Fron Caravan & Camping Park is a campsite in Dwyran, Anglesey.This terraced camp site and camp site with sloping grounds has which are marked out, pitches without shade and pitches with some shade.
The following rules apply to pets at (Fron Caravan & Camping Park):
- Dog(s) permitted in low season (if on a lead)
- Dog(s) permitted in high season (if on a lead)
For sportive holidaymakers the camp site offers various cycle routes. The camp site has an outdoor swimming pool and an indoor pool with sliding roof.
Detail information about this campsite
"Properly maintained campsite with swimming pool. Many tourist attractions in the area."
Average rating: 6.8
- Toilet facilities
- Price - quality comparison
- Child friendliness
- Swimming pool
If you are lucky enough to own a caravan and be secreted away in the field behind the house you may have a lovely holiday. However, if you have the misfortune of being pitched at the front of the house (especially in a tent) then beware. We turned up to a friendly greeting from Mark and were told there was a little building work going on in the day and pointed to a small area with a tiny digger (the smallest you can get), we thought doesn’t look too bad so stupidly pitched our tent and went about the rest of our day. Only to be awoken the next morning by a dumper truck delivering a pile of gravel or similar at precisely 7:20am. Again stupidity reigned on our part and we thought ah well it’s a one off after all they’re just working on that small patch. So once again we continued on with our day, arriving back at the tent on the evening (around 7pm) a slightly bigger digger had arrived to replace the smaller digger. Thought nothing of it and went to bed. Only to once again be awoken by another delivery at precisely 7:20am. We decided to look on the bright side, yes we were having early morning wake up calls by a delivery of building materials each morning, but the rest of the holiday was going well so we’d just accept it and get on with it. This is when it became even worse. We arrived back at the tent for tea (about 5pm) a bulldozer had arrived on site and combined with the digger and other various equipment they continued to make noise until 6pm, it truly was like being on a building site! During all of this not one of the owners ever asked how we were getting on or how our stay was going. Then worse was to come that evening a pack of dogs from what sounded like across the road barked from 11pm until 6am. So we stayed up all night, my husband managed to collar George and ask him about the dogs. Now George is a self-righteous old chap (he thinks he knows everything) and we were told there are no dogs! Then the only other person to be pitched at the front of the house (he was in a caravan) walked past us and commented about the noise. My husband then went and spoke to him and he and his wife had also been kept awake through the night by these dogs (that George refused to acknowledge existed). The caravan owner was booked to leave that day, but informed us he would have gone anyhow after that night. With tiredness getting the better of us we decided to stay, waited for the delivery at precisely 7:20am (it was spot on time) and waited for the building site to begin at 8am (again spot on time) and left the campsite to go and find a quiet spot to recover from no sleep. That day of our holiday was completely spoilt we were like the walking dead. We tried to stay away from the building site we were camped on, but heat and tiredness got the better of us and we returned to the campsite at around 5pm and waited until 6pm for some piece and quiet. We were both that tired we were convinced nothing would keep us awake that night - how wrong we were! We fell asleep around 9pm only to be awoken by a pack of barking dogs at 2am, they didn’t stop again until 6am. And spot on 7:20am you guessed it delivery number 4! That was when my husband once again went to find George and tell him about the dogs. and George is a very rude man. Still insisting there were no dogs! Sarcastically pointing out there are working dogs in the countryside - after thirty plus years of camping this was plain insulting! He eventually and begrudgingly agreed to give us some of our money back so we could leave. I’ve never felt such relief as I did when I left here. We were two tired to drive the whole way back and found a little campsite near Betws-y-Coed that’s on a sheep farm with working dogs and you’ll be amazed to know George, these dogs don’t bark continuously all night! All I can say is if you enjoy not being told you’ll be pitched by a building site, if you like to stay up all night, if you like dated showers and toilets (they were very clean though) and if you want to camp on a site that only sells one type of gas bottle and no basic provisions (plus charges you 10p per ice pack to put in the freezer) then this is the site for you. If you don’t then try any other site on the planet.
- Guide price 1
- Guide price 2
- Period of opening
- 01-04-2019 till 30-09-2019
- 2 ha
- Number of touring pitches
- 74 (100 - 120m2)
- Number of camper pitches
- Number of permanent pitches
- Campsite suitable for disabled persons
* Amenities in bold are not included in the overnight price. Some may need to be paid for. (This does not imply that all amenities not in bold are free!)
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Washing, washing-up, cooking
Food, drink and groceries
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Situation of campsite
Address & Route
Would you like to book Fron Caravan & Camping Park or request more information? You can do both using the information below.
Fron Caravan & Camping Park
LL61 6TX / Brynsiencyn/Anglesey
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First exit Britannia Bridge direction Llanfairpwl, A5. Then exit Newborough, Brynsiencyn A4080. Stay on this road, campsite on the right after approx. 800 metres. After the village of Brynsiencyn.
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