Garreg Wen Caravan Park is for owners only – that means it has its own warm personality. Almost all the park's pitches are on their own, which means you can find all the peace and quiet you could possibly want. And it's nestled into the stunning scenery of Snowdonia, so you're surrounded by distinctive, unspoilt beauty on every side. If you fancy packing a bit more action into your day, it's a short drive to our sister park Greenacres. You and the kids or grandkids can use all their fab facilities, like indoor and outdoor pools, coaching in archery, fencing and football, or crazy golf. Or sit back and take in the all-day entertainment. Plus, you can even use their owners-only facilities too.
Everything you could need
All our facilities at Garreg Wen in Wales are just for holiday home owners, so it feels really exclusive here. Catch up with friends in the lounge, have a picnic at the lake - you can relax in peace. Or you might choose to wander over to our sister park, Greenacres, and use the facilities there.
Garreg Wen is an owners-only park; our owners get exclusive access to the facilities here and at sister park, Greenacres, to use as well.
Owners' reception with free tea and coffee-making facilities.
Plenty to do
Our park is a peaceful and relaxing park but if you'd like to experience a fun entertainment programme you can pop up the road to our sister park, Greenacres.
While the entertainment is limited at our park, we have the benefit of being able to use Greenacres entertainment facilities, just a short distance away.
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*Height and age restrictions may apply to some activities and facilities, some may also incur a moderate charge. Children under 8 must be accompanied by an adult when using the pool. During busy periods entry to the pool may be restricted for your safety. For more information, including facility opening times, please see our useful information page.
Garreg Wen Holiday Park is rated 4.8 out of 5 based on 6 Google reviews. See all reviews. Information is correct at the time of publishing.