Dafarn Rhos Caravan & Camping site is just a minute's walk to the stunning beach at Lligwy, Moelfre, Isle of Anglesey in North Wales. Located on a 34 acre small holding which borders the Wales Coastal Path and a cycle path "Hebog" (Falcon) passing close by. The seaside village of Moelfre is a mile away. Benllech, 3 miles away has 3 mini supermarkets, pubs, restaurants, takeaways, garage, cash points, chemist, butchers, hairdressers and a newsagents. The site is within Anglesey's designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty - one of four in Wales. A mainly grass site made up of 4 fields with an 'adult only' field being available during mid/low season. All pitches (pre-allocated) are around the edges of the fields. The land is on a gradual gradient down towards the beach with flat and slightly sloping pitches. All access gates on the site, both walking and driving are electronic and need a fob to open. It is a family-owned site established in the 1930s. An uncommercialised site hence no bar or playground. The site has 65 grass pitches all with electric hook-up.
Dafarn Rhos Caravan & Camping Park
Wales, North Wales, Isle of Anglesey, Moelfre
- +44 1248 410607
- 1 April - 30 September
Alan Rogers Review
Showers (free) and toilet blocks. Hair dryers. Shaver sockets. Baby changing stations. Disabled room (£20 key deposit) with a shower, WC, wash hand basin. Baby changing station and hair dryer. Dish washing up areas. Laundry with sink, washing machine and tumble dryer. Chemical toilet disposal points. Freezer block rental facility. Wi-Fi fee payable. Beach showers (warm) for showering off sand and wet suits. Pets allowed. Dog Walk. Dog shower. Tents allowed. Charge for pets and awnings. Earliest time of arrival 2pm.
Please do not use Sat Nav to find the site.
Take the A55 past Bangor (Gwynedd, North Wales) and over the Britannia Bridge on to Anglesey. Take the second exit after the bridge, the A5025 to Benllech/Amlwch. Continue on the A5025 through Benllech for about 2 miles until you get to a roundabout (with an anchor on it) indication A5025 Amlwch and A5108 to Moelfre – head for Moelfre. After the fish and chip shop on the left, take the first road left which is opposite the village store. Drive out of the village for about a mile until you come to a crossroads, turn right – signposted "Traeth Lligwy Beach" (there is a dead-end sign as you turn into the road). Drive down the road and Dafarn Rhos is the only property on the road, on the left. If you go too far you end up in the car park for Lligwy Beach.
As there is nowhere to park at the site entrance, or nearby for anyone towing, you are kindly requested to stay in the village of Moelfre until 2pm. It is just a 3 minutes’ drive away.
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