WELCOME TO WOODLANDS CARAVAN PARK

Woodlands Caravan Park is a small, select, family run park set in wonderful surroundings at the foot of Harlech Castle,
built in c.1290 and a designated World Heritage Site.

A LITTLE BIT ABOUT US

Woodlands Caravan Park is a small, select, family run park set in wonderful surroundings at the foot of Harlech Castle, built in c.1290 and a designated World Heritage Site. The park is beautifully maintained and landscaped, its grounds boasting an array of plants and flowers, natural woodland areas and a waterfall.

MORE THAN JUST A CARAVAN PARK

Harlech is a wonderful little town with a lot to offer. Situated around the castle and a short walk form Woodlands you will find a range interesting and independent shops and eateries. The Castle itself is wonderfully maintained and a new visitor centre (built in 2015) has made viewing the Castle even more of a must. The views from the battlements towards the Snowdonian Mountain Range to the North and the sunning coastline to the East are worth the price of admission alone.

Harlech Beach is less than 10 minutes walk form the park and offers miles of uninterupted coastline, it stands out as one of the best beaches in North Wales.

Adjacent to the beach is the internationally renowed Royal St. Davids Golf Club, a links course now ranked 44th in Golf Monthly top 100 courses in the UK and Ireland.

Whether you are interested in beaches, walking, castles, shopping, eating or sightseeing you will find Harlech a fantastic base to explore the very best of the Snowdonia National Park.

OUR AWARDS INCLUDE

The park has achieved distinction through its appearance and commitment to conservation by being awarded Silver in the David Bellamy Conservation Awards 2015/16 and 2016/17. In addition our staff have been recognised for their dedication to customer service in the World Host training programme. We are also members of the British Holiday and Home Parks Association

World Host
World Host

Our front of house staff are trained in “WorldHost: The Principles of Customer Service”

BHHPA
British Holiday and Home Park Association

The British Holiday & Home Parks Association is the only organisation established exclusively to serve and represent the interests of the parks industry in the UK. Membership is made up of the owners and managers of park home estates, touring and tenting parks, caravan holiday home parks, chalet parks and all types of self-catering accommodation.

David Bellamy 2015/16
British Holiday and Home Park Association

The British Holiday & Home Parks Association is the only organisation established exclusively to serve and represent the interests of the parks industry in the UK. Membership is made up of the owners and managers of park home estates, touring and tenting parks, caravan holiday home parks, chalet parks and all types of self-catering accommodation

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David Bellamy 2016/17
David Bellamy Conservation

"We have won silver in the David Bellamy Conservation awards 2015/16"

This year (2016/17), 587 holiday parks received a David Bellamy Conservation Award for the work they’ve done to the protect and enhance Britain’s natural environment.

The variety of work being done by these parks is phenomenal – from the creation of new wildlife meadows and woodlands to the construction of solar-powered shower blocks and energy-efficient lodges made out of recycled plastic, parks are active across the country.

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WHAT THE PEOPLE THAT MATTER THINK

“Friendly staff, couldn’t do enough for you and nothing too much trouble. Very clean facilities. At the foot of Harlech castle, spectacular at night!”

PETE SMITH

YORKSHIRE
“Peaceful site, the owner was very friendly and most helpful. The waterfall on the park is amazing and the scenery in Snowdonia is fantastic.”

RUTH HOPKINS

WREXHAM
“ A little gem, we will certainly be back!”

PHIL JONES

LONDON
Woodlands Directions
Directions

FROM BARMOUTH
Travel along A496 to Harlech. Do not enter Town Centre.

Follow signs for A496 downhill past Royal St.David's Golf Course on left. Fork right at Level Crossing following signposts for Woodlands the Park is on the right after 200 yards.

FROM TALSARNAU
Travel along A496 towards Harlech for approximately 1mile from Talsarnau, turn right at signpost (A496) for Harlech and Barmouth. This avoids Harlech Town Centre.

At Harlech Level Crossing at foot of Castle turn sharp left back on yourself following the signposts for Woodlands. The Park is on the right after 200 yards.

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