The five best campsites in Wales – close to a pub!
AFTER patiently waiting for the hour to come, independent pubs and campsites have now reopened in Wales.
Many campsites are already reserved.
however, Camplify, the UK’s fastest growing RV and RV sharing community, has listed some of Wales’ best campsites near the pub.
Visit www.camplify.co.uk to discover a selection of local motorhomes and motorhomes to take you there!
1. Family fun in a motorhome in Pembrokeshire
Situated between the historic capital of St David’s and the harbor town of Milford Haven, the spacious beer garden of the Rising Sun, its convenient location and charming on-site restaurant are key to bringing a motorhome vacation to life.
In addition, the toilets, hot showers and laundry room allow you not to miss any of your daily caravanning comforts. Head to nearby breathtaking natural destinations such as award-winning Pembrokeshire Blue Flag beaches or family attractions such as Folly Farm Adventure Park.
Rising Sun Touring Caravan Park and Campsite: Â£ 30.00 per pitch, per night in July and August.
For more information visit www.therisingsun-west.co.uk
2. Explore the epic Brecon Beacons and beautiful Borders
If you are located on the other side of the country, this Rising Sun campsite might be a more suitable option for your motorhome vacation.
Not far from the stunning rugged scenery of the Welsh and English border in Monmouthshire and on the edge of the unbeatable Brecon Beacons National Park, make your way to The Rising Sun, Camping & Caravan Site at Oakley the Van.
Cycle through the spectacular scenery along the historic Offa’s Dyke National Trail or climb the heights towards the summit of Sugarloaf Mountain.
Return to dine at the on-site restaurant, served in the spacious beer garden.
The Rising Sun Campsite, Â£ 25 per night (two people plus electricity; additional guests Â£ 5 per person per night).
For more information visit www.therisingsunpandy.com
3. Lakeside staycations near Snowdonia National Park
The epic mountain views and lakefront location aren’t your usual RVing facilities, but the pub-come-camping, Y Giler Arms stands out above the rest.
Just a stone’s throw from Snowdonia National Park and a few miles from the charming little village of Betws-y-Coed, sit back and enjoy a lakeside pint at this friendly North Wales campsite pub.
Serving award-winning real ale, fine wines and home cooked meals, and to top it off, it’s dog friendly too! Price: from Â£ 15 per night; connection Â£ 5pn.
For more information visit www.giler.co.uk/Campsite/
4. Surf the summer fun in South Wales
Just half a mile from the beautiful golden beaches of Dunraven Bay, the Three Golden Cups Pub and Campground in Bridgend is a beach and water sports lover’s paradise.
The super sustainable, low impact site is on the Heritage Coast of Wales, not far from the popular seaside town of Porthcawl. Take a walk on the cliffs of Southerndown, relax on the beach or ride the waves at the on-site surf school.
In the evening, the pub comes alive with jukebox tunes and even live music, enjoy delicious home-cooked meals and then settle into the comfort of your motorhome for a restful night’s sleep. From Â£ 17 per night.
5. Mountain hikes and microbrewery visits in Snowdonia Parc
If you consider yourself a craft beer lover, a motorhome break at North Wales-based Snowdonia Parc might be to your liking.
Hop in your motorhome and make the most of the stunning mountain views, peaceful riverside setting and an authentic Welsh microbrewery famous for its range of delicious, award-winning beers.
Walk through the unspoiled landscapes at the foot of Snowden or board a traditional steam train with the Welsh Highland Railway to explore the nearby towns of Caernarfon and Porthmadog.
Once you’re thirsty, sample the delicious beers produced at the microbrewery.
Learn more about www.snowdonia-park.co.uk/campsite