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Tan-Y-Don Caravan Park
Wales Prestatyn, Denbighshire
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Tan-Y-Don Caravan Park is a peaceful and relaxing holiday location. Set against the stunning backdrop of the Clywdian Hills, it's just a short walk to the safe, sandy beaches at Prestatyn. The seaside attractions at Rhyl and Snowdonia National Park are both excellent for trips out and there are plenty of activities locally as well as wonderful walks with stunning views.

The park is convenient for transport links with a bus stop, taxi rank and train station all within easy reach. There's a large children's play area and a good local pub and supermarket nearby, as well as a public indoor swimming pool, bowls and ten pin bowling centre. The landscaped gardens are beautifully kept and offer great strolls right from your doorstep.

Gold 3 is a comfortable caravan for up to eight people. It has one double bedroom and two twin rooms and there's ample room in the lounge area for two more people to sleep. It has a flat screen TV with DVD and Freeview and a well equipped kitchen with a microwave and fridge/freezer.

Discover the stunning Bodelwyddan Castle near Rhyl - the Grade II listed building was built in around 1460 and it's set in 260 acres of parkland with a museum and formal gardens. The Welsh Mountain Zoo sits high above Colwyn Bay with panoramic views. Its focus is on conservation and you can learn about global species like snow leopards, chimps and red pandas.

  • Ideal for exploring
  • Close to sandy beach
  • Tranquil setting
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Gold 2
Fri 26th Oct 2018
Sleeps 4
Pets 2
Gold 2
Fri 26th Oct 2018
Sleeps 4
Pets 2
New in 2016. Modern caravan with one double and one twin.
3 Nights
£279.00
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Gold 3
Fri 26th Oct 2018
Sleeps 6
Pets 2
Gold 3
Fri 26th Oct 2018
Sleeps 6
Pets 2
New in 2016. Modern caravan with one double and two twin.
3 Nights
£279.00
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Tan-Y-Don Caravan Park

Tan-Y-Don Caravan Park is a peaceful and relaxing holiday location. Set against the stunning backdrop of the Clywdian Hills, it's just a short walk to the safe, sandy beaches at Prestatyn. The seaside attractions at Rhyl and Snowdonia National Park are both excellent for trips out and there are plenty of activities locally as well as wonderful walks with stunning views.

The park is convenient for transport links with a bus stop, taxi rank and train station all within easy reach. There's a large children's play area and a good local pub and supermarket nearby, as well as a public indoor swimming pool, bowls and ten pin bowling centre. The landscaped gardens are beautifully kept and offer great strolls right from your doorstep.

Gold 3 is a comfortable caravan for up to eight people. It has one double bedroom and two twin rooms and there's ample room in the lounge area for two more people to sleep. It has a flat screen TV with DVD and Freeview and a well equipped kitchen with a microwave and fridge/freezer.

Discover the stunning Bodelwyddan Castle near Rhyl - the Grade II listed building was built in around 1460 and it's set in 260 acres of parkland with a museum and formal gardens. The Welsh Mountain Zoo sits high above Colwyn Bay with panoramic views. Its focus is on conservation and you can learn about global species like snow leopards, chimps and red pandas.

