Bron-Y-Wendon Touring Park
Wern Road, Llanddulas, Colwyn Bay, Conwy, LL22 8HG
North Wales holiday park with outstanding sea views which is open all year.
Bron-Y-Wendon offers facilities of an exceptional standard. The 130 touring pitches are terraced, mostly on hardstanding, with some super pitches. The whole park is immaculately maintained. Plus, there’s a late-arrival area with hook-up and WiFi on the park.
It’s off the A55 (junction 23), then just off the A547 and access for large caravans and motorhomes is wide and easy. The panoramic coastal view from the campsite is the real appeal, though, and nearby are a wide range of attractions and activities with Snowdonia, Anglesey, Llandudno, Conwy and Chester all within easy reach.
Bron-Y-Wendon is surrounded by beautiful scenery, with many different villages to visit in the Conwy area, as well as the Snowdonia National Park within driving distance. If you're looking to stay along the coast this is the ideal place for you. Llanddulas beach is down the road and there are many seaside resorts, promenades and piers nearby. The village of Llanddulas itself has shops and pubs. The site is adjacent to the Wales Coast Path and Cycle Route.
On site you can enjoy:
- Hardstanding and grass pitches
- 16 Amp electric hook-up
- Fully serviced pitches
- Modern and clean facilities
- Disabled facilities
- Dog friendly
- Washing-up sinks
- Calor gas
- Children's play area
Trip Advisor Reviews
Summer hols 19 04/09/2019
This site is great it's setting makes it a perfect base for seeing around the local and amazing part of the country. It's excellently kept and is very clean and tidy the shower block is great the...
lovely relaxing break 30/08/2019
stayed here recently for a long weekend with family, place just a few minutes away from a55 so easy to get to, staff all very nice and friendly and toilets and shower block clean. weather mostly...
Almost great 28/08/2019
Pros: very clean, very pleasant staff, nice facilities, well kept, welcoming Cons: seasonal campers have the best pitches but make certain areas look like a travellers site with flags, lights...