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Situated in an AONB, on a quiet hillside lane, Plas Newydd provides an ideal location to explore North Wales. Alison and Anthony will provide you with a warm welcome to their CL which possesses exceptional facilities with electric hook up, satellite connection and a cold water tap on each of the five pitches and a modern toilet and shower block. The site itself is located on the northern end of the Horse Shoe Pass and so is ideal for this who wish to visit the beautiful town of Llangollen with its International Music Eisteddfod. Ruthin, a historic market town and castle is a short drive away as is Snowdonia for those who enjoy the walks and views from the various mountains. Chester Zoo, ideal for the children is 40 minutes drive away. For the mountain bikers, the Llandegla Forest is a key location for those who enjoy this sport. Fishing and shooting centres are also close at hand. The area is working to achieve Dark Sky status and star watchers will enjoy our clear nights.

CL Site Facilities

Electric Hook Up
Fresh Water
Rubbish collection
Chemical Disposal
Shower
Toilet
Motorhomes welcome
Dogs allowed
Town/Village within 1 mile

Rules for this site

Earliest arrival time : 12:00

Latest departure time : 11:00


Green Elsan Fluid only No wet wipes to be flushed in the toilets or chemical waste Dogs to be kept on leads at all times Solar lights by guy ropes or pegs only, no other external lighting No disposable barbeques

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Location

Must See Attractions & Landmarks

The site is situated just outside the tiny village of Bryneglwys which has a small shop stocking all the basics. The nearest towns are Corwen (5 miles), Ruthin (8 miles) and Llangollen (11 miles), all of which have supermarkets and the usual facilities. There is no public transport from the village. There are some excellent pubs and restaurants within 20 minutes drive of the site. The beautiful town of Llangollen is only 11 miles away over the spectacular Horseshoe Pass and has many attractions including white water activities on the River Dee, horse drawn canal trips and the annual International Music Eisteddfod. The World Heritage Site of the Pontcycyllte Aqueduct is 15 miles from the site. Chester is 45 minutes from the site, Bala and the start of the Snowdonia National Park is 18 miles. The Llantisillio mountain and the Clwydian range are on the doorstep for those who love walking or bird watching and for the mountain bikers, the Llandegla Forest is a key location for those who enjoy this sport. Fishing and shooting centers are also close at hand. For history lovers Plas Newydd House in LLangollen, Chirk Castle (NT) and Erddig (NT) are not to be missed and the oldest timbered town house in Wales , Nantclwyd Y Dre, is located in Ruthin. Of course Wales is famed for it's castles and there are many within a morning or day trip from the site including Flintshire, Denbigh, Harlech, Caernarfon, Conwy, Rhuddlan and Criccieth. Chester Zoo and the Welsh Mountain Zoo are both within an hour of the site, as is the Sealife Centre at Rhyl. The beautiful coastlines of North and North West Wales are easily accessed for day trips. There are a host of outdoor activities to enjoy nearby, including sleddog adventures, llama trekking, walking, hiking and climbing, nature reserves and water sports. Visit the Clocaenog Forest for a chance to spot red squirrels and keep an eye open on site for Red Kites. Curlews, swallows and cuckoos visit every year.

Llangollen

Pontcysyllte Aqueduct World Heritage Site

Nantclwyd y Dre

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You can ARRIVE on a Green Day 4 You can DEPART on a GREEN 6 or the next GREEN/RED 7 Day. You cannot arrive or stay over on a GREEN/RED day.

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