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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Yes. It’s my birthday today. No, it’s not a big one that’s divisible by 5. Just another day.
Or so I thought.
But Alan and Marion had made secret plans for later in the day. I had no idea what was happening--other than a friendly Happy Birthday song--as we began our day with breakfast in Llandudno, in northern Wales.
Our first stop was just a short drive away in the town of Conwy.
... Cottage we make a quick supply stop and the small cafe and we are on our way. Initially following the well trodden path to Cwm Idwal we soon make a left turn tracking over rivers and up steep slopes until we reach Bwlch Tryfan. The craggy peak of Tryfan looms above and below us the true scale of nature unfolds. The deep blue of Llyn Bochlwyd in the forground extends into the deep greens of the valley floor and purples of the heather and grey of the stone ...
Saturday morning, I'm up early and longing to walk along the beach. The town is quiet, not even the fishermen are up yet and the estuary is calm at high tide. The teenagers have long gone from the jetty where last night they waited their turn to leap into the cold seawater below and for now the lobster pots are ...