Greenacres Holiday Park
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGreenacres Holiday Park Morfa Bychan
We booked this site through the Motor Caravanners Club and to be honest its not our usual type of pitch. We tend to stay on smaller sites and the thought of a bar, chip shop and entertainment on site was not very appealing. However the price we paid swayed us. How wrong can you be? The touring pitches are a little tired and need some work to bring them up to standard and they are a little close together. The toilet blocks are porta cabins but are clean and we'll maintained with plenty of hot water. Walk through the park and over the dunes and this park makes sense with one of the nicest beaches we have ever been to. You can walk for miles along the coastal foot path.
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Travel Blogs from Morfa Bychan
... area, a "bedroom" just big enough to fit a two person bed in and a toilet. A urine-separating toilet. Yes, the campsite was very eco-friendly!
The cabin was super cosy for couples, but throw a tree year old in the mix and it suddenly becomes a lot smaller. Good thing she's such a sweet girl.
In the end, we all fitted inside the little cabin and after a good homecooked meal we all went to bed.
Ready for the next adventure!
... a conversation in Welsh and speak English as well. Very unusual. The people and the countryside here are wonderful. The landscape is lovely forested mountains with stone walled cottages and villages scattered along the way, and the rugged Atlantic coast appearing at times.
... town and stopping at the first pub we found, we ordered soup, tea and cider (for me). It was cheap which is just as well as I am sure the tomato " soup of the day" was straight out of a Campbell's can! We walked for about 1.3 hours along the River Usk Canal. Not a lot of information but we gathered that the canal was originally used to haul coal from the mines. We saw several canal boats which can be rented for multi-day cruising. ...
... only 30 men were needed to defend the castle because of its superior construction. It took 3000 workers to construct it over a number of years and in fact it was never completely finished.
Christine decided we should take the scenic way home and once again we drove where no man has driven before. I'm sure our "road" was actually a bike path at one point. Nonetheless we made it back to the manor in time for a glass of wine before ...
... old hippie". He was about 70 with long grey hair, a wispy grey beard and granny glasses who made and sold honey and mead. Very entertaining. He gave her some honey for her cold and we bought some mead. We drove on, across the bridge, to the Isle of Anglesey and our "old mansion" du jour. As usual it is off the beaten track, with lovely grounds and modernized rooms. Very Downton Abbey-ish. We explored a bit then went for a ...