Bodnant Caravan Park was established in the early 1960's by the Kerry family, a local farming family. It has won the Wales in Bloom competition for touring caravans 26 consecutive years with its floral features and old farm implements. Situated in a picturesque location on the outskirts of the market town of Llanrwst in the beautiful Conwy Valley.
Onsite is a small farm with sheep, hens, ducks and guinea fowl. For birdwatchers, enjoy the many varieties of birds which can be seen. The site is level, easily accessed, sheltered by trees and bordered by Nant y Goron stream, which runs into the River Conwy. All 35 caravan and motorhome pitches are hard-standing, multi-service pitches. It also has 2 holiday caravans for hire.
Within 3 miles of the site, there's the 15th Century St. Crwst's Church, Gwydyr Castle, Trefriw Wells Spa and Trefriw Woollen Mills. For a Welsh afternoon tea, visit Tu Hwnt i'r Bont, an ancient courthouse now part of the National Trust.