We Love Caravan Sites in Abergele – You Should Too!

5th April 2016 | by Whitehouse Leisure Park

For decades North Wales has been one of the most popular places to take a UK holiday and particularly the coastal areas around Abergele, Kimnel Bay, Llandudno and Prestatyn.  Caravan sites in Abergele and surrounding areas provide affordable accommodation for families or groups of friends.  Catering for the needs of all tourists, the accommodation ranges from state of the art, luxury lodges and caravans to cheap and cheerful; and anywhere in between.

Benefits of holidays taken on caravan sites in Abergele
Apart from having accommodation to suit almost any budget, the advantages of taking a holiday on these parks are enormous. Some are similar to small villages with every conceivable facility and activity. There are bars, restaurants, shops, hairdressers, beauty salons, gyms; swimming pools, mini golf courses, amusement arcades and children’s clubs. Many provide live entertainment, quiz nights, pool and darts matches and there are amusement arcades too.  Indeed there is everything you need on the larger caravan sites in Abergele to never venture off site.  However, no visit to North Wales would be complete without exploring the beach, diverse landscape and local attractions.

Things to do in Abergele
Abergele has all the charm of a traditional seaside resort boasting one of the best beaches in North Wales. On Pensarn Beach you can relax with a book, beachcombing or participate in a diverse range of water sports.

You are never far from a castle in North Wales and Abergele is no different, with Bodelwyddan Castle just 5 miles away. Here you can leave the children in a Victorian classroom whilst you go in search of the paranormal! The castle is 500 years old and has been featured on many “ghost hunting” television programmes.

If you are feeling energetic you can make your way up to Tower Hill, near Cefn yr Ogof, and enjoy spectacular views of the coast and mountains from the ancient Watch Tower which was built 4 centuries ago.  If you have any stamina left and feel like climbing a mountain, Moelfre Isaf is 1040 feet high!

There are numerous pubs, cafes and restaurants in Abergele serving local and international cuisine as well as many shops that are mainly independent and not part of large chains.

Caravans for sale and to rent
Most caravan sites in Abergele have holiday lodges or caravans for sale and Whitehouse Leisure Park always has access to a large inventory. It’s also possible to rent a caravan on Whitehouse either direct from the owners via caravan portals such as Rent My Caravan, or through the park’s letting agents Easylet.

Some other caravan sites in Abergele are exclusive to owners, such as Sirior Bach Caravan Park. Here it is possible to buy a holiday home but not to rent one. The Park is set on a 19-acre country estate and unlike Whitehouse Leisure Park, which is a family resort,  Sirior Bach is a quiet rural retreat. If you are looking for a beautiful holiday home in the country, you will find it here.