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Awelfryn Caravan Park in Isle of Anglesey

Awelfryn Caravan Park is situated in two acres of grassy meadow with sandy soil, on the edge of forestry enterprise land. We are situated approximately one mile from Llanddwyn beach in an area of outstanding natural beauty with fantastic views overlooking the mountains of Snowdonia and the Llyn Peninsula.

Newborough has a clean sandy beach which is safe for small children and is surrounded by sand dunes and pine forest, managed by Forestry Commission. Picnic facilities and toilets are provided along with many woodland trials. Access to Llanddwyn Island - another renowned beauty spot accessible via a short walk along the beach.

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Reviews of Awelfryn Caravan Park

If you are thinking of staying here then take your earplugs & breathing gear! This has to be the noisiest campsite i've ever had the misfortune of staying on. I've been to quieter football matches! Soooo many people on a small field and sooo many barbicues and fires you simply cannot breathe with the smog that lies low. New owners here who put bums of seats above quality of camping. Been coming here for years, will never go back again.
Mr. Pipster. (31st Aug 2015)
Beautiful, well run site. Peaceful and picturesque site. Owner very polite and helpful. Had a wonderful time.
Karen (29th Feb 2012)
fantastic little site, very homely owner, very relaxed atmosphere, basic, but beautiful. Showers, toilets and washing facilities. Access to water pipe. Take change for washing in hot water! Close to beautiful beach & forest trails. About 1 mile hike to beach. Note, if driving down there is a £3 charge for parking, but worth it if spending the day down there. Pay machine wasn't working when we went so well worth the trip! Planning to go back end of August if not before
Debbie Rodney (30th Jun 2011)