Trwyn yr Wylfa Camping site meaning Watching point when translated, is exactly what the name suggests! Since taking over the site in 2017 the site has been featured in the Guardian’s top 20 coastal sites and nominated for campsite of the year in The Great Outdoors magazine 2018.
Trwyn yr Wylfa is set on a beautiful farm surrounded with glorious sea view and mountains it is truly a stunning place.
Relax and watch the sailing boats along the sea or turn around and face the fabulous Welsh mountains with the sheep and the carneddau ponies roaming along the mountains.
Fantastic walks direct from site on to the North Wales coastline.
The site offers caravan, camping and glamping holidays.
The toilet block have hot water and showers- and has separate ladies, gents toilets, as well as 2 family and accessible shower rooms.
There is also a dish washing area, chemical disposal point, a recycling collection area and a large playing field for ball games.
Trwyn yr Wylfa is a great location for exploring North Wales and only 2 miles from the famous walled town of Conwy.
Set between the outskirts of the beautiful village of Dwygyfylchi and the quarry village of Penmaenmawr both villages have pubs, shops, restaurants and take away’s, all within within walking distance of the site.
Enjoy a walk to the beach and cycle routes from site and it’s a paradise for walkers, as you can walk directly along from site along the North Wales coastal path.