Bathafarn Hall touring Caravan Site lies amid unspoiled countryside at the foot of the Clwydian hills just 1 mile from the medieval market town of Ruthin.
This registered Caravan Club site is a truly peaceful oasis and provides stunning views of the Clwydian range and the Vale of clwyd, and consists of a flat 1 acre lawned area with electric points and a chemical disposal point.
This family run site is an excellent base to make friends, barbecue, read a book,or just relax with a glass of wine and watch as the sun sets on the distant hills.
The surrounding area offers a variety of walks, with Offa`s Dyke running the length of the Clwydian Range. Ruthin and the surrounding area are also popular with cyclists.
The market town of Ruthin is steeped in history and is linked to King Arthur and the Welsh Prince Owain Glyndwr, who burnt it to the ground in 1400. Ruthin has many listed buildings dated between the 16thand 19thcentury. Ruthin Castle was once a medieval fortress. It was rebuilt in 1830 and is now a hotel. Ruthin Gaol dates back to 1775. It was rebuilt in 2002 and is open to the public.
Two pools stocked with carp, tench, bream, rudd & roach.
Open all year weather permitting. Advance booking essential.
£10 per night - awnings £1 extra.
A five acre field is also available for caravan rallies [ picture below ]
The Fishery is just a short walk from the Caravan Park & is an ideal place to spend an enjoyable day or just a few hours.
£4 per rod - £6 per 2 rods.
Open to the public all year round.