Searivers offers holiday home owners, and visitors, a combination of seclusion and onsite facilities that are hard to find anywhere else in the area.
Off-site you will some of the most glorious countryside in Britain, and the highest concentration of award-winning beaches in the UK.
• Holiday caravans for sale
• Caravans for hire
• Launderette with washers, dryer and ironing facilities
• Dogs welcome (but on a lead at all times)
• Wireless Internet (Wi-Fi) access throughout the park
• Calor gas sales
• Scenic walks
• Disabled access
• Family park
What makes Searivers so special is the location, surrounded by a nature reserve, spectacular dunes and the River Dovey estuary. It’s a natural adventure playground which remains popular with families with younger children.
• Ynyslas Nature Reserve and Sand Dunes: It is a perfect location for walking, picnics and windsurfing. Home to many rare plants and animals, in the summer the dunes naturally transform into a colourful carpet of wild flowers including many types of orchid.
• Borth & Ynyslas Golf Club: Set in a spectacular location on the sweep of Cardigan Bay. This traditional links course provides a great test of golf all year round.
• Borth Animalarium: A small Zoo offering unwanted animals and exotic pets a new home. There are lots of attractions and daily activities for visitors to enjoy. Reptile shows when you may touch and stroke lizards and snakes. Feeding times for the Crocodiles, Cats, Owls and Meerkats with Bunny and Pony grooming sessions kids will love.
• Vale of Rheidol Steam Railway: Listen to the sound of a powerful narrow gauge steam locomotive working hard to climb 700ft (200m) in the 11¾ miles from Aberystwyth to Devil’s Bridge. See the countryside change as you travel through wide open fields and meadows, woodland and rugged mountain scenery, the line twisting and turning as it clings to the hillside. Alight at one of the recently restored stations and explore the many walks the valley has to offer and the spectacular Devil’s Bridge waterfalls.
• Aberystwyth is the principal holiday resort and administrative centre of the west coast of Wales. It is also home to the University of Wales Aberystwyth and the National Library. The town is nestled between three hills and two beaches, and boasts castle ruins, a pier and a harbour. It is now the centre of local rural life and is visited by many to sample the numerous cafes, bars and restaurants.
• Corris Craft Centre & King Arthur’s Labyrinth: Set in an old Welsh slate mine deep beneath the mountains of Southern Snowdonia, in the village of Corris, King Arthur’s Labyrinth is one of the most mysterious visitor attractions in Mid Wales. On this fun day out you’ll sail, with a mysterious hooded boatman, through a magical underground waterfall – your gateway to the dark ages and a time of myth, magic, dragons, giants and King Arthur himself.
• Constitution Hill & Cliff RailwayAberystwyth: The longest funicular electric cliff railway in Britain, which has been transporting visitors to the summit since opening in 1896. Once at the summit visitors can experience the views afforded by the one of the world’s largest camera obscuras, which offers a bird’s eye view of 1,000 square miles of land and seascape
• Coastal voyages from Aberaeron or Newquay to view dolphins and seals
• Red Kite feeding stations at Nant-yr-Arian and Tregaron
• Leisure centres at Aberystwyth and Machynlleth
• Ten Pin bowling at Clarach and Aberystwyth
• Horse riding at Taliesin and Capel Bangor
• Quad Biking at Machynlleth
• Llywernog Silver-Lead Mine
• Sea fishing from the beach or coarse fishing at Dinas Reservoir
• Mountain-Biking at Nant-yr-Arian or Machynlleth
• Windsurfing, Surfing, Kite-surfing and other coastal sports on the beach at Borth
Visit the Searivers Caravan Park website for further information
Searivers Caravan Park,
(Head office) Ynyslas Beach