WELCOME TO CARMEL PARK

A LITTLE BIT ABOUT US

Carmel Park is a small, select, and family run park situated in 8 acres of idyllic countryside high above the picturesque villages of Dyserth and Meliden. The Park boasts uninterrupted views of both the Snowdonia Mountain range and the Irish Sea.

MORE THAN JUST A CARAVAN PARK

Carmel Park offers beautiful scenery in an idyllic location. Just 10 minutes from junction 31 on the A55, the park is ideally situated to offer both the peacefulness of the countryside and the convenience of the nearby towns and villages such as Rhuddlan, Dyserth, St Asaph, and Meliden, where you will find a range of shops and eateries. The historic city Chester is also close by.

Carmel Park is adjacent to the historic National Trail that runs alongside the 8th Century Offa’s Dyke

Dyserth’s 70 foot waterfall is fewer than 10 minutes from Carmel Park, boasting a range of shops and restaurants nearby

Built in 1277 Rhuddlan Castle remains one of the best preserved castles in Wales and is only a short distance from Carmel Park

Open to the public as a Grade II Listed Building and historic house museum, Bodelwyddan Castle & Park is just a 10 minute drive from Carmel Park

Chester Zoo is situated on the outskirts of the historic Roman city of Chester and is only a 30 minute drive from Carmel Park

OUR AWARDS INCLUDE

Our staff have been recognised for their dedication to customer service in the World Host training programme. We are also members of the British Holiday and Home Parks Association

Our front of house staff are trained in “WorldHost: The Principles of Customer Service”
The British Holiday & Home Parks Association is the only organisation established exclusively to serve and represent the interests of the parks industry in the UK.

WHAT THE PEOPLE THAT MATTER THINK

“Friendly staff, couldn’t do enough for you and nothing too much trouble. Very clean facilities. At the foot of Harlech castle, spectacular at night!”

PETE SMITH

YORKSHIRE
“Peaceful site, the owner was very friendly and most helpful. The waterfall on the park is amazing and the scenery in Snowdonia is fantastic.”

RUTH HOPKINS

WREXHAM
“ A little gem, we will certainly be back!”

PHIL JONES

LONDON
Directions

FROM BARMOUTH
Travel along A496 to Harlech. Do not enter Town Centre.

Follow signs for A496 downhill past Royal St.David's Golf Course on left. Fork right at Level Crossing following signposts for Woodlands the Park is on the right after 200 yards.

FROM TALSARNAU
Travel along A496 towards Harlech for approximately 1mile from Talsarnau, turn right at signpost (A496) for Harlech and Barmouth. This avoids Harlech Town Centre.

At Harlech Level Crossing at foot of Castle turn sharp left back on yourself following the signposts for Woodlands. The Park is on the right after 200 yards.

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