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|Beaumaris, Isle of Anglesey, Wales, United Kingdom, LL58 8RA|
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Open from Jan to Dec
£1.00 from 6pm-6am and £3.00 from 6am-6pm
4m above sea level
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Great night ,quiet with a good view over the water , £1 Overnight after 6pm or £4 for the full day but be careful the full day finishes at 6pm so if you go in at 5.50 pm your ticket is only till 6.00 and your overnight is £1 from then toilets are a walk away and a good chippyView all reviews by bazthomas
Excellent place to stop, any size Motorhome or RV, some hard standing or plenty of grass. £4 all day or £1 from 6pm all night and pay at machine so not manned. Barrier on entrance & exit.View all reviews by fdhadi
Sign at entrance says no overnight camping for motorhomes but we stayed & there were around 6 others staying over with about 30 cars parked overnight. Plenty of space and only 100mtrs from the town of Beaumaris. No facilities but 5 mins walk to toilets in town. Plenty of eating places.
parked here for the afternoon but the guy at the ticket office was adamant ,, no overnight parking for campers , would have loved to stay but didn't want to risk it so headed inland to a camp site instead .spent out cash elsewhere.View all reviews by iansmith51
Lovely and peaceful, a few others overnighting.View all reviews by angelapeter
Watch out for the 'dogwalkers' one we watched opened his car door, let his dog out and it fouled onl the grass and fetch it it back in and drove away.
Stayed here 3/4 lovely views, paid £4 arrived 7pm ish, did say no sleeping overnight but 3 over Motorhomes were parked up so decided to risk it. Parked up near sea wall near blocked up building very windy. Very busy with cars parked up the next morning but loads of spaces. Definitely would stay again perfect location for lookinvvround town & castle.View all reviews by bmwbrat1
Had a quiet night in the car park only a couple of other motorhomes for company.View all reviews by didleyhulz
Parked up at far end of car park near sea wall and castle behind - price back down to £1 overnight and £5 for the day.
Fantastic, We stayed there mid week Tue/Wed Night after looking on Searchforsites. The over night charge has gone up to £2.00, but still £4.00 for the the day. we paid for our tickets at the machine so never saw anyone.View all reviews by d20wns
we were near the Castle and the town, not a lot going on but we were mid week. It was nice to stroll into the town and window shop, plenty of pubs, shops and eating places.
Lovely views of the mainland.
The only drawback was there was quite a lot of dog mess
Go again, you bet. 5*
Lovely pitch for the night, it does say no sleeping in vehicles! But we weren't moved on! Lovely town for a wander!View all reviews by cadgeburgess17
After noticing a few MH's & Camper Vans on the parking areas, we decided to join them after 6pm. There isn't an Attendant after 6pm you just pay via the machine. The £1.00 cost lasts until 6am the next day and if you wish to stay on you can pay the all day charge of £3.00. There is a barrier on entering and leaving (no height restriction). A choice of hardstanding alongside the walkway to the waters edge or grass in the centre. Although, it does state no sleeping overnight we did for 2 nights at weekend with others. No noise if you park at the far lefthand side near the sea and away from the road. Toilets about a 3 minute walk open from 6am all day and closed at night (20p charge) by the side of the castle. Plenty of bars, restaurants, shops and many are dog friendly. We didn't see any canopy's or awning or bbq's so best be discreet. Boat trips to Puffin Island and also fishing trips from the Pier. There was rowing races, classic cars, artisan market and antique fair whilst we were there. A leisure centre near the castle if you fancy a swim... A nice place to stopover for a couple of nights or just passing through...View all reviews by poggs