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Carrog Station Campsite
Small and friendly or farm style campsite
|Carrog, Denbighshire, Wales, United Kingdom, LL21 9BD|
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Open from Jan to Dec
|This quiet, level site; open all year, is just seven miles from Llangollen, and is adjacent to the restored Carrog Steam Railway Station and close to the beautiful River Dee. Our site has easy access and is suitable for large camper vans|
Dogs (first free, £1 each after)
132m above sea level
Unit types accepted
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Excellent value and FREE hot showers, basic but clean and hot! £14 non-electric pitch (£20 with electric) . Couple plus one 17 yr , no charge for pop-up tent :-) Quiet site friendly staff, pub very nearby. gently sloping main field with hardstanding where we camped.View all reviews by SteveJ
It is SO pleasant to find a good value non-grasping site where they don't charge extra for every little thing. I'll definitely plan to stop here is we are back this way againe
Came last year a few times and just had our first night for 2019 always does the job, nice flat field, River Dee one side Steam Railway the other, great views, 300yds to the Pub, £14 a night with no hook up ????????View all reviews by astleyramsey
Stayed one night to attend a wedding.View all reviews by karenjones
Flat hard standing in lovely place close to llangollen steam railway
Good facilities though a bit chilly
Well worth a visit
Nice flat campsite with good solid ground between Steam railway station & river. Good basic hot showers which are included in price of £14 per night mid August camper van & 2 adults + 1 dog (free). Free range eggs for sale in barn along with local tourist information leaflets. Few electric points available at extra cost. The Grouse Inn approximately 300 meters overlooking river is a nice local pub with good food. With drinks worked out approximately £15 per head.View all reviews by jilldunster
Nice site. £18 per night with EHU. Caught steam train to Llangollen, station next to site. Great pub nearby called the Grouse Inn. No shop nearby and even basics like bread and milk not available on site. Owner needs to think this through as with all the tents motorhomes and tourers there could be a nice little earner.View all reviews by martensite
Love it, yes the facility's are basic but it's enough and the view's / location make up for it,It's the joys of motorhomingView all reviews by stulett
Loved this site! Beautiful location, between River Dee and the Llangollen steam railway, right next to Carrog station. Steam trains don’t run until mid morning, so no sleep disruption other than sheep! Can take the train to Llangollen, but expensive. Buses run on main A5, just a few yards walk. Very easy access to all main attractions in N Wales (Llangollen or Snowdonia areas). Facilities are in a barn and we found to be very organised and adequate. Great if you love a rural / farm setting.View all reviews by fabfive
Friendly Campsite in need of upgrade if Open All Year. Toilets, Showers are both in a run down Barn which is Freezing!!!! Steam Train Station is very Close but expensive, £34 return for 30 min journey 2 adults/2 dogs.View all reviews by powgolf
A great peaceful site, a few electric hook up pitches that you need to book, if you dont need a hook up then you can just turn up.View all reviews by mintex
Very close to the railway station that runs steam and diesel trains so worth a look if that interests you.
River dee is close by as is a local pub. Corwen is your nearest place for shops at about 3-4 miles down the lane, We went there on our push bikes.
Site facilities are a bit basic but i dont mind that.
We went in the field across from the main office on a non electric pitch, i say pich but it was like shell island were you just pick a spot and setup which i liked.
Loved this campsite! Very quiet when we visited on a Sunday night in May. Shower/toilets may be inadequate if campsite full but no problem for us. Lovely location on banks of River Dee and langollen steam railway.View all reviews by frankieandrich
Loved that there was a pub with WiFi just over the bridge but didn't eat there so can't comment on that.
Been to this site twice now, beautiful countryside, peaceful, nice and relaxing and the owners were friendly and very helpfull.View all reviews by peterb
Carrog station, on the preserved Llangollen railway, is just a short walk away, so handy if there is a railway event on or just to take the train to Llangollen.
Just a short walk away is a footpath beside the River Dee, perfect for walking a dog, wellies recommended !
The facilitates are a little basic, but adequate for our needs.
On our first visit we went to The Grouse public house, we found the food to be sub-standard and my drink was served in a very dirty glass, table was grubby as were other tables in the dining area .We will not be going back there again !
We have visited this site on many occasions it's a great site in a stunning location with basic but clean facilities, the pitch sizes are a good size with plenty of room between each other, the site owner's are very helpful but be warned they DONT like music... the site is situated at the side of Carrog Steam Railway station and a few min's walk away from the River Dee. Access to the site is via a small country lane but shouldn't cause any issues. Overlooking the River Dee is a nice Public house with a Beer terrace with great views of the Campsite and surrounding area.View all reviews by daveangel
We stayed her last year at Easter,a very busy and popular site. The heritage railway is handy for a run in to Llangollen, we went in for lunch at the Corn Mill on the river.The village of Carrog near the site has a marked walking tour and the local pub the Grouse Inn. Food and drink may be enjoyed inside this very attractive, traditional public house or outside in the attractive Beer Garden- which is covered and heatedView all reviews by bigfoot
The Grouse Inn is open all day with bar food served between 12 noon and 10.00 pm! Sunday’s celebrated roast lunch is served between 12 noon and 3.00 pm