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Welcome To Gadfa Touring Park

Mrs Amanda Byers
Gadfa Newydd
LL69 9UL

Tel :  07823 332553 / 07836 507816

Email :

Website : Gadfa Touring Park

Book a Pitch

Caravan and Motorhome Club
Members Only
5 Outfits Only

Gadfa Touring Park is a small and peaceful park for adults only. Here, you'll enjoy stunning views over unspoilt countryside with Parys Mountain to the west and the Snowdon Range in the east.

Escape to Gadfa, away from the hustle and bustle, set on glorious Welsh countryside with outstanding views and absolute peace and quiet. The park is close to many beaches and many quaint villages such as Moelfre & Beaumaris.
Unwind and relax away from the madness of everyday life on five pitches available for your tourer.

All pitches are level and include electric hook up. There are two water points conveniently positioned on the park. Choose from three hardstanding and two grass pitches. Dogs on leads welcome.

Water, electric hook up, and Elsan/CDP point on site. No shower block on site you must use the facilities in your own caravan or motorhome.

Self catering accommodation also available.

Facilities :

  • Suitable for Caravans and Motorhomes
  • Adults only
  • Electric hook up available
  • 2 Grass and 3 Hardstanding pitches
  • Scenic views
  • TV reception good
  • Self catering available

Nearby :

  • Villages Moelfre & Beaumaris

Open : 01 Mar 2022 - 31 Oct 2022

Pitch Fee : from £20

Reviews  ↓

Back again!

So 10 months on from our first ever trip out in our new motorhome and the first CL site we visited, we came back for a cheeky w/e away so that we could get away from work and home pressures. Rolled onto the site and said hello to Dale on the way in. Parked up on a hardstanding and got connected straight away with no issues. Noticed that Dale and Amanda had created a new hardstanding area next to No.2 where we were parked up. So now knowing the area a bit better we were able to explore a bit more. Dale did tell us about a good walk to do that he had discovered so we did about a third of that before the rains appeared :-( We also found a great little farm that did smoked produce just off the A5025 so we stocked up with cheese and meat goodies for our next getaway. Also dined out at the Freckled Angel on the high st of Menai Bridge so that would be a good shout for anyone who likes tapas or small plate menus. We also recognised that there is a bus stop on the A5025 opposite the end of the road that leads to the CL site which would be good to jump on and off to places if you didnt feel like driving especially some of the pubs that are on the side of the A5025. Unfortunately the weather wasnt on our side so we couldnt sit outside and bbq and chat with neighbours but this is a great CL site to use as a base now for this side of the island so is a solid go to place for Anglesey in our opinion. Simon and Sarah

We found a little piece of paradise on Anglesey

We found a little piece of paradise on Anglesey at Gadfa Touring Park. On arrival we received a very friendly and helpful welcome. Our pitch was perfect and had a wonderful view over the fields, looking towards the Snowdonia Mountain range. The site is easy to access and has water, EHU and grey waste point. There are bins for general waste and recycling and Elson point all discretely hidden on the site. The owners gave us information on local attractions such as Parry's Mountain, which has a landscape like Mars. Situated in Penysarn the site is ideal for visits to local bays and lovely beaches. The are Co op and Spar shops in nearby Amlwch and a Post Office and general store in Penysarn. The site was peaceful and tranquil. We will definitely be back next year. Thank you to the owners for making us feel so welcome and relaxed here.

Our first time!

We hadnt joined the CAMC at this point but booked this site on spec and so glad we did as we were the last and only people on site. Small but perfectly formed and presented site with absolutely everything you need for a Motorhome and all done to a very high std. Being our first time we made some of the beginners mistakes but it didnt detract from our experience as this site is on a slight rise behind the owners home. It makes it slightly windy being on the rise when out at the later end of the year but I can imagine summer being superb. We only met Mr Byers briefly but he was really friendly and gave us some great pointers of where to go and visit. Definitley a site we will revisit next year given that Anglesey is only an hour away from us.

Places of Interest Nearby  ↓

Directions : Cross over the Menai straits and turn right (signposted Benllech and Amlych A5025). Continue through Benllech to the traffic island and take the first exit. Stay on the A5025 at Moelfre, after 4.5 miles turn (signpost Gadfa). Site on the right in 0.2 miles.

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