The Beach Caravan Park

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Breathtaking views on your doorstep

Located on the coastline of North Wales, The Beach Caravan Park commands spectacular panoramic views across the majestic Irish Sea and yet is surprisingly easy to reach. Situated just off the A55 Expressway, close to the village of Llanddulas, The Beach Caravan Park is just a 30 minute drive from Chester and is easily accessible from the North West and The Midlands.

If you like to get away from it all, The Beach Caravan Park is close to some of the most beautiful landscapes in the country, with rugged rolling hills, mountains, lakes, marinas and exciting outdoor activities from mountain biking and hill walking to sailing and fishing - all right on the doorstep of your caravan holiday.

The Beach Caravan Park has excellent on-site facilities, so you can really make the most of your caravan holiday. Guests can relax and enjoy the friendly atmosphere of the lounge bar or visit the more lively Beachcomber Bar. For your convenience there's an on-site launderette, and young visitors to The Beach will love the children's play area and 'Pirates Locker', featuring games, arcade machines, 'pop counter' and television area ensuring enjoyment for all of the family.

The caravan park is open from 1st March to 30th November and offers an impressive range of luxury caravans to hire or to buy.

Tides Café & Bistro is the perfect place to relax and unwind with tasty locally sourced food, fantastic views and of course friendly service.




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