Description of site - Set in the heart of beautiful North Wales, described by Practical caravan's inspectors, Liz and George Hughes, as "This small, idyllic park, tucked above Abergele among quiet country lanes, is a tonic for the weary and a stimulus for youngsters who adore fresh air, wildlife and natural surroundings". Maureen Makinson of Caravan Life's description of the park concludes "A very quiet and peaceful site where visitors return again and again, well knowing when they have discovered a real gem".
Site Address - Sirior Goch Farm, Betws-yn-Rhos, Abergele, Conwy, LL22 8PL
Onsite Facilities - 30 Tourers/Motorhomes, (30 Hard Standing), 30 Hookups, 15 Fully Serviced Pitches, Toilets, Showers, Bathroom with Full Sized Bath and Baby Bath, Wi-Fi Internet Access, Chemical Disposal Point, Dishwashing Facilities, NEW 2013 - Wet Rooms/Showers and Disabled Facilities, Pets Allowed, Children's Play Area, Laundrette, No Football on Site, Storage.
Offsite Facilities - Food Shop 0.5m, Bar/Pub 2m, Restaurant 2m, Indoor Heated Pool 6.5m, Tennis Courts 2m, Fishing 2m, Golf Course 2m, Sandy Beach 3.5m, Not Sandy Beach 5m.
Contact and Fees
Open 21st March to 31st October
From £18.00 to £25.00 inc. Hookup
Superpitches £23.00 to £30.00 all inclusive
Tel 01745 832237
Mob Tel 07721 552105
Directions to Site - From A55 westwards junction 24, take the A547 into Abergele. At second set of traffic lights turn left by George and Dragon pub (A548 Llanrwst Road). Continue for 2.75 miles to first crossroads. Turn right towards Betws-yn-Rhos (B5381). Hunters Hamlet is first farm on the left half a mile from crossroads.