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Park Facilities
  • Children’s play area
  • Launderette *
  • All facilities available for all dates.
  • * Charges Apply.
Accommodation features
  • A choice of two and three bedroom caravans.
  • Flat screen TV with Freeview/DVD
  • Wi-Fi
  • Kitchen including microwave and fridge/freezer
  • Shower
  • Bed linen and duvets
  • Beds made up for your arrival
  • Double glazed and centrally heated
  • Gas and electricity included
  • Gated verandah with garden furniture
  • Group bookings may be subject to restrictions
  • Pets £20pw each (max 2)
  • All non smoking accommodation
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Where's Tan-Y-Don Caravan Park?
Sue, Lichfield
Date of stay: 8th October 2018
Brilliant week
Yvonne, Warrington
Date of stay: 7th September 2018
Lovely small park, caravan had a veranda which was brilliant for the dog. Great location to travel out from have already recommended it. Staff were very helpful, I had a flat tyre and an owner on the site helped me too change it and gave me local knowledge of where to go to get it fixed. Lovely well maintained site.
David, Edinburgh
Date of stay: 16th July 2018
Best caravan Ive been in,, clean comfortable and modern,,,and having an enclosed garden made it even better. Location excellent for beach and exploring .. a small store and pub minutes away also.
Susan, Stockport
Date of stay: 9th March 2018
We had an amazing stay here lovely friendly park. Immaculately clean caravan with everything you need for a comfortable stay. Will definitely be returning it's like a hidden gem.
Jane, Letchworth
Date of stay: 5th March 2018
Brilliant time, great small break with a few friends in lovely relaxing area.
Paul, Clitheroe
Date of stay: 3rd November 2017
The caravan was spotless and very well equipped.
Samantha, West Midlands
Date of stay: 22nd September 2017
I had a fab time and can't wait to go back
Stephen, Stoke On Trent
Date of stay: 24th July 2017
Everything spot on
Marie, Liverpool
Date of stay: 27th March 2017
Peaceful place and clean
Stephen, Stoke On Trent Staffs
Date of stay: 14th November 2016
Stayed here twice now lovely little site and beautiful caravan so glad it's pet friendly site.
Carla, Birmingham
Date of stay: 28th October 2016
Amazing caravan in a gorgeous setting friendly helpful staff. We are already booked to stay again next year
Dawn, Stockport
Date of stay: 29th July 2016
The kitchen was ill equipped. We struggled to cook for a family of 4.
Stephen, Stoke On Trent Staffs
Date of stay: 4th July 2016
Would recommend to other people so pet friendly and lovely surroundings
Margaret, Oldham
Date of stay: 2nd May 2016
Modern caravan, very clean and tidy
Audrey, Leicester
Date of stay: 25th March 2016
Second time here and had a great time,caravan very clean,warm,loads of space and wi if.would highly recommend
Harry
Caravan 18 Value for Price. Very COLD Stay. SNOW and Strong Winds - Heating coped WELL. Would return to this site again.
Alice
Welcoming staff, really clean warm caravan on arrival. Quite and clean caravan park.
JANE
Considering the extreme weather conditions (-10) the extremely helpful owner managed to get the frozen pipe issues resolved on our arrival and also upgraded our caravan, couldn't ask for more in the circumstances. A very very clean, warm, cosy caravan and the site was tidy, well cared for and situated 5 mins from the beach.
Paul
The staff at this site are very helpful and the site is spotless and well maintained. It is only a small site with many resedential caravans so it is very quiet. It is well located for the beach and park, only 5 minutes away. There is a good Spar, a first class fish and chip shop and pub a very short walk away. The beach is very good with plenty of space for dogs. The caravan was again spotless, in superb condition and cannot be faulted. A small verandah was ideal for our dog to get some fresh air in safety
Samantha
Loved every minute of my stay. The staff were very helpful and friendly, the site was quiet and convenient for anything I needed. The caravan was spotless and the staff even left me tea, coffee and milk. I am looking forward to going back
Jane
We stayed at tan y don for 4 nights and we had a really lovely time. The site is so lovely and is nice and quiet and peaceful. I would really recommend it. We will definitely book again to come here!
Stephen
Really good place to stay can't fault it
Shelley
What a lovely little break away! Lovely staff and the accommodation was great. It was spotless and great value for 8 of us plus the dog. I will be booking to go again
Amanda
Was an amazing week staff were really friendly would definitely book again
Sue
Fantastic holidaye and a beautiful caravan
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Fun Days Out near Tan-Y-Don Caravan Park

