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- Near the Coast
- Child and Baby Friendly
- Cyclists Accepted
- Walker Friendly
- Own Parking
- Short Breaks
- Wi-Fi Access
- Detached Property
- Rural Location
Willerby Granada Caravan - Near Moelfre
Willerby Granada Holiday Caravan
Located in a haven of tranquility in the north-east corner of the beautiful island of Anglesey, you will find this charming caravan. The Willerby Granada is a 31 foot by 10-foot well-maintained caravan. With space for four guests, its the perfect base from which to explore all that Anglesey has to offer.
Master bedroom has one double ( 4ft. 6" ) bed and access to the shower room.
The second bedroom has 2beds, side by side, each measuring 27 inches wide by 72 inches long.
There is also a pull out bed in the lounge.
The caravan is sited at the top of a lovely meadow, which has been planted with native trees. The meadow slopes down to two natural ponds, with a resident family of ducks and moorhens. Deri Fawr encompasses three acres of gardens and grounds which guests are welcome to wander around and explore. Outside the caravan, there is a parking space, and a small patio area, with a picnic table.
Inside the caravan, there are two bedrooms ( one double and one twin), and a bathroom with shower, WC and washbasin. The lounge area has plenty of space to relax and a dining table. The kitchen features a full-size cooker with oven, grill and hob, a fridge, microwave, and a toaster, along with all the cutlery, crockery, pans and utensils needed to enjoy a fantastic self-catering holiday.
Self-catering is a great way to holiday on a budget, but most guests like to go out for lunch or dinner at least once during their holiday, and there are plenty of local options for great food. Down the road at Dulas, the Pilot Boat Inn offers hearty pub meals, and a little further afield the Kinmel Arms and the Parciau Arms are both popular choices.
Anglesey's main attraction is, of course, its miles of sandy beaches. With over 20 Blue Flag beaches to its name, the island really does have something for everyone. Families often head to the large sandy bays of Benllech and Red Wharf Bay, whilst surfers love Rhosneigr Porth Tywyn Mawr, Silver Bay, and others on the west coast of the island. Traeth Lligwy, one of Anglesey's most beautiful beaches, is close to Deri Fawr, and a firm favourite with guests.
There's so much to see and do on Anglesey, visitors are spoiled for choice. From walking a stretch of the Wales Coast Path to sea kayaking, coasteering or RIB riding on the Menai Strait, there is plenty of adrenaline-pumping activities to have a go at. Nature lovers are well catered for too, with plenty of nature reserves and wildlife havens to explore. The RSPB reserve at South Stack is particularly impressive, and elsewhere on the island, visitors can try to spot the native red squirrels, or even try to catch a glimpse of some seals and dolphins from the shoreline.
For visitors looking for a little culture, a trip to Beaumaris Castle makes for a fascinating day out. Garden lovers will enjoy visiting Plas Newydd House and Gardens, which sit in a spectacular spot, overlooking the Menai Straits.
Whatever type of holiday you are seeking, and whatever time of year you choose to come, Anglesey will inevitably charm you, with its unrivaled mix of glorious beaches, stunning scenery, friendly towns and villages, and relaxed pace of life. Why not check availability for this caravan today, and look forward to your next Anglesey adventure soon?
Max people: 4
No parties or events.