Owned and run by the Williams Family, Penrhyn Bay Caravan Park is situated on the North West Coast of Anglesey, on headlands overlooking Holyhead Bay and the Skerries Lighthouse. The park comprises a touring area of 32 acres with pitches for touring caravans (with electric hook ups) and tents.


The park is surrounded by the sea on three sides, with a large sandy beach to one side, sheltered coves offering safe bathing on the other side and miles and miles of Irish sea in front.


With acres of unspoilt countryside on its doorstep, Penrhyn also has many fine walks, both along the coast and inland, offering bird watchers and nature lovers plenty to see, or just to give you an appetite before a beach barbeque at the end of a long enjoyable day.


We aim to make your stay with us an enjoyable experience and offer an extensive range of site facilities.


  • heated indoor swimming pool
  • shop
  • camping and calor gas for sale
  • laundry and washing facilities
  • modern centrally heated wash block
  • disabled facilities
  • children’s play area
  • games room
  • all-weather tennis court


 One of the major features of the park is its sheer size, allowing space for everyone, room to fly kites or play football, cricket or just untangle fishing lines after a day’s fishing at sea or on one of the local freshwater lakes.


For water sports enthusiasts, windsurfing, sailing and water-skiing are all popular activities. The park has its own sheltered slipway allowing the safe launching of all types of small craft. Please note, we have a policy of not accepting jet skis.


Many of our visitors have been coming to Penrhyn since the park first opened in 1955 and they keep returning, obviously they like what we have to offer. We hope you do too and look forward to welcoming you to stay with us in 2014!


Anglesey has many places of interest to visit - there really is something for everyone.


Anglesey is now recognised as one of only a handful of Geo-Parks on planet Earth.


There are many ancient Celtic monuments, fine castles and stately homes.


The Isle of Anglesey Coastal Path is a 125 mile route, that follows much of the island’s coastline, including through our farm land.


For the active, Anglesey can provide horse riding, golf, rock climbing, canoeing, sailing, windsurfing, and many more outdoor activities.


Children are well catered for too, with country parks and local attractions.


Anglesey has many fine restaurants and pubs which cater for all tastes. But if seafood is your favourite, then visit the Lobster Pot, an internationally renowned seafood restaurant in nearby Church Bay.


Trearddur Bay


Our reception area will be able to provide more information about any of the activities or places of interest.


Further information about the Isle of Anglesey can be found at

Please download our disability access statement