Parc Pen y Bryn

Peace, quiet and woodland explores await at Parc Pen Y Bryn, a laidback, small-scale holiday park on the edge of Clocaenog forest. Some of north Wales’ finest spots – like Llyn Brenig, Betws-y-Coed and Snowdonia National Park – are within easy reach of this niftily-located site.
There’s hardly a house to be seen at this secluded spot, where you can admire valley views and, in the distance, watch wind turbines turning slowly in the breeze. Well-placed outdoor furniture is on hand for those looking to sit in the open air and take it all in (perhaps, as per the site’s pics, with a glass of vino).
Parc Pen Y Bryn’s top-notch hardstanding pitches make it simple for those travelling with tourers to roll up and relax. (The managers are also keen to point out that pesky narrow lanes won’t get between you and your hols at this easily accessible site.) As well as that, the small number of pitches means there’ll be ample room to roam at this spacious site, including for kids and dogs.
The modern facilities aren’t half bad either: the well-kept toilet and shower block can accommodate peeps who haven’t brought their own, and there’s a compact communal kitchen where you can prep packed lunches in the run-up to your next big explore. Those partial to cooking over coals can also set up a barbecue.
Clawddnewydd, with its shop and community-run pub, is a 10-minute drive away (the site managers particularly recommend swinging by for Sunday lunch). The bigger town of Corwen on the river Dee is also close by (20 minutes)

Parc Pen y Bryn
Parc Pen y Bryn

Parc Pen y Bryn
Llanfihangel GM
Sat nav postcode LL219PP

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