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Fontygary Leisure Park
|Rhoose, Vale of Glamorgan, Wales, United Kingdom, CF62 3ZT|
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Open from Mar to Nov
|Fontygary Leisure Park is a family run Caravan Park located on the Vale of Glamorgan Heritage Coastline, offering fantastic panoramic sea views overlooking Fontygary Bay|
22m above sea level
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Only stayed for a nite and in this respect its OK at £20.00. Some noise from road and train but bearable lots of little kids running around but it is a holiday park lots of places to eat on site we had a bar meal and couple of pints for under £20.00.there's an Indian chippie also. You pay extra to use pool gym and bowling alley. Toilets showers OK but in need of a clean water and electric on picth which is good had a few noise issues with music and other site users great sea view. Very dog friendly they were allowed in outside area and good access to beach however no sand staff very friendly.View all reviews by clogie65
The site is lovely and clean and toilet block is nice albeit a bit limited on the amount of toilets and shower in the touring park. Think there are more in other areas of the park. The pitches are quite sloped so ramps definately necessary and they are quite small so feel a bit enclosed. Views are great over the Bristol Channel and there is a terraced which i imagine when the sun is out would be a fantastic view. Overall happy with the site but imagine extremely busy in sumner monthsView all reviews by atomic82
Overpriced pitch, with neighbours, literally feet away from your pitch. Large dogs running about, barking incessantly. One Male urinal was broken for 3 days, advised the receptionist, who displayed a could,not care less attitude and when I left, it was still broken. Overpriced at £28\night for Moho, 2 adults and 2 children. The price of entry to the pool is not included in the £28, you can expect to pay an additional £11\visit. The system of exiting the site with 2 vehicles beggars belief -View all reviews by caergeiliog
Beautiful little site.View all reviews by lee2pez1
Views from bar a breathtaking.
Touring field has slight slope but nothing to drastic.
Try and get low numbered pitch. Anything 40 to 60 is by train line.
Toilets and showers are clean.
Bus stop and shop 100 yards away.
Beer average price.
No sandy beach here but you can still get to the sea.
Lovely site plenty to do and stunning viewsView all reviews by sianhier
Stayed here for a weekend of the may bank holiday. Plenty of facilities on site a little busy at the time but to be expected as the weather was exceptional for the time of year. The onsite Indian restaurant was superb with friendly staff. Close to the beach but a steep path down. Fish and chip shop and pubs nearby. Pool however was a little too murkey for my liking and the cleaners had difficulty keeping up with the number of visitors.View all reviews by legin