Aberdunant Hall Holiday Park
Aberdunant Hall Holiday Park in the Porthmadog region of Wales is idyllically located within Snowdonia National Park - an area of outstanding natural beauty offering a wide range of outdoor activities and acting as a haven for many species of wildlife. The park is well located for those wishing to enjoy beautiful beaches too and the vibrant fishing port is just a stones throw away.
The site itself is very peaceful and popular with families seeking a relaxing base and high quality accommodation. Facilities include a children's play area and an inviting restaurant and bar serving delicious food with a local flavour. There is also a launderette. Local attractions include the National Botanic Gardens of Wales and Dinefwr Park and Castle.
Aberdunant Hall Holiday Park offers several options for accommodation including caravans and lodges. Caravans sleep from 4-6 people and pets are welcome in Elm 2 and Oak models.
The lodges offer more luxurious accommodation and are perfect for families looking for more space. The Bluebell Lodges have one double bedroom with ensuite, one twin bedroom and additional sleeping space for 2 in the lounge. They also have well equipped kitchens with dishwasher and a furnished patio area with private outdoor hot tub. Lodge breaks start from just £303 in low season.
Our Top Tip
"Families may enjoy a trip to Merlin Hill Centre - a working dairy farm offering fun activities for children of all ages."
- Restaurant and bar
- Children’s play area
- Nature trails
- Launderette *
- All facilities available for all dates.
- * Charges Apply.
- A selection of two and three bedroom caravans.
- Outdoor hot tub (in Snowdon Spa 2 and 3 only)
- Kitchen including microwave
- Bed linen and duvets
- Gas and electricity included
- Decking or patio area with picnic bench
- Travel cots and highchairs £10pw each
- Group bookings may be subject to restrictions
- Pets £25pw each (max 2)
- (in Woodland Elm 2 and Woodland Elm 3 only)
- All non smoking accommodation
Snowdon Spa 2
12ft-wide caravan with one double and one twin. Double glazed and centrally heated. Outdoor hot tub. No pets.
Snowdon Spa 3
12ft-wide caravan with one double and two twin. Double glazed and centrally heated. Outdoor hot tub. No pets.
Date of stay: 1st September 2017
Accommodation type: Snowdon 3
Caravan was great-modern, clean, warm and relatively spacious.
Date of stay: 28th August 2017
Accommodation type: Elm 2
Everything we needed was there for us.
Loved it....will be returning next year.
We did have a good holiday. The site was lovely and very picturesque nice lot of walks.
The caravan was spacious, the one problem was there was not anywhere to hang anything coats or towels in the bathroom no towel holder it was a bit inconvenient.
The cleanliness could have been a bit better there was food stuck in the plughole little things that make a difference.
On the whole we had a lovely time.
We did not use the restaurant.
Excellent accommodation at a very reasonable price! Couldn't fault a thing
Excellent Accommodation all 10 only slight problem with freezer in fridge so 9 for fittings
Date of stay: 8th July 2017
Accommodation type: Snowdon 2
Did not use restaurant
Date of stay: 23rd June 2017
Accommodation type: Snowdon 3
Excellent. The woodland setting was a bonus providing shade with the weather being very hot. My only criticism was the lack of a fan in the caravan.
Date of stay: 19th June 2017
Accommodation type: Snowdon 3
Beautiful caravan and would highly recommend. Picnic bench on the patio could have done with a sunshade as we were there in temperatures of 28c think this should have been provided
Lovely setting plenty of walks for our dog caravan spotless would return in the summer
Peaceful setting, pristine caravan, a perfect break
stayed for 4 nights from 18.09.17, nice site, caravan was lovely, had a great meal in the restaurant, only 10 min from Porthmadog, would definitely go back if we got another good deal.
The Park location and site were excellent. Well laid out with plenty of space between caravans. The caravan itself was lovely, although the guest room (twin room) was a bit of a tight squeeze but we managed. The hotel, bar and restaurant looked amazing but we did not dine there. The only slight downside was that the children's play area was very small.
Stayed here in a caravan with my family, in laws and our dog. Couldn't have asked for a better caravan as was brand new! Can't fault the park at all and it's surroundings. If there's one thing that would make it better then that's a shop on site that you could get fresh milk bread etc. Loved it and have booked for a few days in the hotel next year as a walking break for my husband and I.
This caravan park is gorgeous-set in stunning surroundings and close to beaches, quaint towns and mountains. The park is beautifully maintained and our caravan was modern, clean and warm. I'd definitely come again!
had a bad experience with reception.but the park was wonderful.
Second time we've visited and hopefully not the last.
Visited over 8 years ago and lovely to see the site has grown but kept the same feel. The walks in the site are beautiful and lots to see on bikes/walks.
Stayed in a caravan this time and found them clean, spacious and well stocked with cutlery etc. and an ensuite, lovely surprise!
Only draw backs were:
No towels, had thought that as we had the hot tub option, the towels would have been provided. This meant we had to blast the heating to get the towels dried for the hot tub and showers, as well as trying to dry the floors etc.
Play park, strange layout with the bars, you can swing from one side to the other but then no where to go from there, no way into the climbing area and below was a picnic bench sticking out from underneath. Daughter had a nasty fall where she had gone all the way across and then dropped, right onto the corner of the picnic bench. Very nasty scratch and bruise resulted. Would recommend either removing the additional panel which had been put in to not allow entrance in to the climbing frame from the monkey bars, or removing the picnic bench
Very good site, good staff not enough information for surrounding area
Absolutely wonderful site and beautiful caravan in the best location. Excellent woodland walks straight from the site and absolutely brilliantly catered for four legged members of the family. Situated central of beautiful countryside and access to 'Snowdonian Park'. Facilities were fine for us as just enjoy the great outdoors but nothing for children if they need 'entertaining'.
Glasfryn Activity Parc is an award winning year round attraction with plenty of facilities to keep the whole family happy. Quad Bikes, Archery, Soft Play and even Wakeboarding can all be enjoyed. The site also has a fantastic farm shop, a café and 10 pin bowing complex.
This attraction is really something special and has reached the finals of the "Best Family Day Out" category in the National Tourism Awards for Wales. It's actually the only attraction in North Wales to be shortlisted for this prestigious award. Located in the Snowdonia region there are many rides and activities including Jungle Boat Adventure, Den Building, Green Dragon Roller Caoster, Treetop Towers and the BareFoot Trail. Kids of all ages will love it here and we think it's excellent value as well.
An adventure boat company in the heart of Wales. Whether it's adrenaline fueled fun, or a relaxing river tour, you and your family will want to book up with Rib Ride. Ride a 'RIB' boat on the Menai Strait or take a Bear Grylls adventure boat tour. Very highly reviewed on Trip Advisor. Tours for bridges and swells, puffin and seals, castle and islands and more.
Penrhyn Castle is a neo-Norman castle is located in the stunning Gwynedd region of Wales. The castle will appeal to those who enjoy sites of historical interest as well as to families looking to enjoy a fun day out. The Castle is in very good condition and guided tours are on offer. Don't miss a look at the grand hall with its exquisite collection of paintings or the Victorian Kitchen which gives amazing insight into the running of the Castle. Other highlights include the Servants Rooms and the one ton slate bed which was originally made for Queen Victoria.