Friday 5 May 2023

Glanlerry Caravan Park, Borth, Ceredigion

Glanlerry Caravan Park, Borth, Ceredigion

Glanlerry Caravan Park is a holiday home, touring and camping site situated amidst unspoilt countryside in Borth, Ceredigion yet only a few minutes' flat walk from the picturesque seaside village of Borth. Take a walk along the beach at Borth and view the remains of an ancient submerged forest.

Onsite facilities include:

Children's Adventure Playground.
Football Area with Goals.
Modern Toilet Block.
Laundry Room complete with T Dryer, W Machine, Deep Sinks & Baby Changing Facilities.
Calor Gas Stockists.

You can walk into the seaside village of Borth and find a range of independent shops, takeaways and unique pubs serving good quality food.

Shop in the local Nisa convenience store which is less than a 1 minute drive away.

The touring and camping field will be open from Mid March to Mid October.

They offer the following facilities for their touring/camping customers:
Modern Toilet Block with Hot & Cold Water.
Invigorating Power Showers (Payable).
Private Bathroom (Payable).
Laundry room with Washing Machine, Tumble Dryer and Deep Sinks with Hot Water for Dishwashing.
Baby Changing Facilities.
Children's Adventure Playground.
Football Area with Goals.
Chemical Toilet Disposal Point.
Calor Gas & Camping Gaz Stockists.

They do require a deposit to secure a pitch. Deposits are non-refundable but can be transferred (subject to availability) to another time within the season. Check in is from 1pm on the day of arrival and checkout is by 12 noon on the day of departure.

3 miles of golden sandy beach attract many families to the seaside resort of Borth. Swim in the sea off Borth's gently shelving beach, take the children to the rock pools or play games on the sand dunes/nature reserve managed by the Countryside Council for Wales at Ynyslas. This scenic, sandy spot, is also popular for its beauty and wide open spaces.

For superb scenery walk the coastal path from Borth to Aberystwyth, whilst at the summit make the most of the panoramic views by visiting the Camera Obscura, before taking a gentle ride down to the promenade via the Cliff Railway.
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