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Cae-Canol is a small family owned park comprising of separate sheltered flat fields consisting of :-

•  Privately Owned Static Caravans

        •  Motor Homes/Touring Caravans

•  Camping

•  Seasonal Tourer’s

•  and a dog walking field.

 

Facilities’ include:-

•  Spacious layout

•  Showers

• Electrical hook ups

 

The park is open from April until end of October.

 

The Aim

The aim of the owners is to provide a relaxed holiday location that enables visitors to maximise the many local attractions close to Cae-Canol.

 

Local Area

A truly fantastic area for walking, cycling, touring and relaxing ideally situated for exploring the natural attractions including mountains, coastal paths and local beaches.

 

There is a delightful river walk nearby passing through Llansystumdwy (boyhood home and the location of the Lloyd George Museum) the walk ultimately reaches the the coast and long the beach to Criccieth. The town has plenty of opportunity for refreshments before the return trip.

 

An area of outstanding beautiful attractions including the relatively unknown Cwm Pennant and Nantlle Ridge are nearby.  Within two miles of the Lôn Eifion, part of the national cycle route and Lôn Las, there is a 13 mile traffic free section that follows the route of a disused railway line from Bryncir to Caernarfon.  For further information refer to:-

http://www.ldwa.org.uk/ldp/members/show_path.php?path_name=Lon+Eifion

http://www.sustrans.org.uk/what-we-do/national-cycle-network/route-numbering-system/route-8


Caernarfon is situated on the dramatic Menai Strait and is a great place to relax or visit one of the many eating or drinking places.

 

Other local attractions include:-
 

•  The Welsh Highland  and Ffestiniog narrow gauge railway that run  through the scenic country side

 

•  South of Porthmadog the Italian style village ‘Portmerion’

 

•  Historical interest including the castle’s of Caernarfon, Criccieth and Harlech

 

•  The beaches along the peninsula are varied from secluded coves, small fishing villages to wide expanses such as Black Rock sands near Portmadog and Porth Dinllaen, Morfa Nefyn.

 

•  The small coastal town of Criccieth circa 2 miles, and has excellent selection of bars and restaurants, interesting shops and small stores.

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