Llanfair Bach certificated site, Holyhead

Llanfair Bach, Holyhead
  • Location and surroundings, quiet enough, near the beach
  • Pricing and value for money
  • Facilities available
  • Access for larger motorhomes


A C.S. offering good value for money stop overs for ferry users.

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Llanfair Bach is a Camping and Caravanning Club certificated site, offering five pitches plus space for tents. The site is less than one mile from the Holyhead ferry terminal, so this site is a very convenient stop over for those travelling to and from Ireland.

Llanfair Bach

Hook up and fresh water connections.

Electric hook ups are available and some pitches have their own fresh water tap. The hard stands are of a very generous size and are formed with slate pieces.

Llanfair Bach Holyhead

Good size, long and wide pitches

Unusually for a CS type site, toilets and showers are available. There is also a pot wash area and of course a chemical disposal point. The surrounding area is flat, so cycling and walking is easy, with almost direct access to the beach.

Just a few minutes walk away – the Penrhos Retail Park offers a selection of “out of town” shops such as Brantano, Tesco, Wilkinson and Argos. Closer to the port, Lidl and Iceland, so you can stock up before boarding the ship!

All in all, the Llanfair Bach certificated site makes for a good, quiet stopover for ferry users. There is a little more information available on the Camping and Caravanning Club website.

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