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Quiet back with nature CL with level hard standings, each with 16amp electric, own water taps and grey waste point. Shower and toilet facility (heated in winter). Three ponds & walkways between trees and shrubs . Wildlife in abundance - see rabbits in the morning, the odd hedgehog., you may see water voles in our ponds as well as fish and frogs amongst the water lilies. May/June you will see brightly coloured Mayfly's dancing around the ponds. Early risers may catch the Heron doing his daily visit. Lots of songbirds including Robin, Wren, Thrush, Starling, Blackbird and Raven amongst others. In the dark night sky when clear you will see a myriad of stars lighting up the sky. A little further afield you may find red squirrels and ravens, especially in the Forest, the beach and Llanddwyn ISland is listed in the top must see's of Anglesey

CL Site Facilities

Chemical Disposal
Fresh Water
Rubbish collection
Electric Hook Up
Adults Only
Town/Village within 1 mile
Hardstandings Available
Dogs allowed
Shower
Toilet
Near Public Transport
WiFi (Free)
Pub within 1 mile
Motorhomes welcome
Fully Serviced Pitches

Annual Rates & Pricing Information

2021 Pitch fee includes unit + 2 adults Single night booked £22.00 Two or more nights £19.00 per night Prefered payment by Internet banking/BACs or by card. 2022 Pitch fee includes unit + 2 adults Single night booked £22.00 Two or more nights £20.00 Extra adults at £2.50 per night well behaved pets free Prefered payment by Internet banking/BACs or by card.

Rules for this site

Earliest arrival time : 13:00

Latest departure time : 11:30


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Must See Attractions & Landmarks

Being an Island one side is always in the lee of any wind and Niwbwrch is often blessed with sunshine when other parts are not always so lucky. Niwbwrch Forest and Llanddwyn Island and beach (at the foot of Niwbwrch Forrest which has been grown on 100ft sand-dunes). To the North side of Llanddwyn Island the beach extends to the estuary leading to Malltraeth. There is a small proportion of beach closed to dogs in peak season for 100m south of the car park to Llanddwyn Island, but there are miles dog friendly sandy beach either side of the area restricted area at peak times. There’s so much space on the beach and in the forest that you have plenty of space to walk your dog away from the crowds and indeed to be away from dogs if you don’t like them. Llanddwyn Island is listed as one of the nicest parts of Anglesey and is a nature reserve so you can’t take your dog there during peak season. It has a lighthouse, Celtic cross and ruins of a small Abbey. Numerous coves where the water is deeper than on the main beach so makes ideal swimming for proficient swimmers The forest itself has numerous trails throughout, the sandy soil dries out quickly after rain, so you don’t need to get muddy – there are fire break routes and a maise of are small twisting paths, but the forest is big enough to become temporarily lost. There are no farm animals in the forest, occasionally a few horses. You’ll see an “unkindness" or "conspiracy" of Ravens and chance of red squirrels if you are an early riser and keep quiet. You can keep your dog off the lead in the forest and on the beach if you have one

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Llanddwyn Island

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FROM: £19.00