Brand new in 2015, this spacious fully central heated ( radiators in all rooms) and double glazed caravan sleeps 6 comfortably.
There are 2 bedrooms, the Master bedroom with a double bed and a second bedroom with 2 single beds plus a separate pull-out double bed in the lounge
The master bedroom is ensuite to the bathroom.
Each bedroom has fitted wardrobes and all bedding is provided.
The bathroom has a walk-in enclosed shower together with a toilet and washbasin.
The kitchen/diner is modern with a freestanding dining table and chair.
The kitchen boasts a built-in new world cooker, microwave, toaster, kettle and a fridge/freezer.
Tea towels, crockery, cutlery, pots and pans, glasses, plastic cups and various kitchen utensils are all provided.
The spacious living-room area has all-round comfortable seating.
There is an electric fire which gives a comforting glow during those chilly evenings. The 32 inch television has a Freeview tuner with an outside aerial enabling those favourite programmes to be watched if desired.
There is also a free-standing coffee table.
This caravan is on a secluded part of the site with stunning views of Mount Snowdon from its panoramic windows.
The private parking space is capable of taking 2 cars to the side of the caravan.
The park has a clubhouse which has a bar and large screened televisions. There is also a coffee shop which turns into an adult-only bar in the evenings.
Live entertainment during the season is available.
The swimming pool is heated to 28 degrees and is outdoor. Children under 18 need to be supervised. There is a children’s play area where no pets are allowed. A sports field is also provided.
The site which is dog friendly providing they are kept on a lead is beautifully landscaped with water features and is well maintained.
The staff are friendly and helpful answering any problems or queries promptly and efficiently.
The long sandy beach is only 2 minutes’ walk away with a large car park if desired. Water sports are popular and the sea is clear and great for swimming. Dolphins can occasionally be seen in the area.
Local attractions include an Iron Age fort, air museum and Caernarfon airport where local area air sightseeing trips can be made.
A short distance away is historic Caernarfon castle and walls and Port Merion where the cult 70’s drama ‘The Prisoner’ was filmed.
Local amenities opposite the beach include cafes, takeaways and a gift shop. There are pubs which serve food nearby, some of which offer free transport to and from the caravan park.