Llawrbetws Leisure is a quiet, peaceful family run site nestled in the heart of North Wales, bordering the Snowdonia National Park , The Clwydian Range and Dee Valley Area of Natural Beauty.
Situated on the A494 Corwen to Bala road, the park offers an excellent base to explore North Wales from, along with all of its attractions including plenty of local walks and stunning views of the surrounding mountains.
Owned and run by the Evans’ family, their previous experience of running a larger park stands them in good stead. Geraint, a Welsh speaker was originally a stock farmer and Jane worked in catering management. Their daughters, Ruth and Mary, whilst not directly involved in the business take an active interest. Spot, their Jack Russell, is a character and can be seen regularly enjoying a fuss.
Geraint and Jane both enjoy working in such an attractive part of the world and enjoy sharing it with their visitors.
Relax, take in the scenery and enjoy the beautiful mountains and other tourist attractions nearby including…
- Walking, hiking and mountain climbing
- White water rafting, Kayaks, Canoeing
- Mountain biking, road cycling and touring
- Fresh water course and fly fishing
- Extreme outdoor sport activities
- Days out and family excursions
Llawrbetws features 70 fully serviced pitches set within 15 acres, each with mains electric, water and piped gas. The majority of the pitches have far reaching views of the mountains and surrounding landscapes.
Llawrbetws has a small touring area for seasonal tourers and motor homes set in a very quiet and relaxed area of the park which has wonderful views of the surrounding rural countryside. Other facilities also on site.
Llawrbetws Uchaf is a large traditional farmhouse featuring six bedrooms, large family kitchen, traditional garden, hot tub, washing and drying facilities and a lounge complete with wood burning stove.