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Penrhyn Bay Caravan Park in Isle of Anglesey

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Owned and run by the Williams Family, Penrhyn Bay Caravan Park is situated on the North West Coast of Anglesey, on headlands overlooking Holyhead Bay and the Skerries Lighthouse right beside a large sandy beach.

The park comprises a touring area of 32 acres with pitches for touring caravans and tents (with and without electric hook ups).

One of the major features of the park is its sheer size, allowing space for everyone, room to fly kites or play football, cricket or just untangle fishing lines after a day's fishing at sea or on one of the local freshwater lakes.

For water sports enthusiasts, windsurfing, sailing and water-skiing are all popular activities. The park has its own sheltered slipway allowing the safe launching of all types of small craft. Please note, we have a policy of not accepting jet skis.

The site facilities are extensive and include a heated indoor swimming pool, all weather tennis court, children's play area, games room, shop, camping and calor gas for sale, laundry and washing facilities, modern centrally heated showers and toilets with disabled facilities.


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had a lovely stay even though the weather was petty awful at times. lovely views, clean site that was well maintained, plenty of room around each pitch which was good, some lovely views and best of all dog friendly. i would go back again.

paula (8th Aug 2012)