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Set in Moelfre in the Gwynedd region with Lligwy Beach nearby, “Ty Hir Caravan” Moelfre offers accommodations with free private parking. We stayed for 2 nights and had a nice relaxing trip. The caravan was much bigger than we expected and although the decoration is old fashioned it’s very comfortable and you have everything you need. It’s in a great location with a cafe, shop and pub within a 2 minute walk. Russ and Joy were very welcoming and on hand to help if needed.
Beautiful place to stay and easy drives to other beaches and villages There is a nice pub and food Cafe and good homemade food Ice cream parlour and fish and chip shop all over looking the sea or on main costal road
Lovely coastal village with bags of marine character! Situated on the Coastal Path. Recommend Anne's Pantry for lunch or snacks. Free parking within 100m of paid car park. Lifeboat base and museum worth a visit.
Great walks & scenery , great pub on the front I think its The Kimmel Arms, very busy at 6pm when they start serving food, so leave it an hour and it'll calm down & the food wait will lessen. Staff very cheerful. Try the Ice cream parlour opposite the pub.. great venue. Have a look at the RNLI museum too well worth a visit.
Very picturesque place ... great views and great pub The Kimmel Arms (I think that’s the right name) very busy at 1800 when it starts serving food, but give it till about 1900 and it’s slackened off 🤣😄🍻🙂
A very old fashioned seaside village with a pebbly beach. Nice pub with good food can get busy at peak times, excellent chippy dinner need to book if you want to dine in, and a great ice cream parlor and cafe.
Small seaside village with good local (if a little expensive) pub and chippy. Stony beach but nearby lligwy beach is beautiful and sandy. Close to Interesting ancient village, burial chamber and chapel ruin.