Hendre Mynach is a family and couples friendly camp site for touring caravans and tents. We are just 100 metres from Barmouth Beach in North West Wales, on the new 'Wales Coast Path' and cycle route 8.
A main train line from the Midlands runs through to Barmouth on a regular basis. The A496 road serves Hendre Mynach Caravan Park, and pedestrians can walk from our site directly onto Barmouth Promenade.
Responsible dog owners and happy hounds are welcome here. Barmouth is a dog-friendly town and the beach has a large dog excercise zone. Many of the establishments in town allow dogs, which makes for a more relaxed holiday for canines and their companions.
The stunning hills around Barmouth offer breathtaking views; a photographer's paradise. There are plenty of walks to enjoy, from the gentle, level strolls along the promenade and all the way to Dolgellau on the old railway line, to more challenging climbs including the famous Cadair Idris, and many lesser trodden trails amongst wooded glades and sandy beaches.
Barmouth is a great base for many activities in North West Wales.
Our static caravan is tucked away in a real sunspot on site and has a small garden area with outdoor furniture for you to enjoy al fresco meals.
The caravan sleeps 5:
1 double room, 1 twin room & 1 bed settee in the lounge.
Sadly not suitable for wheelchair users, although there is a disabled shower and toilet facility for those who can manage the caravan steps but need the features the disabled shower can offer. No smoking or pets allow
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This page was last updated: 06 June 2013