Caravan Park, Rhosneigr
by A Caravan
Enjoy an Anglesey holiday at a caravan park near Rhosneigr on the south west corner of the island, with great mountain and coast views.
If you are looking for an Anglesey holiday caravan then Ty Hen may be on your list of possible locations.
Situated between the villages of Rhosneigr and Llanfaelog, the site has up to 40 privately owned static caravans with mains services.
Within a ten minute walk of the sandy Rhosneigr beaches, Ty Hen offers for hire Willerby Aspen Caravans (2008 Models) which sleep up to six people.
The caravan has 3 bedrooms, made up as one double and two twin singles, along with central heating, double glazing, a security alarm, shower, and TV/DVD facilities.
Views from these caravans include Maelog Lake, Caernarfon Bay, Snowdon Mountains and the Lleyn Peninsula.
You are also very close to the Anglesey Coastal Path, which covers 125 miles of coast set within a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB).
Rates for the caravan rentals are from £230 per week rising to £365 a week from mid July to August. There are also some special winter break deals available.
Apart from caravan hire, the Ty Hen park also offers spaces for nightly touring caravans, with rates (including electric supply) from £19 rising to £21 per night from 23 May.
There are also facilities for campers if you are looking for a campsite on Anglesey, with rates of £9 per night (adults), £4.50 per night (children below 15) and £19 a night for families.
This caravan park near Rhosneigr has a wide range of facilities including a sauna, gym, pool room, kids play park, and a heated outdoor swimming pool.
A wide range of washing and toilet services are also provided, including male and female showers, a parent and toddler/disabled room, and drying facilities.
For those of you who like to keep up to date with events online or just enjoy surfing the web, there are internet facilities provided through a Park WIFI.
How to get there:
If you are coming to Anglesey by car on the A55, take Junction 5 and follow signs for the A4080 heading towards Rhosneigr and Aberffraw.
You will drive through the village of Engedi and then enter Llanfaelog, passing the church on your left.
Take the immediate right turn opposite the post office and follow the winding road and you will reach the caravan park within half a mile or so.
Alternatively, the scenic route involves coming off the A55 and heading for the village of Llanfairpwll, where you head for the turning for Brynsiencyn and the Anglesey Sea Zoo (brown sign), again the A4080.
Follow this road through the villages of Brynsiencyn, Newborough, Malltraeth and Hermon. When you enter the outskirts of Bethel turn right and follow signs for Aberffraw.
You then drive past the sand dunes and marram grass that stretch out towards Aberffraw beach, passing through the village and head for Rhosneigr, with beautiful coastal views on your left, with the Rhoscolyn daymark in the distance.
Along this you will also pass an ancient burial chamber near Cable Bay.
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