Originally owned by the Mitchelmore's as a family run business and farm, the Mitchelmore's developed it into a holiday park (shown above).
After passing through subsequent owners, including Mr and Mrs Parry and Ken Harding, it was purchased in 1992 by the Hallard family. Their daughter, Jane Thomas currently runs the park.
We are passionate about employing people from our local community and have members of the team who have worked for us for many years. We also employ students during the summer months and people with learning disabilities.
Come and experience our tasty food and a bottle of fine wine while enjoying the beautiful views overlooking the sea.
Our committed chefs and caring staff are looking forward to serving you. To find out more, click below...
Well behaved pets are welcome in most of our caravans and lodges (charges apply). We also have a dog walking area exclusively used and designed for your pets.
Our swimming pool was fully renovated in August 2022 and is open from April until September (dates extended if the weather is favourable).
In addition to the swimming pool, we have a vitality pool also with stunning views of the sea.
Both are completely free for all our guests to use.
We are passionate about doing our bit for the environment and ensure that recycling of caravans and general recycling is done to the best of our ability. Our swimming pool and hot tubs are heated using air source heating, producing less CO2 than traditional systems.
We also use environmentally friendly cleaning products.
The park is dog friendly. We welcome pets in some caravans and lodges but keep some dog free for anyone with allergies.
Dogs are charged at £25 per pet per stay
10.5months (1 March to 10 January) for caravans and 12 months for lodges (however, please note that owners MUST have another UK address, this cannot be your primary/only residence)
Only our lodges and Hendre Coed Cottage 1, have hot tubs. There is a vitality pool in the pool/communal area for use by all guests
The nearest train station is in Llanaber. You just need to walk up from the train station to the main road and turn right (it's about a five minute walk from the main road). If you have lots of luggage or limited mobility, you may want to get off in Barmouth and get a taxi as the road up from Llanaber train station is a challenge as it's very steep.
At the Hendre Coed entrance, to the left is a bus stop which will take you in the direction of Barmouth and on the other side of the road, opposite the entrance you can catch a bus towards the Harlech direction.
Llanaber beach is the closest and accessible when the tide is low. Its a five to ten minutes walk to Barmouth beach.
Depending on what you're after.... there is a cycling route on the main road which takes you in either direction to Barmouth or towards Harlech. If you're heading towards Barmouth, you can cycle across Barmouth Bridge and cycle for miles along the estuary on a former train track. On route, in Penmaenpool, you can stop off for a well deserved bite to eat and a pint enjoying the beautiful views of the Mawddach Estuary. The path takes you to Dolgellau.
For the more adventurous.. there is off road cycling in Coed y Brenin. Click on the link to find out more and/or to hire a mountain bike https://www.beicsbrenin.co.uk/trails/
There is a CoOp , Iceland, and Spar in Barmouth however if you want a bigger shop, you will need to either travel to Porthmadog where there there is a Tesco, Aldi and Lidl or you can have an online shop delivered from Asda or Tesco to your accommodation. Please speak to reception for further information.
Oh yes! There is a kids playground area on the park and a swimming pool (opening times vary). In Barmouth there are arcades, ice-cream parlours, children's play centre for example, a ball park and obviously a beautiful beach! There are also farms and slate caverns to visit. Check out the link for further options https://www.dayoutwiththekids.co.uk/things-to-do/north-wales/gwynedd/barmouth
There are a number of websites that can provide you with information on walking. It does depend on how challenging you want the walk to be. There are the local mountains, Cader Idris and Diffwys for the more adventurous. There are plenty of footpaths, forest walks and hill walking. Check out the link for more details https://www.visitmidwales.co.uk/things-to-do/barmouth-walking-routes-and-trails-p1740631
You can also ask for information in reception.
Book direct with the park and get a £15 discount on short bookings or 5% off on 7 night bookings!
Please call 01341 280597