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Arfor Camping in Isle of Anglesey


Arfor Camping is a quiet family run back to basic wild campsite situated in the historical coastal village of Moelfre on the east side on the Isle of Anglesey. If you're looking for a no fuss camping field with spectacular views and want to enjoy the scenery, local wildlife and the great outdoors, this is the place to be. We are happy to open our field for 28 days to tourists looking to remove themselves from city life and to come and stay with us and enjoy the great outdoors without the commercial extras most campsites offer.

We provide self catering camping holidays for families and couples. We believe in traditional camping, enjoying family time and exploring the great outdoors.

Electric Hookup is not available.

The campsite is located on a 2 acre field with beatiful full sea views, overlooking a gorgeous cove with views of Puffin Island and the Great Orme in Llandudno. We are also lucky enough to have the Moelfre Lifeboat Station right on our doorstep, with regular launches and tours available, you'll be right in the centre of all the action. On a calm summers day you may even be lucky enough to see porpoises swimming past in the bay.

We have a wonderful coastal footpath on the lower part of the field which will give all members of the family something to talk about. The picturesque village itself, the numerous beaches, the statue of famous Lifeboat Coxwain Richard Evans who was awarded numerous prestigeous awards for his bravery during his time on the Moelfre Lifeboat, and the possibility of witnessing the shipwreck of the Royal Charter a steam clipper which was wrecked off the beach of Porth Alerth in Dulas Bay on 26th October 1839 and the Hindley which tragically wrecked exactly 100 years later in Moelfre close to the Moelfre Island.

The nearest beaches to us are Porth Nigl and Swnt beach which are less than a 5 minute walk from the campsite.

Located close by are the local eatterys which include Ann's Pantry a quaint cafe serving delicious food throughout the day, the Kinnmel Pub with its spectacular beach views, the Coastal Cafe chip shop which is highly reccommended on trip advisor, and lastly the ice cream parlour on the sea front serving fresh local hand scooped ice creams.

We will be opening up our coastal field for the first time in 2018, for any extra questions please don't hesitate to contact us.

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Just back from this camp site , the only good thing about this campsite is the view and what a view it is , on the down side there is no running water , and only porta loos which had a terrible smell which you could smell as you approached them you could not wash your hands after being to the toilet , if they got this problems fixed it could be a great campsite , also the seagulls never stopped screeching all night so not much sleep
Jim & carol (5th Aug 2018)