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Embarking on a motorhome adventure through Wales? Look no further! Wales invites motorhome enthusiasts to revel in its diverse landscapes and exceptional campsites. Whether you’re a seasoned camper or a newcomer to motorhome travel, Wales provides a range of options that cater to all preferences. Whether you seek coastal tranquillity, mountain views, modern amenities, or unique experiences, Wales delivers! 

Tyddyn Isaf Camping & Caravan Park, Anglesey

Nestled within the expansive coastal countryside of the Isle of Anglesey, you’ll find Tyddyn Isaf Camping & Caravan Park, an extensive and well-equipped touring site. Offering unmatched views over Lligwy Bay and close proximity to several charming seaside spots, this Welsh motorhome park caters to families, couples, and solo travellers alike.

Accommodation options include standard and premium fully serviced pitches, spread across five fields of meticulously maintained greenery and bordered by hedges and woodland. The washroom facilities have recently received the prestigious Platinum Loo of the Year award, and each touring pitch is conveniently situated within 200 meters of a toilet and shower block.

At The Market Place, you can conveniently stock up on food, camping gear, beach essentials, as well as baked goods and local produce. Additionally, you can indulge in delightful meals from the Hen Ysgubor takeaway.

Excitingly, a new café/bar is on the horizon, set to serve beverages and snacks throughout the day. The park’s location is optimally situated for exploring the east coast of Anglesey, with its private path leading directly to Lligwy Beach.

You’ll find accessible walking and cycling trails nearby, while historical attractions like Mynydd Parys and the Copper Kingdom Centre are just a short drive away.

Bron Derw Touring Caravan Park, Conwy

Bron Derw Touring Caravan Park is located on the outskirts of Llanrwst in the Conwy Valley, nestled between Betws-y-Coed and Conwy. This family-run Touring Park welcomes all those seeking a holiday or break in North Wales with their touring caravan.

The park offers a tranquil and secluded setting with views of the surrounding fields and hills. Situated on the edge of the Snowdonia National Park and just 4 miles from the charming village of Betws-y-Coed, it serves as an ideal base to explore Snowdonia and the rest of North Wales, or simply unwind and enjoy the fresh mountain air.

The site features 20 multi-serviced pitches, excellent shower, and toilet facilities, including a purpose-built accessible suite and baby changing area. It also offers a dedicated dog-walking area, a utility room, and chemical disposal facilities. Guests seeking a quieter experience can opt for the adults-only section for their stay.

Cim Farm, Abersoch

Cim Farm offers one of the best campsites in Wales with stunning sea views. Perched above Abersoch, this site occupies a 400-acre working farm, boasting an impressive 2.5 miles of private coastline.

Every pitch is equipped with electric hook-up for convenience. The site also features essential amenities like toilets and showers, laundry facilities, a play zone for entertainment, and a designated area for dishwashing.

The campsite provides ample open green space, making it an ideal starting point for exploring nearby attractions such as Abersoch, Porth Neigwl Beach, Pwllheli, and the historic Caernarfon Castle.

Red Kite Touring Park, Powys

Located in the heart of Wales, Red Kite Touring Park offers a serene retreat exclusively for adults with motorhomes. The spacious pitches provide sweeping vistas of the Welsh countryside, and the modern amenity block houses well-equipped toilets and showers.

This site boasts a 10-acre dog-walking area, complete with a dedicated pond and a fenced training section, making it perfect for pet owners exploring with their furry companions.

A recreational zone surrounds a coarse fishing pool, and the park is a frequented haven for wildlife, including majestic birds of prey. A short walk away lies Llanidloes, while the nearby Llyn Clywedog Reservoir offers additional exploration opportunities.

Tyddyn Llwyn Caravan Park, Porthmadog

Situated within 18 acres of wooded parkland at the base of Moel-y-Gest, Tyddyn Llwyn offers a splendid retreat. Each touring pitch is all-weather and fully equipped, and the site boasts three toilet and shower blocks, three dishwashing areas, and a children’s play zone.

Tyddyn Llywn also features a licensed bar and restaurant, along with a heated outdoor patio, games room, and shop. Its prime location puts it just minutes away from the likes of Black Rock Sands, Borth Y Gest, and the charming harbour town of Porthmadog. It’s also within walking distance of the Ffestiniog and Welsh Highland Narrow Gauge Steam Railways and a short drive from the enchanting Italianate village of Portmeirion.

Exploration opportunities abound, with Snowdonia National Park, historic castles like Criccieth Castle and Caernarfon Castle, and a plethora of other delightful attractions awaiting your discovery.