Conwy Holiday Park
Conwy Holiday Park (formerly Conwy Touring Park) is set in nearly 100 acres of majestic North Wales scenery and is a great place for your next holiday. The property enjoys glorious views of the Conwy Estuary, the Lower Conwy Valley and the Snowdonia Range.
Conwy Holiday Park is spacious and well-organised. The caravan park and the campsite are both perfect for enjoying a camping and caravanning holiday. Conwy Holiday Park has great prices, seasonal discounts and special offers that create the complete package for customers.
The site's extensive facilities create comfortable accommodation for guests touring caravans, camper vans and tent camping within the site's extensive grounds.
• Choice of Grass, Hard standing and Premium Hard standing pitches with electrical supplies
• 5amp, 10amp and 16 amp Electrical Supply available
• Comprehensive Shower block facilities open 24hrs with washroom cubicles, toilets, shaving and hair drying points, drying rooms and covered dishwashing areas
• Disabled Facilities
• Laundrette with 3 commercial washing machines, 2 large tumble dryers and ironing boards and irons
• Fresh Water points located throughout the park
• Wifi (only available on certain parts of the park with full coverage anticipated for 2018)
• Free Hot Water in Showers and Basins
• Dog Walks
• Communal Freezers
• Children’s Play Areas
• Flo Gas and Camping Gas available
• Recycling and Waste Disposal Facilities
• Chemical and Waste water disposal points
• Licensed Bar and Indoor play facilities
• Park Security
• Tourist Information
• Caravan Storage Facilities
• Seasonal Pitches
Overlooking the River Conwy, the park's touring caravan and tent pitches are elevated and nestle into a private and peaceful hillside. They have separate campsite areas that are separated from others by natural scenery and woodlands.
Conwy, which was previously spelt Conway, lies only 47 miles west of Chester along the A55 Expressway. The town's rich history is reflected by its magnificent castle, town walls and quay.
Within easy reach of the site are many stately homes and castles such as Conwy and Caernarfon. There are also many great attractions within easy reach such as Craft Centre's, Flour Mills, Slate Mines and the world famous Welsh Narrow Gauge Railways.
The quay operates regular sea angling trips and the Conwy River is known for its trout and salmon fishing.
The local area offers such activities as sailing, water sports, fishing, horse riding, hill walking and more.
1) From the A55 exit at Junction 18 and follow signposts for Conwy.
2) From Conwy, turn left at Conwy Castle onto B5106 Trefriw Road.
3) Travel 1.5 miles.
4) You will see our sign on the left.
Conwy Holiday Park