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Bodnant Caravan Park and Campsite
Bodnant Caravan Park was established in the early 1960's by the Kerry family, a local Welsh speaking farming family. We have won the 'WALES IN BLOOM' competition covering the whole of Wales, for touring caravans for 26 consecutive years with our many floral features and an array of old farm implements of a bygone era.
We can accommodate touring caravans, motor caravans, and tents. We also have 2-holiday caravans for hire. We have a separate field for caravan rallies.
Bodnant enjoys a picturesque location on the outskirts of the market town of Llanrwst in the beautiful Conwy Valley. Many customers return year after year to enjoy our gardens and relaxed, friendly atmosphere. Our site is renowned even as far as Europe.
The site is all level, easily accessed, sheltered by trees and bordered by Nant y Goron stream, which runs into the River Conwy. The pitches are either grass or hardstanding.
The site is situated within 10 minutes walking distance from the town, opposite the Leisure Centre on the B5427 Nebo Road from Llanrwst, and is clearly signposted at the junction with the A470
All 35 caravan and motor-caravan pitches are multi-serviced pitches with 16 amp electric hookup, TV hook-ups, water taps and grey waste disposal. Some hard-standing pitches are available.
All 14 tent pitches which are in a separate field have electric and TV hook-ups. Most tent pitches with the electric hookups are approx 9mx9m. Please note we cannot accept tents larger than 5x6 meters including guide ropes.
The toilet blocks have free hot water and showers. The larger toilet block is heated. A covered dishwashing area, chemical disposal point and a recycling collection area, small playfield, dog walk and telephone box are also provided.
The main gates are locked between 11 pm and 8 am, and no noise or drinking is allowed after 11 pm.
We also have a small farm stocking sheep, hens, ducks, geese and guinea fowl. Our site is well known for our animal cemetery, marked with little white crosses where children often leave posies of wildflowers.
Many varieties of birds can be found on the site; woodpeckers, goldcrests, mistle thrushes, redstarts, tree creepers, siskins, nuthatches, herons, buzzards, sparrow hawks and house martins are just a few apart from the more common garden species such as tits and blackbirds. When dusk falls the bats come out. The local Llanrwst agricultural show is held every August just a few fields away and the local sheepdog trials are held locally in July. Our own sheepdogs can sometimes be seen herding our sheep, ducks (and customers who haven't paid!!)