Sitting on a hillside, in a pretty village, Llandanwg Holiday Home Park has a ‘five star’ (exceptional) rating from the Welsh Tourist Board. It boasts superb views of Tremadog Bay, Harlech Beach, Shell Island and the Llyn Peninsular. Llandanwg has a popular shallow shelving beach popular for fishing and surfing, and is backed by sand dunes, some of which are owned by the National Trust. There is also St Tanwg’s Church and the quaint Y Maes Beach Café. Much of this coastal area lies in the magnificent Snowdonia National Park.
It is an area of outstanding beauty – with mountains, rolling hills, a series of stunning estuaries and beaches that are some of the sandiest and most spacious in all of Wales. In the hills you’ll find remote beauty spots, mountain lakes, atmospheric sites and magnificent walking trails. See it all from welcoming seaside resorts or country villages. Explore it on the convenient Cambrian Coast Railway, which runs along the whole of the bay linking the mainline network.
The park is managed by Rita and Peter, who live on the park to ensure that every stay is a pleasant and enjoyable one.