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Ffrith Beach Touring Caravan Park

Victoria Road West, Prestatyn LL19 7AP Wales
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#3 of 9 Speciality lodging in Prestatyn
Ffrith Beach Touring Park offers both hard standing pitches and grass pitches, suitable for touring caravans, motor homes, camper vans. Onsite the park has the fabulous beach, a state-of-the-art ten pin bowling alley, bar showing SKY Sports & BT Sports, arena function room, outdoor beer garden. Set in 25 acres of beautiful North Wales coastline with direct access to a lovely sandy beach, promenade, cycle paths and sand dunes, Ffrith Park is in a fantastic location offering an amazing array of onsite facilities. Fully serviced pitches Hard standings & grass pitches Water hook-up points for tourers Motorhome service point (coming soon) Family friendly Dogs allowed Disabled facilities Chemical disposal
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gizmo17 wrote a review Aug 2020
Widnes, United Kingdom104 contributions50 helpful votes
We were not informed in advance of the toilet block/shower and dish washing facilities being closed (booked well in advance). I found this out for myself, yet by the time I did find out, everywhere else was fully booked so we were stuck. Check in was a shambles, caravan check ins mixed in with bowling bookings and people just wanting to pop in the bar for a drink. It really just felt like we have slept on a car park for the last few nights. Loads of kids flying round on bikes where people are towing their caravans and driving their motorhomes, so dangerous! Feels like a work in progress this site. £81 for three nights of basically sleeping in a car park and no facilities. We won't return to this site which is a real shame. There were two wardens, could they not help with keeping the site facilities covid safe? Came home feeling extremely unhappy
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Date of stay: August 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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oasis1609 wrote a review Mar 2020
Stoke on Trent21 contributions26 helpful votes
Imagine being a family that have been visiting the site regularly for years, even taking biscuits and a card to the staff at christmas (a 60 mile around trip to do so), spending time money and effort putting on an easter hunt for all the children on the site at easter ... only to be told your blacklisted as you didn't realise you needed to pay £4 for your 83 year old grandparents to pop to the site for the morning to watch said easter hunt, Trying to explain to a 7 and 4 year old they cant meet up with their friends this year or visit their "ffrith beach" because the MANAGERS AND OWNERS will not respond to phone calls emails or posted letters .... so thanks for the lovely times ffrith but no thanks for the pure rudeness and hurtful actions or your "team" Disgusting behaviour on your part.
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Date of stay: March 2020
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AJBLancs187069 wrote a review Oct 2019
Manchester, United Kingdom28 contributions14 helpful votes
Spent 2 nights here this week. On-line booking simple to use and you can choose your pitch (grass v hard standing: 10 v 16 amp). Two shower blocks now as they opened a new one in the main building and both are beautifully done with stylish tiled walls. We use the one in the main building and there were 5/6 large wet rooms, separate ‘laundry’ room and a dozen or so toilet cubicles in the Ladies. Believe there were only 2 cubicles in the gents which seems too few for the size of the site. We didn’t use the club facilities as it’s not our ‘thing’ but had a look round and they seemed fine. There’s a bit of work going on in the land at the back so the owners are obviously working on improvements and the back of the buildings need a bit of tlc but it must be a long, and expensive job. The highlight of the site is it’s location with a private (coded) gate on to the dunes at the back and the beach which is fantastic. If the tide is on you can still walk on the cycle path or through the meadow behind the dunes. Can imagine it’s a bit busy in school holidays but it’s a great site.
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Date of stay: October 2019
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Barry I wrote a review Oct 2019
Mossley, United Kingdom60 contributions16 helpful votes
This touring site is idealy situated for both the Beach and the center of Prestsatyn. the site has direct access to the beach through a gate with level walking. The town center is a short walk away. There is a club on site with food outlet, a bowling alley and bar. The site has a new toilet block very new upto date and free showers.
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Date of stay: October 2019
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June W wrote a review Sep 2019
Manchester, United Kingdom207 contributions101 helpful votes
Not stopping there looking for somewhere to park to go on Dog friendly Ffrith beach. Young man on the entry bar allowed us to park informing us either £3 to park or use a facility. Having had a very blowy walk we came back to be welcomed into the bar / cafe/ games area where we had hot cappuccino,’s our dog was equally welcomed. Sat for a while chatted to some of the staff all very friendly & busy cleaning up 🧹 as people came and went
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Date of stay: September 2019
Room Tip: Didn’t stay. No rooms it’s a touring van park
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United KingdomWalesNorth WalesDenbighshirePrestatyn
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Frequently Asked Questions about Ffrith Beach Touring Caravan Park
Which popular attractions are close to Ffrith Beach Touring Caravan Park?
Nearby attractions include Dyserth Waterfall (2.2 miles), Rhuddlan Castle (3.2 miles), and Prestatyn High Street (1.4 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Ffrith Beach Touring Caravan Park?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include a lounge, free parking, and bowling lanes.
What food & drink options are available at Ffrith Beach Touring Caravan Park?
Guests can enjoy a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Ffrith Beach Touring Caravan Park?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Ffrith Beach Touring Caravan Park?
Conveniently located restaurants include Crofters Pantry, Bistro Restaurant, and Sandbank Bakery.
Is Ffrith Beach Touring Caravan Park located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.9 miles away from the centre of Prestatyn.
Are pets allowed at Ffrith Beach Touring Caravan Park?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Are there any historical sites close to Ffrith Beach Touring Caravan Park?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Gwrych Castle (7.9 miles), Basingwerk Abbey (9.8 miles), and Mostyn Hall (9.3 miles).
Is Ffrith Beach Touring Caravan Park accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.