Hafan Y Môr
You're here. You've arrived, and our team are eagerly waiting to help make your check in a breeze. We hope we can help your holiday planning by providing all the info you may need below, but if there's anything not mentioned please get in touch. When you rock up at the park you will also get a super-handy welcome guide plus we have the 'Haven What's On' app available in App Store and Google Play perfect for organising your visit and to use during your stay.
How to find us
From the North & North West: At Chester, pick up the A55 and A5. Join A487 to Caernarfon, then A499 to Pwllheli. Then A497 to Porthmadog. The park is on the right, approximately 3 miles out of Pwllheli.
From the Midlands & the South: Take the M54 to Telford, A5 past Oswestry and Llangollen. Take A494 to Bala. In Bala turn right for Porthmadog. Turn left at the roundabout in Porthmadog, signposted Criccieth and Pwllheli. The park is on the left, 3 miles out of Criccieth.
For your SAT NAV device, please use postcode: LL53 6HJ
The nearest train station is in Pwllheli about 4 miles from Hafan y Môr.
For more information about train times and fares you can call National Rail Enquiries on 03457 48 49 50 or visit their website below.
The nearest bus station is in Pwllheli about 4 miles from Hafan y Môr. There is also a bus stop at the entrance to the park on the route between Pwllheli and Porthmadog.
You can view National Express’ pick up and drop off points online or by telephone on 0871 781 8181. We recommend that you check drop off points before booking.
Welcome to Hafan y Môr
Park information and frequently asked questions
|Platinum with Decking||1pm||10am|
|Comfort with Veranda||2pm||10am|
Late arrivals: Keys can be collected from security when the reception is closed.
Park facilities and hours
|Indoor pool||9.30am-12.45 and 2-5.45pm||Times may vary throughout the season.|
|Burger King||11am - late||Times may vary throughout the season.|
|Cook's Fish and Chips||Mon-Thurs 4pm - late Fri-Sun 12 noon - late||Times may vary throughout the season.|
|Mash and Barrel||9am - 9pm for food; drinks from the bar until late||Times may vary throughout the season.|
|Papa John's Pizza||Mon-Fri 5pm - late; Sat and Sun 12 noon - late 9am - 6pm||Times may vary throughout the season.|
|Starbucks Coffeehouse||9am-6pm||Times may vary throughout the season.|
Local facilities and services
|Chemist||Rowlands Pharmacy||01758 701765|
|Doctor||Treflan Surgery||01758 701457|
|Doctor||Out-of-hours doctor||0300 123 5566|
|Hospital||Bryn Beryl||01758 701122|
|Hospital||Ysbyty Alltwen (A&E)||01766 510010|
|Hospital||Ysbyty Gwynedd||01248 384384|
|Local bus||Traveline Cymru||0800 464 0000|
|Taxi||John Strain||07795 524704|
|Taxi||999 Taxi||01758 740999|
|Train station||National Rail Enquiries||03457 484950|
|Vet||Milfeddygon Deufor||01766 810277|
|Wheelchair hire||Byw Bywyd (Living Life)||01286 830101|
Frequently asked questions
Where can I park?
What size is the park?
Is there a cash machine?
Is there Sky TV?
Can I take my dog?
Can we bring a BBQ?
Is the park wheelchair friendly?
Is the park suitable for buggies/pushchairs?
Can I get on to the beach from the park?
Can I hire baby/toddler equipment?
What do I need to bring with me?
Are utilities included?
Haven Holiday Protection
Guests with adaptive and mobility needs
Our adaptive and special needs advisors will be happy to help you find the most suitable parks and accommodation for your requirements. They can advise on:
- Suitability of grade and manufacturer
- Access in the bedroom
- Access to the toilet/shower facilities
- Access to venues on the park
- Park layout, such as terrain, car parking etc.
- Supplying a local tourist board telephone number for disabled access in the local area
Please call one of our advisors at our contact centre on: 0333 202 5256
(Calls to 0333 numbers are charged at standard UK rates and will be included in any inclusive minute bundles).
Haven of the future
Frequently asked questions
New developments frequently asked questions
It says there is a new kart hire, but there is already a kart hire – why is it new?
It's the same kart hire but has now moved location to be included within the Dragon Lakes complex. It will open again in April 2019.
It says there is a new junior segways and segways, but this is already an activity – why is it new?
The activity itself has now moved and will be run from the new Activity and Leisure Hub in Dragon Lakes. It will open again in April 2019.
It says there’s a new Oodles family amusements centre. Is the current FunWorks affected?
No, FunWorks will still be open on the north side of the park.
It says there is a new indoor soft play area, but there is already a soft play area – why is it new?
No, indoor soft play still be open on the north side of the park.
Can you explain what Coast House is, and how the Cakery and Pizza Deck eateries are related?
The Coast House is similar to a food court in that it's a venue where there are several eating options. Inside Coast House, you have the Coast House bar and grill, the Cakery, and The Pizza Deck – you'll also find the indoor soft play area and Oodles family amusements centre. This will open in April 2019.
What is the fire pit?
The fire pit is an outside seating area, located next to the lake.
Are the boats on the lake dragon shaped?
Yes, the pedalos are similar to the swans we have at Craig Tara. And we also have six electric boats; four are replica RNLI lifeboat, and two are replica fishing boats and you can either float around the lake at your own pace, or play a game and follow the clues on a boat scavenger hunt.
