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Our family run Carvan and Camping Park is situated close to mount Snowdon and in an ideal location to explore Snowdonia National Park.
A 3min walk from the main entrance you'll find a local family pub, and just a further 10min walk you'll find a local Butchers, Chip shop, Co-Op & Spar, all that's needed for your camping vacation in Snowdonia. We also have a Local Indian Restraunt 'Sopna' which deliver Indian meals directly to your pitch on the campsite, they have recently won Best Asian Restraunt in the Country and do a fantastic Tandoori Chicken!
We are also on the Sherpa Bus Route. The bus Stop is situated just at the bottom of the hill from the main entrance where you can catch a bus into Llanberis or Caernarfon every hour, a huge benefit to help avoid congestion and costly car parking in Llanberis if your planning to climb Snowdon.
For a more relaxed afternoon you can expect to travel just 10mins via car to the Local Beach in Caernarfon 'Dinas Dinlle', or just 15mins you can cross Menai Bridge and walk along the beautiful Menai Strait.
A short walk from Menai Bridge town centre brings visitors to the base of the Menai Suspension Bridge, from where the true scale of this remarkable structure is best appreciated. The Belgium Promenade (built by Flemish refugees from the Great War between 1914-16) leads south west from here shortly reaching a causeway that links Church island and the ancient Church of St Tysilio to the shore. A short walk around the church cemetery affords wonderful views of the Menai Strait, both bridges and Ynys Gorad Goch island, whose residents once made a living from the fish caught at the traps built there. Menai bridge has a selection of interesting shops, including antiques, books and ironmongers. There is a good collection of pubs and restaurants catering for all tastes, including local seafood.