Glan Gwna Country Holiday Park Menai Bridge - SELF CATERING ACCOMMODATION
The Chalet is of brick and timber construction, an end-terrace of three and situated in a quiet corner of the holiday park called the Millstream.
It has a fitted kitchen that leads to the lounge and dining area; a bathroom with toilet, over-bath shower and a bathroom heater; two bedrooms, one with a double bed the other with two single beds.
It can accommodate a maximum of four people and is suitable for disabled people. Bedding is provided and the beds made up to await your arrival.
Heat, light and cooking are all electric with a £1.00 coin slot meter. Standard equipment includes electric heaters,microwave oven, vacuum cleaner, refrigerator, colour television, kettle, toaster,electric oven, ironing board and all necessary cooking utensils, pots, pans, glasses an cutlery for four people.
Anywhere within North Wales can be reached by car from Glan Gwna. Many of the well-publicised attractions are very close.
Caernarfon the ancient capital of Wales is within walking distance. The superbly preserved castle where Prince Charles was invested as the Prince of Wales is part of the old walled town and overlooks the harbour.
Arfon Leisure Centre in Caernarfon offers indoor sports for the energetic and includes squash, badminton, table tennis and swimming.
Anglesey with sandy beaches, its Druid History, its Sea Aquarium and splendid views of Snowdonia is only 30 minutes away by car.
Snowdon provides an irresistible challenge as well as magnificent views to the many visitors who explore its low level lakes or climb to the summit. (Less energetic if you take the mountain railway).
Llanberis Padarn Lake Railway and the slate museum is only 20 minutes away by car.
Swallow Falls and Betws y Coed is a favourite calling place on a drive around Snowdonia.
Llandudno with its dry ski-slope and Great Orme chairlift is a popular resort along the North Wales coast.
Rhyl is a well-known seaside resort with a beautiful beach as well as having a large leisure centre and wave pool.
Conwy an ancient town which has retained much of of the charm of the small harbour which once was its nerve centre.
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All are easily accessible from Glan Gwna
Caernarfon Air World At Dinas Dinlle with its "hands on" Air Museum, pleasure flights and flying training makes a fascinating visit for all the family. An irresistible and affordable attraction is a flight in a DeHavilland Rapide.
Dinas Dille Beach is just the place to relax in the summer months or to enjoy some fishing from the shore.
The entrance to the park is on the A4085 Caernarfon to Beddgelert road in the village of Caeathraw. Glan Gwna must be considered to be amongst the most desirable holiday parks in Wales. The terrain varies from flat open spaces, to steep wooded hillsides, whilst the river Seiont flows rapidly through a series of twist and turns to produce an abundance of beautiful, natural settings. Chalets have been carefully located to obtain maximum benefit from this environment and results in a choice to suit every taste.
On arrival all visitors will receive a pack, which comprises a toilet roll, two tea-towels, two hand towels, two bath towels.
Glan Gwna Country Holiday Park - Menai Bridge - Gwynedd