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Plas Coch Coastal & Country Retreat

Llanfairpwll, Isle of Anglesey

Plas Coch Coastal & Country Retreat

Llanfairpwll, Isle of Anglesey
Lodges owned Lodges owned
Holiday caravan (owned)
Pets allowed Pets allowed
Hot tubs Hot tubs
Swimming pool (indoor) Swimming pool (indoor)
Bar Bar
Restaurant Restaurant
Entertainment Entertainment
Childrens play area Childrens play area
Family park Family park
Sauna Sauna
Laundry room Laundry room
Concierge services
Wheelchair access Wheelchair access
Parking Parking
Designated Parking Designated Parking
Visitor parking Visitor parking
CCTV CCTV
Warden on site Warden on site
Beach
Fishing
Golf
Boat launch
Proprietor
Park Leisure
Contact
Craig Reardon (Sales)
Address
Llanedwen
Llanfairpwll
Isle of Anglesey
LL61 6EJ
Season
12 months
These details were last updated on 12th September 2018

Awards & Memberships


BH & HPA Member

How to get there

Follow A55 expressway towards Bangor/Holyhead over Britannia Bridge and keep to left. Leave at J8A then merge into A5 (Llanfairpwllgwyngyll) continue forward. At staggered crossroads turn left A4080 Newborough continue forward 2.5 miles until a left turn (Moel Y Don). After 0.5 miles, Plas Coch Holiday Home Park will be on your right.

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