Caravan Park, Benllech
The Ad Astra caravan park near Benllech gives you the chance to be within a stone’s through of some fine sandy Anglesey beaches as well as the coastal path which offers some spectacular sea views.
This family owned caravan site is set in a pleasant rural setting on the East side of the island surrounded by hedgerows which offer shelter and enhance your restful holiday experience, while it is also well served by good roads linking to Llangefni and other island towns.
Ad Astra offers 40 static caravans, as well as spaces for motor homes, touring caravans and family camping. The caravan options offer either grass or hard standing and all have electric supply points.
Ad Astra states that this Anglesey caravan park has twice earned a runners-up spot in the Calor Gas “Best Park in Wales” Award.
The site has modern washing and toilet facilities, including free showers, hot and cold water at the basins, as well as hand drying facilities. There is also provision for washing, drying and ironing clothes.
If you want to bring a dog on your island holiday, Ad Astra does allow them but asks that you keep them under control at all times.
How to get there:
The caravan park is on the Llangefni Road (B5110) outside the village of Brynteg ( LL78 7JH) and you can reach it from Benllech.
When you cross the Britannia Suspension Bridge (A55) take the turning signposted for Amlwch (A5025) and continue on this road until you reach Benllech.
In the village take the left turn for Brynteg (B5108) and continue until you reach the village, after which you take the left turn (B5110) for Llangefni.
Ad Astra caravan park is about 1 mile along this road, on your right. See a map of Anglesey here for more details.
What to do, where to go:
While you are staying at the caravan site you can visit a number of interesting attractions, including the Oriel Art Gallery outside Llangefni and the Seawatch centre in Moelfre, on the North East coast of Anglesey. And if you like walking, there are many interesting sections of the coastal path you can explore during your stay.
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