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Abbey Farm Caravan Park in Denbighshire

Abbey Farm Caravan Park is open for 51 weeks of the year, and has welcomed visitors from all around the world for the last 60 years, at the town's International Musical Eisteddfod, many return regularly to meet old friends and to make new ones. We are only 1 1/2 hours drive from Birmingham, an hour from Liverpool, and Manchester. The Park at Abbey Farm is located at the foot of the famous Horseshoe Pass, surrounded by high hills and mountains, bordered by rippling streams and the ancient ruins of Valle Crusis Abbey as a centrepoint. The fast running River Dee is five minutes walk , and also the canal where you will see horse drawn boats.

Abbey Farm Caravan Park, has a 12 month licence for holiday homes, and park leisure homes, ideal for a second family home, or retirement base. We have sites available overlooking the stream which runs through our site.

If you would like to make an appointment to visit us, and see the sites available, please telephone and we will be happy to meet you at an arranged time that suits you.

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If you like a quite place to camp, then I would advise you to avoid this site as they rent out the pods to groups of teenagers to have their party over the weekends, as we unfortunately found out, the owner gets very angry should you happen to complain about the noise at 2:00am in the morning.
Mr T (23rd Sep 2012)