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The Best Motorhome Campsites in Wales

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Wales is a corner of the UK that often goes overlooked by holidaymakers, yet this wonderful part of the country is home to a host of glorious countryside, sandy beaches and historic towns. Wales is best known for the popular BBC comedy Gavin and Stacey, so it will come as no surprise that the country is filled with fun things to do. If you’re in the midst of planning your next staycation, Wales is definitely one to add to your list.

Wales is the perfect location to take the whole family. The country is home to a number of excellent motorhome sites, which include all of the entertainment and conveniences that you may need for a week away with the kids. Motorhome campsites are also perfect for couples looking to take their new motorhome for a spin whilst enjoying a romantic getaway in the picturesque valleys. Here, we will guide you through the best motorhome campsites in Wales to inspire your next adventure.

Three Cliffs Bay

Three Cliffs Bay Beach

If you are travelling to Wales to take in the views, Three Cliffs Bay is the perfect campsite for you. This motorhome campsite is part of a 5-star holiday park that overlooks the infamous three cliffs. You will be met with stunning views of golden sands, rolling hills and the blue sea. This is the perfect location to wake up early and go for a hike or perhaps try your hand at some water sports.

What facilities are situated at the site?

The site offers newly refurbished amenities for visitors including top of the range showers, toilets, restaurants and entertainment facilities. The site also offers dog showering points for your furry friends and motorhome servicing facilities to keep you going on the road. The pitches have extraordinary sea views and can be pre-booked so that families can camp together.

Local activities

Three Cliffs Bay is situated west of Cardiff in an area known as the Gower Peninsula. The area was awarded an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in the ’50s and remains just as stunning today. There are plenty of fun things to do near Three Cliffs Bay; you could take day trips to Mumbles or Rhossili- both are beautiful areas for you and the family to enjoy. You could also try your hand at water sports- surfing is incredibly popular in Gower with the world-famous Llangennith surfing beach just 15 minutes away.

Shell Island

Shell Island Wales

Moving away from the coast, Shell Island is a stunning retreat located in the Snowdonia National Park. It is this exquisite location that makes it one of the best motorhome campsites in Wales, especially for those who like to hike! The campsite boasts an impressive 300 acres of land upon which to set up your pitch and you will be surrounded by the very best views that Wales has to offer.

What facilities are situated at the site?

Shell Island motorhome campsite offers shops and a snack bar so that you can buy everything that you need to stay comfortable on your stay. You will also find a restaurant that serves delicious, locally sourced food and a tavern bar for those after-hike drinks.

Local activities

The campsite is located in Snowdonia, not far from Mount Snowdon. Given its rocky location, there is plenty of adrenaline-fueled activities to do near the campsite. You could try your hand at climbing, caving or perhaps abseiling. If you don’t fancy something so action-packed, you could catch the train up Mount Snowdon and take in the glorious views.


Point Farm Campsite

Point Farm Campsite

If you have ever been lucky enough to visit the Pembrokeshire coast, you will know what we mean when we say that it’s beautiful. For those who haven’t yet visited this glorious part of Wales, you need to get down to Point Farm Campsite which is situated in this stunning county, just a stone’s throw away from one of the UK’s most spectacular stretches of coastline.

Point Farm Campsite is a new campsite but the farm itself dates back to the 18th century, meaning that there is much to explore at this historic place. Point Farm offers panoramic views that are simply stunning. From one window, you will see the wonderful blue sea and from another, you may find yourself gazing up into the Preseli Mountains. This part of Wales features every type of landscape that you could ask for so is perfect for anyone who loves to explore.

What facilities are situated at the site?

Point Farm Campsite offers two types of pitches: three all-weather pitches that have a gravel base for campervans (these pitches have electric hookups and car parking spaces), and a grassy based pitch that is left for campers using tents.

You will find a pub just 400 metres from the campsite and high-quality washing and laundry facilities available on site. Each pitch also comes with its own fire pit for roasting marshmallows under the stars. To buy food or have a meal out, you will need to head down to the local village, Dale Village, which is the thriving hub in this local area. In Dale Village, you will find a host of pubs, corner shops, cafes and other essential amenities.

Local activities

The Pembrokeshire coastal path offers a number of breathtaking walks to the local beaches and cliffs, which make for a great day of hiking. Staying along this part of the coast also presents you with plenty of opportunities to have a go at sailing, windsurfing or stand up paddleboarding. Watersports are a popular option with tourists and are fun for the whole family. If you fancy a more relaxed day out, you could take the ferry to Skomer Island and visit the marine nature reserve.

Wales is the perfect place to set up camp in your motorhome and explore the natural beauty that the UK has to offer. There are many wonderful campsites available to choose from, whether you are hoping for days at the beach or to explore the mountains. To make your holiday even better, why not look into upgrading your motorhome? We have a fantastic range of motorhomes that could become your next home away from home. Browse through our full range today or get in contact with our team to find out more about purchasing your next motorhome.

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