What facilities are available on park and when?
While we finish the Coast House bar and grill, we won't have a restaurant "knife and fork" offering. We will, however, have plenty of other snacking and eating options, including our Starbucks Coffee House, Burger King, Papa John's Pizza, and Cooks Fish and Chips takeaways.
Although Dragon Lakes Adventure Village won't be open until 8 April, most of our leisure activities will be open as usual, including the sensational Splashaway Bay swimming pool, Adventure Golf, Archery, Nature Rockz activities, Junior Segways, Pic 'n' Paint Studio and Sand Art.
What provisions do we make for people with disabilities in the new developments?
Coast House - There is one designated disabled parking bay at the front of the entrance, with ample additional car parking. The entrance to the Coast House bar and grill, Pizza Deck and Cakery is through the main car park entrance, which has level access. The outer set of double doors to each venue are automated, the inner set of doors are manual, and this is compliant with the building regulations. Guests will be welcomed at the host point and staff will note if guests are in need of assistance. It is possible to move throughout the entire restaurant area without the need to negotiate any steps.
The Coast House bar and grill and Pizza Deck offer full table service. There is internal ramped and stepped access available to the bar and HMS Glendower from the restaurant, and there is an external ramp which provides access to the bar area from the lake side. All changes in level have been designed in accordance with current legislation.
The Coast House bar and grill, Pizza Deck and HMS Glendower pub each have provision for larger, lowered wheelchair accessible dining tables. There is also a mix of lounge, dining, and poseur height seating throughout the building to accommodate the customer's varying needs.
Both the male and female toilet blocks are on the ground floor and have a level access and approach. Inside, they both have a lowered vanity counter for children, and a disabled cubicle in each facility.
There will be six portable induction loops.
Just for owners
Ownership frequently asked questions
Frequently asked questions
Why should I choose Haven?
All our award-winning holiday parks are on or near the coast and packed with our special brand of activities and entertainment. We're part of Bourne Leisure Limited, one of the UK's leading holiday home ownership companies. So this means we're always investing more into our parks to give you a great time, all the time.
Can my friends and family visit me?
Absolutely! As an owner, you'll receive 10 Privilege Cards. So you can give your favourite people full access to all the facilities. And as we always say, 'the more, the merrier,' so if you need any extra cards, you can buy more from our Owner Services team.
Can I choose where my holiday home is within the park?
Of course you can. Choose your 'plot of gold' from the list of available pitch locations to secure the perfect place for your coastal home from home.
Do I own the land?
You'll be the proud owner of a holiday home, but not the land itself. Your annual fees cover your right to occupy a pitch, as long as you stick to the park rules.
What do site fees cover?
Site fees cover all of the important things that keep your dream park ship-shape. This includes on-site security, park maintenance, landscaping, rubbish collection, mowing the lawns, full use of park facilities and activities. They also cover help from our wonderful park teams.
Any other running costs I should know about?
When you're planning to buy a holiday home, you should allow for extra costs like non-domestic rates, water, gas, electricity, safety tests, insurance and alarm maintenance, on top of the site fees. Also, keep in mind extras you might fancy, like preparing your holiday home for winter.
Do I have to change my holiday home every 5 or 10 years?
You should be able to enjoy your holiday home for as long as you like, you just need to take good care of it and make sure it's safe and well maintained. The initial licence period for the occupation of a pitch on the park is 12 years.
Can I feel secure that the park is safe?
We have on-park security 24 hours a day. The security team regularly patrol the park and keep an eye out for any wandering youngsters, making sure they don't venture off without a parent. They will also refuse entry to anyone without a valid pass. Plus, we offer a Park Security Alarm system to protect your holiday home for an additional fee.
Who do I ask if I've got a question or problem?
Our Owner Services team are always on hand to help answer any questions you may have, big or small.
Can we bring our dog?
We love dogs. Get in touch with us for a list of the breeds we allow. And a heads-up: if you have a furry guest in your holiday home, it'll affect the letting grade if you decide to let with us.
What happens if I want to leave the park?
We understand circumstances can change. There are three options when selling your holiday home. Firstly, the park reserves the right of first refusal at the offer price. If you decide not to go with our offer, you can either sell to a private third party, or to a caravan trader. Alternatively, you can gift your holiday home to a proven family member.
Is buying a holiday home a good investment?
Buying a holiday home is really a lifestyle choice. By letting with us, you can help to offset the cost of ownership. However, because resale values will reduce over time, buying a holiday home should not be seen as an investment for the purposes of yielding an income.
Do I need a deposit?
Yes – a minimum of either £3,000 or 15% of the value of the holiday home, whichever is greater.
Is finance available?
That's a definite yes. We're here to help in any way we can – that includes a range of payment options (which are subject to status).
Holiday Home Letting Service
Is there a way to help cover the running costs of my holiday home?
Our Holiday Home Letting Service means you can earn an income for the dates you let, along with lots of extra benefits like inventory replacement, and free carpet and upholstery cleaning. Alternatively, you can let privately.
Pitch, park and relax
Touring and camping frequently asked questions
Frequently asked questions
Is there parking?
What is the park terrain like?
How far is the touring area from the park facilities?
What do the pitches accept?
Can I sleep under my awning?
Are pup tents accepted?
✝The Stables and Golf Village until 14 January each year.