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Woodlands Holiday Park
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Woodlands Holiday Park, Bryncrug, Tywyn, Gwynedd, LL36 9UH,
fax: 01654 710100
Caravan Park Details
There?s plenty of peace, quiet and relaxation on the Woodlands Holiday Park, or you can choose the comfort and companionship of the Country Club.
You are near the golden sands of Tywyn and close to some of the renowned beauty spots in Wales. Dolgoch Falls, Aberdovey, Happy Valley and the Tal-y-Llyn narrow-gauge railway. At night the comfortable lounges of the country club provide the ideal meeting place for making new friends. During the holiday season entertainment takes place in the large function room, or you can choose from the extensive menu and enjoy a meal overlooking the beautiful valley beyond.
There?s dancing, family nights, discos and live artistes during the holiday season at Easter, Whitsun and from late July until the end of August. There is a children?s amusement room with pool tables, video games and a T.V. lounge. You can enjoy a morning swim in the heated outdoor swimming pool which is open from Whitsun until September, take a walk in the woods beyond the park and enjoy the splendid views, if you prefer there is the table tennis room. A laundrette equipped with washing machine, tumble dryer and ironing facilities is close by. Dogs are permitted on the Park provided they are kept on a lead. Site facilities are available during the main holiday season at the Management?s discretion.
There is accommodation for twenty touring caravans on hard standing or in the recently opened grassed paddock. All have electric hook-up, T V and water connection and 10 have mains sewage connection points. The shower and toilet block with free constant hot water is located nearby. A picnic area is located in the touring park and all park facilities are included in the overnight charge.
The Local Area
Unhurried and unspoilt. That?s the coast and country of Mid-Wales. It?s an explorers? paradise.
With so much to see, you?ll find yourself coming back, year after year. Even so you will never exhaust all that this region has to offer.
You can start with a nostalgic ride on the Tal-y-llyn Narrow Gauge Railway. Starting at Tywyn it winds along to Abergnolwyn and then onto Nant Gwernol. It was the first railway of its kind in Britain to be saved from closure.
On the coast is Aberdovey with its unspoilt harbour ideal for sailing and fishing. There?s an 18 hole Championship golf course and four miles of golden sands stretching all the way to Tywyn.
Fairbourne has two miles of golden sands. The narrow gauge railway extends to Penrhyn Point where you can catch the ferry to Barmouth.
Tywyn is an attractive town with a good sandy beach, promenade, a selection of interesting shops and has a weekly market from May until September.
Going inland are the market towns of Dolgellau, Bala and Machynlleth with its weekly market every Wednesday. Bala is also noted for its lakes which are ideal for sailing.
If you enjoy a pleasant walk through peaceful countryside, perhaps followed by a picnic, Dolgoch Falls are well worth a visit. Cader Idris, the mountainous region of Gwynedd provides a range of scenic outings for hill walkers.
Caravans For Sale
At present we have new caravans for sale from ?19,000 to ?40,000. We offer free siting and connection and our current annual fees are ?1670 including VAT. We are open from March 1st to October 31st and for 5 days a week during the four month winter period. For further details of our caravans please contact our office direct.
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