Tai Hirion Farm, Pentraeth, Anglesey

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Escape to the tranquility of Tai Hirion Farm, a charming family-run campsite nestled on the scenic island of Anglesey. Surrounded by panoramic views of the majestic Snowdonia Mountains and adjacent to a working dairy farm, our picturesque site offers a peaceful retreat for tent campers and tourers alike. Indulge in the authentic farm experience with a visit to our onsite honesty shop, offering fresh milk, cheese, and more, straight from the farm. Take advantage of our convenient location, just a short ten-minute drive from the pristine Traeth Benllech Beach and the vibrant city of Bangor, while Snowdonia National Park beckons with its breathtaking landscapes just 25 minutes away. Nestled amidst tranquil country lanes, yet easily accessible from the A55, our peaceful site provides the perfect base for exploring Anglesey's treasures. Whether you prefer coastal adventures or countryside escapades, Tai Hirion Farm offers endless possibilities within a short drive. Choose from our selection of 15 non-electric and 15 electric pitches, each accommodating up to five guests and boasting ample space for relaxation. Additionally, for caravan, campervan, and motorhome enthusiasts, we offer 55 fully serviced hardstanding pitches, complete with a 16 amp electric hookup, TV hook up, water taps, and grey waste disposal facilities for your convenience. Savor the joys of outdoor cooking with our BBQ-friendly policy, ensuring memorable evenings of al fresco dining. Bring along your furry friends to join in the fun, as dogs are welcome on the site when kept on a lead. Experience the beauty of Tai Hirion Farm from March 14th to October 31st, as we invite you to unwind, explore, and create cherished memories amidst the natural splendor of Anglesey.


Family friendly Near beach Showers Allow pets Fires allowed Glamping Bike hire Toilets W.C. disposal Glamping Café / restaurant Drinking water
£ 45 
Per Night

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