The luxury static caravan at Tyddyn Plwm is set within it's own grounds with views of Llanddwyn warren, forest and the Snowdonia mountain range. It is in a remote and quiet location, near the owners property.
The caravan has recently been updated
It sleeps 4 (2 adults and 2 children), in one double and one twin room. Facilities include gas central heating, en-suite toilet and basin, plumbed in washroom with shower, toilet and wash basin, kitchenette with tall fridge/freezer and oven. TV with freeview and DVD player. Lock up to store muddy boots and large items, eg bikes.
Tyddyn Plwm is 1 mile from Llanddwyn beach, which is a 10-20 minute walk through a forest track, and is within a Site of Special Scientific Interest. Llanddwyn is a sandy beach approx 2 miles long and is one of the cleanest and most scenic beaches in the country. A visit to Llanddwyn Island to see the pretty fishermans cottages, lighthouse and a memorial to Santes Dwynwen (Wales' Valentine legend) is a must.
The location of the caravan is remote and quiet, the caravan has spectacular views of the Snowdonia mountain range, which is only half an hour drive away.
Llanddwyn is popular for kite surfing, windsurfing, cycling, nature trails with red squirrels, birds and other wildlife to be seen. It is also a great place just to relax.
The main beach car park has recently been upgraded to include a viewing deck that overlooks the beach.
Secure bookings are taken from my Trip Advisor site.
Price includes 4 units of gas per day (any units used above this is charged at £5 per unit. The price also includes water and electricity and the caravan is stocked with TV, DVD player, cutlery, dinner set for 4, pans, kettle, tea towels, duvets, covers and sheets. The caravan has a fridge and cooker.
Please bring your own towels.
A lock up is available which is a useful store for bikes, tack, surf gear etc.
As with all holidays, please ensure that your valuables are covered by personal insurance.
Friendly pets are welcome and will enjoy the long walks around Llanddwyn forest and beach. Dogs must be trustworthy around children, other dogs and livestock. We do not allow pets on furniture and ask owners to kindly bring with them: a towel to wipe muddy paws, their pet's favorite bed and a water bowl.
We welcome anybody who wishes to travel by public transport. There is a train station at Bangor and a request stop station in Bodorgan. A bus service can be taken from Bangor to Newborough village.