about 2 Miles
The Seaquarium in Rhyl is a fantastic choice for a family day trip offering the chance to meet strange and exotic marine life from all around the world. The sea animals here come from the depths of the Amazon, Pacific & Indian Oceans as well as from around UK shores. Slimy Eels, scary Sharks and creepy Piranhas are all there to be seen as well as beautiful and elegant Rays. The site also has a café and a gift shop where children can pick up a souvenir. A ticket for a family of 4 is just £27.00
about 9 Miles
Greenfield Valley Heritage Park in Flintshire has something for everyone including a museum, gardens, play area, small petting farm and visitors centre. The beautiful areas of woodland around the site are abundant with wildlife and ideal for walking, cycling and nature trails. A family ticket is just £10.50 so this is the ideal outing if you are on a tight budget. Seasonal tickets are also available from just £28.00 for a family of 4 and allow unlimited entry.
about 9 Miles
St Winefride's Well in Flintshire is described at one of the 7 wonders of Wales and is shrouded in mystery and intrigue. Legend has it that the well first erupted at the spot where Caradog cut off the nuns head with his sword. The shrine was then erected in her memory in the first decade of the sixteenth century and remains one of the holiest places in Wales. The stunning temple and well attract visitors from all over the world. Water can be drawn from the spring basin within the crypt and is thought to be lucky.
about 13 Miles
Located in the North of Wales with a spectacular setting high above Colwyn Bay this is a lovely zoo which makes an excellent family day out.  Highlights include the Chimp Encounter, Penguin Parades, Bear Falls and the Children's Farm.  The setting is perfect for walking around and you can take in the superb scenery, roam the wooded pathways and relax on the grassy slopes.  There are many rare and endangered species to see and learn about including the Snow Leopards and the Red Pandas not to mention the Sumatran Tigers. You can also buy the experience of being a zoo keeper for a day, either for yourself or as a gift.
about 17 Miles
Wepre Country Park is home to one of the largest play areas in Wales and is perfect for a fun family day out during the summer months. The site has miles of attractive woodland to be explored and cycling and nature trails are very popular ways to see the best of the area. The grounds of the historic estate also have beautiful gardens with stunning floral displays and there is plenty of open space for children to play. An annual events programme ensures that seasonal activities take place regularly including spooky Halloween Walks, Christmas Carol Singing and Ranger led events. There is also a visitor's centre with a small shop.
about 17 Miles
A visit to Great Orme Ancient Mines is offers a fun and educational daytrip for families. The amazing site allows visitors to explore the copper mines which are thought to date back to the Bronze Age but were only discovered in 1987 during a landscaping project. The tours provide an insight into the way of life for miners over 3,500 years ago. A family ticket is just £16.00
about 19 Miles
Pen-Y-Ffrith Bird Garden is an 18 acre site, filled with glorious woodland, dramatic gardens, streams, ponds and a 3 acre lake. As the seasons change so do the delights of the park. During springtime the bluebell woods are spectacular while in the summer the bog garden is a favourite attraction with some unusual displays of flora and fauna. In the autumn a walk through the ravine with its flowing waterfalls in not to be missed. There are also several yearly events to enjoy including the Bat walk in September.
about 22 Miles
Fantastic attraction in the Cheshire region suited to family days out as well as school and corporate visits.  The "Jawsome" sharks are a sight to behold and new for 2010 is the Tarantula Tower.  You can save time and money by bookings online and at the moment they are offering a discount of £2.00 per person when you book this way.  Winner of the Visit Chester and Cheshire Best Tourism Experience of the Year - you can be assured of a fun and educational day out.  Look out for special events throughout the year including Boo! Planet Halloween and Otter Month.
about 27 Miles
Llangollen Wharf is one of the major attractions in North Wales and is an excellent place to spend the day as a family. The Wharf is situated in the peaceful market town of Llangollen - now part of a World Heritage Site. Horse Drawn Boat Trips are available along the feeder for the main canal and are a unique way to explore the area. Motorised Aqueduct Cruises are also on offer for those who prefer a slightly faster pace. Both trips allow visitors to take in all the magnificent sites of Llangollen Canal.
about 29 Miles
Penrhyn Castle is a neo-Norman castle is located in the stunning Gwynedd region of Wales. The castle will appeal to those who enjoy sites of historical interest as well as to families looking to enjoy a fun day out. The Castle is in very good condition and guided tours are on offer. Don't miss a look at the grand hall with its exquisite collection of paintings or the Victorian Kitchen which gives amazing insight into the running of the Castle. Other highlights include the Servants Rooms and the one ton slate bed which was originally made for Queen Victoria.
about 31 Miles
Out of all of the Go Ape! courses the one in Cheshire is the most spread out and it takes staff ten minutes to patrol the site on bike - which gives a good indication of the size of this place.  If you're looking for an adventurous and memorable day out then Go Ape is highly recommended.  Trek through the treetops, swing between the trees and enjoy zip wire rides all as part of your experience.  This attraction opens every day from the end of March to end October and is open on weekends in November.  Go Ape Cheshire is closed every Tuesday except school holidays.
about 33 Miles
This is a very popular theme park with three different locations.  The theme park in Warrington contains not only the theme park but also Gullivers Splash Zone and Gullivers Star Studios.  The Solash Zone is a fully heated indoor water play factory fun for all ages which will appeal on rainy days.  Throughout the year there are seasonal events too such as the Halloween and Fireworks event taking place from 23rd to 31st October.  You can book online to save time and secure your tickets during busy periods.  Over 50% of the rides are actually under cover so you don't need to worry about the British weather spoiling the fun.
about 33 Miles
This attraction is really something special and has reached the finals of the "Best Family Day Out" category in the National Tourism Awards for Wales.  It's actually the only attraction in North Wales to be shortlisted for this prestigious award. Located in the Snowdonia region there are many rides and activities including Jungle Boat Adventure, Den Building, Green Dragon Roller Caoster, Treetop Towers and the BareFoot Trail.  Kids of all ages will love it here and we think it's excellent value as well.
about 34 Miles

An adventure boat company in the heart of Wales. Whether it's adrenaline fueled fun, or a relaxing river tour, you and your family will want to book up with Rib Ride. Ride a 'RIB' boat on the Menai Strait or take a Bear Grylls adventure boat tour. Very highly reviewed on Trip Advisor. Tours for bridges and swells, puffin and seals, castle and islands and more.